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Distance to the grant is not a hindrance

Non-profit organizations of the Far East receive more than 235 million rubles. presidential grants in 2017 year

Projects on the development of civil society in the Far East are increasingly receiving grant support from the Russian president: the second stage of the contest, which ended last week, gave the Far East more than 176 million rubles, after the first they received 58 million rubles. EastRussia figured out what grants are being asked by non-profit organizations in the Far East.

Distance to the grant is not a hindrance
Photo: Amur-tiger.ru
APPLICATIONS - ON 60% MORE

On November 22, the coordinating committee for holding competitions for the provision of grants of the President of the Russian Federation for the development of civil society summed up the results of the second competition and competition campaign in 2017. According to the results of the competition, 176 million rubles. will be allocated for the implementation of 122 projects in the Far Eastern Federal District. During the first stage of the competition, non-profit organizations (NPOs) of the Far Eastern Federal District received 58,8 million rubles. for the implementation of 43 projects. The total amount of financing for the development of the third sector of the Far Eastern Federal District under the presidential grants program at the end of 2017 is 235 rubles. (see the table for details). Funding is provided through the Presidential Grants Fund.

Distribution of grants among the subjects of the Far Eastern Federal District, 2017 year

Subject DFO
The number of projects 2 th stage
Amount of financing, rub.
The number of projects 1 th stage
Amount of financing, rub.
Khabarovsk Krai
34
43 448 963,61
13
22 241 595, 60
Primorsky Krai
31
53 536 788,65
7
11 727 087,13
The Republic of Sakha (Yakutia)
24
32 807 803,80
10
9 695 872,00
Magadan region
12
12 352 852,38
0
0
Kamchatka
9
13 034 372,50
4
6 940 601,88
Amur Region
8
13 924 803,60
5
4 224 581,80
Chukotka Autonomous Okrug
2
3 394 359,00
0
0
The Jewish Autonomous Region
1
1 179 350,00
2
1 572 651,49
Sakhalin Region
1
2 714 637,38
2
2 414 315,00
According to Sergey Gabestro, chairman of the Public Council at the Ministry of Eastern Development, the NNOX received an application from the Far Eastern NGOs for the second stage of the competition. Compared to the first stage, the activity increased by 391% - then 60 projects were announced for grants. 

"The winners of the second stage were 122 applications worth over 176 million rubles. These figures indicate the intensification of project work in the third sector throughout the Far Eastern Federal District. Together with the Ministry for the Development of the Russian Far East, the Presidential Grants Fund, the Collaboration Fund, the Public Chamber of the Russian Federation, a lot of work is being done to increase high-quality, well-developed projects are submitted for grants. And this work will continue. Now, with the support of the Public Council and the Collaboration Fund, the task is to sign an agreement with all governors of the Far Eastern Federal District on holding regional grant competitions on the IT platform of Presidential grants. will make it possible to successfully prepare regional projects for entering the federal level and be competitive in the competition for presidential grants, "says Sergei Gabestro.

THE SOUND AMPLIFIER ON THE WHEELS - ON THE VILLAGE

The undisputed leader in both the number of applications and the amount of support for 2017 in the Far East was the Khabarovsk Territory: grants from the region in the amount of more than 65,5 million rubles. won 47 projects. According to the results of the second stage of the competition, the largest grant went to the project "Innovative cultural site" Neighborhood Selo "- out of the required 4,43 million rubles, the grant will provide 3,65 million rubles. With these funds, the initiators of the project intend to purchase a mobile sound-amplifying station on the PAZ chassis, 10 life-size puppets, a printer and a camera.

"We will create a visiting creative team" Neighboring Village ", which will include highly professional cultural specialists (choreographer, director, choirmaster, cultural organizers), the vocal group" Sudarushka "(created within the framework of the project" The Song Helps Us Build and Live "in 2013). The project will begin with a large information company. During the acquisition and delivery of a mobile sound amplifier station, we will begin work on identifying and maintaining talented residents in remote villages. Master classes for all interested residents in vocal, choreographic and acting skills will be held in the settlements, at which talented children will be identified , teenagers and other categories of citizens. In parallel, work will be carried out to create amateur groups of different directions. The created groups and individual performers, craftsmen of folk crafts will for the first time show their amateur skills at a holiday in their village, and at the end of the project at the regional festival "Lazovskaya Yarmarka »", - explained the project initiators in the justification of the application.

INVALIDS - LABOR WORKSHOPS

Another large grant was received by the ANO "Khabarovsk Disabled Organization" Realnaya Pomoshch "- its project needs 4,14 million rubles, the grant will provide 2,96 million rubles. The authors of the project state that there are now about 100 disabled people with autism spectrum disorders in the region with a complicated form of developmental disabilities (ASD), with severe and multiple developmental disabilities (TMDD) over the age of 16 and another 410 - of preschool and school age. But in the vast majority of cases, children after graduation find themselves in a situation where they have "nowhere to go", and they are forced to sit at home, within the four walls of their apartments, remaining "unnoticed" by society.

"In our project, we propose to create a training model of the associated workshops for young people, disabled people with RAS and TMNR, in accordance with the public demand, in the form of specially developed programs: individual and group work classes, socializing, The members of their families will receive the necessary support and professional help, specialist consultations. The volunteers involved will master the unique experience of interaction with excellent t you people overcome certain internal barriers and borders, opening up new opportunities, "- said in a study of the project.

CHILDREN - BOARD PLAYING BY MYTHES OF THE PEOPLES OF AMUR

Khabarovsk Territory Youth Public Organization of the indigenous people of Phoenix Amur received support in the amount of 411 thousand rubles. on an interesting initiative to create a table-top children's game "Silver Spear". "The story of the game is the adventure of the players in the world of fairy tales of the Far Eastern peoples, the game actions unfold on a map on which the real geographic objects of the Amur River are represented in the entourage of the Far Eastern mythology.For example, the Amur River acts as an Evenki world river, uniting five worlds of Evenk mythology, Okhotsk sea ​​- the home of Tyrnadz, the supreme deity of the Nivkhs, and the Amur taiga - the abode of the totem ancestors of the game tribes - the Bear and the Tiger - Each player controls the character - the hero of the fairy tales.For example, Azmun is a silver spear from the Nivkhs (the tribe of the sons of the Bear), the hunter Mergen from the Nanais (sons of the Tiger), etc. During the game, the characters develop, increasing their characteristics and gaining new opportunities, "the application justifies.

Among other winners from the Khabarovsk Territory are foundations for supporting youth initiatives, family clubs, sports organizations, the Vzlyot military-patriotic education center, social non-profit organizations, and the Tatyana Frolova Theater NP. The latter, in partnership with the Komsomolsk-on-Amur Theater KnAM, will create a video version of the theatrical performance using multimedia technologies and the participation of a person with disabilities. Using the story of a young girl as an example, the project will show how you can overcome yourself and start living a fulfilling life. A video of the production will be posted on the Internet.

MIGRANTS - COMPLEX SUPPORT CENTER

The second among the Far Eastern regions of Russia in terms of the number of applications and the volume of presidential grants received was the Primorsky Territory. The largest grant on the results of the second stage of the contest in the region was given to ANO of additional professional education and consulting "Development". The project cost 10 million rubles, of which 7 million rubles. will provide a grant aimed at the professionalization of socially oriented NGOs of the Far Eastern Federal District, including the resource centers existing here, through training of NGO leaders and civil activists in modern technologies for the development of local communities.

A large grant (3,6 million rubles out of the required 7,45 million rubles) will be received by the Fund for Legal Support of Migration Processes. Over the past 25 years, the Far East has lost a fifth of its population. This downward demographic trend is permanent and is one of the most acute problems in the Far Eastern Federal District. The state, having declared the Russian Far East a priority for a century, attracting investments and creating jobs, here reveals an obvious shortage of labor resources. The implementation of the first 500 investment projects in the Primorsky Territory implies the creation of 80 thousand jobs, while one unemployed already accounts for 3 to 5 vacancies. The problem of a shortage of labor resources can be solved through "reducing the migration outflow of the resident population, increasing the migration attractiveness for potential migrants and the formation of a stable migration inflow of population to the regions of the Far East," the project's application justification says. 

Its authors propose to create on the territory of the Primorsky Territory a civic center for comprehensive support for migrants (CKPM), which by November 2018 will provide services for social adaptation and employment of at least 12000 migrants of different target groups, providing at least 20 types of various administrative and legal services. Services will be provided both in the format of personal consultations and using modern means of communication (website, skype, phone, instant messengers). The beneficiaries of the project will be recruited through the diasporas and migration centers of the Primorsky Territory. In addition, within the framework of the center's work, it is planned to develop a methodological manual for migrants and compatriot migrants (paper and electronic versions). The MCC is a necessary alternative to the existing methods of adaptation of migrants, solving migration problems through the prism of crime and tightening of laws, which leads to an increase in the scale of illegal migration (according to expert estimates, up to 40 thousand people a year) and crime, loss of a migration image, outflow of socially active population of the region and its replacement by newcomers with a lower level of capitalization ", - the authors of the project believe. 

HUNTERS BIKINA - PHOTOS AND UNDERWATER

4,4 million rubles. The grant will be received by the public organization "Club of hunters and fishermen of the Indigenous Minorities of the Primorsky Territory" with the project "Bikin - home of indigenous peoples". It is aimed at involving hunters from among the indigenous minorities who carry out traditional economic activities on the territory of the Bikin National Park in the process of implementing measures to preserve its natural complexes and objects. "Within the framework of the project, it is planned to conduct training events for local hunters from among the indigenous minorities on the implementation of tasks for the protection of the territory and environmental monitoring, as well as involving young people from among the indigenous minorities in the training process to acquire skills and ability to use modern technologies of environmental protection (camera traps for monitoring animals and protecting the territory, modern navigation devices and unmanned aerial vehicles) ", - explain the authors of the project.

OLD HOUSE OF THE ISLAND RUSSIAN - MUSEUM AND EXCURSIONS

Almost 500 thousand rubles. grant received a unique project of the fund for assistance to the apartment building Podnozhie, 28 "Jubilee". The house in the village of Podnozhie on the Russian Island is one of the oldest houses on the island, born in 1911, built from the tsar's bricks from a local brick factory born in 1904 in the "Russian modern" style of the early 20th century. It is "the only and inimitable in terms of its architectural design, there is no second such house on the island, this is one of the best examples of barracks construction," the fund believes.

"In one of the apartments with an area of ​​28 sq. M. In order to preserve the historical memory, to comprehend the Russian historical heritage, we want to create a memorial museum" Pre-Revolutionary Russian Island. "The exposition will be small in form, but expressive in content, to represent typical exhibits from the period to 1917 of the year: furniture, household appliances, documents, photographs, military uniforms, weapons, etc. Visitors to the museum, reviewing the exhibits and listening to the guide’s story about the development of the island, about the heroic everyday life of the construction of the Vladivostok fortress, an interesting and accessible form for different age groups, they must feel the spirit of that time, the heroism and self-sacrifice of people in protecting the Russian land from the enemy, comprehensively comprehend the military history of that period, "the application’s rationale says.

Simultaneously with the creation of the museum, the project team will form a bus and pedestrian guided tour "Pre-Revolutionary Russky Island" lasting about 4 hours, starting from the current St. Seraphim Monastery, which in 1911 was the house church of the regiment, and during the First World War - the marching regiment church . Next to the monastery is the house Podnozhye, 28, the surviving fragments of the brick factory 1904 and more 15 objects of military fortification architecture, various types of guns and military equipment (guns, caponiers, semi-caponiers, guns, batteries, mortars), which have no analogues in the world, the application justifies.

INDIGENOUS PEOPLES - DIALOGUE WITH INDUSTRIAL GIANT

One of the largest grants in Yakutia (2,9 million rubles out of the required 4 million rubles) will be received by the Association of Indigenous Peoples for a project of a dialogue between indigenous peoples and industrial companies. The implementation of the project provides for a series of seminars in national villages on two topics - "Territories of traditional nature management: issues of organization of activities and ways of cooperation with industrial companies" and "The role of local communities in carrying out ethnological expertise." The Association will hold two "round tables" on the same topics in the spring and autumn of the year 2018.

"Five indigenous peoples of the North live in Yakutia - the Evenks, Evens, Dolgans, Yukagirs and Chukchi, with a total population of over 40 thousand people. The regions of compact residence of the indigenous peoples of the North in the Republic of Sakha (Yakutia) include 21 regions and 71 settlements, on the territory which are the richest deposits of diamonds, coal, oil, gas, iron ore, noble, non-ferrous and rare metals. This potential has again become actively involved in economic circulation, a new wave of industrialization is unfolding. Indigenous peoples have vast accumulated experience of survival, as well as the organization of labor and life in the extreme climatic conditions of the Far North. They still maintain a spiritual unity with nature, the meaning of which is to ensure human life while preserving the natural environment. Indigenous peoples are sensitive to any intrusion into their living environment, especially industrial development. Ensure conflict-free coexistence of industrial companies and by It is very difficult for the population permanently living in places of industrial activity, therefore, the way out of an objective conflict of interest is a dialogue for finding compromise solutions, "the project justification says.

AMURA SWIMMING POOL - COMPLEX STUDY

One of the largest grants in the Amur Region (almost 3 million rubles out of 4,74 million rubles) will be received by the regional branch of the Russian Geographical Society. “Large industrial and infrastructure projects of national importance are currently being deployed in the south of the Russian Far East. In the near future, these are mandatory major changes in natural systems, the consequences of which must be calculated and taken into account, which is possible only with the availability of modern comprehensive information about the state of the Earth's surface. to date, no comprehensive studies of the Earth's surface with the creation of conditional maps of natural conditions have been carried out in the Amur Region.The Amur Regional Branch of the Russian Geographical Society, with the support of the regional branches of the Russian Geographical Society of other constituent entities of the Russian Federation of the Amur basin, has been conducting for the second year, in the format of the Amur Basin Complex Expedition of the Russian Geographical Society, work on a comprehensive geographical study of the Amur with the creation of cartographic information with explanatory descriptions to it about natural conditions, natural resources, cultural, historical and socio-economic characteristics of the territory, "- says the substantiation of the application. The project has been going on for several years, its participants have already received interesting data, including filming two professional documentaries about the nature of the work sites ("Steppe Dauria" and "Farewell, Bureya").

LIGHT OF CAMPS - TO THEATERS

In Kolyma, one of the largest grants (2,85 million rubles from the required 3,5 million rubles) will receive the project of the local branch of the All-Russian Theater Society with the project of the festival “Light of the Camp Ramp”. "The festival program is designed for five days and will include: theatrical performances of groups of former" Gulag "theaters, master classes by leading stage masters, sightseeing tours of historical and memorable places of the city of Magadan, with a visit to the memorial complex" Mask of Sorrow ", the exposition of Magadan the regional museum of local lore "Dalstroy". The final event of the festival will be a ceremony of memory dedicated to the Day of Remembrance of the Victims of Political Repression (October 30), which will be held at the memorial complex "Ma ka Tribulation. "The basic meaning of the festival will not struggle theater companies for the best, and the discussion about our history", - stated in the justification for the request. 

The Hebrews of Hebrews - in the scientific revolution

In the Jewish autonomy, the public organization "Heritage of the EAO" will receive a grant of 1,18 million rubles. to preserve the historical and cultural heritage, to study the history of its creation and formation, to attract young people and experts of local lore to this joint work. The authors of the project expect to collect material on the settlements of the region and post it on the site nasledie-eao.ru, organize a permanent exhibition "90 years of Jewish resettlement to the Far East" on 20 pylons on the Bira river embankment and several mobile photo and archival exhibitions.  

"Carrying out, together with the State Archives of the Jewish Autonomous Okrug, work on the study of archival materials stored in the archives of the Far East, exported in 1941 and not yet studied, about the history of the first years of the settlement of the region. Together with the regional museum of local lore, to collect memoirs of materials about the activities in 1928- 1937 the first and only international Jewish youth agricultural commune in the country ICOR, to prepare and publish a collection of materials on the activities of the commune. Development and publication of a popular science manual on the history of the creation and development of the Jewish Autonomous Okrug, its transfer to libraries and educational institutions of the region. from the Yiddish language into Russian documents stored in the regional archives of the 1920s –1940s, their inclusion in scientific circulation ", - the authors list the goals of the project.

In general, the projects presented by the NGOs of the DFD are related to the preservation of historical memory, protection of the environment and protection of animals, the protection of public health and the promotion of healthy lifestyles, support for projects in the field of science, education and social services, summarize in the public council of Minsk region.
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