|Donor:||Addax and Oryx Foundation|
|Application procedure:||Online Application|
|Eligible applicants:||Non-Profit Organisation|
|Grant size:||Medium - up to $1,000,000|
|Minimum grant size:||-|
|Total available budget:||2.000.000$|
|Maximum grant size:||-|
|Funding ratio:||up to 100%|
- Agriculture & Rural Development
- Children & Youth
- Climate Change
- Economic Development
- Environment & Natural Resources
- Food Security
- Social Inclusion
- Water & Sanitation
- Women & Gender
Benin, Burkina Faso, Cameroon, Chad, Egypt, Eswatini, Ethiopia, Ghana, Guinea Bissau, Ivory Coast, Kenya, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Morocco, Niger, Nigeria, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Tanzania, Togo, Uganda, Zambia
Israel, Jordan, Palestine, Syria
The mission of the Addax and Oryx Foundation is to fight the root causes of poverty in Africa and the Middle East, by supporting projects focused on four core areas: health, education, community development, and environment. They give priority to projects that take a holistic approach, incorporating more than one of their core areas, in recognition of their inter-dependence in the fight against poverty.
Projects must also be anchored in local communities, with individual and collective participation and empowerment, to ensure that actions are relevant and viable for the long-term. They give preference to projects run by highly committed and professional individuals who are directly involved in the projects they propose, and to smaller organisations that do not have access to major governmental or agency funding.
Non-profit, non-governmental organisations with a proven experience and competence in the proposed area of activity and demonstrated budget efficiency and transparency in the use of funds.
They fund projects in Africa and Middle East.
Their annual funding volume amounts to up to $1,000,000.
Applicants can either upload an existing project proposal document or fill out the Initial Funding Request form on the organisations website. Selected projects are submitted to the Foundation’s Board, which meets 3-4 times per year. Once a project is approved by the Foundation’s Board, it is the subject of a Funding Agreement that defines precisely the duties of the implementing organisation towards the Foundation and vice versa. Around 3-4 projects are approved in each board meeting.