EJA Kosovo recognizes that there is a potential of NGOs for contribution in many areas. This potential is commonly recognized within NGOs who are well-established, have a clear vision and systematically work to implement their strategy. There are other NGOs who are not yet at that level, but have clear direction of their development, including programmatic goals and groups of citizens that they represent or target with their work. However, this potential is not fully utilized as their funding structure does not provide for organizational development. Organizational development is hampered if organizations implement short and strict project activities without any possibility for investment in growth, capacity building and upgrade of internal systems. In order to compensate for organizational development, these NGOs are often obliged to use limited internal sources or project funding which is not directly intended for that. By providing long-term and tailored organizational development support the targeted organizations will make use of specific funds dedicated to advance their organization rather than specific projects. Specifically, these grants aim to support the capacity building of the staff, development and implementation of internal tools and systems, development of internal policies and documents, use of software and equipment or specific methodologies and approaches.  Similar to other instruments in EJA Kosovo, these grants enable organizations to also address in a consistent and systematic manner the inclusion of citizens in their work and improve internal governance practices.