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Al Madad Foundation 
Type of project: Development and improvement of educational experiences of refugee and displaced children. Preference will be given to: capacity building within local civil society organisations to tailor creative and innovative alternative education opportunities; wellbeing schemes for introduction into existing educational systems which support refugee and displaced children; research around current education schemes for Syrian refugee children and the extent of their impact after 8 years of conflict.
Location: Lebanon
Eligibility: Charities registered in the country in which they are headquartered with an annual income of £5,000-£500,000 and three years' consecutive accounts.
Grant size: up to £20,000
Closing date: 18 March
Apply: https://www.almadadfoundation.org/news/education-grant-2019-call-for-proposals 

The Abdul Aziz Al Ghurair Refugee Education Fund
Type of project: New solutions in refugee education that can improve impact at scale at the secondary, vocational and tertiary levels of education for refugee youth.
Location: Jordan or Lebanon
Eligibility: Applying organizations must have experience in at least one successful program with refugees (Syrian and/or Palestinian); be able to demonstrate proof of concept and potential for scale; be a non-profit organization; be registered in either Jordan and /or Lebanon or have programs or partners based here.
Closing date: 19 March
Apply: http://www.alghurairfoundation.org/en/content/abdul-aziz-al-ghurair-refugee-education-fund-call-proposals-0 

The Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland
Type of project: Applicants should choose one thematic area from: (1) Promotion of Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights globally, regionally and locally, especially among vulnerable women and girls; (2) Promotion of tax justice and transparency in the Sub-Saharan Africa; (3) Fostering an enabling environment for civil society, especially by enhancing freedom of speech and opportunities for influencing policymaking; (4) Ending impunity for human rights violations, increasing accountability and strengthening victims’ access to justice; (5) Supporting Human Rights defenders and fostering an enabling environment to promote such work; (6) Strengthening legal implementation to address discriminatory practices impeding economic social and cultural rights.
Location: Developing countries
Eligibility: The INGO must have: at least three different nationalities represented in its governing structures; operations in more than two countries; been registered and/or legally competent for at least two years; funding from at least one other source.
Grant size:
(1) SRHR: up to €5m available for up to 3 grants;
(2) Tax justice: up to €1.5m available for up to 2 grants;
(3) Civil Society: Up to €0.5m available for up to 2 grants;
(4) Human Rights Impunity: up to €1m available for 1 grant;
(5) Human Rights Defenders: up to €3m available for up to 3 grants;
(6) Economic, Social and Cultural Rights: up to €1m available for 1 grant;
Closing date: 21 March
Apply: https://um.fi/support-for-international-non-governmental-organizations-ingos- 

Global Challenges Research Fund Networking Grant
Type of project: This scheme is targeted at experienced researchers who are looking to form new international collaborations and networking events between researchers in developing countries and the UK to generate innovative research ideas aimed at addressing global challenges.
Eligibility: Applications are eligible from researchers affiliated to institutions in DAC-listed countries in collaboration with researchers within eligible UK higher education institutions (HEIs). Lead applicants must not be affiliated to a private or commercial organisation.
Grant size: £25,000 over 12 months
Closing date: 21 March
Apply: https://acmedsci.ac.uk/grants-and-schemes/grant-schemes/gcrf-networking-grants 

The Souter Charitable Trust
Type of project: Projects engaged in the relief of human suffering and those which especially, but not exclusively, those with a Christian emphasis and ethos.
Location: Worldwide
Eligibility: UK registered CSOs only
Grant size: £1,000 - £3,000
Closing date: 22 March
Apply: https://www.soutercharitabletrust.org.uk/guidelines.aspx 

The Minor Foundation for Major Challenges
Type of project: Innovative communication projects which aim to influence public opinion and increase political support for cutting greenhouse gas emissions and man-made climate change
Location: Worldwide
Eligibility: Registered CSOs.
Closing date: 22 March
Apply: http://www.minor-foundation.no/?urlname=application-process 

Comic Relief Children Survive & Thrive: Rise and Shine
Type of project: Child-centred best practice approaches to addressing the comprehensive development needs of children during their early years, up to and including their transition to primary school.
Location: Kenya, Malawi and the UK.
Eligibility: Applications from organisations that are registered in the country where the work will take place will be prioritised. The applicant organisation must have a minimum annual income of £250,000 a year in the UK, or £75,000 in Kenya or Malawi, and a maximum annual income of no more than £10 million, as shown in your most recent annual accounts. No more the 40% of an organisation’s future annual income can be funded. This limit applies to the overall funding amount for your organisation and includes any funding distributed to partners.
Grant size: Up to £150,000 in the UK and up to £300,000 in Kenya and Malawi over 3 to 5 years. Larger investments may be available in some cases
Deadline: 22 March. 12 noon GMT
Apply: https://www.comicrelief.com/funding/current-opportunities/children-survive-and-thrive-rise-and-shine

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Neglected Tropical Diseases Data Innovation Incubator
Type of project: Innovative ideas (digital or non-digital) to improve the quality, completeness and timeliness of routine NTD data and to ensure programmatic decision-making is based on the best available data. This will help target interventions to all at-risk populations, achieve high intervention coverage and maximal impact on infection and morbidity. All applicants should have an existing partnership or be willing to partner with Ministry of Health, country NTD programs, or other relevant country representatives to ensure the proposed solutions are fit for purpose in that country context.
Location: Worldwide
Eligibility: International and local organisations, including non-profit organizations, for- profit companies, international organizations, government agencies and academic institutions.
Grant size: Funding will support proof-of-concept testing of the proposed solution with a maximum budget of $200,000 USD for up to 6 months of work.
Closing date: 25 March
Apply: https://gcgh.grandchallenges.org/challenge/neglected-tropical-diseases-data-innovation-incubator 

United Nations Voluntary Fund on Disability Small Grants Program
Type of project: Examples of fundable projects include those which Promote greater awareness and implementation of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities; Build capacity of stakeholders to improve livelihoods and well-being of persons with disabilities; Foster knowledge exchange and dissemination of inclusive and accessible policies and practices.
Location: Developing countries
Closing date: 31 March
Apply: https://www.un.org/development/desa/disabilities/about-us/united-nations-voluntary-fund-on-disability.html

US Embassy in Burkina Faso Self-Help Program
Type of project: community groups carrying out small development projects. The projects must be initiated by and benefit the community by increasing income or improving living conditions. If the project is designed to generate income, it must be truly community-based and not a for-profit enterprise or sole proprietorship. Proposals can be made in collaboration with local development agencies or local or international NGOs active in the region.
Location: Burkina Faso
Eligibility: Applicants must be made by local citizens representing local community organisations or NGOs. The Self-Help Program cannot fund political, religious, military, or recreational activities. Funds cannot be used for administrative costs, transportation, training, scholarships, consumable items, vehicles, or to finance repairs. Funds are not provided to government agencies.
Grant size: The maximum grant is $10,000 over 1 year.
Closing date: 31 March
Apply: https://bf.usembassy.gov/education-culture/self-help-program/ 

Mama Cash
Type of project: Projects supporting the human rights of women’s, girls’ , trans and intersex people. While a large portion of our grant making budget goes to grant renewals, we do aim to have space for new groups every year. Mama Cash will receive Letters of Interest from applicants who are not current grantee-partners from 1 February - 31 March 2019, 11:59 pm CEST.
Location: The Global South and East
Eligibility: Mama Cash is open to supporting informal, unregistered groups of activists, or networks, or coalitions of organisations based in the Global South and East. applicants must be self-led by the women, girls, trans people and/or intersex they serve.
Grant size: €5.000 to €50.000 per year. Our average grant size is between €20.000 and €30.000 per year. for an organisation or initiative we have not supported before, Mama Cash always starts with a single-year grant.
Closing date: 31 March
Apply: https://www.mamacash.org/en/apply-for-a-grant-1 

World Habitat Awards 2019
Type of project: Housing projects and approaches that demonstrate practical, innovative and sustainable solutions to current housing issues; including projects which are already being implemented or are completed and those which bring benefits such as energy or water saving, income generation, social inclusion, community and individual empowerment, health benefits, capacity building or education.
Location: Worldwide
Eligibility: Any individual, organisation or government. More than one entry can be made by the same individual or organisation.
Prize: a prize of £10,000 is made to each of the two winning projects.
Closing date: 31 March
Apply: https://www.world-habitat.org/world-habitat-awards/how-to-enter/ 

The Nordic Development Fund & EEP Africa
Type of project: Promoting leadership and economic opportunities for women across the clean energy sector, including biofuels liquid, biogas, cookstoves, energy efficiency, geothermal, hydropower, solar PV, solar thermal, solid biomass, waste to energy, wind
power etc. Projects should offer innovative approaches to gender inclusion which support core business objectives and growth. Evaluated is based on concept innovation, development impact, business model and financial sustainability. Project sectors:
Location: Botswana, Burundi, Kenya, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Rwanda, Seychelles, South Africa, Swaziland, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia and Zimbabwe.
Eligibility: Companies (including start-ups), Non-profit Organisations and Social Enterprises. Applications from women entrepreneurs and women-led organisations are strongly encouraged.
Grant size: Applicants can apply for early-stage grants and repayable grants between EUR 200,000 – 500,000. The minimum required co-financing is 30% of the total project budget.
Closing date: 2 April
Apply: https://eepafrica.org/eep-africa-to-open-a-gender-themed-call-for-proposals/ 

Global Challenge Research Fund International Collaboration Awards
Type of project: Sustainable collaborative partnerships between outstanding researchers in the UK and the best research groups in developing countries to generate new approaches to the most significant and complex problems faced by developing countries. These include areas such as resilient food systems; health and wellbeing; education; clean air, water and sanitation; sustainable energy; human rights; good governance and social justice.
Location: Developing countries
Eligibility: The UK applicant (a UK University, not-for-profit research institutions or research councils) and overseas co-applicant must both be research leaders of international standing with an established track record in their field of research.
Grant size: Up to £75,000 per year. A contribution to overhead and administrative costs is not permitted.
Closing date: 4 April
Apply: https://royalsociety.org/grants-schemes-awards/grants/international-collaborations/ 

THET Africa Grants Programme 2019-20 Start-Up Grants
Type of project: The Start-up Grants will help to facilitate the development of new and effective health partnerships between UK institutions and their counterparts overseas working in Essential Surgery and Anaesthesia or Community Health. They are designed to meet the costs of the activities necessary to establish and formalise a health partnership. It will be expected that the start-up grant will fund a needs assessment.
Location: Partnerships between the UK or Ireland and the following countries: Benin
Cote d’Ivoire Eritrea Ethiopia Gambia Lesotho Madagascar Malawi Mozambique Rwanda Senegal Somalia (including Somaliland) Togo
Eligibility: The partnership must be new or have been working together for six months or less
Grant size: £5,000 - £10,000
Closing date: 7 April
Apply: https://www.thet.org/our-work/grants/africa-grants-programme/africa-grants-programme-2019-2020/

DFID & the Medical Research Council African Leader Research Scheme
Type of project: Strengthen research leadership by attracting and retaining talented individuals who will lead high-quality research programmes on key global health issues pertinent to Sub-Saharan Africa. The African Research Leader should be supported by an enthusiastic local research environment and by a strong linkage with a UK partner. Applications from female scientists are particularly welcomed.
Location: Sub-Saharan Africa
Eligibility: The scheme is offered to candidates employed by eligible institutions based in sub-Saharan Africa that provide a strong research environment. This can include government higher education institutions including universities and research institutions, and non-profit or public benefit research organisations, foundations, institutions and centres. The African Research Leader will be nominated by a UK based principal investigator (PI) as part of the partnership between the two institutions. The application must be submitted by the PI.
Grant size: Awards should not exceed £750,000 in total.
Closing date: 9 April
Apply: https://mrc.ukri.org/funding/browse/arl-2019/mrc-dfid-african-research-leader-scheme-2019/#Scheme 

National Geographic Conservation Technologies
Type of project: New methods of monitoring Ecosystem Health. Examples include new processing techniques for satellite data, advanced wildlife camera traps, or globally networked chemical and physical sensors.
Location: Worldwide
Grant size: Typical proposal requests should be less than $50,000; however, applicants may request up to $150,000. Up to 15 percent can be used for institutional overhead, applicable only for grants of at least $50,000.
Closing date: 10 April
Apply: https://www.nationalgeographic.org/grants/grant-opportunities/conservation-technologies/ 

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Grand Challenges Explorations Emerging Technologies for New Solutions in Global Health
Type of project: Priority areas include infectious diseases, disease surveillance, pregnancy and birth, child growth and development, vaccines, drugs, and diagnostics. Emerging technologies could include artificial intelligence, materials science, wearable sensors, synthetic biology, nanotechnology, microscopy, augmented and virtual reality, geospatial mapping, robotics, and DNA sequencing.
Location: Worldwide
Eligibility: Foreign and domestic organizations, including non-profit organizations, for-profit companies, international organizations, government agencies, and academic institutions.
Grant size: $100,000
Closing date: 10 April
Apply: https://gcgh.grandchallenges.org/challenge/emerging-technologies-new-solutions-global-health-priority-areas-round-23 

Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation Grand Challenges Explorations Increasing Demand for Vaccination Services
Type of project: Projects should focus on one or both of the following: (1) Novel approaches for providing practical knowledge about vaccines and vaccination services to caregivers; (2) Novel approaches for improving the convenience of accessing services from a caregiver perspective.
Location: Worldwide
Eligibility: Foreign and domestic organizations, including non-profit organizations, for-profit companies, international organizations, government agencies, and academic institutions.
Grant size: $100,000
Closing date: 10 April
Apply: https://gcgh.grandchallenges.org/challenge/increasing-demand-vaccination-services-round-23 

Skills Initiative for Africa (SIFA)
Type of project: Modern work place skills development, building the capacity of public and private training institutions to deliver quality skills programs for youth in priority growth sectors. Proposals must include specific measures to address the needs or employment opportunities for women, youth and vulnerable groups, including refugees, migrants and internally displaced persons, the disadvantaged and disabled (e.g. female and youth enrolment, advocacy strategies and retention and job placements).
Location: Cameroon
Eligibility: The lead must be a domestic public or privately accredited training provider including a registered, domestic NGO or Foundation accredited to offer skills training. The Primary Partner must be a domestic private sector entity. International NGOs accredited to offer skills training can be Secondary Partners.
Grant size: Up to EUR 3 million per project
Closing date: 15 April
Apply: https://www.skillsafrica.org/apply 

Global Challenge Research Fund Ensuring resilience enhances the Sustainable Development Goals
Type of project: Systematic and rigorous research on the ways in which climate change adaptation, humanitarian action, risk management and resilience can enable pathways for transition to sustainable development, ensuring equity across poor and marginalised communities in developing countries. The call is structured around four areas: Transformative adaptation; Survivor-led humanitarian response; Enhancing local capacity through understanding and reducing risk; Risk management-development co-benefits.
Location: Low- and Middle-Income Countries on the DAC list
Eligibility: Proposals must be led by a researcher at an eligible UK research organisation. If the applicants intend to generate impact via INGOs they should explain why this is likely to lead to greater impacts than working directly with stakeholders in-country. Non-academic partners from outside the UK cannot be co-investigators, however they can be included as project partners or employed on a consultancy basis. Similarly, if including a third sector UK coinvestigator, you must ensure that all associated costs are fully justified and do not exceed 30% of the overall cost of the grant.
Grant size: up to £1 million
Closing date: 17 April
Apply: https://esrc.ukri.org/funding/funding-opportunities/gcrf-equitable-resilience-ensuring-resilience-enhances-the-sustainable-development-goals/ 

DFID UK Aid Direct Community Partnerships Grants
Type of project: Projects which address any of the Global Goals and deliver sustained poverty reduction for the most vulnerable and marginalised populations. A portion of available funding will be reserved for projects addressing urban poverty.
Location: Projects can take place in one or more project country, made up of the lowest 50 countries in the UN HDI or a DFID priority country. See links below.
Eligibility: Small, non-governmental organisations who have an average income of less than £1,000,000 per annum for the past 3 years may apply. Formal consortiums may also apply. The average annual income of each consortium member organisation must also be less than £1,000,000. Such organisations must either be registered as a not-for-profit organisation in the UK; or registered in one of the lowest 50 countries in the UN Human Development Index (HDI) or in one of the countries that DFID considers to be of high or moderate fragility.
Grant size: up to £250,000 for projects lasting three years or less. No match-funding is required.
Closing date: 17 April
Apply: https://www.ukaiddirect.org/news/new-uk-aid-direct-funding-round-opening/ 

DFID UK Aid Direct Impact Grants
Type of project: Projects which address any of the Global Goals and deliver sustained poverty reduction for the most vulnerable and marginalised populations. A portion of available funding will be reserved for projects addressing urban poverty.
Location: Projects can take place in one or more project country, made up of the lowest 50 countries in the UN HDI or a DFID priority country. See links below.
Eligibility: medium sized NGOs or consortiums of NGOs that are registered as a not-for-profit organisation may apply. Applicants must be registered in either the UK, one of the lowest 50 countries in the UN Human Development Index (HDI) or in one of the countries that DFID considers to be of high or moderate fragility. Applicants must have an average annual income of less than £10 million for the past three years to be eligible. For formal consortium applications, the average annual income of each consortium member organisation must be less than £10,000,000.
Grant size: £250,001 and £4,000,000 for projects lasting three to five years. DFID will provide up to 75% of the total project costs. Applicants must ‘match fund’ the remaining 25% (or more) from their own resources or another external source. Match funding cannot comprise gift-in-kind.
Closing date: 17 April
Apply: https://www.ukaiddirect.org/apply/impact/ 

Unitaid
Type of project: Projects which accelerate the development of existing medicines into long-acting products which treat and/or prevent diseases affecting Low- and Middle-Income Countries, notably HIV, TB and malaria and the management of antimicrobial resistance.
Location: Low- and Middle-Income Countries
Eligibility: Unitaid can provide grants to NGOs. The applicant needs to demonstrate prior experience implementing projects of this nature, including capacity to address concerns of and seek input and buy-in from key civil society groups at all stages of the proposal.
Grant size: Unitaid does not specify minimum or maximum grant sizes
Closing date: 23 April
Apply: https://unitaid.org/call-for-proposal/accelerating-impact-of-long-acting-technologies-in-low-and-middle-income-countries-lmics/#en 

USAID West Africa Atrocities Prevention
Type of project: Projects should improve civilian security and strengthen community resilience with the goal of preventing atrocities in countries vulnerable to extremist and communal violence. Possible programme activities may include: supporting the creation and local management of a communication and/or early warning systems; training for community leaders to engage effectively with local security actors and increase community-government collaboration to promote civilian security; and promoting reconciliation and inter-communal dialogues in areas affected by ethnic conflict.
Location: Mali, Cameroon or Cote d’Ivoire.
Eligibility: U.S.-based and foreign-based non-government organisations and public international organisations; private, public, or state institutions of higher education; and for-profit organisations or businesses. Preference will be given to applicants that include partnerships with and/or sub-grants to local organisations.
Grant size: 1 grant of $880,000 over 18 – 24 months
Closing date: 26 April
Apply: https://www.grants.gov/web/grants/view-opportunity.html?oppId=313468 

Feminist Review Trust
Type of project: Lesbian and transgender rights; Violence against women and girls; Disabled women and girls; Refugee women and girls
Location: Worldwide
Eligibility: UK and International CSOs supporting women may apply
Grant size: Maximum £15,000 although trustees are more likely to provide partial funding. It is therefore helpful if you can identify different sub-elements in your application.
Closing date: 30 April
Apply: http://www.feminist-review-trust.com/guidelines/ 

OWISA
Type of project: OSIWA works to support the creation of open societies in West Africa marked by functioning democracy, good governance, the rule of law, basic freedoms, and widespread civic participation. Focus areas include: economic governance and advancement justice reform and the rule of law free; quality and independent media equality and anti-discrimination democratic practice.
Location: Benin, Côte D’Ivoire, Ghana, Guinea, Liberia, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Senegal.
Eligibility: Local organizations based in West Africa. In rare and limited circumstances, West Africa-based international organizations may apply if they have a strong commitment to transferring knowledge to local groups they partner with. Grants can also go to government institutions as well as regional and sub-regional organizations. All organizations must be legally incorporated in their countries of intervention.
Grant size: There is no set maximum amount for funding.
Closing date: 30 April
Apply: http://www.osiwa.org/grants/ 

SUEZ Foundation
Type of project: The SUEZ Foundation supports projects promoting access to essential water, sanitation and waste services for disadvantaged populations. Projects should include the active implication of the populations concerned; the reinforcement of knowledge and expertise; sustainability and innovation.
Location: Urban and peri-urban areas of developing countries will be prioritised.
Eligibility: International solidarity organizations and non-profit making specialized institutions may apply.
Grant size: Whilst they cannot be the sole funder, the Foundation will review all projects, regardless of their size. It can award up to 50% of the project’s total budget.
Closing date: Project applications received before 30 April 2019 will be presented at the Board of Directors Meeting in October.
Apply: https://www.fondation-suez.com/en/ 

The Jana Robeyst Trust Fund
Type of project: Wildlife conservation. The Fund provides financial resources to early career scientists or conservationists and non-profit organisations to carry out vital field conservation and research work in Africa. Priority will be given to projects related to the conservation of forest elephants. Education projects will also be considered as will travel to conferences or equipment purchase.
Location: Worldwide
Eligibility: Individuals or organizations based anywhere in the world.
Grant size: Up to €1,500
Deadline: 30 April
Apply: http://janatrustfund.org/Application%20conditions.pdf 

The Open Society Initiative for West Africa (OSIWA)
Type of project: OSIWA works to support the creation of open societies in West Africa marked by functioning democracy, good governance, the rule of law, basic freedoms, and widespread civic participation. The following specific themes are supported: Economic Governance and Advancement; Justice Reform and the Rule of Law; Free, Quality and Independent Media; Equality and Anti-Discrimination; Democratic Practice
Location: Benin, Côte D’ivoire, Ghana, Guinea, Liberia, Mali, Niger, Nigeria, Sierra Leone, Senegal.
Eligibility: Legally incorporated local organizations based in West Africa. In limited circumstances, OSIWA provides support to West Africa-based international organizations with a strong commitment to transferring knowledge to local groups they partner with. government institutions as well as regional and sub-regional organizations working in our core priority areas may also apply.
Grant: There is no set maximum amount. 
Closing date: 30 April
Apply: http://www.osiwa.org/grants/ 

UN Capital Development Fund's FinTech Innovation Fund
Type of project: Pilot innovative technology-enabled financial service solutions to overcome the access to finance barriers faced by women-owned, led or managed enterprises.
Location: Bangladesh, Cambodia, Fiji, Myanmar, Nepal, Samoa and Vietnam.
Eligibility: Regulated Financial Institutions (Banks, MFIs); Payment Service Providers; Agent Banking Aggregators; Mobile Network Operators; Technology providers; FMCG/Agriculture companies; FinTech companies and registered NGOs may apply.
Grant size: Up to $50,000
Closing date: 30 April
Apply: https://mailchi.mp/uncdf/innovation-fund 

Global Challenges Research Fund Early Child Education 2019
Type of project: Research that will inform Early Childhood Education policy and practice that enables children to reach their developmental potential and gain the knowledge and skills they need for success in school.
Location: Low- and Middle-Income Countries on the DAC list
Eligibility: Proposals are invited from research organisation eligible for UKRI funding across the UK. Co-investigators may be based anywhere in the world.
Grant size: Up to £2 million
Closing date: 1 May
Apply: https://esrc.ukri.org/funding/funding-opportunities/gcrf-early-child-education-2019/ 

Jean Sainsbury Trust
Type of project: General running costs associated with the rescue, rehabilitation and re-homing or release of domestic, wild and exotic animals. Charities that bring animals from overseas to the UK will not receive support unless they are also supporting ongoing work in the country of origin.
Location: Applicants can be working in the UK or overseas.
Eligibility: The Trust favours applications from smaller charities registered in the UK.
Grant size: £1,000 - £10,000
Closing date: 1 May
Apply: https://www.jeansainsburyanimalwelfare.org.uk/applications/ 

World Food Prize
Type of project: Significant, individual achievement along the food production and distribution chain that has advanced human development by improving the quality, quantity or availability of food. The Selection Committee especially welcomes the nominations of individuals who have worked across political boundaries to feed hungry people in a way that promotes peaceful resolution of conflict.
Location: Worldwide
Eligibility: Any academic institution, private or public organisation, or governmental unit may submit a nomination for the World Food Prize. Individuals may generate nominations, but the nomination must be endorsed by, and submitted through eligible entities.
Grant size: $250,000
Closing date: 1 May
Apply: https://www.worldfoodprize.org/index.cfm?nodeID=87515&audienceID=1 

The Open Technology Fund's Internet Freedom Fund
Type of project: Projects and people working on open and accessible technology-centric projects that promote human rights, internet freedom, open societies, and help advance inclusive and safe access to global communications networks for at-risk users including journalists, human rights defenders, civil society activists, and every-day people living within repressive environments who wish to speak freely online.
Location: Worldwide
Eligibility: U.S. or foreign non-government organisations, non-profit university or research institutions in any country.
Grant size: $50,000 and $200,000. Please note this is a performed based contract with payment issued on completion of stated objectives, activities, and deliverables.
Closing date: 1 May
Apply: https://www.opentech.fund/funds/internet-freedom-fund/ 

Global Challenges Research Fund
Type of project: New research building upon and scaling up existing UK Official Development Assistance investments in food systems, to maximise the potential for impact in addressing the double burden of malnutrition (under- and over-nutrition). Addressing this double burden is key to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals.
Location: Low- and Middle-Income Countries on the DAC list
Eligibility: We expect partnerships between academics, NGOs, policymakers and practitioners in both the Global North and South, allowing for the co-creation of integrated and crosscutting activities, and the equitable sharing of responsibilities. Proposals must be led by UK researchers eligible for UKRI funding, and partnerships with eligible Co-Investigators based in any of the DAC countries.
Grant size: Up to £1 million
Closing date: 7 May
Apply: https://bbsrc.ukri.org/funding/filter/2019-double-burden-malnutrition/ 

USAID Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Partnerships and Learning for Sustainability
Type of project: Those which support learning around innovative behaviour change approaches to safely manage and/or dispose of poultry excreta in the home, with the goal of reducing health risks to infants and children under the age of 5. These innovations may focus on, but are not limited to, behaviour change promotion or combinations of technology and promotion in the following areas: animal containment; animal faeces management; protective child play spaces; domestic hygiene.
Location: One or more of the following countries: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Cambodia, DRC, Ethiopia, Ghana, Haiti, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Liberia, Madagascar, Malawi, Mali, Mozambique, Nepal, Nigeria, Pakistan, Philippines, Rwanda, Senegal, South Sudan, Tanzania, Uganda, Zambia.
Eligibility: The following may apply: Non-U.S. NGOs – either non-profit or for-profit organizations not affiliated with a foreign government; U.S. entities or non-profit organizations; Private foundations and universities.
Grant size: $50,000 to $300,000
Closing date: 11 May
Apply: http://www.tetratech.com/pdf/download 

The Peter Stebbings Memorial Charity
Type of project: For programmes taking place in developing countries, the focus is on access to education especially for women; basic skills and tools; capacity development; health care training, disease prevention, and low-cost solutions to endemic problems (e.g. trachoma treatment, immunisation programmes); WASH; enhancing women's education, life choices, economic power, reproductive rights and safer childbirth; Microfinance projects aimed at women.
Location: London & developing countries
Eligibility: Registered charities with annual incomes of up to £5m
Grant size: £3,000 - £20,000
Closing date: 13 May
Apply: http://www.peterstebbingsmemorialcharity.org/apply.html 

Chrysalis Trust
Type of project: Relief of poverty and disability, provision of access to shelter, education, healthcare and water, less popular and hard to fund projects.
Location: UK & overseas
Eligibility: UK registered charities may apply
Grant size: £1,000 - £10,000
Closing date: 15 May
Apply: http://www.chrysalis-trust.co.uk/apply.php 

Hilden Charitable Trust
Type of project: UK grant making priorities include homelessness; penal affairs; asylum seekers and refugees; and community-based initiatives for disadvantaged young people aged 16 to 25. Overseas grant making priorities include community development; education; and health. Trustees will particularly welcome projects that address the needs and potential of girls and women.
Location: UK and developing countries
Eligibility: UK registered NGOs and local NGOs may apply. Hilden hope that UK NGOs will encourage their local partners to apply directly. Local NGOs based overseas a history of working for at least 5 years and have an income of over £25,000 in their last 2 financial years, but no more than £100,000. UK charities must have a history of working overseas for at least 5 years and have an income of over £100,000 in their last two financial years, but not more than £500,000.
Grant size: Average grants are £5,000. This donor is open to funding general running or core costs.
Closing date: 15 May
Apply: http://www.hildencharitablefund.org.uk/ 

Code - Context Matters Research Grants
Type of project: The 2019 theme is ‘Empowering Girls through Language and Literacy to increase the effectiveness, efficiency and salience of education programming in Africa.’ Grants are designed to foster international partnerships and alliances that bolster Africa’s ability to meet the UN Sustainable Development Goals in the areas of education and gender equality.
Location: Kenya, Ethiopia, Ghana, Sierra Leone, Liberia, Tanzania, Mali, Mozambique, Angola, Benin, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Central African Republic, Chad, Democratic Republic of Congo, Djibouti, Eritrea, Gambia, Guinea, Guinea-Bissau, Lesotho, Madagascar, Malawi, Mauritania, Niger, Rwanda, Sao Tome and Principe, Senegal, Somalia, Sudan, South Sudan, Togo, Uganda, Zambia.
Eligibility: Researchers, academics, and educators who are resident and working in the education sector in the above-named countries.
Grant size: up to five research awards of CAD$ 10,000 each
Closing date: 31 May
Apply: https://code.ngo/context-matters-research-grants#proposals 

Convergence Design Funding
Type of project: Funding to design any blended finance vehicle that aims to use public or philanthropic capital to attract private sector investment to address global development challenges at scale. New applicants can apply for Feasibility Study grants to explore the ability to attract private investors. See grant portfolio for examples of previous grants.
Location: Worldwide
Eligibility: Proposals are only accepted from organizations or consortiums of organizations. The lead organization must be able to provide 1) proof of incorporation, and 2) audited financial statements for the previous fiscal year.
Grant size: $50,000 and $200,000
Closing date: 31 May
Apply: https://www.convergence.finance/design-funding/open-window 

Ongoing International Funding Sources 

The Alan & Babette Sainsbury Charitable Fund
Type of project: Education and young people's employment and projects which promote freedom of speech or advance peace and reconciliation.
Location: Sub-Saharan Africa
Eligibility: Registered charities may apply
Grant size: £5,000 - £25,000
Apply: http://www.sfct.org.uk/how_to_apply.html 

The Headley Trust
Type of project: Access to safe water, promoting better use of water resources and sanitation projects; sustainable farming and livelihood development; helping girls to continue their education beyond primary school, students’ access to secondary and tertiary education and projects to improve the quality of teaching; Trachoma prevention and treatment programmes in Ethiopia and care for mothers and infants in sub-Saharan Anglophone Africa; projects tackling the aftermath of conflict.
Location: Sub-Saharan Africa
Eligibility: Registered charities may apply
Grant size: Small grants of c £1,000 or larger grants of £20,000 - £60,000.
Apply: http://www.sfct.org.uk/how_to_apply.html 

The JJ Charitable Trust
Type of project: Environmental projects, especially community-based agriculture initiatives, which aim to help people help themselves in an environmentally sustainable way.
Location: Sub-Saharan Africa
Eligibility: Registered charities may apply
Grant size: In 2017, the trust made 4 grants totalling 179,000 in this category.
Apply: http://www.sfct.org.uk/how_to_apply.html 

Hazel’s Footprints Trust
Type of project: Projects seeking to improve the quality of education. Funding can be requested for capital expenditure and/or project running costs
Location: Developing countries
Eligibility: Only UK registered charities may apply. Applications must be submitted by mid-February to be considered at our May meeting or by mid-August to be considered our November meeting.
Grant size: £1,000 - £10,000
Apply: https://www.hazelsfootprints.org/grants/education-grant/ 

Scott Bader
Type of project: Past projects have focused on improving education, health, food security and vocational training of refugees in the UK
Location: UK and Africa
Eligibility: Only UK registered charities may apply
Grant size: £500-£2,000
Apply: https://www.scottbader.com/humanity/our-society/how-to-access-funds/ 

Purley Overseas Trust
Type of project: agriculture, health/sociology and education
Location: Developing countries
Eligibility: We only support small organisations with annual turnover less than approx. £20,000 GBP or $30,000.
Grant size: In the range of £200 – £1,000
Apply: http://www.purleyoverseas.org/application-support/ 

Lennox and Wyfold Foundation
Type of project: Focus areas include health or the saving of lives; arts, culture or science; education; religion
Location: UK and overseas
Eligibility: Only UK registered charities may apply
Grant size: Most grants do not exceed £20,000
Apply: http://apps.charitycommission.gov.uk/Accounts/Ends98/0001080198_AC_20180331_E_C.PDF 

Kitchen Table Charities
Type of project: The Trust was created to help small charities. Focus areas include: Primary education; Health, sanitation and clean drinking water; Child and mother care, including street children and maternity services; Poverty alleviation, especially revenue generating projects.
Location: Africa
Eligibility: UK or locally registered CSOs may apply. No part of any grant should be spent in Britain on administration - including salaries and advertising campaigns.
Grant size: Grants rarely exceed £10,000
Apply: http://www.kitchentablecharities.org/grant.htm 

Britford Bridge Trust
Type of project: Poverty relief; education; health and; the arts, culture, heritage or science.
Location: UK & Overseas
Eligibility: registered charities may apply
Grant size: £4,000 - £170,000. Most grants are for c. £10,000.
Apply: thebritfordbridgetrust@brodies.com 

The De Brye Charitable Trust
Type of project: Projects that provide care and housing of older people, orphans and neglected children and for aid to physically disabled children and to the blind. 
Location: UK & Overseas
Eligibility: UK registered charities may apply
Grant size: £1,000 - £10,000
Apply: http://apps.charitycommission.gov.uk/Showcharity/RegisterOfCharities/CharityWithoutPartB.aspx?RegisteredCharityNumber=326226&SubsidiaryNumber=0 

The Miss K M Harbinson Trust
Type of project: Animal welfare, arts and cultural activities, education and training, environmental projects, health and social care, religious activities
Location: UK & Overseas
Grant size: Average grants c. £3,500
Apply: https://stirling.fundingscotland.com/Funds/Fund/a0Rb0000000Ng6ZEAS-harbinson-charitable-trust 

NST Development Trust
Type of project: Small scale projects in Africa, Asia and Latin American where the projects benefit disadvantaged sectors of the community.
Grant size: Total grant making totalled £10,900 in 2017
Apply: http://www.northsouthtravel.co.uk 

Open Gate Trust
Type of project: Grassroots environmental, land-based and sustainable projects which benefit local communities. Applications are particularly welcome from charities that focus on ecological sustainability, schemes advancing social diversity and inclusion.
Location: UK & Overseas
Eligibility: Applications for overseas work must come from UK charities.
Grant size: £500- £2,500
Apply: http://www.opengatetrust.org.uk/contact.html 

Percy Lea Charitable Trust
Type of project: Nature & wildlife conservation, environmental protection, cancer & medical research, education and disadvantaged children
Grant size: Total grant making totalled £14,400 in 2018
Apply: http://beta.charitycommission.gov.uk/charity-details/?regid=1004097&subid=0 

The Alchemy Foundation 
Type of project: WASH, disability, social welfare, personal reform, medical research and aid especially in areas of blindness and disfigurement, individual enterprise and respite for carers. The Foundation can also fund the cost of fundraisers.
Location: UK & Overseas
Grant size: Total granting for 2018 totalled £448,925
Apply: http://beta.charitycommission.gov.uk/charity-details/?subid=0&regid=292500 

The Hemraj Goyal Foundation
Type of project: HGF supports charitable organisations which make an honest and powerful difference to individuals’ lives by providing financial and human resources to those who need our support. HGF distribute funds to organisations who promote education, women and children’s rights and put an end to human trafficking.
Location: UK & Overseas with a focus on Asia 
Apply: https://hgf.org.uk/contact/ 

The Carmela and Ronnie Pignatelli Foundation
Type of project: Projects supporting the young and the disadvantaged through education, reducing poverty and discrimination. The Foundation also supports environmental and animal welfare charities.
Location: The U.K., Africa, Asia and Latin America
Eligibility: UK registered charities may apply
Grant size: Average grants are £2,500
Apply: https://pignatellifoundation.com/contact/ 

The American Express Foundation 
Type of project: Unsolicited applications can be made under the areas: Developing Leaders within non-profit and social purpose organizations working to solve the world's biggest challenges and Serving Communities by building the capacity of non-profits to develop, engage and retain community members as volunteers. 
Location: The USA, Argentina, Australia, Canada, Greater China, France, Germany, India, Italy, Japan, Malaysia, Mexico, Philippines, Singapore, Spain, the UK. 
Eligibility: To be eligible for funding, your organization must certify US tax-exempt status. Organizations outside the U.S. must be able to document non-profit status. 
Apply: https://about.americanexpress.com/grant-applications-and-reports%20 

The Charles Léopold Mayer Foundation for the Progress of Humankind (FPH)
Type of project: FPH will accept and review proposals that meet their missions and focus areas. It provides long-term support for CSOs that address the following themes: Good Governance & Regional Cooperation; Shared Ethics & Responsibility, including projects focused on conflict resolution and Sustainable Development, including supporting biodiversity. The foundation has limited budget to grant support to unsolicited proposals, however it 
Location: Worldwide
Feedback: If the proposal fits in with the foundation’s programmes and financial support cannot be granted, you may be put in touch with foundation partners working in the same area.
Apply: http://www.fph.ch/article3_en.html 

ViiV Healthcare's Positive Action for Girls & Women Fund
Type of project: community-led interventions that target adolescent girls and young women worldwide helping to tackle the harmful cultural norms that both limit their aspirations and increase their vulnerability to HIV. We will seek to fund projects that address one of the following themes: sexual violence, harmful practices, early marriage, and sexual and reproductive health and rights for underserved adolescent girls and young women.
Location: Projects based in resource-limited settings. Uganda and Kenya are extremely competitive countries for funding.
Eligibility: Organisations typically considered for funding include: locally or nationally registered Charitable/Non-Profit Organisations, Community Based Organisations (CBOs), Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) and Social Enterprises. 
Grant size: £5,000 - £25,000 per year for 2 years. The total grant amount requested cannot account for more than 50% of your organisation’s annual income and at least 85% of the budget must be spent in the project country.
Apply: https://www.viivhealthcare.com/en-gb/supporting-the-community/positive-action-programmes/positive-action-for-girls-and-women/ 

The Positive Action for Children Fund (PACF) - Grant Programme
Type of project: support for organisations working to end mother-to-child transmission of HIV. 
Location: special attention is given to Nigeria, Democratic Republic of Congo, Uganda, Ethiopia, Cameroon, Mozambique, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi, Angola, Burundi, Tanzania and Kenya.
Eligibility: All eligibility criteria and guidance is available via the Positive Action Online Community. 
Apply: https://www.viivhealthcare.com/en-gb/supporting-the-community/positive-action-programmes/positive-action-for-children-fund/ 

The Positive Action for Children Fund (PACF) - Technical Assistance
Type of project: Alongside its grant programme, the PACF’s Technical Assistance programme provides capacity-building support to selected PACF-funded community-based organisations identified as requiring additional technical support to implement their funded project. Technical Assistance aims to strengthen community-based organisation capacity by improving their HIV knowledge, internal processes and individual skills. PACF is now inviting organisations with the capacity to provide Technical Assistance to apply to become one of the PACF’s preferred capacity-building partners.
Eligibility: All eligibility criteria and guidance is available via the Positive Action Online Community. 
Apply: https://www.viivhealthcare.com/en-gb/supporting-the-community/positive-action-programmes/positive-action-for-children-fund/ 

Segal Family Foundation
Type of project: Projects working on SRHR and secondary & tertiary education. 
Location: Organizations are more likely to be considered for a grant if they: 1) Operate in a country where the Foundation currently has several other grantee partners; 2) Operate in a country that is not currently involved in armed conflict and 3) Operate in countries where we are actively growing our portfolio: Tanzania, Burundi, Rwanda, and Malawi. 
Eligibility: Priority organisations are: 1) small and early stage; have an annual budget ranging between $50,000 and $500,000; demonstrate at least two years of operations and successful fundraising to support such operations; have paid staff and a board of directors or advisory committee; are legally registered as a non-profit organization in the country of operations. We do not support local affiliates of international organisations.
Grant size: not stated 
Apply: https://www.segalfamilyfoundation.org/grant-seekers/ 

African Women's Development Fund 
Type of project: The Fund is particularly interested in projects working with young women, women facing multiple discrimination, and approaches that include engaging the arts, culture, sports and technology. They focus on the following themes: Body & Health Rights; Economic Security & Justice; Leadership, Participation & Peace. The Fund also awards capacity building grants that focus on advancing organisational growth and development – for example strategic planning, developing fundraising and communications strategies, strengthening organisational governance systems and human resources management.
Location: Africa 
Eligibility: Applicants must be African women’s organisations which are led by a woman and which have a majority female staff and board. They must also be registered in an African country and have been in existence for at least 3 years.
Grant size: The Fund will only consider grants that are less than 50% of an organisation’s annual income and encourages applicants to incorporate adequate budget to cover core operating costs.
Apply: http://awdf.org/main-grants-call-for-applications/ 

ViiV Positive Action for Girls and Women Small Grants Programme
Type of project: Community-led interventions that address either: sexual violence; harmful practices such as female genital mutilation (FGM); early and forced marriage; sexual and reproductive health and rights for underserved and vulnerable girls. Your project must consist of new work that has not been previously funded. It may, however, include projects transferred to a new location(s) and/or include the expansion of a recently tested model or pilot. It may not be a continuation of a previously funded activity/service in the same location.
Location: Funding will be prioritised for projects based in resource-limited settings. Please be aware that we receive many applications from Uganda and Kenya, therefore these are extremely competitive countries for funding.
Eligibility: To be eligible for funding, organisations must be non-governmental and either not-for-profit or have a social purpose. Organisations typically considered for funding include: locally or nationally registered Charitable/Non-Profit Organisations, Community Based Organisations (CBOs), Non-Governmental Organisations (NGOs) and Social Enterprises. 
Grant size: Applicants may apply for funding of £5,000 - £25,000 per year for 2 years. 
Apply: http://gskvideo.edgesuite.net/Viiv/viivhealthcare/pdf_files/master/main/pagw-call-for-proposals-guidance-notes-final-en.pdf 

Gisela Graham Foundation 
Type of project: One of the aims of this trust is to alleviate poverty and deprivation amongst children in less developed countries through care, education, and family support. The next round of grants will be made in the summer of 2019.
Location: Worldwide
Eligibility: Applications will only be considered from corporate bodies and registered charities. 
Grant size: Grants awarded are normally for sums under £10,000, but most donations are for less than £5,000.
Apply: https://ggrahamfoundation.org/apply/ 

The Cumber Family Charitable Trust
Type of project: Agricultural, conservation and rural development work both locally and in developing countries. The Trust also has a preference for projects focusing on welfare, education, medical or disadvantaged children's needs, or those that are agriculturally, or conservation focussed. Preference also goes to longer term projects that do not necessarily appeal to the general public.
Location: UK and overseas
Eligibility: To qualify for our support, your project must be either: working outside the UK; a UK national charity or a charity active in Oxfordshire and Berkshire.
Grant size: Up to £2,000
Apply: https://www.cumberfamilycharitabletrust.org.uk/grants.php 

The Bryan Adams Foundation 
Type of project: The foundation seeks to fund projects that improve the lives of the most vulnerable and disadvantaged people. It supports a broad range of causes around the world with a focus on children in need and education. Project supported include: education; older people; animals; conservation; disaster relief; museums and galleries; recreation facilities; health; medical research.
Location: Worldwide
Eligibility: Registered charities may apply.
Grant Size: £500-£10,000
Apply: http://www.thebryanadamsfoundation.com/index.php?target=grants

The Coles Medlock Foundation
Type of project: The Foundation support international development projects, especially those working in sustainable agriculture, education, infrastructure development, financial independence and healthcare.
Location: Worldwide. Recent projects have taken place in Indonesia, Zambia, India, Tanzania, South Africa, Malawi, Romania, Ghana, Nepal, Mozambique and Sierra Leone.
Grant size: £5,000-£10,000
Apply: http://beta.charitycommission.gov.uk/charity-details/?subid=0&regid=1132780