Thursday, 6 December 2012

Czech Embassy Grant Opportunity for Small Local Projects

The Embassy of the Czech Republic in New Delhi has announced a call for proposals as part of its funding for local projects in Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal and Sri Lanka in 2013.

Small Local Projects (“SLPs”) are the development projects financed by the Government of the Czech Republic, identified by the Embassy of the Czech Republic in New Delhi (hereinafter “Embassy”) and after the approval of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Czech Republic also administrated by the Embassy.

Projects purpose is to support positive changes in the country. The scope of content might vary from equipment supply (schools, hospitals, training institutions), development activities implementation, educational and training activities, capacity building, environmental protection, agriculture development etc. SLPs should also contribute to visibility of the Czech Republic and improve understanding of the Czech Republic as a donor country. Small local project can be a part of bigger (e.g. international) project.

SLPs are carried out by local subjects qualified to realize development cooperation projects (NGOs, cooperatives, administrative-territorial entities, local institutions, local communities etc. working in the areas of education, health, culture, development etc.). There is a need to prove 3 years of existence of applicant’s organization and experience with past cooperation with international donors.

Complete applications (identification form and budget proposal) are to be sent by email by 13 December 2012. For more information, visit this link.

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