Civic Development and Partnership Foundation
(CDPF) was established in 2006 as an Armenian
non-profit organization. Our mission is to support the development of civil society
by strengthening Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), particularly through
capacity building and grant management support.
In accordance with its mission, CDPF has
implemented over 25 projects and initiatives, distributed and administered 134
advocacy, election, and community grants, awarded and administered 86 scholarships.
In addition, we have delivered about 300 trainings, seminars, and consultations
to local and international organizations, conducted 8 research and evaluation projects,
and provided a number of other specific customized services.
our donors and clients are Counterpart International, the Government of Norway,
the US Embassy in Armenia,
the Jinishian Memorial Foundation, the US Peace Corps, World Vision, Mission
East, the OSCE Office in Yerevan,
WINGS Global Fund for Community Foundations, European Partnership for
Democracy, the Armenian Educational
Foundation, and many others.
We have established partnerships with similar
organizations in the Northern and Southern regions of Armenia
that allows us to bring together a wide range of expertise to cover the whole territory of Armenia
in an effective manner. Moreover, CDPF cooperates with various local and
international organizations, educational entities, state bodies, and business
structures that increases the scope of its projects and networks.
2009 CDPF was certified by Counterpart International and USAID as an intermediate
service organization (ISO) meeting international standards in organizational
and financial management, grantmaking, and service provision.
This web page was made possible by the support of Counterpart International’s Civic Advocacy Support Program (CASP), and the generous support of the american people through the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) under Cooperative Agreement No. 111-A-00-04-00056-00. Content, views and opinions expressed herein are those of the Civic Development and Partnership Foundation, and do not necessarily reflect the views of Counterpart International, USAID or the United States Government.