Kazakhstan has a stable and vibrant civil society and a government that continues to make commitments toward democratic reform. While some civil society organizations (CSOs) working on social services enjoy a reasonable degree of freedoms and receive funding from the government, other CSOs that work to promote democratic reform, human rights, or good governance do not receive the same support but instead rely heavily on international donors. The Kazakhstan Civil Society Strengthening project provided organizational strengthening and stability to CSOs and worked to enhance constructive dialogues between citizens and the government.


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