Round 224 million EUR of Public Funds Allocated to Croatian CSOs in 2015

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On April 13, the Croatian Government adopted the Report on the Financing of Civil Society Organizations and Programs from Public Sources, prepared by the Office for Cooperation with NGOs. In 2015, a total of 224.396.358 EU have been allocated from all public sources at national and local levels for the programs and projects of CSOs, out of which 46,31% by state administration bodies, government offices, and other public institutions, and 50,78% by the counties, the City of Zagreb, and other cities and municipalities. According to the report, 36.104 CSO programs and projects were financed by public funds at the national and local levels, employing 22.232 persons and engaging 501.663 volunteers. More information is available here.

Source: Government Office for Cooperation with NGOs – Croatia

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