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MENA works closely with the Open Society Institute Assistance Foundation–Turkey, a liaison office that identifies actors and activities that will help Turkey's evolution toward an open society, facilitates collaboration between Turkish civil society and the Soros foundations network, and makes funding recommendations.
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Call for Proposals: Middle East & North Africa Initiative
March 4, 2009
The Open Society Institute Middle East & North Africa Initiative (MENA) welcomes unsolicited grant proposal outlines, or concept notes, on a rolling basis throughout the calendar year. Concept notes and grant proposals should fall within the initiative’s three focus areas:
As a general rule, MENA prefers to receive grant applications made on behalf of an organization rather than an individual. Preference is given to local organizations in the region or initiatives that partner local and foreign organizations' expertise. MENA accepts proposals in Arabic, English, or French. Program staff will endeavor to review the proposal outlines at the end of each month and respond 30 days afterwards.
The program requests that grantees submit concept notes outlining the project (no longer than two pages long). These concept notes should be sent as attachments (.pdf, .doc, swx, .rtf).
Each concept note should include:
Please note that if your proposal outline is reviewed positively, OSI will request a more detailed proposal.
All concept notes, full proposals, or questions on this process should be sent to proposals@osimena.org​.
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