USAID Serbia Justice for All – Request for Applications (Small Grants)



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USAID Serbia Justice for All – Request for Applications (Small Grants)

USAID Justice for All project is inviting civil society organizations to apply for a small grants program for initiatives focused at raising justice-related awareness and providing psychological and social support in GBV cases.

More information on the RfA and the application process can be found below.

RFA Issuance Date: July 01, 2024 

Deadline for Questions/Clarifications: July 10, 2024, 10:00 Belgrade time

Deadline for Submitting Applications: July 31, 2024, 10:00 Belgrade time


The USAID Justice for All Activity (Project) is a USAID-funded five-year project, implemented by Development Professionals Inc. (DPI) and focusing on people-centered justice. The Project is designed to help the Government of the Republic of Serbia solve people’ legal problems and satisfy their justice needs by strengthening the justice system and service providers to guarantee the rule of law and empower citizens to know their rights and use the law.

Through its Grants Program, the Project is promoting the role of civil society in the overall justice reform process and within people-centered justice, along with fostering cooperation between the judiciary and civil society.


The Project invites interested CSOs to submit project proposals within the areas of:

  1. Developing street law initiatives and/or young lawyers mentorship programs as an effective way of improving people’s knowledge of the law and empowering young leaders to advocate for change. 
  2. Providing psychological and social support for victims, witnesses and survivors of gender-based and domestic violence focusing on better addressing gender and social norms that perpetuate/protect GBV.
  3. Raising awareness regarding the rights and status of victims of gender-based and domestic violence focusing on developing better understanding of the causes and effects of various forms of violence through online and offline campaigns.
  4. Developing evidence-based reporting standards for gender-based and domestic violence cases.

Grant awards will be in the range of $10,000-$50,000. The grant implementation period cannot exceed 12 months.  

The Application, in English, should be sent in electronic format to:

!!! Please note the RFA number RFA-J4ALL-N.2024.02 in the subject section of the email.

The RFA package contains: