According to the Bank's document, this project aims to improve civil society organisations' (CSO) capacity to support reconstruction and resilience activities and contribute to service delivery. This will entail: (1) small grants for civil society organisations that will work with communities to generate project propsals to implement activities focused on reconstruction, resilience and service delivery; (2) support for the capacity building and technical assistance activities mainly for the civil society organisations' partners but also for the stakeholders involved in the project; and (3) support for activities related to project management and coordination.
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VNG International: Elger Vermeer, Senior Project Manager Elger.Vermeer@vng.nl
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