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New grants from last 7 days

Agri-tech Catalyst round 7: agriculture and food systems innovation

Deadline: 21/11/2019
Location: Angola, Benin, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Gambia, Ghana, Guinea, Guinea Bissau, Kenya, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mozambique, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sao Tome and Principe, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, South Sudan, Sudan, Tanzania, Togo, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe
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The aim of this competition is to increase the pace of development and scale of uptake of agricultural and food systems innovation by farmers and food systems actors (such as manufacturers, processors, retailers, distributors or wholesalers) in Africa. All projects must be collaborative and must include at least one partner from the UK and one from an eligible African …

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Creative Audio-Visual Online Expression in 21st Century Southern Africa

Deadline: 19/9/2018
Location: Malawi, Zambia, Zimbabwe
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Hivos Southern Africa is seeking proposals from artistic collectives, creative hubs and groups of creative content makers in the audio-visual sectors. These proposals are geared to support the production of more independently creative audio visual artistic content. Furthermore the intention is to also support these initiatives to become more independent, self-sufficient and to reach larger audiences. This open …

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Mini-grants for Social Entrepreneurs

Deadline: 15/9/2018
Location: worldwide
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Transparency International (TI) is calling for young people under 35 years old who are motivated to solve social problems and develop new methods, tools, and projects to fight corruption. TI, with support from the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Denmark ahead of International Anti-Corruption Conference Series, are together launching a global competition for new project ideas to boost transparency, strengthen accountability and …

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Self-Help Program for PEPFAR Ghana

Deadline: 31 December annually
Location: Ghana
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The program is modeled on the long-running Ambassador's Special Self-Help Program, which has provided support to grassroots development efforts in Africa since 1990. The Self-Help Program for PEPFAR will support projects that are developed and implemented by community-based groups or NGOs for the direct benefit of members. The intended beneficiaries of projects are people living with HIV/AIDS (PLWHA), orphans …

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Ambassador’s Special Self-Help Program Mali

Deadline: no deadline
Location: Mali
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The Ambassador’s Self-Help Fund was established in Malawi in 1966 as a way to address urgent development needs at the community level. The Self-Help Fund of United States Embassy in Bamako provides assistance for small projects. The request for assistance must come from local communities, in collaboration with the local development committee or local institutions and/or agencies in charge …

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Democracy and Human Rights Fund (DHRF) Cameroon

Deadline: June/July annually
Location: Cameroon
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The purpose of the Democracy and Human Rights Fund (DHRF) is to strengthen democratic institutions, improve governance, and promote respect for human rights in Cameroon. The DHRF provides assistance to Cameroonian organisations that seek to implement short-term, highly targeted activities designed to show measurable results. For more than twenty years, DHRF funding has supported organisations in all ten …

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Julia Taft Fund for Refugees Cameroon

Deadline: 1 March annually
Location: Cameroon
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The Julia Taft Fund for Refugees is an initiative by the U.S. Department of State Bureau of Population, Refugees, and Migration (PRM) to respond to critical unmet needs of refugees. Created in 2000, the Julia Taft Fund for Refugees supports projects that fill gaps in refugee service not already being addressed by other organisations. The Julia Taft Fund is …

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U.S. Ambassador’s Special Self-Help Fund Cameroon

Deadline: 30 April annually
Location: Cameroon
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The Special Self-Help Fund (SSH) provides small-scale assistance to Cameroonian communities as part of the U.S. Government’s commitment to support development activities in Cameroon. Since 1983, the U.S. Ambassador to Cameroon has funded small community projects under this program in all ten regions of Cameroon. Support will be provided to the following key areas: (1) Water Supply and …

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Ambassador's Special Self Help Program (SSH) Togo

Deadline: no deadline
Location: Togo
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The Ambassador’s Special Self-Help Program (SSH) is a grass-roots assistance program that allows the U.S. Embassy of Togo to provide financial assistance to small, community-based development projects. Special consideration is given to projects that have the potential to generate income. Examples of successful projects include projects that produce employment and marketable skills (e.g. dressmaking, livestock-raising), acquisition of equipment …

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Direct Aid Program (DAP) Solomon Islands

Deadline: no deadline
Location: Solomon Islands
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The Australian Government’s overseas aid program is funded by the Australian Government and managed by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT). DFAT is working with Solomon Islands on activities that alleviate poverty and have real impacts on the lives of poor people. The Australia–Solomon Islands bilateral partnership is changing lives by: (1) improving health and education; (2) boosting economic …

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Direct Aid Program (DAP) Iran

Deadline: no deadline
Location: Iran
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The Australian Government's overseas aid program is improving the lives of millions of people in developing countries. The Australian Embassy in Tehran’s Direct Aid Program assists vulnerable and disadvantaged persons in several provinces across Iran. The Embassy funds a variety of aid initiatives, ranging from small projects undertaken by local NGOs to larger scale cooperation with organisations such …

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Democracy and Human Rights Program (DHRF) Togo

Deadline: no deadline
Location: Togo
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The Democracy and Human Rights Fund (DHRF) provides assistance through grants to local organisations to implement small, short-term, and high impact activities that support democratic institutions, political pluralism, and the protection and advocacy of human rights in African countries. The program compliments other funding mechanisms that support larger, multi-year initiatives as part of the U.S. Government's overall strategy to …

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Direct Aid Program (DAP) Sri Lanka and Maldives

Deadline: 31/10/2018
Location: Sri Lanka and Maldives
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The Australian High Commission’s Direct Aid Program (DAP) is a flexible small grants program available on a not-for-profit basis to provide immediate relief for marginalised communities. The DAP aims to advance developmental objectives and address humanitarian hardship where it is needed most. They accept high quality applications that have a strong development focus and are aimed at strengthening …

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Ambassador Special Self Help Program (SSH) Chad

Deadline: no deadline
Location: Chad
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The main objective of the “Ambassador’s Special Self Help Program” is to demonstrate the interest of the United States Government for the social and economic well-being of the communities that strive to take care. The immediate objective of the program is to support local initiatives already undertaken or envisaged involving a significant Community contribution so that these efforts …

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Financial Assistance for Small Development Projects in Myanmar

Deadline: March/April annually
Location: Myanmar
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The Embassy of France in Yangon has supported some small scale development projects in Myanmar since 2008. This Small Grant Programme is yearly launched by the Cooperation and Cultural Section of the French Embassy. This section has educational, cultural, humanitarian and development programmes. It has a close coordination with public and private organisations and individuals. The main purpose …

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Local Cooperation Fund (LCF) in Egypt

Deadline: no deadline
Location: Egypt
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The LCF is one of the Finnish development cooperation instruments and aims at supporting the civil society to participate in the development process of Egypt. The LCF has been operating in the Embassy since 2003. The LCF seeks to support projects that put in place support structures or undertake interventions to support the vulnerable groups that are mentioned in …

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US Ambassador's Special Self-Help Program Congo

Deadline: no deadline
Location: Republic of Congo
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The U.S Ambassador's Special Self-Help Program assists community-based, community-run projects in the local communities of the Republic of Congo. The goal of the Self-Help Program is to improve the basic economic and social conditions of the village or community and should benefit the greatest number of people possible. The project initiative should come primarily from community action, but …

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Pacific Island Countries Participation Fund (PICTicipate)

Deadline: no deadline
Location: Pacific
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The objective of the Pacific Island Countries Participation Fund (PICTicipate) is to increase the number of Pacific Islanders attending regional and international conferences or events relevant to their countries’ development. The purpose of the conference must be consistent with the participant’s own country priorities, and the New Zealand Aid Programme’s investment priorities for 2015-19, including the sectors of, …

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Individual Projects South

Deadline: 20 September annually
Location: Bhutan, Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Kenya, Lesotho, Mozambique, Namibia, Pakistan, Palestine, Somalia, South Africa, South Sudan, Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, Zimbabwe
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The funding instrument, Individual Projects South, is available to Austrian civil society organisations (CSOs) that implement multi-year projects in developing countries together with local partner organisations. The partners must retain responsibility (ownership). Another criterion is cooperation with other local and international organisations and interest groups and alignment of activities with the policies and strategies of partner countries. Co-Funded projects …

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IAF Grant Program

Deadline: no deadline
Location: Latin America and the Caribbean
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The Inter-American Foundation (IAF) invites proposals for its grant program. The IAF funds the self-help efforts of grassroots groups in Latin America and the Caribbean to improve living conditions of the disadvantaged and the excluded, enhance their capacity for decision-making and self-governance, and develop partnerships with the public sector, business and civil society. The IAF does not identify …

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Public Diplomacy Small Grant Opportunities Namibia

Deadline: no deadline
Location: Namibia
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The U.S. Ambassador’s Special Self-Help Program supports small community-driven projects that improve social and economic conditions in communities across Namibia. Special Self-Help projects are community initiated sustainable projects that can be managed by the community members themselves. Ideal project ideas integrate mass communication and technological advancement to promote public dialogue about issues related to democracy and governance, business and …

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Ambassador’s Special Self-Help Grants Namibia

Deadline: no deadline
Location: Namibia
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The U.S. Embassy cordially invites all interested parties to submit proposals for its Ambassador’s Special Self-Help Grants Fund. Priority will be given to community development projects that focus on improving basic economic or social conditions in Namibia. Projects must originate in the community and the community must make significant contributions to the success of the project, such as …

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Public Affairs Small Grants Panama

Deadline: no deadline
Location: Panama
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Through its public diplomacy small grants program, U.S. Embassy Panama welcomes applications for educational, cultural and development projects led by Panamanian citizens, by local NGOs, and educational institutions. U.S. citizens may apply in conjunction with Panamanian groups. Projects must help Panamanians better understand the society, culture, and values of the United States in line with four Integrated Strategy …

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Funds from 11th Hour Project

Deadline: no deadline
Location: Democratic Republic of the Congo, Guinea, Haiti, South Africa
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A program of the Schmidt Family Foundation, the 11th Hour Project promotes a fuller understanding of the impact of human activity within the web of interdependent living systems. It works as part of the Foundation to raise awareness about climate change and renewable energy sources and connects organisations with good information on how to develop a more responsible relationship with …

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Small Grants Program Laos

Deadline: 12/9/2018
Location: Laos
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The U.S. Embassy Vientiane Public Diplomacy Section announces an open competition for organizations to submit project proposals for funding under the U.S. Embassy’s 2018 Public Diplomacy Small Grants Program. This Notice of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) solicits proposals for projects that further the U.S. Mission’s public diplomacy goals of strengthening people-to-people ties between Laos and the United States, expanding …

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Cultural Grants Program

Deadline: no deadline
Location: Bosnia and Herzegovina
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The goal of the U.S. Embassy’s Cultural Grants Program is to support programs that share the richness and diversity of American culture with the Bosnian public and to promote mutual understanding and cultural dialogue between the United States and Bosnia and Herzegovina. Grants are awarded to non-profit organizations and institutions for artistic and cultural performances, guest speakers/directors/performers, the …

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Future for Wildlife Seed Grants Program

Deadline: 5/11/2018
Location: worldwide
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The Future for Wildlife Seed Grants Program provides funds to support field conservation projects in Africa and Asia. Annual awards, ranging from $1,000 to $3,500 are made to conservation and field research initiatives that will help secure a future for wildlife and educational or cultural activities that positively impact wildlife, habitats and human communities. Ideal projects have a clear and direct conservation impact, positively …

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Project Proposal Call for GEF

Deadline: 21/9/2018
Location: Burundi
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The United Nations Development Program (UNDP) / Global Environment Facility (GEF) / Micro Finance Program (GEF / PMF) informs local NGOs and community-based associations that it is launching a project call for proposals environmental conservation programs that aim to help general environmental interests through the implementation of grassroots initiatives, which also generate local interests. The environmental areas concerned …

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Strengthening Combination Prevention and Testing Services among Inmates to Reduce HIV Infections

Deadline: 30/10/2018
Location: South Africa
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HIV, STI, TB, and viral hepatitis infections are high among inmate populations. In addition, successful linkages to and retention on HIV treatment upon release are poor. The purpose of this NOFO is to provide a comprehensive package of HIV, STIs, and other opportunistic infections (OI) prevention services, HTS and VMMC to inmates. The NOFO also aims to establish supportive environments among communities …

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Improving Laboratory Capacity and Quality in the Scale-up of HIV Diagnosis, Care, Treatment

Deadline: 28/10/2018
Location: Malawi
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The purpose of this NOFO is to strengthen the laboratory capacity and quality to achieve measurable outcomes that directly contribute to the achievement and maintenance of HIV epidemic control in Malawi. Priorities for this NOFO are for over 95% of patients to have a VL/EID taken and acted upon; use of QA/QI processes to monitor performance; build the TB/HIV laboratory capacity improve …

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Conrad N. Hilton Humanitarian Prize

Deadline: 25/10/2018
Location: worldwide
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Established in 1996, the Prize is given to an organisation, anywhere in the world, judged to have made extraordinary contributions toward alleviating human suffering. The Prize is not only intended to recognise and advance the efforts of the recipient organisation, but also to call attention to the worldwide need for humanitarian aid and to encourage others to seek …

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Direct Aid Program (DAP) India

Deadline: 30/11/2018
Location: India
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The Direct Aid Program (DAP) provides small grants for activities that support development and strengthen communities in India. This program, funded by the Australian Government also helps build positive linkages between Australia and communities in India. The Consulate-General in Chennai supports small-scale, sustainable development projects in the South Indian states of Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Kerala, Telangana, Tamil Nadu …

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Direct Aid Program (DAP) Jordan

Deadline: 29/9/2018
Location: Jordan
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The Australian Government’s Direct Aid Program (DAP) is a small grants program that is available on a not-for-profit basis to individuals, community groups and NGOs engaged in development activities in Jordan. DAP focuses on small-scale development projects that can provide direct benefits to those most in need in the local community. The overarching objective of DAP 2018-19 is poverty …

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Direct Aid Program (DAP) Thailand

Deadline: 28/9/2018
Location: Thailand
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The Direct Aid Program (DAP) is a flexible, small grants scheme for development activities, managed by the Australian Embassy in Bangkok. The program funds projects that provide direct benefits to those most in need in the local community, including vulnerable or disadvantaged groups. DAP projects should be aimed primarily at achieving practical and tangible outcomes, such as on …

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Regulatory Reform Support Program for National Development (RESPOND)

Deadline: 15/10/2018
Location: Philippines
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This activity is an integral part of the USAID/Philippines project “Economic Growth, Democracy and Governance with Equity (EGDGE)” which seeks to assist the Philippines to “strengthen their ability to become more self-reliant, improve democratic practices, and become a stable, middle-income country by 2040”. Specifically, it supports the EGDGE Project’s goal of making economic development more inclusive through better domestic resource mobilization and …

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Annual Program Statement (APS) for Colombia’s Ethnic Communities “Strengthening Ethnic Communities for Inclusive Peace”

Deadline: 29/9/2018
Location: Colombia
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The overarching goal of this APS is for Colombian ethnic communities to advance inclusive peace, self-governance, and socio-economic development. This APS has four objectives, as described below. Applicants are required to address at least one of the objectives in their concept paper. Applicants do not need to address all objectives in a single application, but concept papers may integrate one or …

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Preventing risky behaviour among school children through sports and education in six cities in Serbia

Deadline: 21/9/2018
Location: Serbia
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The OSCE Mission to Serbia is in the process of implementing the project Preventing risky behaviour among school children in Serbia through sports and education funded by the Italian government. The overall goal of the project is to contribute to crime prevention through investment in early education and sports. The project reinforces the values among the young such as mutual respect, non-violence, inclusion …

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East Melanesian Islands

Deadline: 7/10/2018
Location: Papua New Guinea, Solomon Islands, Vanuatu
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This call covers the EMI hotspot of Solomon Islands, Vanuatu and the islands region of Papua New Guinea. Applicants are now invited to submit LOIs for projects that will contribute to CEPF’s strategy for East Melanesia, building on current and past CEPF investments in the region, and focusing on the strategic directions and investment priorities: (1) Strategic Direction 1: Empower local …

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CFP Support the strengthening of CSOs to advocate for the development and implementation of laws and policies in line with CEDAW and the Istanbul Convention

Deadline: 17/9/2018
Location: Montenegro
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The Programme aims at ending gender based discrimination and violence against women, with a particular focus on the most disadvantaged groups of women, in six Western Balkans countries (Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo, FYR Macedonia, Montenegro, and Serbia) and Turkey. The Programme is anchored in the normative frameworks of CEDAW and the Istanbul Convention, and also in alignment with EU accession standards. …

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New donors from last 7 days

Skat Foundation

Sector: Climate Change, Economic Development, Education, Energy, Other, Research, Technology & Innovation, Water & Sanitation
Location: worldwide
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Set up in 2002, the Skat Foundation is the philanthropic arm of Skat Consulting Ltd, a consulting company working in transition and developing countries in various areas of expertise. The aim of the Foundation is to foster the exchange of knowledge and experience in development cooperation. To achieve this, the Foundation pursues three strategies: (1) creating knowledge; (2) sharing knowledge; and …

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Biovision Foundation for Ecological Development

Sector: Agriculture & Rural Development, Climate Change, Economic Development, Education, Environment & Natural Resources, Food Security, Research, Technology & Innovation, Women & Gender
Location: Ethiopia, Kenya, Malawi, Senegal, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia
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The Biovision Foundation for Ecological Development was founded in 1998 by Swiss World Food Prize recipient Dr. Hans Rudolf Herren, with the aim of sustainably improving life for people in Africa while conserving the environment as the basis for all life. The Foundation combats hunger and poverty, and is committed to the dissemination and application of ecological methods that …

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Cottier Donzé Foundation

Sector: Children & Youth, Economic Development, Education, Food Security, Health, Human Rights, Other, Social Inclusion, Women & Gender
Location: Kenya, Nepal, Uganda
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The Cottier Donzé Foundation is a non profit organisation based in Switzerland, which supports projects creating social change with special focus on girls empowerment. The Foundation was established in 2005 by marielle donzé and philipp cottier, parents of 3 girls, based on the strong belief that empowering girls will lead to a better world. Their programmatic focus areas are: (1) girl/women education; …

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Responsible Business Fund (RBF)

Sector: Economic Development, Energy, Food Security, Health, Other, Research, Technology & Innovation, Water & Sanitation, Women & Gender
Location: Myanmar
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The Responsible Business Fund (RBF) is a part of the Danish Development Assistance to Myanmar. It is a three-year ‘Challenge Fund’ to increase the competitiveness and responsible behaviour of Myanmar enterprises by providing partial grants to SMEs for the implementation of innovative projects in the following seven programmatic areas: (1) energy efficiency; (2) water use efficiency; (3) waste …

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Essam & Dalal Obaid Foundation

Sector: Children & Youth, Economic Development, Education, Governance, Health, Humanitarian Aid, Peace & Conflict Resolution, Research, Technology & Innovation
Location: worldwide
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To achieve its medical mission, the Essam & Dalal Obaid Foundation (EDOF) will fund targeted clinic-based research, advocate for more effective inter-institutional communication regarding effective cures and palliatives, support improved educational methods, promote the development of new technologies, and fund humanitarian medical treatment for disadvantaged populations. To achieve its social mission, the Foundation will organise meetings between political/economic leaders and …

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UBUNTU Foundation

Sector: Agriculture & Rural Development, Children & Youth, Economic Development, Education, Environment & Natural Resources, Food Security, Governance, Health, Human Rights, Other, Social Inclusion, Women & Gender
Location: Southern Africa
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The UBUNTU Foundation is dedicated to the education and support of indigenous peoples who have lost their traditional territories and sources of livelihood. The Foundation in particular supports the San People in Southern Africa by strengthening the San’s awareness of their own culture and traditions and by training them in general life skills needed to generate income. They mostly …

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ASKO EUROPA Foundation

Sector: Education, Governance, Other, Research, Technology & Innovation
Location: Europe
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Founded in 1990, the ASKO EUROPA Foundation is the philanthropic arm of the ASKO Deutsche Kaufhaus AG and the ASKO Vereinigung e. V. based in Saarbrücken. The purpose of the Foundation is to promote science and research, adult education and vocational training. In particular, this includes the promotion of the following: (1) scientific, educational or other institutions and organisations focused …

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Rising Tide Foundation

Sector: Children & Youth, Education, Health, Research, Technology & Innovation, Social Inclusion
Location: Bosnia and Herzegovina, Guatemala, Israel, Kenya, Lithuania, South Africa
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The Rising Tide Foundation is an empowering organisation established by an entrepreneur who sees an opportunity when others see impossibility. The Foundation's mission is to support those who are most vulnerable to critical issues and who are willing and ready to take on responsibility are the most effective agents of change to solve their own problems and become a …

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Association for the Promotion of Sciences in Africa (APSA)

Sector: Agriculture & Rural Development, Economic Development, Education, Environment & Natural Resources, Research, Technology & Innovation
Location: Africa
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The Association for the Scientific Promotion of Africa (APSA) was created in 2008 by D. Iagolnitzer, J. Magnen and V. Rivasseau. APSA's aim is to organise events and competitions to stimulate the scientific development of Africa by Africans. It therefore regularly brings together young African scientists working in France. APSA also contributes to the financing of schools and scientific …

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Erik Thunes Legat

Sector: Children & Youth, Economic Development, Education, Social Inclusion, Women & Gender
Location: Africa, Asia
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The Erik Thunes Legat's main purpose is to support charity work for marginalised children and children who are in need of medical attention or financial support. The Foundation has an annual funding volume of several million DKK. 2) Thematic areas Children and youth in need Education and health Social inclusion Economic development 3) Focus Countries They have no focus countries and mainly …

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Donald Forrester Trust

Sector: Children & Youth, Education, Health, Social Inclusion, Women & Gender
Location: worldwide
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The Donald Forrester Trust was established under a deed dated 11th December 1986 by Gwyneth Forrester in memory of her late husband Donald who died on 25th February 1985. They provide funding to UK-registered charities working in the fields of social inclusion, the Elderly, children and youth, education, health, and any other social welfare areas. 3) Focus Countries Social …

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War on Want

Sector: Economic Development, Education, Governance, Human Rights, Other, Peace & Conflict Resolution
Location: worldwide
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War on Want is part of a movement of people who are committed to global justice. Their mission is to fight against the root causes of poverty and human rights violation. To that end, (1) they have global partnerships with grassroots social movements, trade unions and workers’ organisations to empower and capacity build people to fight for their own rights; …

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Goekel Foundation

Sector: Children & Youth, Disability, Economic Development, Education, Environment & Natural Resources, Other, Social Inclusion, Women & Gender
Location: worldwide
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The Gölkel Foundation (Gölkel Stiftung) is a Frankfurt-based Foundation that provides funding for projects in the following programmatic areas: (1) children and youth/education/social inclusion of migrants (especially early development and education); (2) arts and culture; (3) environment and nature protection; and (4) development cooperation. 2) Thematic Interest Marginalised children and youth Social inclusion (e.g. of migrants and refugees) …

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Quona Capital

Sector: Economic Development, Research, Technology & Innovation
Location: worldwide
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Quona Capital was formed with a simple idea: technology has the power to radically improve the quality, access, and affordability of financial services for underserved consumers and businesses in Sub-Saharan Africa, Latin America, and Asia. They are therefore empowering entrepreneurs building a more financially inclusive world by connecting them with the ideas, innovation, and capital they need to help solve challenges for …

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Ian Potter Foundation

Sector: Agriculture & Rural Development, Children & Youth, Economic Development, Education, Environment & Natural Resources, Health, Other, Research, Technology & Innovation
Location: worldwide
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The Ian Potter Foundation is a major Australian philanthropic foundation that supports and promotes excellence and innovation. The Foundation was established in 1964 by Australian financier, businessman and philanthropist, Sir Ian Potter (1902 – 1994). Its major program areas are: (1) arts; (2) community well-being; (3) education; (4) environment and conservation; (5) health; (6) medical research; and (7) international …

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