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Balkan Youth Partnership Programme Funding for Exchange Visits of
Youth NGO Members in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia,
Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania and Serbia
Balkan Youth Partnership Programme
What is the Balkan Youth Partnership Programme?
The Balkan Youth Partnership Programme is an exchange programme
run by the Balkan Children and Youth Foundation (BCYF). The
Programme provides opportunities for representatives from child-
and youth-serving NGOs in different Balkan countries to visit one
another in order to share information and technical expertise.
Areas of learning
The key programmatic areas for information exchange and learning
covered by the Partnership Programme are: employment, technology,
non-formal education, health, civic education and democracy
building. The areas of community service, culture and the
environment are also eligible. In addition, technical areas such
as fundraising, sustainability, grantmaking, monitoring and
evaluation, and project planning are eligible areas for exchange.
The Partnership Programme is open to applicants from child- and
youth-serving NGOs in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria,
Croatia, Kosovo, Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania and Serbia.
Applicants should be aged 18 or over. They should possess a
certain level of experience in programme development and be in a
position to influence programming in their own organisation based
on what they learn during the exchange. The applicant
organisation should send no more than two participants.
The Partnership Programme will provide successful applicants with
funding for the following up to a maximum of USD1500:
Travel between the countries
Travel within the countries
Purchase of relevant publications
This funding is available for maximum two persons per
organization. In addition, the Programme will fund the
administrative costs of the host organisation up to a maximum of
USD300, according to the length of the visit and the level of
Prior to applying, applicants should contact the organisation
with which they wish to work and ensure that there is mutual
interest in the exchange. In addition, they should agree on the
purpose of the exchange, identify objectives, determine an
appropriate length of time and jointly develop a visit schedule.
Exchanges need not be reciprocal.
Visits should last for up to 7 days, excluding travel time.
Assessment of Applications
Applications will be assessed according to the following criteria:
Clearly articulated outcomes showing how the exchange will
strengthen the programmatic and/or technical capacity of the
Possibility that the exchange outcomes will positively influence
the children and youth sector as a whole in the applicant's
A well thought out, appropriate visit schedule.
A clearly presented, reasonable budget.
Appropriateness of the background and position of the individual
The Partnership Program is not covering the costs for the
participation at conferences, trainings, camps, etc.
organize workshop or training event
How to Apply
Carefully read the guidelines and complete the application form,
attaching all requested documents. Applications must be written
in English and sent via e-mail by one of the following dates: 20
April, 30 June, or 30 September, 2003.
Download Application Form (Word format - return this completed
form as an email attachment)
Please send completed applications and refer any questions to:
Tel: + 389 2 122 704/5
Location: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Kosovo,
Macedonia, Montenegro, Romania and Serbia
Deadline: September 30, 2003