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Foundation for Human Rights, Freedoms and Humanitarian Relief in Skopje, the capital of North Macedonia,” 2. The meeting of NGOs was held in the Balkans.

In the programme, 60 participants from 29 NGOs operating in countries such as North Macedonia, Albania, Kosovo, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Serbia, Montenegro, Romania and Turkey gathered under the “International Project Writer Training Certificate Programme”.

Osman Atalay, a member of the Board of Trustees of the IHH Relief and Humanitarian Aid, told Anadolu Agency (AA) that on December 25 last year, a member of the Board of Trustees of the Relief and Humanitarian Aid (IHH), said that “1. They organized a meeting NGOs in the Balkans.

Atalay stated that they discussed the past, present, problems, solutions, and future of civil society in the Balkans last year with representatives of non-governmental organizations from 10 countries in the region, and they exchanged ideas and experiences. In other words, we are here for the International Project Writing Certificate Program for Balkan NGOs working in the Balkans.” He said.

Atalay stated that they organized this program for the purpose of preparing necessary social, cultural, economic, commercial, educational and social projects for their countries, and for non-governmental organizations to improve themselves regarding the form of requesting international grants and aid funds, and stressed that they plan to achieve it in all Balkan countries in the coming years.

Pointing out the importance of their activities, Atalay said: “This is a cooperation program related to the solidarity of NGOs in the Balkans with each other, promoting the exchange of knowledge and experience, searching for solutions to our problems together, and renewing and developing institutions, which is what we call innovation, research and development.” He used his statements.

Noting that there will be participation from Austria and Hungary as well as the Balkan countries, Atalay thanked the Turkish Cooperation and Coordination Agency (TIKA) for its unwavering support in the program and the Anadolu Agency (AA), which has long declared. its activities in the region.

Program R & D trainer and project specialist Enes Güneyli also said that during their project writing training, international institutions and organizations will explain the project support software technical infrastructure and their project writing work.

Expressing that they will share their experiences in research, development and innovation in the world and in Turkey, Güneli said, “How are various projects being implemented in many fields, especially in the field of technology, in terms of projects that are particularly impressive in the world, in this field are pioneering Social business, what are its forms in general, what institutions and organizations offer project grants? Provide support activities, we will have a training process of approximately 56 hours on such issues today.” He said.

Within the scope of the training programme, courses will be offered on research and development and innovation processes/SWOT analysis, project preparation techniques, applications for organizations providing project funds and grant support, examination of typical project drafts, and a practical presentation of project management phases.

Source: AA

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