The project is a 30-month EU funded activity aiming to support the on-going government reforms and enhance capacity of consolidated communities in designing and implementing people-centred and sustainable local development projects. The project targets 52 consolidated communities.
The project also aims to strengthen cross-border cooperation between Armenian and Georgian communities, create a pool of more than 50 small and 7 middle-scale innovative community-driven investments to promote outdoor activities and local tourism development and to raise awareness on civic engagement and oversight, particularly via citizen budgets and outreach campaigns.
In addition to the mentioned small and medium-scale projects up to 3 large-scale projects will be awarded grants and implemented in Lori, Tavush and Shirak marzes. These demonstration projects aim to unlock the development potential in rural regions as well as promoting of rural tourism, outdoor activities and the creative industries.
Actions in Brief
Project aims to:
And as a result to achive:
Duration: 01/03/2018 – 30/08/2020 (30 months)
Total project budget: EUR 1,120,000.00
EU contribution: EUR 1,000,000.00
Location: 52 consolidated communities across the Republic of Armenia
Implementing Partners: Communities Association of Armenia (UCA), Communities Finance Officers Association (CFOA), Association of Local Democracy Agencies (ALDA)
 Aparan,Alagyaz,Aragatsavan,Tsakhkahovit,Urtsazdor,Chambarak,Vardenis, Geghamasar, Shoghakat, Byureghavan, Yeghvard, Charentsavan, Akunq, Meghradzor, Jrvezh, Alaverdi, Akhtala, Tumanyan, Stepanavan, Tashir, Gyulagarak, Lori Berd, Metsavan, Shnogh, Sarchapet, Odzun, Ani, Akhuryan, Amasia, Ahsotsk, Arpi , Marmashen, Sarapat, Ayrum, Berd, Dilijan, Noyemberyan, Koghb, Kapan, Goris, Meghri, Sisan, Qajaran, Gorayk, Tatev, Tegh, Jermuk, Vayq, Areni, Gladzor, Zaritap , Yeghegis