Since 2004, Eurasia Foundation has created five autonomous foundations able to address local needs and cross-border issues. These organizations represent a new type of institution for the region, combining local knowledge and leadership with international best practices of program management and financial stewardship, all carried out under the governance of international boards of trustees. These five new foundations have joined with Eurasia Foundation, their American counterpart, to form the Eurasia Foundation Network.

Eurasia Foundation (EF)

Eurasia Foundation (EF) is a privately managed non-profit organization supported by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and other public and private donors. Since 1992, Eurasia Foundation has invested more than $400 million through more than 8,400 grants and operating programs in Afghanistan, Armenia, Azerbaijan, Belarus, Georgia, Kazakhstan, the Kyrgyz Republic, Moldova, Russia, Tajikistan, Turkmenistan, Ukraine and Uzbekistan.

Eurasia Foundation
1990 K Street NW,Suite 615
Washington, DC 20006
Tel: +1 202-234-7370


New Eurasia Foundation (FNE)

Launched in Moscow in 2004, FNE enhances people’s lives through effective social and economic development programs carried out at the regional and federal levels of Russia. Strategic program areas include enhancing the social and human capital of the Russian Federation in the areas of youth, education, migration, housing and urban development and media, and improving local competitiveness and potential for technological innovation through strategic planning and management, infrastructure and entrepreneurship development.

New Eurasia Foundation (FNE)

3/9, 3rd Syromyatnichesky per., bldg 1, 4th floor
105120, Moscow, Russian Federation
Tel: 7-495-970-1567
Fax: 7-495-970-1568

Eurasia Partnership Foundation (EPF)

EF launched Eurasia Partnership Foundation in 2007 to serve Armenia, Azerbaijan and Georgia. EPF facilitates citizen monitoring of business, government and donors, encourages the understanding and practice of local corporate philanthropy and develops the skills and vision for youth as advocates for and implementers of social change through youth-run grantmaking. EPF’s regional, networked approach embraces both the common challenges facing all countries and those specific to each country.

Eurasia Partnership Foundation (EPF)
3 Kavsadze Street
Tbilisi 0179, Georgia
Tel/Fax: 995-32-22-32-64

Eurasia Foundation of Central Asia (EFCA)

In 2005 Eurasia Foundation of Central Asia was registered as a local entity to operate programs throughout Central Asia. EFCA mobilizes public and private resources to help citizens of Central Asia design and execute projects that strengthen their communities and improve their civic and economic well-being. With offices in Almaty, Bishkek, Dushanbe and Osh, EFCA focuses its activities on higher education, labor migration, independent mass media, rule of law, corporate social responsibility, community development, youth and ecotourism.

Eurasia Foundation of Central Asia (EFCA)
10 Kurmangaliev Str.
Almaty 050010, Kazakhstan
Tel: 7-727-250-18-10
Fax: 7-727-250-18-11

East Europe Foundation (EEF)

In 2007 EF launched the East Europe Foundation, based in Kyiv, Ukraine. EEF builds the capacity of institutions and establishes local partnerships through grant programs and technical assistance, contributing to effective local governance, high-quality education programs and more socially responsible corporations and philanthropic organizations. EEF focuses on improving the conditions needed to sustain local partnerships and empower citizens to participate in improving their lives.

East Europe Foundation

83, Saksaganskogo str., 3rd floor
Kyiv 01033, Ukraine
Tel/Fax: 38-050-443-72-58

East Europe Foundation (Moldova)

In November 2009 Eurasia Foundation announced the registration of its new partner and successor organization in Moldova – East Europe Foundation (EEF). The Foundation will continue building democratic systems in Moldova, empowering Moldovan citizens and fostering sustainable development through education, technical assistance and grant programs that promote civil society development, strengthen media, enhance good governance and build economic prosperity.

East Europe Foundation (Moldova)
98, 31 August 1989 str., 3rd floor
2004 Chisinau, Republic of Moldova
T: 373-22-23-53-43; 54-81-02
F: 373-22-54-23-38
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