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Canadian International Development Agency announces two calls for proposals

The Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) rarely issues an international call for proposals, but when it does, it is unfortunately only for Canadian organizations working globally to apply for. Nevertheless, this is an important opportunity since all Canadian applicant organizations need to have local NGO partners in developing countries to submit projects for this opportunity. So if your organization is linked to a Canadian international NGO in your country, then you can propose to it as a local partner if it is submitting a project for these calls.

The calls have been made by the Partnerships with Canadian Branch (PWCB) of the Canadian International Development Agency (CIDA) under its Partners for Development Program.

  • Call for proposals: Partners for Development Program – Projects Under $2M
  • Call for proposals: Partners for Development Program – Projects $2M and Over

Call for proposals: Partners for Development Program – Projects Under $2M

The objective of this call is to support the international work of Canadian organizations that will contribute to Canada’s efforts to effectively reduce poverty through projects and programs that are sustainable, and have clear results that will make a difference in the lives of people in developing countries.

With this call, CIDA will also:

  • concentrate half of PWCB funding in CIDA’s countries of focus and half in other countries eligible for official development assistance and
  • align 80 percent of PWCB funding to CIDA’s priority themes.

This call will fund projects from Canadian organizations in partnership with organizations in developing counties. CIDA will contribute between $100,000 and $2 million to projects for a duration of up to five years.

The deadline for submissions is April 28, 2011 at 14:00 PST (Pacific Standard Time).

For more information, visit this link.

Call for proposals: Partners for Development Program – Projects $2M and Over

The objective of this call is to support the international work of Canadian organizations that will contribute to Canada’s efforts to effectively reduce poverty through projects and programs that are sustainable and have clear results that will make a difference in the lives of those in developing countries.

With this call, CIDA will also:

  • Concentrate half of PWCB funding in CIDA’s countries of focus and half in other countries eligible for official development assistance; and
  • Align 80 percent of PWCB funding to CIDA’s priority themes: increasing food security, securing the future of children and youth, and sustaining economic growth.

This call will fund projects from Canadian organizations in partnership with organizations in developing counties. CIDA will contribute $2 million and over to projects for a duration of up to five years.

The deadline for submissions is 14:00 PST (Pacific Standard Time), March 31, 2011.

For more information, visit this link.

Please note that only Canadian organizations can apply to these calls!


  1. Corinne Willock says:

    ChocoGuateMaya is a Guatemalan NGO that is working to form cooperatives amongst subsistent cacao farmers. Through their work they hope to encourage the continued practice of organic farming and ensure that cacao cooperatives receive fair trade prices in the European and North American markets for their product. ChocoGuateMaya is also trying to bring awareness to evidence indicating that the use of cacao originated in the Mayan areas of Central America. We are trying to find a like-minded Canadian NGO to form a partnership.

  2. Yagya Kumar B.K. says:

    Dalit Welfare Organization (DWO) is a member-based movement-oriented organization of Dalit activists, established to further the cause of Dalits. DWO is working to eliminate caste-based discrimination through 2 main approaches: advocacy and development programme.

    DWO’s vision is to achieve a justifiable society by eliminating caste-based discrimination. It aims to do this by creating opportunities for Dalits to access all sectors of policy making and implementation levels in order to protect and promote their rights, authority and dignity through economic, social, educational and political development by awareness raising, organizational building and empowerment

    The main objective of DWO is to empower Dalits to make them aware of their rights and hence improve their access to education, the nation’s resources and, at the same time, to run livelihood programs to uplift their poor economic condition. DWO believes that Dalits themselves are best placed to achieve this objective but is keen to include non-Dalits as part of the transformation process. As such, its activities focus on Dalits and non-Dalits and take place in all parts of Nepal.

    DWO’s central office is in Kathmandu and is currently staffed by 25 management and employees. DWO is present in 49 district chapters throughout Nepal and current membership is approximately 10,000. In addition to central programs and activities it currently has donor-funded programs in 7 districts. In addition, smaller locally funded programs are implemented in many more districts under local management

    DWO has a network of partner organizations and works closely with national and international organizations (especially in relation to human rights), non-government organizations, community groups/organizations and government organizations at all levels throughout the country.

    DWO is recognized as a big and experienced organization devoted to implementing donor supported Education, Children in Armed Conflict, Political governance, Community Empowerment Project, Media advocacy through Radio/TV programme and Dalit Recruitment projects, in partnership with INGOs.

    Since DWO’s establishment it has undergone many changes and, over the past 2 years, it has been following an OD process in partnership with VSO. DWO now has a clear 5-year strategy and a new Monitoring and Evaluation System is gradually being introduced. It has also developed and is implementing Finance, Personnel and IT policies. Throughout this change programme, which is strengthening DWO’s capacity, DWO members have shown courage, enthusiasm, commitment and a common bond.

    The General Assembly and a series of workshops organized by DWO have mandated DWO to fight against rights-based discrimination and social exclusion for the access of Dalits to economic activities, political and state structures and education in coordination with government, private and non-government institutions. DWO has also been urged to upgrade international linkages and enforce its advocacy programme through better selection and implementation of programs and strengthening of institutional capacity, sustainability, human resource development, networking, alliance building, partnerships and social marketing.

    The political situation and conflict with the Maoist insurgents has in recent years hindered the delivery of donor-driven programs in Nepal. It is clear that Dalits, along with other disadvantaged groups, have suffered. Similarly, the conflict and political situation have made clear strategic planning difficult. Confidence is now higher with the recent return to democracy and Maoist and government ceasefires.

    DWO’s previous experience in political governance

    Throughout its period of existence, DWO has successfully gained experience in the following major areas whilst carrying out activities related to political governance:

    • DWO was successful in ensuring that Dalit issues, priorities and plans were included in both the 9th and 10th five year plans by contributing ideas, opinions and valuable inputs throughout the planning process.

    • DWO has submitted alternative reports to the UN for the effective implementation of international agreements and treaties related to the elimination of all forms of racial and caste discrimination.

    • A DWO team has been involved in monitoring the Nepal government scholarship programme.

    • DWO has successfully accomplished a voting rights awareness campaigning during the mid-term poll of 2051, the local election of 2054 and the lower house election of 2056 in all five development regions.

    • Representatives of DWO were nominated for the District Child Welfare Board in Bardiya, Surkhet and Sunsari to work for the protection and promotion of child rights in collaboration with the Nepal Government.

    • Members of DWO participated in a hunger strike held in Bhadrakali, Kathmandu to demand the formation of the National Dalit Commission.

    • DWO has provided suggestions and lobbied the Council of Ministers, the National Planning Commission, the Minister of Finance and other relevant machinery of the Nepal Government to prepare and announce a Dalit friendly annual plan and budget.

  3. Fabiao Sitoe says:

    Associacao dos Técnicos Agro-Prcuários (ATAP) is a non-profit, non-governmental association working in rural communities of Mozambique since 1997.

    ATAP work on Sustainable Agricultural/Livestock Development, Food Security and nutrition, HIV/AIDS, Gender,and Advocacy and Lobby.

    ATAP has a very good partnership with CIDA’s office in Maputo since 1990′s, and we will appreciate and be much interested to work alongside any Canadian NGO with same interests like ours to support rural communities in Mozambique.

    Please contact us.
    Thank You.

    Fabiao Sitoe

    Executive Director
    Associação dos Técnicos Agro-Pecuários
    Av. Milagre Mabote nº 664,P.O.Box 1872,
    Bairro da Malhangalene B, Maputo – Moçambique

  4. Chris Anaekwe, EHO says:

    While searching for NGO to collaborate with at this recent call for proposal. Please consider inviting our NGO, Evergreen habitat organization (EHO), Nigeria for such collaboration. EHO is a registered NGO based in Abuja, Nigeria/ It is a local environmental NGO that has the capacity to handle environmental degraded problems. We have had our supports from CIDA, UNDP, GEF Small grants program. For further information. Please contact, Chris Anaekwe, EHO President

    Thank you.

  5. Fundacion Sendero (Argentina) says:

    We are a NGO in Argentina working on different social activities with children and teenagers at risk. Our goal is to improve the family dynamic and create stronger bonds between the children and their families.
    We are seeking for a Canadian organization interested in a partnership with us.


    We are pleased to invite any Canadian NGO wishing to work with us here in Uganda. SAVE THE VULNERABLE CHILDREN-UGANDA” (SVCU) is non profit making indigenous NGO working to support all disadvantaged children in providing basic needs such as education, health care, justices, Economic empowerment. As our trademark says “WITHOUT YOU, NO TOMORROW”, we hope any support to vulnerable children will be an investment for future developments. We will be much interested to work alongside any Canadian NGO with same interests like ours to support vulnerable children in Uganda.

  7. IBRAHIM G. WOCHE says:

    Am working for Kenya Minority Rights and Development Forum, a non-profit making organization working with ethnic minorities and pastoralist communities in northern region Kenya.

    The main mission of the forum is to promote human rights and sustainable socio-economic development among the said target groups who are the most marginalized and disregarded vulnerable groups in Kenya.

    We are looking forward to partner with any interested organization from Canada who are willing to help and work with us to achieve the above mission of the forum.

    The forum works with and behalf of ethnic minorities, pastoralist, indigenous people's and other vulnerable groups in northern Kenya with due consideration to age, gender and other factors.

    for more information about our organizational profile, programs and achievements, we shall forward to your organization, only if and when it expressed willingness to work with us.

  8. Sabuli Alex says:

    The name of our organisation is called Community Partnership for Health and Development, we are a local Non-Governmental Organisation operating in the Northern Regions of Ghana. Among our areas of work is Water and Sanitation,Health Care Financing and others mostly in the rural communities.

    It will be appreciated if we could partner with you to help reduce poverty among the less priviladge in our rural communities.

  9. papa otino godfrey says:

    we are alocal registered community based organisation in uganda may you give us your email address and if we can be granted this opportunity to submit in our project proposals for your consideration

  10. Oluseyi Oderinde says:

    Life Cycle Charity Organization is a new NGO based in Nigeria,sub Sahara Africa.The organization's objective is to assist less privileged children,youths and adults in the areas of education,empowerment,health and awareness creation.The organization is run by visionary people with dedication and enthusiasm.We are looking for a Canadian organization to partner with for financial,moral,advisory and technical support considering the infancy of the organization.We would be glad to access support from CIDA.If otherwise we would appreciate your reply.Should you require additional information,do not hesitate to contact us.Thank you.

  11. Rev. Fr. Francis Une says:

    Care for the Child Organisation (CCO) is a not for profit organisation that works for the improvement of quality of lives of Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC) especially those children made orphans and or vulnerable as a result of HIV/AIDS.CCO provide such services as psychosocial support, food and nutrition, educational support, health care services, protection and care and economic streghtening to the caregivers of these OVC or to the older OVC as a sustainability strategy. The organisation is faced with the challenge of funding having experienced first hand the predicament of these OVC as regards to health, education, food and nutrition and shelter and care.

    We will therefore appreciate to be linked with a Canadian Organisation working in same or similar area as we do to enable us access resources through this call.


  12. Kofi Kyerematen says:

    Rural Development and Youth Association (RUDEYA) is an NGO based in Ghana. RUDEYA currently implements projects on poverty reduction ,food security and developing green enterprises for women,youth and marginalized people in rural and forest dependent communities where poverty is a major driver of deforestation and degradation of biodiversity.RUDEYA is looking for a Canadian organisation to partner, to access support from CIDA.

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  14. Elisha Ng'onomo says:

    We are an NGO supporting water and sanitation in Zambia.The name of the organisation is Village Water Zambia (VWZ). We support an integrated approach to water and sanitation in rural communities and schools. In 2010 VWZ received a runner up award from the African Ministers Council on Water (AMCOW AfricaSan Awards) – which recognised VWZ’s achievements in supporting water and sanitation.

    Our objectives are:

    1. To increase access to sustainable potable water in rural coomunities and schools of Zambia through well construction.
    2. To improve sanitation and hygiene conditions in villages and schools through CLTS support and provision of integrated latrines in schools.
    3. To deepen behavioral changes with respect to proper hygiene associated with the safe handling of water, appropriate domestic water storage, waste disposal and handwashing.
    4. To ensure sustainability through formation of community management structures and pump maintenance networks.

    Over the last 3 years VWZ has assisted 325 communities with water, sanitation, health and hygiene education.

    We are ready to partner with any Canadian Orgainisation which would like to work in Zambia.

  15. Zaffar Ullah Baig says:

    Village and Women Organization Development Company (VWODC), Danyore, Gilgit, Pakistan is a federation of Village & Women Organizations (V/WOs) in Union Council, Danyore. The Organization works as an intermediary local support organization to ensure sustainable development through promoting collaboration and partnerships among all the key development partners in the region. The major functions of VWODC are as under:

    - Serve as a flexible catalyst organization to assist in the identification of opportunities to promote equitable and sustainable development projects and mobilize human, financial and social resources to enable local people to make full use of opportunities.

    - Develop local capacity in managerial and technical skills through participatory training programmes.

    - Help link the community organizations with government agencies, NGOs, donor agencies, financial institutions and private businesses to access services (extension, training, finance, marketing and so on) to support the local development.

    - Pay particular attention to the opportunities and needs for involving women and the poorest in their own development within the social and cultural context.

    The overall objective of the Organization is:

    Poverty reduction, empowering women, strengthening gross-roots institutions (V/WOs) and environmental protection based on the principles – self-help, organization, saving promotion and skill development.

    Zaffar Ullah Baig

  16. Charles Sinetre (NAY says:

    We (NKHADZE ALIVE YOUTH ORGANIZATION – (NAYORG)are a youth NGO in Malawi Non profit making, working to empower local young people at the grassroots so to tame poverty at its earliest stage by engaging young people in socio economic activities. We empower youth with knowledge and skills,work in the area of education and healthy more especially in the area of HIV/AIDS. It is our wish to partner with Canadian Organizations for us to expand our programs to many parts of MALAWI.

  17. Wazir Zada says:

    I am Wazir Zada Kalash Manager of a Local Support Organization Ayun and Valleys Development Programme, Established by AKRSP with financial Support of CIDA Under its Institutional Development Programme.We are still supported by AKRASP under the same programme of CIDA. Our LSO has got independent status and have been working in partnership with different Donor Agencies. We have so for Implemented infrastructure Projects in Irrigation, Sanitation etc and wish to work direct with some NGO registered with CIDA. Detail about my organization is as follow



    Ayun valleys development Programme (AVDP) established with the help of the communities of Ayun UC based on the successful experience of village Organizations, Cluster Organizations in 2006 with an objective to be instrumental in the development of rural communities. It’s a Local Support Organization by aims at improving 4th living standard of the local communities in general by targeting poorest of the poor in particulars through intervention in social sector services and sustainable use of the local and natural resources.

    “AVDP” being an umbrella organization of all village-based institution (VBI’s) by civil society organization (CSO) at the valleys level feels it of significant importance to build the capacity of the people to enable them realize their aspiration for their own development.

    So for 101 village Organizations (52 Male Village organizations, 28 Women Organization and 21 Civil Society Organizations ) have registered with AVDP. These Organizations are the real source of AVDP. Through these organization AVDP Implement its Agenda to bring changes in the Area.

    Institutionally strong networking with each other and collaboration with govt. and private sector, on the basis of trust and mutually accountability in pursuit of socio-economic development and prosperity.
    Mission is to strengthen civil society organization to perform an affective role as a full partner with government and private sector in the Chitral socio-economic development.

    1. To improve Infrastructure, Health, Education, NRM, and Social Mobilization.

    Wazir Zada
    Manager Ayun and Kalasha Valleys Development Programme

  18. arsil hamid says:

    The AFTA Foundation is non government organization in west Sumatra-Indonesia.Food security, economic sustainability and sustainable utilization of nature is our concern. And for year 2011 we have prepared various activities continued from previous events, one of them is a farm community empowerment through organic farming. please kindly give us more information about this fellowship program, and others related document.

    thanks for your attention and help

  19. Vincent Awotwe-Pratt says:

    I am the Program Manager for Conservation Alliance, a regional environmental NGO with offices in Ghana, Nigeria and Cote d’Ivoire that worsk with strategic partners to empower communities to lead in biodiversity conservation and create opportunities for economic growth and improved human wellbeing. The regional office is in Accra, Ghana. Our focus is to bring together the people, organizations and resources necessary to ensure human development particularly in improving the wellbeing of communities and indigenous people, through conservation and sustainable utilization of natural resources.

    We employ a number of tools to achieve our goal. These include education and awareness program, agriculture and food security, climate change and biodiversity conservation, eco-tourism and micro-finance, certification of commodities, farmer organization and training and partnership and governance, oil and mining biodiversity among others. As partners in development, we will be grateful to work with any Canadian organization (s) to implement a project that will promote economic development, ensure food security in the bread basket of the sub-region and ensure the well being of women, children and the vulnerable as spelled out in our gender policy statement.

  20. Juanito C. Enriquez, says:

    This is a very good opportunity for the developing countries to address the challenges in their own country. I am an Alumni of the Coady International Institute – St. Francis Xavier University, Antigonish, Nova Scotia, Canada. I was there on September 29, 2010 to October 15, 2010 for a study program taking up the Course on "Certificate of Community-Based Conflict Transformation and Peacebuilding", with my Professor, Dr Thomas Mark Turay of Sierra Leon, Africa, Doctor of Peace Studies. I graduated from my special course on October 15, 2010 and move to Vancouver, British Columbia for my public engagement from October 16 – 21, 2010 with the help of our partner organization, the CUSO-VSO, with Ms. Umeeda Switlo, Public Engagement officer, as my counterpart. I go around Vancouver for a tour on a Sunday, Oct. 17, 2010. I meet many organizations and individuals during the period of my engagements. In the afternoon of 18th October, I meet Mable Elmore, of Filipino Heritage, A member of the Legislature Assembly, British Columbia. We talk about governance and the Peace context of Mindanao, Philippines about the rebellion movement of the Moro people who has an ongoing peace talks with the Philippine government. In the evening of the same day, I had a meeting with the Indian Tribe, a "Sundance Tribe", with Reuben George as the Chieftain. They can be found in the North of Vancouver. It was a very great experienced for me because I joined their ritual, "the Sweating" sessions. A ball of red hot rocks with an average of 5 inches diameter will be taken from from a furnace and will be placed inside the closed tent numbering 5-6 pieces of red hot rocks!. I felt like burning inside the tent that the temp rose to as high as 80 degrees celsius. every session will take at least 15 minutes. I survived 4 sessions. The Sundance tribe accepted me as their special friend and part of the Tribe. They gave me a precious gift, the "RATTLE" that symbolizes their acceptance of me in the tribe. Chieftain Reuben George told me that the RATTLE will protect me from harm and it's medicinal. The following 2 consecutive nights in my hotel in Vancouver, the RATTLE made me a visions!. In the following days, I have had a meeting with the returned volunteers of CUSO-VSO for a for a peace consultation relative to the Moro problem in the Philippines. I also meet the organization, the "Peace it Together", with Reena Lazar, Executive Director. We exchanged information about the interfaith and inter-cultural dialogue for the youth. They have an ongoing program about the the dialogue among the Israelites-Palistinians-Canadians youth through a film making. I also shared about the dialogues we conducted with the Moros-Christians-Indigenous Peoples (IPs) youth through workshops on how they perceived peace?. I also meet the Indian Residential School Survivors Society, with Samaya Jardey, executive Director. We exchanged information about the hardships of the Tribe from the past and I also shared my experienced of working with the Lumad, the Indigenous People in our country called the "HIGAONON". I also meet the Filipino community for a peace consultation in Vancouver, in relation to the Peace problem in Mindanao. It was organized by the group of the Religious Protestants. We conducted a short workshop and a heated debate regarding the Moro problem because they also felt what the Filipinos feel living in our country. Recommendations during the consultations including those of the returned volunteers suggested to continue the peace talks between the rebels and the government but the government implement development programs to address poverty and other impending problems as a result of the conflict. Lastly, I visited the University of the Fraser Valley and conducted a lecture in a class of the Geography Department, Global Development Institute of my presentation about the peace problem in our country. Prof. Gary Fehr,PhD, said in his note,"thank you for taking the time to tell us your story. It is good to hear how important peace is to the development process from someone who is living it and not just reading about it." My study in Canada were funded by CIDA, CUSO-VSO and VSO Bahaginan in the philippines. In my post Canada study program, I continued my engagement in peace advocacy in my country, Philippines of working for in Mindanao. Some people say that peace is only an illusion. They are the people that can be viewed as spoilers because they can have gains in conflict. But for us peace loving people, peace is the hope of the humanity to exist by understanding and respect of each others' culture and faith. As we call it peace in diversity. Some other people in our place have too much expectations after my canada study. I should say to myself, how could I move effectively and efficiently, even I have all the knowledge from my study in Canada but have no resources to take actions. My actions towards peace is limited only indigenous resources. This funding opportunity is very great for us in developing countries especially in the conflict zones with high poverty incidence due to the impact of the conflict. It is my ambition to pay back the Canadian people of helping me in my study to strengthen my knowledge in peace advocacy in a form of services in line of my course. Thank you very much.

  21. Umo Isu-Ikoh says:

    Peace Point Action(PPA) is a non-profit,non-governmental organization based in Calabar,Cross River State-Nigeria.We are relentless in fighting against HIV/AIDS in the Niger-Delta Region of Nigeria, stigmatization, gender inequality, corruption, poverty, environmental pollution, climate change, unemployment, violation of human Rights (human trafficking) and poor reproductive health/sexually transmitted infections. PPA is experts in IEC development and our area of specialization is to convey precise but detailed information to various target groups. PPA has always been in forefront in advocating for community participation in the HIV/AIDS intervention, Good Governance, Human trafficking, and Environmental services related intervention.

    We are seeking partnership with Canadian NGOs for enhancement of our community services.Please give us the possible link.

  22. ASWO organization says:

    our ngo is starting project on different things like health education, Women Empowerment and environment in 2011 so for that we need help, sehepo is working in Pakistan . We are working since 10 years it take part in flood victims of Pakistan .

    please give fund to that we should start our project easily. kindly send us the application forms.

    Tahir Ali


    ASWO Gilgit Baltistan pakistan

  23. luca m ole rikoyan says:

    Induat E Maa – Maasai Visions Organization is a Non Governmental organization working Pastoral Dry Lands Communities. We are currently working in Maasai dry lands communities of Longido district in Arusha region – noth Tanzania. We are working towards "Management of Dry Lands Ecosystem, Conservation of Resources and Community Adaptation to the Changing Environment". The apprach we are using to achieve our mission is in our practical fields of six main programs. These are:

    1.Community Education,

    2.Heath – indoors/sanitation and STDs,

    3.Water, Environment and Technology,

    4.Micro Economics/Micro Credits initiatives – women and youths,

    5.Livelihoods – Agriculture to mean livestock and crop cultivation improvement,

    6.Social and cultural justice.

    However, we dont have any partnership relations with any Canadian international NGO. We would therefore like to partner with any interested in our fields of operation. We wuld like to forward our proposals to you, but will highly appreciate your advice and support to secure funding as we are in a financial need to impliment the above programs.

    We hope to get you soonest possible reply.


    Luca M.Ole Rikoyian

    Director Induat E Maa – Maasai Visions Organization.

  24. Kassahun& Birhan says:

    We are an NGO based in Ethiopia addressing the highly disadvantaged parts of the society and the country. We are engaged in Education, Agriculture, Technology Transfer, Health and other community based projects. We can provide detail information for our prospective partners from Canada, who are interested in this call.

    Please contact us through our email.

  25. we are an organisation based in Lesotho, focused on Food Security. We would like to partner with any NGO from Canada to implement such project in Lesotho.

  26. Barr chinweuba onah says:

    Community centre for justice and health initiative (cc4jhi) is a not for profit, not partisan, not political NGO registered in Nigeria.our vision is to achieve an accessible and sustainable justice delivery system and an affordable healthy livelihood in africa. our core thematic areas includes but not limited to the following; legal aid services to the socially excluded and the maginalised people, promoting gender mainstreaming in local democracy and governance, promotion of human rights, equity and fair play,youth development, adolescents and sexuality, HIV/AID ovc services, disease control, environment and sanitation e.t.c.

    We are desirous of securing a reputable and integrity conscious organisation in Canada to partner with, not just for this project but for future relationship. TNX.


    we are not for profit, non partisan and charity organization with it head office in Kaduna, Nigeria. we came into existence as a result of passionate concern about the increasing spate of kidnapping, militancy, fraud, rape, armed robbery, rioting, political thuggery becoming so common amongst high number of Nigerian youths aged 20-45yrs. our vision is to try and reduce violence tendencies amongst children in Nigeria in the rural and urban centres using formal and informal approaches to educate and enlighten them with the message of love, patience and tolerance for peaceful coexistence, as they grow up with it.

    we are seeking for reputable Canadian NGOs can partner or collaborate our activities with, most especially on the proposal of CIDA.

  28. PAUL AGGREY SAAH says:

    Tecom foundatio is an organization located at Tarkwa in the western region of Ghana its main objectives are as follows

    women and children in development




    Human Right

    The foundation has instituted a project entitle survival for poor and needy. The foundation therefore ask for your partnership

  29. M. Babar Khan says:

    We are working in Murree, Pakistan since 1996 and would like to submit our proposal under this RFP. We don’t have any link with Canadian org., if any organization interested to work in Pakistan we would love to work together for uplift of vunreable community.


    we are not for profit, non partisan and charity organization with it head office in Kaduna, Nigeria. we came into existence as a result of passionate concern about the increasing spate of kidnapping, militancy, fraud, rape, armed robbery, rioting, political thuggery becoming so common amongst high number of Nigerian youths aged 20-45yrs. our vision is to try and reduce violence tendencies amongst children in Nigeria in the rural and ruban centres using formal and informal approaches to educate and enlighten them with the message of love,patience and tolerance for peaceful coexistence, as they grow up with it.

    we are seeking for reputable Canadian NGOs can partner or collaborate our activities with.

  31. Winson Matthys says:

    Namakwa Development Foundation is a non profit South-Africa based organization register in terms of the NPO act 71 of 1997. The main aim of this organization to provide educational, food security, HIV/AIDS,victim empowerment programs to disadvantage, poor families and those in need. Food Security and social development for orphan and vulnerable children and women. Organization was found by poor christian women. We humbly ask international organizations to take our hand. We have not much resources

  32. Vincent mainga says:


    We are a national NGO registered and base in kenya working with the rural communities to address three thematic areas namely: improved livelihoods of the local community members through promoting intensive and modern agricultural systems and value addition. We do this by working in partnership with the government extension agents and community based organizations. Environmental conservation and restoration programmes and the third theme is capacity building. We would like to apply for CIDA funding and partner with Canadian organizations in running our programs. unfortunately there are no such in our region. Kindly is it possible for us to apply for this funding? Please advice. Vincent Mainga, Director of programmes Green Resources Initiative. Kenya

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