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Request for Applications from NGOs for USAID’s Development Grants Program

The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) has launched a Request for Applications for the Development Grants Program providing support in the three sectors of microenterprise, water and climate change adaptation. Applications can be submitted by indigenous, local NGOs from different countries or private and voluntary organizations in the US.

The Development Grants Program aims to create new partnerships between USAID and NGOs which have limited or have not been able to access prior funding directly from the USAID. Through this program, the Agency seeks to expand its network of NGOs and build their capacity.



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The objectives of the DGP as presented in this Request for Applications are:

1. Broadened participation in USAID programs of local NGOs and U.S. PVOs with experience and expertise relevant to priority USAID and partner country development objectives;

2. Expanded numbers of local NGOs and U.S. PVOs with planning, management and service delivery systems adequate to implement USAID-funded activities; and

3. Measurable contributions by LNGOs and U.S. PVOs to the achievement of the development objectives for participating USAID Missions’ country programs, in particular as they pertain to Agency priorities and initiatives.

A list of eligible countries along with the specific funding sectors is given in the link below. To apply to this program, concept notes have to be submitted initially outlining the proposed project in the areas of microenterprise, water and climate change adaptation. Detailed proposals will be requested after the review of concept notes.

The closing date for the submission of concept notes is 25 April 2011.

For more information, visit grants.gov and search by funding opportunity number for  “M-OAA-GRO-EGAS-DGP-11-0001.”

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  1. denis taskin says:

    NTER-CHRISTIAN YOUTH ORGANIZATION
    INTRODUCTION
    We as youths decide to come together and form a group so as to fight many problems encountering youths as per individual hence promoting spiritual matters and living standard. Improving economical status enhancing social life, maximum intervention, which could improve togetherness, mutual understanding of the youth and community as whole through co-operation.
    BACKGROUND.
    The group is situated at Kaptama division covering youth from Kaboram, Kamenjo, chesito Kaboywo, and chemoge and kaptama areas.
    The group started the year 2004 with 15 members & later on increased to fifty youth, thereafter we decided to register the group using the above name and later opened an account at Kapsokwony. Account No. 0300194086122
    OBJECTIVES OF THE GROUP.
    I. To help youth grow spiritually
    II. To help youth to be self driven people
    III. To help youth to discover their talents and utilize them maximally
    IV. To avoid the monotony of idleness in youth
    V. To help youth fulfill their visions
    VI. Help youth support themselves financially
    GROUP ACTIVITIES.
    • Evangelization
    • Giving Hope to infected and affected by H.I.V & AIDS
    • Discouragingly F.G.M (Female genital mutilisation)
    • Encouraging people to learn to eradicate illiteracy.
    • Encouraging Mary Go Round
    • Discouraging Abortion
    • Proper disposal of garbage
    • Proper drainage of water
    • Encouraging Male to be circumcised in hospital

    JUSTIFICATION
    Our fellow youth are not involved in Advantages activities hence selling involved in poor Moral standards drunkenness and drug abuse.
    STRATEGIES OF THE GROUP/FUNDS
     N.G.OS
     Government
     Well-wishers
     Ministry of youth
     Donors
     Harambee
    EXPECTED OUT PUT.
     We shall have sources of income
     We will develop awareness against HIV/AIDS
     The community will spearhead awareness against F.G.M
     Job obtain created
     Improve hygiene
     Social Political economic development
     Good living standards
     Poverty eradication among the youth in the community
    RESOURCES
    From-skilled and unskilled Individuals
    MANAGEMENT
    EXECUTIVE
    (1) Chairperson-Dennis Taskin
    (2) Secretary-Godwin Sinjir
    (3) Treasury-Martin Saekwo.

    It was 2004 during youth rally at Moi Kaptama Mt. Elgon lunch time

    It was 2005youth conference at Chesinende villege
    7. FAITH STATEMENT
    It is our belief that all people have sinned and come short of the glory of God. Salvation is by grace through faith and is obtained by renouncing sins and inviting Jesus Christ to be Lord and Saviour. When Jesus Christ comes back and sits upon the throne of I Us glory, He will separate sinners into everlasting punishment (fire) and righteous into eternal life. Christians should live holy and righteous lives pleasing to God. Baptism by total immersion into water. Holy spirit baptism evidenced by speaking in other tongues; Divine healing of the soul, spirit and body. Recognition and operations of all gifts of the Holy Spirit and five fold ascension ministries,
    1. All have sinned and come short of the Glory of God. Rom. 3:23
    2. Receive Jesus Christ as Lord and Saviour after repenting and deeply renouncing sins…Rev. 3:20, Acts 3:19, Rom. 10:9-13.
    3. Salvation is by grace through faith… Eph. 2:8
    4. Living Holy and righteous lives pleasing to God..1Pet. 1:15-16.
    5. Water baptism (immersion)…Math, 28:19, Mark 1:9-10, Rom 6:4.
    6. Holy Spirit baptism Mark 16:17, Acts 1:18.
    7. Holy communion to be partaken by Christians-Ma. 26:26-30, Mark 14:22-25, Luke 22:19-20, 1 Cor. 11:23-26, 1 Cor. 10:16.
    8. Washing of feet as commanded by Jesus Christ as a sign of ser¬vant hood… John 13:4- 7.
    9. Sanctity of marriage as originally ordained of God… Mark 10:5
    10. Recognize the work and operations of all gifts of the Holy Spirit and ascension ministries for perfecting of the saints for me work of ministry and for edifying the body of Christ. Eph 4:11-13, 1 Cor. 12:1-31.
    11. Divine healing of the body, soul and spirit… 1 Thes. 5:23.
    12. Everlasting punishment for sinners and life eternal for the righteous…Math 25:31-46.
    13. Casting out devils in the name of Jesus Christ… Mark 16:17.

    Chairperson Dennis Taskin

    It was 25th December 2006 during Christmas celebration
    8. STATEMENT OF VISION
    The great commission by me Lord Jesus Christ is our mandate. We be¬lieve and trust that God will use His church, to accomplish His purposes on earth.
    Evangelistic church of the Lord Jesus Christ is to be:-
    1. A fellowship whose worship brings Gods power into the church and extends that power through the lives of believers.
    2. A body of believers directed by the Spirit of God and that baptismal the Holy Spirit is both personal blessing and is an endowment of power to witness and service in fulfillment of the Great Commission.
    3. A fellowship that has love and concern for people who are hurt and lonely. These people are reached through evangelism and churches planted in strategic locations where these people are. Home for disadvantaged such as orphanage, disabled and the aged will be built as God provides funds.
    4. The church that targets the community and is concerned with the physical, spiritual and material needs of the people. As God provides funds, the church intends to build hospitals, schools, colleges and complex conference centre for hosting national and international meetings.
    5. A church that will operate income generating projects that will enable the Gospel to be preached.
    6. A church that is committed to the authority of Holy Scriptures, the Bible for faith, and direction.
    7. A body of believers who hunger and thirst for the Kingdom of God, and His righteousness who will in turn transform to Christ likeness. Christ centeredness and sensitive to the needs of the church and other people.
    8. A church that focuses on the local congregation where the pastor takes care and leads all members to exercise spiritual gifts, ministries and talents.

    STATEMENT OF MISSION To preach the Gospel to the unreached in Kenya and to the whole world as accomplished by our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ… Math 28:18-20. To accomplish this mission, the church through believers will:-
    1. Preach full gospel of Jesus Christ (God’s word) in the power of Holy Spirit through evangelistic crusades and missions.
    2. Raise leaders with ministerial gifts to carry out missionary work. This will involve training and equipping leaders for mission work.
    3. Disciple Christians to reach the world with the gospel of Jesus Christ.
    4. Emphasize on Biblical stewardship, church growth, church plant¬ing, family enrichment, servant leadership for reaching out in mis¬sions.
    5. Preach the Gospel of the Kingdom of God in harmony with be¬lievers from other churches and servants of God with different ministries and gifts, as long as they preach and contact themselves according to true Gospel of our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ.
    6. Use all available resources such as cinemas, install radio and television stations to proclaim the Gospel of Jesus Christ to many nations in the world.
    10. CHALLENGES
    Evangelistic Church of the Lord Jesus Christ is facing great and complex challenges which include many upcoming churches and fast changing world behavior. Wrong religious doctrinal beliefs such as self righteous¬ness, false salvation, witch Crafts, anti Christs, devil worship, cults, tribal beliefs, ancestral doctrines, generational curses, demonic beliefs and poverty are some of the church growth barriers and challenges. We have however taken an honest look at our challenges and face them without fear by the grace of God. It is our believe and acceptance that Evangelistic Church of the Lord Jesus Christ has a unique position for growth. We see the church as a divine work of the Holy Spirit, Jesus Christ being the head and vital vessel called to usher in spiritual and physical healing of the perishing world. Through guidance and power of Holy Spirit, the Church is to grow, reach far and many churches will be planted in Kenya and beyond to meet the needs of people of all levels and races in life.

    10. FACTORS THAT CONTRIBUTE TO CHURCH GROWTH
    This is a fast growing church with a vision. Through God’s favour and grace the church has not only grown at Kaptama but other local churches have been planted. Factors which have significantly contributed to growth are as follows:-
    1. Faithfulness and steadfast to our call to reach the world with gospel of Jesus Christ.
    2. Our believe that our Lord and Saviour Jesus Christ is the master plan¬ner and builder of His church.
    3. Dependence upon the Holy Spirit.
    4. Obedience to the word of God.
    5. Evangelism which include house to house and open air meetings.
    6. Home fellowship mid-week meetings at various locations-(cell groups)
    7. Transparency and accountability to church members and other people.
    8. Desire to retain powerful praise and worship.
    9. Prayer- Encouragement to members of the church to observe personal and communal prayers.
    10. Conducting meetings such as Revivals, Seminars, Conferences, Con¬ventions, for all groups. Youth, women and men groups have their time to hold their own meetings.
    11. Preaching holiness and righteousness as God’s standard requirement for His people.
    12. Emphasis on bringing up Sunday school children to fear and honour God.
    13. Bring up a strong Youth Ministry that has a vision to reach the world with Gospel of Jesus Christ.
    14. Humble and good administrative leadership.
    15. Training to equip leaders for growth.
    Factors mentioned will continue to contribute to church growth physi¬cally, spiritually, and emotionally.

    Open air meeting crusade Kaptama market

    Team of choir members plus praise and worship 2007

  2. pastor bright hinn ochieng says:

    i inquire for orphanage support i have a registered CBO in busia uganda and i have picked interest in working with USAID CONTACT US ON THAT EMAIL FOR MORE INFO.WE ARE A CHRISTIAN MINISTRY UNDER A CHURCH

  3. Humanitarian Assistance & Welfare Kin (HAWK) says:

    Dear Sir,

    I would like to mention that Humanitarian Assistance & Welfare Kin (HAWK) is a local Pakistani organization committed to serve the people in Health, Education, Development and Capacity building sectors. As well as registered with society act 1860, registration #, 87/5/6006. So please kindly guide us in order to involve ourselves in your upcoming program through preparing concept paper and proposal, and kindly also inform us for our eligibility in your progrms.

    Hope to receive positive response from your side in order to encourage HAWK organization

    Best regards,

    FAWAD AFRIDI
    Executive Director / HAWK

  4. abdifatah says:

    our new NGO.is legel approved by the minstery of internal state of somaliland they start his job.we are working now in somaliland hargeysa town.but we need more sapport like office aquipments and the all logistcis also the sallry of or office maneger so we requestng to donate the grant money.
    thank you.

  5. nadeem thahim says:

    we are registered and hummanitarian organization working in rural areas
    of sindh now we are in distt jacobabad talka ghari khero are totally
    flood affected area please lets know how easy we access the funds of
    usaid
    Thanks
    Unzila memorial welfare organization

  6. S.D.GARG. says:

    FAQ’S sr no. 17 indicate that it is not necessary for an NGO to register for sending concept note. PLEASE indicate the e-mail address to submit the concept note by an NGO FROM INDIA.Thanks S.D.GARG.

  7. Dennis International Foundation says:

    i will like to the updates on my box, i also need a guard on how to apply for grant from USIAD, few facts about Dennis International Foundation,
    it is an NGO that is formed primarily to fight that poverty epidemic in Africa, but have started that good night that will go down to history in Nigeria, under the African continent country in south Africa.

  8. Indus Development Society says:

    we are working in Layyah region of Pakistan as it’s the most backward district of pakistan. i would like to request the national and international organizations to focus at Layyah, Pakistan.

    regards,

    Mr. Naseer Ahmad
    Executive Director

  9. mohammad amin panhwar says:

    INTRODUCTION

    BABUL (ACASIA)
    It is a large tree up to 14 meters high with thorn on its branches .It has darkish gray bark and yellow flowers in spherical head.
    Babul tree is indigenous to Sindh in Pakistan .It occurs wild in India and tropical Africa .It is planted for its bark .The tree yields a gum known as babul gum .The bark of babul tree contain tannin and Gallic acid .The leaves and fruit of the tree also contain tannin and Gallic acid.

    IMPORTANCE :

    The leaves , bark, the pods and the gum of tree have medical virtues .The leaves and the bark are useful in arresting secretion or bleeding . The pod helps remove catarrhal matter and phlegm from the tubes. The gum allays any irritation of skin and soothes the inflamed membranes of pharynx alimentary canal and genitor-urinary organs.

    ENVIRONMENTAL IMPORTANCE:
    Acacia restore ecological balance of all eco system .It maintains biological diversity .It acts as catchments for the soil and water conservation plant trees can stabilize soil by increasing interception ,prevent floods and safeguard future of the tribal people . Bring soil together and prevent soil erosion. Afforestation act as windbreaks ,stabilize the climate and the forest product. There is the constant need to develop massive
    Afforestation programmes for the protection and preservation of the forestry on the suitable land including the wasteland .A massive social forestry programme is needed to meet demands of the local people for the fodder, timber and fuel wood. Both. Due to the industrial revolution many countries have seen the rapid decline in forest. Cutting of tree is not only a threat to the environment but also to the quality of the life and the economy also.

    REASION FOR THE DECLINE OF ACACIA

    Explosion of human and livestock population, increase demand of timer ,and fuel wood. Expansion of the agriculture land, construction of the infrastructure along the mountains.
    Working on 20 acre cultivation of acacia in dadu district 25000 thousand rupes per acre expenses required for project.

  10. Dinesh Bhatnagar says:

    Esteemed official ,

    Please find enclose our NGO’s profile, we are in to child
    development,women social status,Girl child,education,Maternal death and
    child survivor,To help Senior citizen for there day to day complaints and
    lot more.

    We would like to appreciate if you update us how your reputed organization
    work for fund raising ground.

    An early action is highly WELCOMED.

    Thanks for your kind viewing.

    Himalayan JAN KALYAN SAMITI
    Offices : Delhi,Noida & Ghziabad.
    Regd Office : 799A Sector 5
    HIG DS Rachna ,Vaishali.
    Ghaziabad 201010

  11. ELSA Q. COTOCO says:

    SUMMARY OF PROPOSAL/APPLICATION

    DEAR SIRS/MADAMS;
    GREETINGS…….
    ITS AN OPPORTUNITY TO INTRODUCE OUR HUMBLE GROUP OF
    INDIGENOUS PEOPLE THE SUBANEN TRIBE OF ZAMBOANGA PENINSULA
    MISAMIS OCCIDENTAL.

    COUNTRY IN WHICH ORGANIZATION IS BASED- PHILIPPINE

    TITLE OF THE PROJECT-REFORESTATION FOR TREE PLANTING

    1. ORGANIZATION:
    CONTACT DETAILS;
    POSTAL ADDRESS- 9TH ST. LAWA-AN 1,TALISAY CITY, CEBU,
    PHILIPPINES.

    CONTACT PERSON- ELSA Q. COTOCO

    2. PROJECT;
    START DATE AND DURATION- SEPTEMBER 2011-2021
    AREA OF IMPLEMENTION:
    PHASE 1- THE DENUDED LANDS AND MOUNTAINS ( MOUNT
    PILAS ) IN ZAMBOANGA DEL SUR AND NORTE.

    3. RATIONALE:
    THE SUBANEN TRIBE HAS NOT ENOUGH FOOD TO EAT
    B-COZ OF TRADITIONALWAY OF FARMING (KAINGIN
    SYSTEM) BY BURNING THE FOREST, AFTER THEY USED
    SHARPEN TIMBER TO MAKE HOLES FOR PLANTING RICE
    CORN SEEDS.. HE PEOPLE R MOSTLY ILLITERATE,
    THIS PLACE AT THE FOOT OF THE MOUNTAIN LIES A
    HUGE SNAKE LIKE RIVER THAT EMBRACED THE AREA.SO
    PARENTS AFRAID TO SENT THEIR CHILDREN. BUT THAT
    IS NOT THE PRIMARY PROBLEM..
    4 NEEDS IDENTIFICATION:
    THE REFORESTATION – IS THE CURRENT NEED NOT ONLY
    THE TRIBE BUT ALSO THE INHA-
    BITANTS AND WILD LIFE, PRO
    PERTIES. ECT.MOSTLY PEOPLE
    LIVING IN THE LOWLAND
    AFFECTED BY FLOODS, LAND-
    SLIDE ECT.DUE TO DENUDED
    MOUNTAINS AND HILLS.
    THEREFORE, REFORESTATION

    5. BENEFICIARRIES:

    THE AREA TO BE REFOREST ARE THE BOUNDARIES OF
    ZAMBOANGA DEL SUR AND NORTE, ZAMBONGA DEL SUR
    AND MISAMIS OCCIDENTAL SO THREE
    PROVINCES IN MINDANAO.SO THE TRIBE OF THIS
    PLACES AS WELL AS THE INHABITANTS ARE SAME
    BENIFITS AS TO THE TRIBES.
    6. AIMS;
    OUR LOCAL COMMISSION ON INDIGENOUS PEOPLE
    (NCIP), MY CO-PARTNER IN IMPLEMETING THIS PROJECT
    TO 100% DEFEAT GLOBAL WARMING AND CALAMITY
    PREVENTOR.

    7. OBJECTIVES:
    TO PREVENT FROM NATURAL
    DISASTER, NAMELY FLOODS, LANDSLIDE ECT

    8. ACTIVITIES:
    TO EDUCATE HOW TO PLANT TRESS
    CONDUCT TRAINING BY DENR
    TEACH TO PROTECT OUR FOREST
    9. OUTCOME: IN
    1. PEOPLE LIVES SECURITY
    2. WELFARE OF ALL LIVING THINGS
    3. REFRESHING ENVIRONMENTS
    4. MENIMIZE POLLUTIONS
    5. SANCTUARY OF WILD LIFE
    6. HELPING AGAINST DROUGHT
    7. HELPS WATER CYCLE AND WATERSHED
    10.MONITORING AND EVALUATION:
    A. LOCAL NCIP- MONITOR AND EVALUATE THE PROJECT
    TO MEET THEIR GOALS.
    B. TRIBEMEN- THE TRIBALCHIEF MONITOR THE PROJ.
    TO ENSURE THAT TRIBE AND
    THE PEOPLE MEET THEIR NEEDS.
    C. LOCAL OFFICIALS- MONITOR WETHER THE PROJ.
    IS BENIFFITINGTHE TARGET
    GROUPS.
    D. SOCIAL WELFARE COUNCIL-MONITOR WETHER THE
    PROJ.WETHER THE
    AVAILABLE GRANTS BEEN
    USED PROPERLY AND BENI-
    FFITED THE
    BENIFFICIARIES, WITH
    AUDITED REPORTS.
    11. SUSTAINABILITY:
    THIS KIND OF PROJECT , REFORESTATION PLAY AND
    ROLE IN CLIMATE CHANGE AND DEFEAT GLOBAL WARMING
    THRU UR AN ENDLESS SUPPORT THE ENTIRE INHABITANCE
    IN THIS DYING MOTHER EARTH.
    12. ESTIMATED BUDGET :
    A. PHASE 1– 1,000 HECT. REFOREST THE DENUDED
    MOUNTAINS AND HILLS (DENR ESTIMATED
    BUDGET)
    MORE POWER TO U ALL….

    RESPECTFULLY URS,

    ELSA Q. COTOCO
    SUBANEN TIMU-AY

  12. Paul Oleyo Longony says:

    Onbehave of Boma Development Intiative-(BDI- south Sudan),i will be very grateful if the USAID could send the concept format or applications forms to each of the individuals interested to apply this particular interesting Development Grants to each representative of each organization, in order to start working on the competition.
    thanks in advance.

  13. siddartha says:

    please send details of proposal guideline and other details of proposal. I am from India so can u please confirm me whether i will able to apply for our NGO or not. we are grassroot organisation working in Orissa of india on the issues related water, agriculture, climate change, agriculture and health.

    looking forward to your support and cooperation.
    just visit our website dater.org.in
    thanking u
    siddartha.p

  14. Yasin Ahmadzai says:

    Dear Sir / Madem ,

    OPRA ( Organization for poverty Relief of Afghns ) As local Afghan NGO interested to implement Water , Sanitation and Climate change project in 3 districts of Badakhshan province in north western part of Afghanistan under USAID support ,
    Looking forward to receive the ways of application ,

    Kind Regards

    Yasin Ahmadzai
    OPRA – Managing Director

  15. Abdikadir Ahmed says:

    It is very kind of you to provide this opportunity for the NSA sector. Please, I am very pleased to submitt our application for request and some details about the organization.

    Our organization is called namely “Sanag Media Group”, SMG in short. We are non-political, nonprofit making, voluntary and democratic organization aimed at delivering effective and sustainable programs that promote attitudes and perception of the community to improve health standards in order to abolish HIV and epidemic diseases from the country and to eliminate Female Genital Mutilation and also preservation for human rights and environment. This organization was established by group of local journalists established this unit and legally registered in early 2007 with the State General Attorney and the national ministry of Planning and Coordination and also we renewed our legality in the late 2010.
    Our scope of work is limited to Somaliland context where the head-office is located in Erigavo and there are three sub-offices in the neighboring regions including Burao and lasanod. In the following articles, we provide fundamental information about our organization.

    Our Vision
    We aspire to see that local people of Somaliland enjoying with improved health standards which is free from HIV and epidemic diseases where FGM is completely eliminated and holding privileged rights without bias and discrimination on particular groups as well as reaping environmental resources efficiently and living under better and protected environment.

    Our Mission
    We are seeking to eliminate HIV/AIDS, epidemic diseases and FGM by improving the knowledge and attitudes of the local people; to preserve the rights of children, women, minorities and other vulnerable groups; and to protect environment and promote environmental positive utilization through constructive, unbiased and neutral intervention programs in the context of Somaliland.

    I will be highly appreciated if your esteemed agency kindly give our organization the chances and also further details needed to apply your call proposals. Please, I would like to draw your attention that the giant of Sanag region where we operate includes one of the least developed and less priviliged areas in the world
    looking forward to your reply
    Sincerely,
    Abdikadir Ahmed Hassan

  16. Dipendra Dubey says:

    Dear sir/madam,
    I am from Uttar Pradesh, India and had registered our Ngo ‘Kishori Devi Foundation’ under Society Registration Act 1860E of India on 3rd July 2010. We dont have FCRA and havent been funded by any organisation yet. We are grassroot organisation working in Uttar Pradesh since then by our own funds. So, we will be greatly obliged if u confirm me whether I am eligible to apply for our NGO or not.
    Please send details of proposal guidelines and other details too.
    Looking forward to your support and cooperation.

    Thanking you

  17. MOHAMED MBINGA says:

    Hello team, would you provide your email address so that we can send our concept note? if possible please accord it through my email address.
    Looking forward for immediate support.

  18. Mudercir idris adam says:

    Iam mudercir idris adam from darfur state working as programe manager in peace corps organisation, iwill be very glad to get the reply from US AID
    Thanks alot with great pleasure

  19. Gebeyehu says:

    Further details on how to proccess the application

  20. Gebeyehu says:

    We just make ready the concept note for DFP. Thus, would you please provide us with your email address.

    Regards

  21. TANMAY DINDA says:

    Respected Sir/madam
    We have an organization which is registered under the West Bengal Registration Act 1961.It has been registered on 2nd March 1996.The organization served long time in the community of “Sunderban” basically the organization involved in development of rural people, women empowerment, income generation programmed, child protection regarding the purpose of child abuse, enhance the inner quality of rural people by their developmental needs, as well as social development and to save the mother land from the various impact of climate change. But lack of communication, not having experienced people of the organization also face lots of problems like to gate any developmental project assistance by the donor or funding organization. But still, we have maintained the rules and regulation such as audit, annual report of the organization.
    From the above description you may-be confused, what do me need and what’s expecting from you… I expect only your support such as what is the next stage we run the organization smoothly and what is the right destiny to breakdown our isolation and also achieve our organization goals.
    If you help me, I will prove myself and also improve the quality of life that are inhabitant of Sunderban and also play an important role to protect our mother land form the various impact of Global Warming.

  22. Mudercir idris adam says:

    Peace corps organisation is anon governmental organisation located in southern darfur, we are working for the best humanitarian assisstance in for the sorport of the largest camps in darfur state we are implementing activities in watsan.education,peacebuilding agriclture,livelihoods,so we need funds for eastern jebell marra where war has affected alot of the african tribes but lately have retuned as retunees beginning from zero.
    plese send us your format of proposals
    thank you,
    mudercir idris adam
    programe manager.

  23. joyce oduah says:

    My name is Joyce Oduah Mrs. My concept note is ready but I don’t have the email address to forward same to. kindly send same to my email address.

    Most grateful.

    Thanks.

  24. BONGNJO FOUNDATION says:

    The BONGNJO FOUNDATION (BF), is a non-governmental,non-political,non-profit making and non-denominational organisation registered under the laws of Associations of the Republic of Cameroon. It is governed primarily by its internal by-laws and secondarily by the laws of Associations of the Republic of Cameroon.Its headquarters is located in Yaounde,Cameroon.

    BF was created to promote the human development of the Cameroonian population in general and its youths in particular through progressive community action.
    Its objective is to develop the health, intellect and self-worth of citizens by organising sporting events, cultural demonstrations, professional and health sensitisations.In so doing, a confident, well-rounded,healthy and responsible citizen will emerge ready to make a valuable contribution to society.

    The Foundation shall carry out the following ACTIVITIES:

    a) Promote health education especially with regards to HIV/AIDS, pandemic diseases and reproductive health;

    b) Identify and promote youth talent in sports and arts;

    c) Support youth education through the provision of scholarships;
    d) Promote youth self-reliance through training in small business sessions and management;

    e) Promote youth civic responsibilities through advocacy for community involvement;

    f) Promote Environmental Education and sustainable use of natural resources

    We need assistance and support. Please advise us on how to go about this.

  25. Gabriel Balasio Peter says:

    22nd/April/2011

    USAID Development Grants Program.

    Dear Sir/Madam,
    With reference to your open call for proposals (concept Notes)
    We are here pleased to submit an electronic version of the Concept Notes to your end.

    1. Name of the Organization: Moon Light Development Organization (MLDO)

    2. Project Title: Community Based Water Supply.

    3. Background;
    The need for water is intended to address the shortage of water supply in the rural
    Communities or villages in Torit County. Approximately 90 thousands residence
    Live in rural settlements. Half of this population must rely on distant source of unsafe,
    brackish and polluted groundwater resulting in poor health conditions.
    Women and girl spent much of their day fetching water, depriving girls of schooling and other opportunities.

    In South Sudan as a result of traditionally constructed gender roles, a stereotyped gender division of labor between men and women, places women and girls in a subordinate position in society so collecting water is considered as part of their duty.
    So they are carrying heavy containers on their heads 20 to 25 liters per trips, walking long distances about 4 to 5 kilometers daily, on their way they can be vulnerable
    To sexual exploitation, harassment, and rape, all of which are major act that violate their rights.

    Therefore, the provision of safe water is in vain attempts as the region lived for 50 years of civil war between the North and South, resulting in destructing of whatever water infrastructure was. In order to minimize these risks, and to ensure a better quality of response, it is very important to provide these villages with water facilities as mentioned.

    4. Rationale;

    Community Setting:
    The main beneficiaries from this project shall be the target village communities in the project locations especially women and girls in terms of appropriate water supply, women and girls will be able to use time saved from fetching water for other productive activities. The project shall be community-based comprising persons from the communities to maintain all water-related activities assist sustainability and achievability of long- term goals.

     Direct beneficiaries: 42,000 individuals -900 households
     Indirect beneficiaries: 3,000 individuals -85 households

    Community Involvement:
    The project will utilize a community-based, demand- driven approach where community members were and are involved in all stages of the project from planning through to construction and finally these community members will become fully
    Responsible for operation and maintenance of the project. Men and women from the communities will be formed into committees to maintain all water-related activities.

    5. Project Goals and Objectives:

     The Overall Goals of the Project;
    • Provide the living standards of target communities by providing safe accessible water.
    • To increase access to potable water for 42,000 individuals (900 households) in three (3) villages of Torit County

     Project Specific Objectives:
    • Provide clean water supply to the entire communities
    • Strengthen the community’s capacity’ to plan, implement, manage, operate, and maintain a good water system available.
    • To provide advocacy to all stakeholders linked to project on essential role of safe water and human development.

    6. `Expected Output:

    • Six (6) boreholes drilled
    • Majority of village target communities are supplied with clean, safe, reliable water facilities within reasonable distances,,
    • The communities will have acquired the capacity (relevant skills) to manage, operate, maintain, sustain facilities and replace them.
    • The violence against women and girls will be maximized.
    • The communities will have fewer incidences of water related diseases

    7. Project Activities:

    • Community Meetings
    • Process Government permits
    • Placement of projects staff
    • Reporting and feedback mechanism
    • Updating the work plan
    • Provision of project inputs
    • Official launching of the project
    • Community Capacity Building
    • Implementation
    • Monitoring and Evaluation

    8. Project Location;
    The project will target the villages of; Lohoa, Ohira, Pora,
    Torit County / Eastern Equatoria State / South Sudan.

    9. Project Duration: 12 months

    10. Project Management
    The project implementation and management arrangements shall be based on the number of MLDO employed staff both men and women for specific duties and roles in line with their experiences and qualification.
    The project shall be provided as indicated in the project with inputs that can allow ongoing engagement of activities in accordance with their working methods.
    The project shall be implanted by the project staff in accordance with the planned activities, as well as governing staff by their job descriptions, and the community shall participate in the implementation as planned
    The proposed staff team will be equipped with corporative standard and quality control influence and operations including logistics and procurements standards.
    The team comprises the following five (5) staff members:
    • Executive Director
    . Head of actions
    • Coordinator
    • Project Accountant
    • M&E Officer

    11. Organizational Background:
    Moon Light Development Organization, with its acronym (MLDO) is one of the civil society organizations, developed from joint small groups of volunteers since the year 2007 in Northern Sudan/Khartoum, and was working for supporting IDPS.
    The organization was first registered under ministry of Humanitarian Affairs /Humanitarian Aid Commission (HAC) Khartoum /Sudan.
    It is currently operating in Eastern Equatoria State Torit in Southern Sudan following its transfer from Khartoum.
    The organization is mainly focusing on rural, marginalized, returnees, vulnerable women, Children and others in E.E.S /South Sudan.
    The organization is working in the areas of;
     Water, Sanitation, hygiene.
     Capacity Building
     Gender based violence
     Poverty eradication etc.
    12. Project Budget:

    Budget Item

    Total Budget
    Borehole Drilling 48,000
    Community Capacity Building in resources management and advocacy 7,000
    Monitoring and Evaluation 15,000
    Totals: USAID Grant 60,000

    13. Contact Person: Gabriel Balasio Peter

    • Title: Executive Director
    • Address: Hai Kuku/ Torit-County /E.E.S. South Sudan.

  26. Tanyi Justin ajinga says:

    Hello!!

    Greetings from Cameroon. I wish to introduce to you The African Leadership Community Link Advancement Programme (ALCOMLAP) is a common initiative group set up in 2008, as a “one-stop-shop” for a network of youth entrepreneurs and organization in response to problems associated with unemployment.

    We are are looking for ways on how to apply for your funds

    Thank you

  27. Kavya Foundation says:

    Dear sir/madam,
    please send details of proposal guideline and other details of proposal. We are from India (Gujarat) so can u please confirm me whether we will able to apply for funding. we are grassroots organization working in Gujarat of India on the issues related water, agriculture, agriculture and health, Child Education, Drop Out school girls education,HIV Aids awareness programs

    looking forward to your support and cooperation.
    ::Michael John(state coordinator)

  28. Rabindranath Middey says:

    We, Society for Participatory Action and Reflection SPAR a pro people NGO Non-Government Organization non-profit making and non-political in nature are committed to the empowerment of the poor and marginalized people both in rural and urban areas.

    About two decades back SPAR was formed by a group of dedicated and committed development professionals. It is a pioneer organization to practice and propagate the message of alternative sustainable development in India. It recognizes and reckons the skill, knowledge and experience of the people and keeps faith in the people’s participatory process in their development activities. SPAR aims at sustainable, holistic and eco-friendly development of the society.

    SPAR practices the participatory process based on human values like love, trust, cooperation, equal right, self-respect and justice, irrespective of caste, creed and gender.

  29. Prabhakar kumar says:

    would u also like to accept proposal from an individual to work on community based plantation programme— to aim poverty declination and create awarness for conservation of natural resources.

  30. Indira Anthonisamy says:

    DearSir, Date: 21.04.11
    We would like to introduce ourselves as social service foundation by name “Deepam Trust” providing free educational services to poor, rural people in karaikal, puducherry state, India. We are running a teacher training college and conducting diploma courses in teaching to the poor students. Every year more than 200 students (Male & Female) are being graduated free of cost with books, food, cloths, in plant training etc.,. All the students belong to schedule caste / Tribes, most backward and poor people in and around karaikal.

    We would like to inform you that at present the college is running in rented building and we need liberal fund to construct own building and give more education to the needy people of this region. We request your good selves to kindly enlist our trust for liberal donation and send your application for submitting for necessary grant.

    Thanking You,
    Yours truly,
    Indira Antonysamy

  31. Mahama Salaam says:

    Greetings from Centre for Maternal Health and Community Empowerment(CMCE)located in Ghana.CMCE is a registered local NGO operating in three districts in the Brong Ahafo region.
    Mission
    To work with women and to ensure their rights are fulfilled through mobilizing and empowing communities.
    Vision
    A society of healthy women and youth without poverty where citizens can freely enjoy their human rights.
    Operational Areas
    Women and Children rights
    Education
    Food rights
    Reproductive health Education
    HIV education
    Please send us the application form and your email address. Thank you!
    Mahama Salaam
    Programme Co-ordinator

  32. Dear Sir and Madam,

    Please clarify if these grant will also providing supported to Lao PDR?

    Best regards,

    Khamsai

  33. Dear Sir, Date:20.4.11

    We would like to introduce ourselves as social service people, running “Sark foundation” providing many social services to the people of Tamil Nadu in the field of upgrading education to the school children, college students,providing safe drinking water etc.,. We are conducting many awareness programme to eradicate HIV, TB, CANCER and such major diseases. We are also educating rural people for better sanitation, healthy living. We have taken up all the above project for the upliftment of rural children, old aged people and women.
    The above project requires heavy fund, and in order to meet major portion of the above fund we need more donation from noble organisation such as yourself to do better service to the people who are below poverty line. We request your good self to kindly enlist our foundation and send us your application for submitting for necessary grant.

    Thanking you,

    Yours truly
    Sumathi.K

  34. Emma Nguvi says:

    Kindly provide details on how to apply.

  35. Nusrat Ali says:

    Dear Sir/ Madam,
    We are working on Youth, Child Rights, Women Rights, Health and Eucation. Please send us your contact.

  36. Muhammad Junaid Dhalet says:

    Our ngo wants to work with you, please send us application form. We are waiting for your favorable reply.
    Thanks

  37. Emmanuel Nazir says:

    Dear Sir
    most respectful ,We are working on most dangerous and necessary issue of the whole world,we have rehabbed 1050 heroine addicts,and have been educate more then 3000 school aged youth,
    Through our different modes of information.like print,and electronic medias.50 students have been obliged for their studies
    and ,we are very keen to uplift the women of the addicts .
    and to the daughters of addicts we help to arrange their marriages
    kindly give us a chance to get through your all necessary inquiries.
    Kindly do favor to get application Forms.
    I will be very grateful of you.
    Thanks In Anticipation.
    Yours In him,
    Emmanuel Sundhu

  38. HASSANNOOR says:

    Dear Sir/Madam.
    I am pleased to inform you that youth vigour in agriculture,education,health and environment is a registered non profit making organization registered under national council of ngo’s board in kenya.
    Being registered we mainly work in mandera and wajir districts that is in north eastern province of kenya where most of this people are poor,marginalized community.

    We therefore look forward for your support and generosity.

    Many thanks.

  39. Somali hope academy says:

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    My name is Mahamud Elmi and I am a police officer with the Ottawa Police Service (Ontario,Canada). I am writing this letter to you to let you know about an exciting initiative I have undertaken to assist the children of Somalia. Our goal, which started two years ago, was to raise $73,000.00 to build a school for the under-privileged children of Somalia. Our fundraising effort is named the “Somali Hope Academy Foundation”. This foundation is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing education to the youth of Somalia. I was born and raised in Somalia and still have family there. This project came to exist on the basis of the beliefs and assumptions that now is a perfect time to give some hope to these poor children/parents/orphans. It is a voluntary based service that is committed to making a difference in the lives of these children.

    The foundation chose to target education because we strongly believe that education is fundamental for the progress of all humanity in general and war-weary Somalia in particular. The conflict in Somalia has been on-going for almost two decades and there is currently no education system for children, with the exception of those who can afford to go to a private school. Thousands of homeless, disadvantaged youth face a bleak future in this type of environment. These children are the future of Somalia, and it is our belief that through education, the long and painful struggles of these peoples can be addressed and allow them to prosper into positive role models and hopefully, help change the culture that currently exists. Like children all over the world, they too deserve an opportunity to go to school and become educated. Instead, they live in a world of poverty and neglect. We want to change this, and with your help, we will.

    To date, we have conducted (4) charity events to raise funds to build our school. So far, we have raised $25,000 .We estimate that it will take approximately 56-73,000.00 to build and staff this school.

    Thank in advance, we would be grateful to know if your organization would consider providing Financial Assistance for this proposed project. If so, how we could apply for the needed assistance. Please provide us with the necessary process, if any.

  40. Muhammad Fayyaz Abbasi says:

    Dear Sir,

    I am Chairman of SAHR ( Society for Advocacy, Health and Rehabilitation) Based at Remote village of District Abbottabad- Khyber Pakhtoon Khaw Pakistan. We are working to uplift rural community particularly rural women through education and enterprize development and also providing outreach health services to rural community specialy disables.

    we intend to get financial support from your esteemed organisation to support the community in better and sustainable way.

    please provide application form etc to apply for the Enterprise project.

  41. Vijayasree.B says:

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    We are working for local & grooss root level community those who are marginalised and vulnerable & indigenous in the society in Andhrapradesh.The name of the organization is SERVICE.At present we are working for Watershed development projects,Innovative NRM projects,Micro-finance to the women and small & marginal farmers,Entrepreneurship trainings to women,Water & sanitation.In this regard we would like to extend our services on Micro-finance & water& sanitation areas as we are not addressed these areas completely at community level.Will you support for these areas and can we get funds from your side to address these poor and marginalised se3ctor ? Please send your reply as the date for submission is 22nd april Please let us know as early as possible inorder to submit our Concept note.
    Regards,
    Thank you

    Vijayasree
    ProjectDirector
    SERVICE
    Guntur,A.P,sOUTH India.

  42. Dear ,
    I really appreciate your work and hard efforts. I am working in Gaza in one of the local NOG; and I need the of submitting the concept note, I mean the address of submission!

    thank you!

    Mona

  43. M.Ibrahim Leghari says:

    Dear Sir/Madam

    We recently organized nonprofitable NGO for welfare and developmental works. Kindly guide and help us about information and application.

    Thanks

    Project Director
    M.Ibrahim Leghari
    Fatima Welfare Organization
    ASIA, Pakistan.

  44. imran farooq says:

    Dear honorable sir,
    Organizational Profile

    Vision

    “Provision of shelter, food, cloth for deprived masses & peaceful living and to upgrade living quality for general public by provision of living fundamentals.”

    Mission and objectives:

    “To restructure society based on social justice, peace, gender equality and overall up gradation of living with out placing ethnic religious, political & provincial discrimination especially for the general public by involving women, youth & disadvantaged peoples in order to bring about a positive change in the socioeconomic structure.
    Background:

    Maimar Development Organization has been working in the field of development for the last 06 years indulged in Health, Interfaith Harmony, Education and Political Education. MDO started its activities in 2004 by targeting pre-urban community but with the passage of time its activities volume expanded from pre-urban area to all over the District Faisalabad.
    Major objectives

    Provision of:
    Mobile health services
    Interfaith harmony by pooling multiple faith holders on one place.
    Political and Social education
    Eradication of Narcotics usage from Faisalabad.
    Provision of education to adults

    I have interested how to apply please send me detail
    thanks you. i am waiting your reply
    Farooq Ayub (Chairman)
    Maimar Development organization(reg)

  45. Gudina Fufa says:

    A. Project Title: ODA-Integrated RMNCH Project

    B. Implementing Organization: Oromia Development Association (ODA)
    Address P.O. Box 8801
    Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

    Executive Director: Mr. Mulugeta Debebe
    Operations Manager Mr. Gudina Fufa

    C. Project Period: 18 Months

    D. PROJECT BUDGET
    Total Budget: $91,200.00
    Grantee Contribution: $16,200.00
    Inputs by Grantee: Staff office space, equipment, furniture, vehicles

    Introduction
    Oromia Development Association (ODA) is one of the largest and leading indigenous membership based organizations committed to advance the socio-economic status of Oromia Regional State in Ethiopia. Since 1993, ODA has been highly successfully in implementing community based development projects and some of its’ achievements include: construction of 99 primary schools, 200 km of rural roads, 706 water distribution points, 10 health centers, 40 Health posts, 35 clinics, 28 veterinary clinics, 2 medium scale irrigation canals, provision of reproductive health/family planning services in more than 105 woredas/districts. ODA has invested in excess of 500 million Ethiopian Birr on more than 1,200 projects.

    Since 2000, In line with its’ strategic plan and community needs, ODA has been implementing an integrated community based reproductive health programme funded by international donors including the David & Lucile Packard Foundation, Pathfinder International-Ethiopia, Consortium Reproductive Health Association (CHORA), JSI/L10K Project, UNFPA, Engender health and German Foundation for World Population /DSW.

    ODA is legally registered with the Ministry of Justice and was reregistered with the Charities and Societies Agency.

    The Goal of ODA-Integrated RMNCH Project
    Is to improve the health status and family planning activities of the beneficiaries within the designated project areas.

    Objectives of ODA- Integrated RMNCH project
    Increase the demand for health services by raising community awareness in the project area to more than 90% by the end of the project period.
    Increase accessibility to reproductive health services
    Improve utilization of family planning practices
    Increase CPR to by 10% annually
    Increase Institutional Delivery by 10% at the end of the project period
    Reduce EPI dropout below 5% in the project area
    Reduce unmet need for contraceptives by 15% annually for the project period by providing selected components of reproductive health including family planning, ASRH, MCH, prevention of harmful traditional practices, prevention of sexually transmitted diseases including HIV & AIDS, neonatal care, and maternal health care.

    Intervention Approach
    Initially, brainstorming and discussion sessions will be held with key partners within Oromia Regional State including Health Bureau, Education Bureau, Economic & Finance Bureau, Bureau of Women Affairs, Bureau of Youth and Sport Affairs and appropriate Administrative Bodies. This will provide a comprehensive understanding of community needs and regional plans/requirements. Next planning workshops will be held in the nominated projects at zonal and district levels with relevant stakeholders. This will ensure that the project and deliverables are fully understood and owned by the community members. During these planning workshops, responsibilities will be allocated to nominated community representatives as well as to the project team. Before the project commences community sensitization workshops will be held in all appropriate Woreda towns for all Kebele/Grass roots Administration representatives so that they can fully support the project implementation.

    Relevance of ODA- Integrated RMNCH Project:
    According to the Oromia Health Bureau, the major causes of morbidity and mortality in the Region include malaria, upper respiratory tract infections, intestinal parasites, tuberculosis and maternal and childhood health problems. In addition, health service coverage is reported to be approximately 70%. However, the health institutions suffer from inadequate number and mix of personnel, shortage and frequent stock out of drugs and medical supplies.

    The situation regarding reproductive health services is no different. Institutional deliveries, contraceptive prevalence rates, pre natal and post natal care coverage are not only low but also of precarious quality. Shortage of contraceptive supplies, long waiting hours and administrative inefficiencies are rather the rule than exception in government health institutions. The Oromia Regional Health Bureau has developed a plan to alleviate the shortage of health personnel and has committed to provide its’ support for the project.
    Unwanted pregnancies and unsafe abortion practices pose an ominous threat to the health of adolescent girls and women who do not have access to information, contraceptives and the absence of post abortion care services. In certain hospitals, abortion related problems have been reported to be the leading causes of hospital admission among female patients. This situation exacts heavy toll on individuals, families and health service providers.

    The net effect of these issues has resulted in large family sizes, inappropriate child spacing, increased population growth, high maternal morbidity and mortality rates and a continuing expansion of the HIV & AIDS virus. To alleviate these problems ODA has been actively working with various donors, community members and stakeholders to improve the health service provision.

    Target Groups:
    The target groups are women of reproductive age group particularly those with un-met FP needs, adolescents in urban centers (both in and out-of school), husbands and peer groups, agricultural extension workers, health extension workers and front line development agents. This project will be implemented in two woredas of South West Shoa zone; namely Bacho and Illu where the population is estimated to be more than 120,000 people.

    Description of project activities
    Following the workshops and sensitization meetings, the next major activity is the recruitment and training of the voluntary Community Health Workers (vCHWs). The community will set the criteria for the selection of VCHWs and the ODA and Health Woreda Offices will verify that the selection is in line with the criteria.
    All training will be conducted in line with the standard curriculum for VCHWs, HEWS and their supervisors which has been jointly developed by the Ministry of Health, Family Guidance Association of Ethiopia and CORHA. A range of non financial incentives will be used to motivate the VCHWs.
    Delivery Mechanism: On the first contact, the vCHWs will make door to door calls to discuss understand the current for family planning needs and to share IEC information. The vCHWs will then continue these personal visits throughout the project lifestyle. Experience has shown that due to the fact that the vCHWs are respected community members, this type of support will continue after the project has concluded.
    Supervisory Support and Monitoring: The local Health Centre/Post will take full responsibility for the ongoing supervision of vCHWs, ensuring alignment with regional strategies and acceptance within the community. The Health Extension Workers (HEW) will be responsible for the face to face supervision and will visit a vCHWs at least twice per month. Additional support will be provided to the VCHWs when they submit their reports and collect contraceptive supplies from their supervising health facility/health post/health centre. The woreda health and woreda project office will supervise project sites monthly and it is planned that more the Woreda project staff will spend more than 70% of their time on field based work. The zonal project office and zonal health department will supervise the project sites on a quarterly basis and will receive the monthly Woreda report. The central project office receives will supervise the project site every six months and will receive the quarterly Zonal report.
    Referral and backup support: Due to the limited choice of contraceptives that vCHWs are handling, they cannot meet the total FP needs. Hence, a referral system will be established whereby clients are sent to nearby health facilities. This implies that health facilities will have to be prepared to handle the additional workload that is to be created by this project. Training of health personnel at various levels is therefore required. Plans for supervisory visits are also in place in order to make sure that quality of services are maintained and activities are carried out as per the plan.
    Sustainability
    Operational capacity and experience of ODA
    To date, ODA has been implementing Reproductive Health Project in eight zones, 105 Woredas and 3,000 kebeles within Oromia Regional State. Approximately 18,000 Voluntary Community Health Workers (vCHWs) have been trained and deployed to provide reproductive health information; public health education (including the prevention of STI/HIV & AIDS); provision of contraceptive methods and to mobilize community members for EPI programs in their respective sites. Each vCHW is linked to peripheral health facility for referrals regarding clinical contraceptives immunization, delivery, post abortion care and other services which they cannot provide. Over time, approximately 12 million people have attended educational sessions and over 1 million new family planning clients have been successfully recruited. In addition, 215 orphans have been supported in collaboration with their extended families, the government sector and local community leaders.
    To satisfy the special needs of adolescents, 60 Out-of-School and 70 in-School Youth clubs have been established in the projects sites. The ARH Clubs have disseminated information and education to 500,141 adolescents on the different components of reproductive health emphasizing on HIV and AIDA and have informed 112,077 adolescents through peer learning.
    The Association executes its reproductive health related programs through a health program office, which is housed in the Association’s Organizational structure. Currently the project has a total of 65 management and support personnel at the woreda, zone and the head office levels. The programme team has sufficient spare capacity to handle this project.
    Budget: The total budget required to implement this 18 month project is estimated to be about $91,200.00. ODA will cover/contribute in various kinds $16,000.00. The budget required for the project is summarized as follows:

    Name of Organization: Oromia Development Association
    Project Title: ODA-Integrated RMNCH Project
    Budget Summary
    S/N USAID FUNDS REQUESTED APPLICANT COST SHARE
    Budget Line Item Year 1 Year 2 Total Year 1 Year 2 Total
    1 Personnel 6500 3250 9750 1500 750 2250
    2 Fringe Benefit 2000 1000 3000 500 250 750
    3 Consultants 0 0 0 0 0 0
    4 Travel and Transportation 14500 7300 21800 6800 3400 10200
    5 Equipment 7500 0 7500 3000 0 3000
    6 Other Direct costs 3470 1730 5200 0 0 0
    7 Program Activities 21580 6170 27750 0 0 0
    8 Sub grants 0 0 0 0 0 0
    9 Indirect costs 0 0 0 0 0 0
    Total Project Costs 55,550 19,450 75,000 11,800 4400 16,200

    Name of Organization: Oromia Development Association
    Project Title: ODA-Integrated RMNCH Project
    Budget Summary
    S/N USAID FUNDS REQUESTED
    Budget Line Item Year 1 Year 2 Total
    1 Personnel 6500 3250 9750
    2 Fringe Benefit 2000 1000 3000
    3 Consultants 0 0 0
    4 Travel and Transportation 14500 7300 21800
    5 Equipment 7500 0 7500
    6 Other Direct costs 3470 1730 5200
    7 Program Activities 21580 6170 27750
    8 Sub grants 0 0 0
    9 Indirect costs 0 0 0
    Total Project Costs 55,550 19,450 75,000

  46. Dominique MVUNABANDI says:

    Dear Sir,

    We’re a group of Rwandan Young Scientists with different field of interests:
    Environment chemistry, Bio-organic and Conservation Biologists.
    We created a group aiming at establishing small business focusing mainly on ICT and related
    fiels in Rwanda.

    Please!!How can our group found details on application procedures?

  47. Charles Loker says:

    I work for a local NGO called Manna Sudan located in Ikotos County, Eastern Equatoria State of South Sudan. Manna Sudan was established in 2000 and came to operation by 2001 and currently running programs such as education, food security, micro finance, conservation, water, hygiene and sanitation, human rights and awareness campaigns.

    We are interested in applying for cutting cross project in micro finance with components in revolving loans to women and youth to establish vegetable gardens, beekeeping; introduction of energy serving stoves and mitigating animal-human conflict through provision for red pepper to deter elephants from crossing community gardens. Please let me know whether South Sudan as an emerging country or under Sudan is one of the beneficial country so that we can send you a concept note.

    Thanks

    Charles Loker
    Executive Director
    Manna Sudan

  48. baluku eri says:

    please send details of proposal guideline and other details of proposal. I am from Kasese district so can u please confirm me whether we will be able to apply for our NGO or not. we are a registered Non-Governmental Organisation(S/5914/6079) working in Busongora county on the issues HIV/AIDS,promoting children’s rights, agriculture, climate change, agriculture and sanitation improvement in the area.

    looking forward to your support and cooperation.

    thanking you in addvance

  49. BIIRA PENINAH says:

    I read your mail with a lot of interest and realized that my organization here in Uganda East Africa could stand a good chance of working partnership especially in areas of water and climate impact projects! this is in regards to already smaller initiatives that we are already involved in Karamoja region which is semi arid and increasingly getting threatened with desertification majorly due to cattle keeping(over grazing/stocking) and cutting down of vegetation for charcoal burning/energy for sales to semi urban areas as means of livelihoods by the rural poor.
    i more than believe there is definitely a way out of it if we involved the rural villages in massive sensitization, better capacity building, tree planting and providing them with knowledge on small scale group enterprises to help in the fight against climate change/impact!
    i request that further information and email address be provided to us and we see a way forward.
    Thank you once again.

  50. Sana Durrani says:

    Greetings from TWO,
    TWO has interest to submitte Concept note kindly send the details and the contact numbers, IDs if the concern staff.

    Regards,
    Sana Durrani

  51. Emmanuel Nazir says:

    hello sir,
    I am looking for the application form to apply your grant program.kindly send me through e,mail.
    we are in leadership the rehabilitation work of the heroine addicts as such we have rehabbed more then 1050 addicts with in last three years.
    Sincerely,
    chief Coordinator
    Emmanuel Nazir Sundhu.

  52. CALEB OKECH ADIBOSE says:

    I read your mail with a lot of interest and realized that my organization here in Uganda East Africa could stand a good chance of working partnership especially in areas of water and climate impact projects! this is in regards to already smaller initiatives that we are already involved in Karamoja region which is semi arid and increasingly getting threatened with desertification majorly due to cattle keeping(over grazing/stocking) and cutting down of vegetation for charcoal burning/energy for sales to semi urban areas as means of livelihoods by the rural poor.
    i more than believe their is definitely a way out of it if we involved this villages in massive sensitization, better capacity building, robust tree planting and proving them with knowledge on small scale group enterprises to help in the fight against climate change/impact!
    i request that further information and email address be provided to us and we see a way forward.
    Thank you once again.

  53. Gordon Lam says:

    Dear Sir Madam,

    I am Gordon Lam, from South Sudan, working for local grassroots NGO named South Sudan Center for Conflict Resolution (SSCCR). We seeking fund to support our peace program in Unity State South Sudan.
    Brief Summary:
    South Sudan Center for Conflict Resolution, herein referred to as South Sudan Center for Conflict Resolution (SSCCR), is a South Sudanese Community Based Organization (CBO), established to undertake responsibilities in regards to developmental aspects in all the conflict affected areas in South Sudan.

    The SSCCR is a registered Community Based Organization (CBO) by the Ministry of Legal Affairs and Constitutional Development, (MOLACD) Government of South Sudan (GoSS) Reg-479.

    The SSCCR is aimed to provides comprehensive community development, reconciliation, forgiveness, civic engagement on human rights, Rule of Law, Peace building, good governance, citizen participation, education, economic development, health and postwar recovery focuses on conflict transformation and state building for sustainable stabilization at the grassroots level in Mayendit County, Unity State.

    The Unity State population was hit hard by arms conflict during 21 years North – South civil wars, more than 27,000 civilian believed to have been killed from 1997-2003. Many civilian were displaced. The basic institutions such human rights, rule of law, economics development, democracy and good governance were shattered by pattern of arms conflict.

    Background and political environment
    Since the Signing of the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) in 2005, Mayendit County suffered a great dealt from the inter clan conflicts and breakdown of human rights and rule of law. Women and the under age children remained the most affected and vulnerable among the communities in Mayendit County, and generally in Unity State, South Sudan.

    The Mayendit County in Unity State, have never enjoyed the fruits of peace dividends brought by the Comprehensive Peace Agreement (CPA) signed by the two parties namely the Sudan people liberation Moment (SPLM) and National Congress Party (NCP) that brought to an end the African longest civil war that claimed the lives of more than 2.5 millions people and crippled human Rights, Rule of Law and economics development in Mayendit and generally the South Sudan as whole.

    The livelihoods of these communities were interwoven by pattern of arms conflict, grassroots inter-clans and tribal violent. There are no existing formal courts of laws with a qualified personal in Mayendit County. The daily communities disputes are subjects to traditional powers when fighting occur, the power of resolving or compensation of victims killed as a results of fighting in any village at Mayendit were referred to traditional chiefs in the area. Thus the population suffered greatly from absents of human rights and rules of law in these societal governance. In the past, Unity State suffered a great dealt from the environmental damages due to the ongoing oil companies operating in the heart of the communities in Unity State, Bentiu South Sudan.

    The SSCCR hope to implement a comprehensive grassroots structural reform in order to develop democratic governance and citizen participation through the trainings of community leaders on paralegal issues, human rights restoration, rules of law, conflict transformation, state building and economics development initiatives as an avenue for postwar recovery and building democratic institutions.

    The living conditions of returnees and Internally Displaced Persons (IDPs) coming after signing of CPA, is deteriorating at an alarming rate, most of these returnees came from Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda and Northern Sudan, they needs reintegration to their organic communities whom they departed from during the war.

    The results of the recent concluded referendum on South Sudan Self – determination shows that by the 9th July 2011, South Sudan shall become an independent State among others in Africa, with this brief background, the human rights values remained crippled at the grassroots level in South Sudan.

    The human rights and security remain violated by militia’s arms groups and traditional norms; urgent attention is needed in order to transform the existing triggers of human right abuses and economics development at grassroots in South Sudan.

    Therefore, the SSCCR is seeking funds to address these critical issues through the grassroots leadership initiatives training, community dialogue by peaceful means in order to create conducive environment for the establishment of genuine semblance of grassroots institutions reform, state building and building correct democracy as means of upholding good governance, citizen’s participation, human rights and rules of law and economics development in Mayendit County, Unity State South Sudan.

    The impact of migration and oil displacement
    During the north/south wars, residents of the Unity State were displaced by the oil companies and Sudanese Army Forces (SAF) from their original settlement. This rapture has increase insecurity and instability, with particular referenced to Mayendit County among others. More conflicts between the neighboring communities of Abiemnom, Mayom, Rubkona and Parirang Counties of Unity State, and migrating community of Messeryia, Bagara and Ambororo from Southern Kordufan, who are searching for water and grazing land in Unity State, remain active in Unity State. Communities’ aggressive confrontation on each other was with traditional spears fighting and finally they begun to use guns resulting to mass killing and frequent retaliations due to unsettled local courts and traditional breakdown of human rights and the rule of law.
    Gender considerations
    The SSCCR explicitly encourages female perspectives to be voiced and heard in project activities and women have participated actively and visibly in previous community dialogue and Peace building training in Mayendit – The Grassroots Peace Recovery GPR.

    SSCCR – GPR project’s participants have so far been selected according to the following three categories: government officials, traditional leaders (chiefs) and civil society representatives, these three constituencies having different potential significance in conflict and conflict resolution and different interpretations and proposals of the situation including human right awareness and democratic governance dialogue.

    SSCCR facilitators explicitly encourage that female perspectives are voiced and heard in the plenary sessions of workshops.

    The participation of women’s representatives will continue to be a requirement for all project activities and SSCCR, will increasingly promote the discussion of gender considerations in the dialogue processes its facilitates.

    Sincerely,

    Gordon Lam
    Executive Director
    SSCCR

  54. Ivan Lwanyaga says:

    Greetings from Uganda, East Africa. My name is Ivan Lwanyaga the
    >Executive Director- Community Poverty Alleviation Uganda (CPAU) a
    >Nongovernmental Organization Reg.No.S.5914/7764 working in Kibaale
    >district mid western Uganda -East Africa. I learnt about you through a
    >web site search. And got interested in the activities you do in order to
    >uplift the community development work.

    >The organisation has been in existance since 2006 under the name
    >Community Concern Uganda. That was when the Organisation was a Community
    >Based Organization however, in September, 2008 the name changed to
    >Community Poverty Alleviation Uganda during registration at NGO Board.
    >
    >The following our Vision, Mission and intervention areas:
    >
    >Vision: A Uganda in which people love to live in dignity and justice.
    >
    >Mission: Alleviation off absolute poverty in the lives of people where
    >sustainable livelihoods are ascertained.
    >
    >Intervention Areas:
    >a) Livelihood and sustainable environmental use and management
    >-food security
    >-land ownership and women rights
    >-sustainable agriculture and tree planting
    >-making energy saving stoves
    >-supporting farmers with farm implements and inputs
    >
    >b) Health and early childhood care development and nutrition.
    >-food and nutrition
    >-sexual and gender based violence
    >-reproductive health
    >-domestic violence awareness campaigns
    >-gender awareness campaigns
    >
    >c) Education and Training
    >-campaign for girl child education
    >-support for orphans and other vulnerable children
    >-vocational training for the youth and school dropouts
    >-early childhood care development and nutrition
    >
    >d) Microfinance and small scale enterprises
    >- supporting women groups with seed money
    >-creating revolving fund for the poor.
    >-supporting market oriented farmers.
    >-support in land acquisition, housing finance for the poor and homeless.

    e)Water and Sanitation
    >trainining of water source committees
    construction of shallow wellsand protection of springs
    home improvement campaign through household competion

    >Success Stories
    >-38 women groups established and supported to sustain themselves
    >-constructed a health centre 2 at Kamusenene village Nkooko subcounty
    >-aquired 9.6 acres of land at Kamusenene village in Nkooko Subcounty
    >-training of othans and other school dropouts in vocational skills
    -HIV/AIDS awareness campaigns and VCT & PMTCT.
    -provision of planting materials for food security.
    constructed two habitable houses to two homeless families
    6 shallow wells constructed
    By this concept note, we would like to get financial support in in the areas of MICRO ENTERPRISE and Water in order to further
    our development activities in Kibaale District, Uganda. In case of any
    response please don¹t hesitate to contact the address below for further
    explanation and or sending a detailed proposal.

    We refer you to:
    Kibaale District Civil Society Organisations Network,

    ‘Endless Struggle for Community Welfare’

    Thank You,

    Ivan Lwanyaga
    EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR-CPAU

    Plot.No.2/4 Namyaka Rd
    Kakumiro Town,
    Opposite, Hotel Classic.

  55. Gilbert Walukwe says:

    we are a group of 8 male,singing acapella,dancing,drumming and actnig in an african style,though we`ve once participated in a roadshow for constitution in western province,in the country kenya,we are known as kayamba roots,through our entertainment we`ve achieved in terms ov forming community youth groups which until today they own community themselves and work instead of commiting robbery,snifing gum,handling weapons of any kind,we kayamba roots we are proud of that.we would like to participate more but we dont have enough required materials,we will be more than happy if you give us a chance .thank you in advance

  56. Hidayat Palaloi says:

    I am working on a south sulawesi for mangrove project, i hope information for mangrove project in indonesia expecially for mangrove, thank you very much

    Hidayat Palaloi
    executive director

  57. EDI ARIADI says:

    Dears all

    i hope information from all my friend working in social program and environmental Program. i am working in south sulawesi , indonesia Country. may program now for pores program and environmental program in water sheet River management my organization = KuPAS organization working with FORD Foundation now.

    Best Regard

    EDI ARIADI

  58. Kisan Sewa Sansthan says:

    We are a non government organization serving in social sector since 1991-92. From start to till now we have tried our best to play a role of community friend, educator, server in both rural and urban areas.

    It is our dream project to launch a community radio in our backward area where non of other government/social organizations are interested.

    If you could support us in the form of giving grant(s) we ensure you that it will be delightful for a big strength of community.

    Many-Many Thanks To You.

  59. we are request from you to help us for the waterless and famine condition in Somalia, so that please send us the application farm.

    thanks

  60. Santosh Shrestha says:

    Dear, Sir/Madam
    Greeting from Nepal
    My name is Santosh, Programme Coordinator of SEO,Nepal (Social Empowerment Organization). SEO,Nepal (Social Empowerment Organization) is non profitable, non governmental and non political organization; it registered in District Administrative Office, Social welfare council and NGO federation. It is working for the preservation and protection of women rights, child rights and land rights of poor farmers and landless people, compelled to endure the atrocity of society and which are deprived from excess to the governmental resources and services. This organization increase the awareness related to their rights and enable them to claim for their rights by the government and society. Dalit, Indigenous people, women (Specially women of muslim Community) and children, landless and poor people are the right holders of this organization.
    In the beginning, this organization started to work collaborating with VDC (Village Development Committee) in the form of network, and then as per suggestion of different government agencies and civil society, we registered our organization. We have long experience of working for the excluded communities and we are success too.
    Vision
    A community without poverty and injustice in which every person enjoys their right to a life with dignity.
    Mission
    To empower poor and excluded people to eradicate poverty and injustice.
    Goal
    To ensure poor and excluded people’s sustained livelihood and to enable them to lead a dignified life by securing rights.

    Our core achievements yet,
    Currently we are working in the 4 Village Development Committee of Banke district and we have a huge network in 5 district of the Nepal. The main achievement of this organization are given below
    • 2686 Muslim girls of Banke district began to go to the school and colleges.
    • Verbal divorce system is reduced.
    • Women violence is gradually reducing from muslim from working area.
    • 122 women of muslim community are began to assist their husband in income generate.
    • According to the paraspur VDC (Village Development Committee)46.23 Percent muslim women are began to use contraceptives.
    • Landless people are continuing claiming for their rights to land.
    • And many more.
    Despite of accretion of awareness, many women and girls are compelled to join illegal works such as prostitution, smuggling and trafficking of them-self etc, due poverty therefore this organization want to develop entrepreneurship and income generation skill these women.
    We hope you will kindly provide an opportunity to work with your reputed organization. If we’ll chanced to work with your organization, we will provide you complete satisfaction or return your fund back.
    Thank you

    Santosh Shrestha
    Director
    SEO,Nepal

  61. Umesh Kumar Gupta says:

    Dear, Sir/Madam
    Greeting from Nepal
    My name is Umesh Kumar Gupta, Director of SEO,Nepal (Social Empowerment Organization). SEO,Nepal (Social Empowerment Organization) is non profitable, non governmental and non political organization; it registered in District Administrative Office, Social welfare council and NGO federation. It is working for the preservation and protection of women rights, child rights and land rights of poor farmers and landless people, compelled to endure the atrocity of society and which are deprived from excess to the governmental resources and services. This organization increase the awareness related to their rights and enable them to claim for their rights by the government and society. Dalit, Indigenous people, women (Specially women of muslim Community) and children, landless and poor people are the right holders of this organization.
    In the beginning, this organization started to work collaborating with VDC (Village Development Committee) in the form of network, and then as per suggestion of different government agencies and civil society, we registered our organization. We have long experience of working for the excluded communities and we are success too.
    Vision
    A community without poverty and injustice in which every person enjoys their right to a life with dignity.
    Mission
    To empower poor and excluded people to eradicate poverty and injustice.
    Goal
    To ensure poor and excluded people’s sustained livelihood and to enable them to lead a dignified life by securing rights.

    Our core achievements yet,
    Currently we are working in the 4 Village Development Committee of Banke district and we have a huge network in 5 district of the Nepal. The main achievement of this organization are given below
    • 2686 Muslim girls of Banke district began to go to the school and colleges.
    • Verbal divorce system is reduced.
    • Women violence is gradually reducing from muslim from working area.
    • 122 women of muslim community are began to assist their husband in income generate.
    • According to the paraspur VDC (Village Development Committee)46.23 Percent muslim women are began to use contraceptives.
    • Landless people are continuing claiming for their rights to land.
    • And many more.
    Despite of accretion of awareness, many women and girls are compelled to join illegal works such as prostitution, smuggling and trafficking of them-self etc, due poverty therefore this organization want to develop entrepreneurship and income generation skill these women.
    We hope you will kindly provide an opportunity to work with your reputed organization. If we’ll chanced to work with your organization, we will provide you complete satisfaction or return your fund back.
    Thank you

    Umesh Kumar Gupta
    Director
    SEO,Nepal

  62. Ebrima Dem says:

    Hello,
    we are a youth-led research and development organization in the Gambia call Global Unification. We work with young people (men and women) to support local communities to move out extreme poverty and adapt to the impact of climate change. We have participated in the COP 15, COP 16 and other UNFCCC process where young people are seen as active stakeholders. We also run radio a weekly radio program on climate change call Climate talk which promote public participation and access to information on climate change as well as community based adaptation program to climate change.
    We can develop a concept note on climate change, however, I could not see the list of eligible countries. Please confirm if Gambia is eligible so that we can apply.

    Best wishes
    Ebrima
    Global Unification the Gambia
    Suite 106, Plaza Center, 151 Mosque Road
    Serekunda

  63. Amanuel H. says:

    Dear Sir/Madam,
    Forum for Environment Tigray (FET) is a regional platform established for promoting environmental advocacy and communication among people who are concerned with in the region’s environment to bring about sustainable development. Hence, we are kindly requesting your suppoer so as to contribute our share in sustaining our environment oriented development.

    best regards,

  64. nattabi sarah says:

    our ngo is based in the Uganda. it is main aim is to help children on island since they are not cared for.among other objective is seeing the life of the people on the island improved. cause it come to our notes that people on island do not care about their life,they lack health facilities,have no aids/HIV knowledge and so many things.We could do more appreciable work on this one. We will submit our concept note.thank may God be with you.

  65. St.Theresa’s Educational Society
    March 29, 2011 at 12:33 am

    Respectable Sir,
    Greetings from St.Theresa’s Educational Society. It has a small school from Nursery to 7th class. It is a tribal area. Mostly people of this area belong to poor and needy family. School is being run in the rented house. And we are struggling to maintain the same. As students are from poor family, they cannot pay the fee.Therefore we need supports for the following. Whom to contact and how to contact, kindly suggest us, so that we will remember you our whole life.
    Hope you will do something. If you feel it is a trouble for you.Kindly excuse me and sorry for it. God will bless you hundred folds for your good deeds.Actually I am unworthy to contact a great people like you but courageously I thought of sharing my problems. I hope God will inspire his people to show us the way .

    Thanking you for the patience to go through,

    Our needs
    1. School building rent
    2. Uniforms for the school children
    3. School furniture
    4. Teachers salary
    5. Play materials
    6. Books and stationary

    Yours sincerely,

    pakistan
    ismail khan

  66. Gabriel Norgah says:

    Hello and greetings from Ghana.
    I will first of all, want to thank you for the good work you doing for humanity. I came across your website while browsing the internet. Taking time to read your blog, and other reports, made me realize i was just at the right place.
    I have founded an NGO called SEARCH EYES. The main objective of this NGO is going especially into the hinterlands/villages, search for, and finding any person(s) with a disability, interviewing them to know their needs, and helping them.
    We also organize workshops to enlighten them on their rights, as disabled persons, and also educate them on what is rightfully theirs vis-a-vis opportunities in the new disability Policy Document, passed by our parliament in year 2006.
    Being a disabled person myself, i know how it feels like, and
    therefore i am able to understand their needs very well.
    The major challenge here is funding. We lack a vehicle to reach out to our brothers and sisters in the hinterlands/villages as much as we would have wished to, and also the resources to provide for their needs.
    I am first and foremost happy that i have had access to your
    website, and i will therefore take this opportunity to make a humble appeal to your outfit, to provide us with any form of assistance at all that you could afford. We would appreciate anything by way of support that will come from you.
    Thank you in advance, and hoping to hearing from you as soon as practicable.
    Gabriel(Founder and Director).

  67. Ghaffar Shah kakar says:

    Respected sir,Madam
    we have NGO (North National Community for Social Development Balochistan) based working for the development of rural areas especially for women empowerment,poverty reduction,education,health,water and environment and minds changing of the extremists,human rights.hoping a favorable support as partner with usaid funding for the above mentioned program.

    with best regard.
    From CEO Ghaffar Shah Kakar

  68. Rev. Ndonwi Peter/ Mr. Atoh Thomas says:

    NAME OF PROJECT: CASSAVA AND MAIZE CULTIVATION FOR FOOD SECURITY AND POVERTY ALLEVIATION IN THE SOUTH WEST REGION OF CAMEROON.
    NAME OF ORGANIZATION: The United Revival Rehabilitation Centre (TURRC)
    P.O.BOX 29 BUEA, SOUTH WEST REGION, CAMEROON
    CONTACT PERSONS: Rev. Ndonwi Peter, MR Atoh Thomas Shu, Mrs Veran Manka’a
    TARGETED PERSONS: Rural Women and Youths Peasant Farmers Group

    ABOUT TURRC

    TURRC stands for The United Revival Rehabilitation Centre. TURRC is a Cameroon based Non-governmental organization founded by a group of people both Cameroonians and Non Cameroonians in April 2006 and based in Buea, South Cameroon. It is a non-religious and apolitical organization with an international scope. TURRC stands for healthy development of the youths especially the disadvantaged groups, juvenile delinquent children, children living with HIV/AIDS and other neglected health and mental conditions like autism. We are committed in the healthy development of the youths especially the disadvantaged groups, juvenile delinquent children, children living with HIV/AIDS and other neglected health and mental conditions like autism.

    Our goal is to be able to give training, a sense of direction and hope to 500 children who seemingly has bleak futures by 2015, to enhance the character in young people, build confidence in their abilities, develop their competence, talents and self-sufficiency and instill a sense of belonging and connectedness with the communities in which they live.

    This organization has therefore taken as challenge; to either stamp out the negative aspects, delinquent and street life in our communities.
    It is clear that in the world today, especially in the under developed world, we have a lot of children who don’t even know where they come from, i.e. they don’t even know their parents, talk less about knowing where there are going to. These children, some are school drop outs, orphans, handicaps, the needy, street children, and also we have the old and uneducated people, the homeless just to mention these, TURRC, has therefore taken it as challenge to make sure that these groups of people who are considered to be out casts, useless, unwanted, you name the rest, to be re-instituted, educated and why not be considered models and real examples in Cameroon, Africa and the world.

    We have therefore taken a clear study in a number of fields in which if these people are given some lectures , especially in a practical method, then it shall without doubt change their lives, make them able, educated, organized and why not real models for tomorrow.

    Driven by grassroots youth/women organizations from around Cameroon, the members and partners of TURRC believe it is in the best interest of local communities and the global development field for Youths/ Women leaders to expand their participation and leadership in community development work on the issues that affect their daily lives. TURRC members and partners believe grassroots youth/women participation in local to global decision-making is a reliable route to achieving juvenile issues, gender equitable, pro-poor policies and investments.

    PROJECT DISCRIPTION

    Issues of problems to be addresses by this project;

    Rural and semi urban areas of Cameroon suffer from unemployment and poverty, especially the women and youths.
    This class of people is the most vulnerable and fines it difficult to afford for their basic necessities such as good quality education for their children, social welfare, and health care, saving etc.This because they are poor and rely on local farming carried out with crude and rudimentary tools.
    They have a per capital income of less than one dollar a day for life sustainability.
    With the poor economy in place, coupled with high proportion of literate youths most of whom are graduate from the university and other institutions of higher learning are unemployed as shown by statistics.this makes unemployment so high. By this we saw the need to educate, empower and train this women and youths groups from this area and others within the national territory. Targeted persons are mostly women and the youth groups as they provide food to their family and communities and the nation as a whole. This will encourage a sustainable life style and make them more responsible for nation building and the world at large

    PROJECT OBJECTIVES
    • To empower this groups of persons with modern techniques and material for the production of cassava, maize and their respective
    Products.
    • To ensure food sufficiency.
    • To reduce unemployment.
    • To ensure food security and poverty alleviation.
    • To make them become self reliance.
    PROJECT OUTLINE
    • Preparation and acquisition of materials for the projects
    • Sensitization and education of the various groups concern on how to use these material and modern techniques for project realization, through training workshops and seminars.
    • Transportation and distribution of the materials
    • Disbursement of funds needed for the project.
    • Visit to project sites for continues assessment and guidance.
    • Evaluation and presentation of project reports to donor.
    • Duration of the project (1 year).

  69. ALPHONSE GILL says:

    Dear Sir / Madam

    This is ALPHONSE GILL from Pakistan.I have running a Organization as education and also running a School in Punjab,Pakistan.i was provide Uniforms and books and pocket money,but now i can`t provide this everything,now this time i need your help for my School.Now i want to start my School again so please help me for my aim.

    I hope you will also Co operate with me and reply me as soon as possible.

    Best Regards

    ALPHONSE GILL

  70. Delfina de Jesus says:

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    consep note we have prepared but how do I send it? whether we still send through the leave a repply?
    or is there another address that is used to send the consep note?

    Thank you for your kind cooperation

    Greetings from East Timor,
    Delfina de Jesus
    Head of Programming (HOP)

  71. Shiful Islam says:

    April 09, 2011
    Dear sir/madam,
    Please send us details of proposal guideline and other details of proposal. I am from Bangladesh so can you please confirm me whether we will able to apply for our NGO or not. We are grassroots local organization working in Magura district in Bangladesh on the issues related water and sanitation, working with disabled people, climate change, agriculture and health.
    Looking forward to your support and necessary cooperation.

    Thanking you again,

    With best regards

    Md. Shiful Islam
    Executive Director
    Research and Rehabilitation Program for the Disabled (RRD)
    Sibrampur, Magura
    Bangladesh

  72. eckernforde secondary school says:

    am the headmaster eckernforde secondary school,
    my school is assisting poor individuals who are un eble to support their children to go to school, bu the enrollment for this year has been soo big in that if i do not request for assistance i may fail to cerstain then in school
    so am kindly asking for the assistance to cerstain 200 students only in school.

    the school is located in east africa-tanzania-tanga region
    thanks.

  73. Razaullah Khan says:

    The Legend Soceity is Quetta Balochistan, Pakistan Based Organization. the Legend Soceity has Extensive experience with various international organizations.

    The organization mission is to bring lasting improvements to the quality of life of marginalized communities, specially women, children, youth and vulnerable groups through policy and practice interventions.

    Our Objective are following
    LS works the improvement of lives of marginalized communities both urban and in the remote areas. LS interventions are based on creating rebut linkages between man and nature to underscore this critical interdependency to ensure sustainable results. LS aims and objectives include the protection of the human resources through the following interventions:

    •Education both formal and informal
    •Health especially reproductive health, infectious diseases and HIV and AIDS etc.
    •Social mobilizations, Socio Economic Surveys & research
    •Poverty Alleviation
    •Human Development ( Vocational and Skill development)
    •Food distribution, Agriculture and livestock raising.
    •Environmental Protection, Water conservation & Sanitation
    •Strengthening of democracy, Human Rights, specially women and children with free legal aid service for poor and needy women.
    •Community Physical Infrastructure.

  74. Please send details of proposal guideline and other details of proposal. I am from pakistan so can u please confirm me whether i will able to apply for our NGO or not. we are grassroot organisation working in pakistan on the issues related Snake Research,climate change,and health for rural & desert areas.

    looking forward to your support and cooperation.

    Best Regards:

    SHAKEEL
    G.S SRO NGO

  75. desmond kuranchie says:

    kuranchie mensah desmond is my name . am a teacher at Mmaampehiah D/A primary,
    a school in the GA SOUTH.
    please, we lack some facilities and we want you organisation to help us in our ICT improvement by providing us with computers.
    thank you and hoping to here from you soon.

  76. faiza zaib says:

    Dear Sir,Madam
    We want to inform you about the mission of our local(NGO Fizzi Organization) in District Abbottabad Province(KPK) Pakistan.
    Mission our NGO is working on two common problems of womens Education & Health. So far the important of our mission definitely we needs funds and more directions from your site and we will give you output. We are hoping well from your site and looking forward…….

  77. Lucky Khumalo T.N says:

    I’m the Executive coordinator of the EzakwaZulu Youth Organization
    which is looking for funding to operates youth project.
    from South Africa in KZN Province.

    Thank you

  78. Shanthamma says:

    Dear Sir/Madam

    Greetings from –SAHABHAGINI-
    Federation of State Level Female Sex Workers Collectives – Karnataka State, India

    Sahabhagini is a federation of ‘women in sex work collectives’ in Karnataka and was registered in 2002 under the Societies Registration Act of 1960. Sahabhagini is a community based organization which evolved out of a collectivization process and is a result of a strategy to encounter the HIV/Aids epidemic in the state of Karnataka. The mission of Sahabhagini is to empower and improve the qualityof life of poor and marginalized women in sex work for a life with dignity and respect.Sahabhagini is presently reaching out to 35,000 women in sex work through 25 collectives in 23 districts of Karnataka.,

    The beneficiaries are women in sex work and their children and partners in the state of Karnataka.The strategy of empowerment through collectivization has enabled women in sex work protect themselves from further infection from HIV/Aids. It has contributed to reducing violence perpetuated against them by the police and other social elements. The strategy has also contributed to educating their children and the realization of their rights and basic social entitlements.

    Major changs acheived include a decline in new infection rates , increased access to condoms and other services for safe sex practices and enhanced collective bargaining power . Sahabhagini has established synergic links with like minded NGOs, CBOs such as South Indian Aids Action Programme (SIAAP -Tamil Nadu), Indian Network of Positive People (INP+), Karnataka State Aids Control Society (KSACS), Aids Prevention and Control Project (APAC), Karnataka Health Promotion Trust (KHPT), and others, at the district, state and national levels.

    Sahabhagini has a general body consisting of 50 women from the community representing 25 CBOs who meet once a year. The EC has 13 women members which meets regularly once in 2 months. Sahabhaini has a total staff strength of 20 out of which 2 are men. This project has 3 technical staff members of which one is male, it also has 10 women peer managers and 40 women peer educators.

    SAHABHAGINI mobilize women in sex work, and strengthen organizational development in a democratic way, voice our existence from site level to state level. Empower them to realize their rights. Advocate with state level government institution to bring change in their policy that has negative impact on lives of women in sex work.

    I am writing for information on possibility of funding assistance for a project that we have to work on the “Alternate livelihood Program for vulnerable women, including women in sex work, women living with HIV and single mothers” in Karnataka, India

    We would be grateful to know if your organization would consider providing Financial Assistance for this proposed project. If so, how we could apply for the needed assistance. Please provide us with the necessary process, if any.

    .

    With Sincerely

    Yours

    Shanthamma
    President
    Sahabhagini-State level Female Sex workers Collectives-Karnataka

  79. georgekutty samuel says:

    dear sir/madam
    I Mr.George kutty Samuel running an orphanage in the suburbs in mumbai.Our project name is Shelter of Love Orphanage and we are supporting 30 boys and 15 girls in our own place.We need funds in order to establish a school in our own land for further upliftment of children.We are doing our maximum to come up for the children but are lacking due to less funds.If needed I can send the available information needed for your inquiry. Kindly do send me the application form for the grants.
    please do the needful
    George kutty samuel

  80. Prashant Shinde says:

    Dear Sir

    We are the NGO having the office in Satara, Maharashtra, INDIA, following objects
    1.To develop the environment by tree plantation
    2.To educate the childrens who have not able to learn or take education.
    3.Woment empowerment to help the womens for the starting their self help group and earn money.
    4.To develop the people from the backward classes,
    5.HIV aids counselling awareness programmes.
    6.Blood donation camp.
    7.To help the people below poverty line by helping them and to aware them the governments scheme.
    8.To work in the rural areas for the water and agreeculture.
    9.TO form the schools for the childrens who has deserted, with the shelter, food and education.
    10.To form the oldage homes.

    Kindly guide us for the projects if any

  81. Tanveer Ahmad says:

    Dear sir we want to inform you about the mission of our Local but approved and registered Ngo (Faraan Welfare Organization) in District kasur (Province Punjab Pakistan)
    Mission of our Ngo is working on different sectors like health, education, agriculture, human rights, women development and democracy and particularly awareness programs for un educated and poor people, so for the improvement of our mission definitely we need funds and more directions from your side and we will gave you out put and we are hoping well from your side and looking forward now………
    Tanveer Ahmad(coordinator)

  82. ADEBAYO STEPHEN FOLORUNSO says:

    I am the Executive Director of LEEPRI-Lifeseed Economic Empowerment and Poverty Reduction Initiative.LEEPRI is a non governmental,non for profit organization laden with the onerous responsibility of addressing the issue of poverty and youth unemployment in Nigeria.we have discovered that poverty cannot be alleviated only by giving out money to the poor,poverty goes beyond that.there are other strong factors to be addressed if poverty is to be alleviated,these are the issues we address alongside giving microcredit to start up a business or to expand the existing one.please,send me the details of how to apply for the funds. Thank you.

  83. marcel egesimba says:

    we are the helper foundation for the less privileged child. we humbly request an application form. thanks and God bless.

  84. Mohamed Abdi Ali says:

    Am Mohamed Abdi Ali the excutive director of Foundation Relief And Development Organization{FRADO}.
    FRADO is youth organization established in 20/10/2000 Providing awareness campaign to enhance peace and says NO TO VOILANCE.
    The organization targets to help children,women and aged.
    To educate children,mulnitrition and against drug abuse.
    To protect women from gender based voilance and empower them.
    To care aged people.
    FRADO’s main office is in Mogadhu, but the organization activities covers
    Somalia,Kenya,Uganda,and Ethiopia we have our focal representatives in these countries.
    So we kindly request for FUND & SUPPORT
    thks.

  85. Nandan bisht says:

    dear sir, greeting, our organization are community based in india distt chamoli uttarakhand our main mision and vision is
    10. zOrganizational Vision/ Mission: Development And Empowerment Of Community Based Organizations (CBOs) and Self Help Groups (SHGs) Based On The Local Resources.
    11. Objective Of Organization :
     To Increase Food Security By Ensuring Environmental, Ecological & Social Security.
     Economic Empowerment of Women Based On Local Resources.
     Strengthening Network Of Community Based Organizations Like Van Panchayats, Self Help Groups, Mahila Mangal Dals, Yuvak Mangal Dals, Gram Panchayats Etc.
     Improving Access Of Women to Micro-Credit and Bank Linkages
     Involvement of Women in Local Level Planning and Convergence of Services of DWCD and Other Department.

  86. Johnstone Ekamais says:

    i am the programme co-ordinator for Elemi Pastoralists Development initiative (EPADI) based in Kibish border of Kenya, ethiopia and Southern sudan. it was established in 2009 as a community based organization which was registered in April, 2009.
    EPADI’s thematic areas are water and sanitation, peace building and conflict mitigation, education – campaigning for the pastoralists to take their children to school and livestock marketing.
    we wish to present a concept paper on how we can protect 16 springs with 2 other hot springs by providing pastoralists with other sources of water both for human and livestock consumption. therefore, i need your advise on how i can go about the process.

  87. Betty Nakafunvu says:

    We are an organisation working with people with disabilities, having worked alot on the medical rehabilitation, it has been noted that most our clients remain economically helpless, this has made us look for an agency like USAID that does fund microenterprise so that we create an independent project within or out of our premises that can economically empower older people with disabilities, please send us the application form.
    thank you.
    Betty
    Admin. assistant

  88. SON Chumchuon says:

    Dear sir/Madam,it is a bit late for us to get the information of grant program. We are the Khmer Kampuchea Krom organization working Cambodia which focus on the Khmer Kampuchea Krom vulnerable youths who dropped out of school due to the lack of the financial capacity and support from the government. Under the program of support, these youths will live with full and decent livelihood, education level, dignity and freedom. The grant program very much interest and we would like please send me the application or concept note form so that we should fill and send back.

    SON Chumchuon
    KKKHRDA Coordinator

    Khmer Kampuchea Krom people and vulnerable youth
    live legally with the respects of basic rights and freedom,
    decent livelihoods, dignity, progress, and harmony.
    #67, Street 2011 (Borey Preynokor Community),
    Kouk Khleang Village,Phnom Penh Thmey, Commune, Sen Sok
    District, Phnom Penh.

  89. Pragyan Mohanty says:

    Dear sir/madam,
    I run an NGO in orissa(INDIA).I have been a lecturer for a long time now but working for ‘OASIS is my passion.I can definiyly go a long way in advancing this nobel cause if i get some support and assistance from you.Please let me know if i could be a part of your family.Dearth of funds is really hampering my work.
    Thanking you,
    Pragyan mohanty(secretary),
    ‘OASIS’

  90. Daniele Bagnaresi says:

    Dear Sirs,

    My name is Daniele and I’m working in Bangladesh for an NGO called Aste Aste Ogrogoti. We are working on the education field right now.

    I have been contacted from a bangladeshi NGO called Geon Health Foundation who works against AIDS since years. They are a group of 30 HIV people who need medicines and support to go on with their project.

    They told me that now they are in big troubles right now because they don’t have any partner and fund.

    I thought that if they are able to apply, You can give them a great possibility

    Thank you in advice,

    Daniele

  91. ramesh kumar singh says:

    my self activist working for sant sewa sansthan at indo nepal border for poor people for their development.

  92. Rakesh kumar says:

    JAGRAN KALYAN BHARTI is a leading voluntary organization registered under the Indian Societies Registration Act 1860 and FCRA. It is also registered under section 12 A & 80 G of the Income Tax Act. The organization has its headquarters at ward no. 3, Sultan Pokhar, Forbesganj, ARARIA, Bihar, INDIA and activities spread in districts of not only Araria but also in Supaul, Sharsa districts in the State of Bihar, India. The organization has been working for the twenty (15) years for the welfare of poor and disadvantaged people of the community particularly rural sections of the society through various developmental programmes with the objectives to develop sustainable self-reliant community through their active participation in all our development efforts. Since its inception the organization has been undertaking several programmes for research studies, surveys, providing better education, vocational training, better health services, Sanitation for poor, inculcating awareness among resource poor for their rights and duties, empowerment of women, promotion of income generating activities, imparting training for capacity building, and formation of self-help groups and support them for their self-reliance.

  93. sir, our ngo ANWER SANSTHAN is working from one year, we are working in rain harvesting system, save water in many method, so if u r interested in us than plz contact us, and send us details for work

  94. Ashish Lal says:

    COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT PROJECT

    1. Project : Basic Education for the children of Slum dwellers.

    Name OF ORGANIZATION : “MERCY WELFRE SOCIETY”
    Registration Number of Organization: S. 40462- Under Society Act 1860
    Registration with: 80G – For Tex Exemption
    Contact Address: : 2417-19, Phase- I, Gautampuri, Near Badarpur
    New Delhi – 110044
    INDIA

    3. Target Area : Delhi, Haryana, U.P
    4. Aims of the project : Providing the slum dwelling children with basic education, so as to make them more disciplined and for better living.

    5. Schedule & Strategy : 2 years duration.

    6. Required funding : Rs. 3, 75,000 or USD $. 8,334.

    1. Title : Basic Education for the children of slum-dwellers.

    Profile of the Organisation :

    “Mercy Welfare Society” is a registered non-profit making, volunteer non-governmental organisation working in the Slum and Resettlement Colony of Delhi and Punjab, Hryayan and U. P. Slums and villages, a backward underdeveloped state in India. Our organisation is mainly working in the priorities of education, Vocational Training and community development in the rural, and urban areas of Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, and U.P. State. Also projects such as Primary English Medium School , Vocational Training programmes have been initiated and being implemented successfully in our project located area..
    We have a team of dedicated grassroot volunteers, experienced and qualified educational counsellors, and qualified Teachers on our panel, who are enabling us to implement our programmes effectively with result orientation.
    Our contact person, the executive secretary (Mr. Ashish Lal) is fully responsible for proper implementation, monitoring and evaluation of this project.
    Experience of the Previous/ History:
    MWS for the last 8 years are engaged in these activities. At present there are near about 500 children and adolescents who are involved with this project. The experiences gathered through this project have encouraged MWS for its future activities. The projects of MWS are more or less similar to the program. If we can implement this project then the work standard will improve and we can include more and more children within this project. From March 05 Friends of India is supporting this project; it has already been stopped funds for our organization. At present 250 children have enrolled with our project called Primary English Medium School. Presently MWS is running 5 community based education centers in different slum areas of Delhi. In these 5 centers MWS engaged 10 community teachers. They are working with community, children.

    Brief History AND LEAGAL STaTUS:-

    • Mercy Welfare Society was started by Ashish Lal, in 2001 with small work of community development program through Education Project and Vocational Training.

    • MSWS is a registered organization, which works on no profit basis. It is registered under Societies Registration Act. 1860 (India) in the office of registrar of societies, New Delhi on 8th October 2001, vide registration number S/40462.

    • MWS has been registered with Ministry of Home Affairs; Govt. of India under FCRA (Foreign Contribution Regulation Act, FCRA No- 231661083 to receive foreign contributions/grants.
    • Mercy Welfare Society has Section 80G (5)(vi) & 10(23C)(vi) of Income Tax Act MWS has been granted 80 G (5)(vi) & 10, so that donations are tax deductible. projects/ Achievements- No. of 255 children are regularly coming to Grace and Glory primary school.

    Target area & people:

    The rural poor and unskilled workers migrate to the city in search of livelihood, as the employment in the unskilled sector is high. But due to the costly city life and higher rentals, these poor people form into groups and build make shift houses in the suburbs or open places which finally become slum areas due to the unorganised, unplanned occupation and living. These poor migrants who live a hand to mouth life by earning very little on daily labour and miserable living conditions make them send their children for low and menial jobs to earn some additional income for their families. Thus it is making difficult for them to provide any basic education to the slum dwelling children. The four places areas (Delhi, Punjab, Hrayan, U.P. ) Each slum area will have very small number school going children who are forced to go for low paid small jobs and thus are deprived of even the basic education. Hence our committee and members proposed to motivate and provide basic education in their free times so as to make them better developed children of our country.

    Need of the Project

    We believe in the principle that “Education as a burning torch sheds away the darkness of ignorance” and gives a matured understanding of lives in their growth. The lack of proper facilities or the scanty facilities available as the government schools do not provide the required result, as the government paid teachers do not motivate the children to come to the school, also the stringent monetary conditions of the parents constrain sending their children to schools, instead sending them for small and menial jobs.

    The lack of proper basic education, added to it their miserable living conditions, the strenuous labour tend these children to become unwanted criminals in the society. So, we propose to start a morning/evening school with midday meal or nutritious diet supplemented. Education alone creates awareness in their walk of life and helps them to understand the environment and the society in a better way. As such we felt it necessary to implement this project by choosing these areas, Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, U.P. as our initial beginning.

    Project Objectives:

    A) Spread awareness and motivate parents in target locations on importance of children’s education
    B) To facilitate and develop a model of Child friendly education system and to create interest amongst the children towards formal education system
    C) Create a participatory model of Community Schooling through integrating the existing education / school and support systems.
    D) Ensure participation of children in developing child friendly teaching learning materials and facilitate their process of learning joyful.
    Short Term

     Basic education to 200-250 children per slum area, Delhi, Punjab, Haryana, U.P.
     Basic education to be imparted through games and audio visual aids to make the children understand the subject easily.
     Supply of specially printed text/note books.

     Prizes & Awards to be initiated.

     Motivating the parents to send their children to schools by creating awareness about the importance of their child’’ education which makes him group in a decent way for a better walk of disciplined life.
    Long Term
     Basic education and morals taught will reduce the criminal rate and develops a well-defined society in the long run.
    Schedule & Strategy
    Survey
     An initial survey to be undertaken as to assess the number of children in the school going age group and select a list of atleast 200-250 students per slum areas.
     Providing a minimum of 4 teachers/volunteers to provide education to these children in an inovate way.
     A cook and a helper to be provided for each area with required rations and utensils to prepare the diet.
     One overall supervisor for each area to directly monitor and report to the executive secretary.
     To conduct non-formal awareness building camps to the parents so as to make them realise the importance of sending their children to school.
     Non-formal parent meetings to provide a platform to teach them alphabets and signatures.

    Mode of Action

    It is planned to conduct/implement this programme for a period of 2 years initially in the two slum areas. In this period, basic education is imparted upto standard Ivth, and among these children around 20 to 25 children are recognised for sending them to higher classes with the aid of the Governmental agencies or give support to a selected few, so that from each core group atleast some will become better citizens of the society. Initially in the survey, children of slightly higher age group of 6 to 8 years will be chosen so as to tap the brains of the children a bit easily and persuade them for higher schooling. The midday meal and/or to the school and compensate a little of loss that may arise due to their absence to their livelihood jobs at occasions.
    Core team of the Project

    We have proposed to formulate a good team for each area so as to implement the project successfully. The team- consists of

     The Executive Secretary – Contact Person and for overall monitoring the project till it is completed.

     Supervisors/Field Project Co-ordinators – 1 each x 2

     To oversee each area for smooth and efficient implementation of the programme with complete coordination of the volunteers/teachers. And he shall directly report to the executive secretary, the contact person for necessary guidance and instructions.

     Volunteers/Teachers @ 2 x 2 = 4

     Each are will be covered by 2 teachers of which 1 will be women teachers, 1 will be sports guide and audio visual and/TV operator, 1 will be male teachers who will provide innovative basic education along with the female teachers, also maintaining the midday meal provision for the children.

     1 Cook and 1 Helper @ 2 = 2 cooks and 2 helpers.
    The cooks will be provided with the required rations, utensils and all other material required for preparing the meals or snacks to the children with the assistance of the helpers.

    Monitoring and Evaluation

    Proper monitoring of the programme will be made at regular monthly intervals and will be discussed by the teachers, PCs, Executive Secretary to study the progress. Every six months half-yearly progress, with the innovative changes required if any, and the statements of accounts will be submitted to the donor agencies if so required. And the end of financial year audited statements of the accounts will be submitted to the concerned donor and governmental agencies, as required.

    Anticipated result and follow up

    The success of the project will have a demonstration effect on the other slum areas, paving way for development of their children of the neighbouring slum areas, who may approach us for implementing this project in their area also.

    The long-term result will be the development of the slum children to live a better and disciplined life, which also reduces the criminal rate, as education will improve their mental facilities.

    Budget Estimate for two years

    Capital/Non-recurring expenditure
    Fund Required
    1. TVs x 2 @ Rs.8,000/- = Rs. 16,000
    2. VCPRs x 2 @ Rs.10,000/- = Rs. 20,000
    3. Blackboards x 2 x 2 @ Rs.500/- = Rs. 2,000
    4. Hand Mike Sets x 2 @ Rs. 1,000/- = Rs. 2,000
    5. Mats 100 x 3 @ Rs. 10/- = Rs. 3,000
    6. Utensils 1 set @ Rs. 1,000/- x 2 = Rs. 2,000

    Staff and Honorarium

    1. Project Coordinator 3000 x 2 Nos. x 24 Months = Rs.1,44,000
    2. Teachers/Volunteers 1500 x 2= 3000 x 24 = Rs 72,000
    3. Cook 1000 x 2 =2000 x 24 = Rs 48,000
    4. Helper 800 x 2= 1600 x 24 = Rs. 48,400

    Printing & Stationary 2500/- x 2 = Rs 5,000
    Postages 100/- x 24 = Rs 2,400
    Auditing 3000/- x 2 = Rs 6,000
    Miscellaneous & Unforeseen 2500/- x 2 = Rs 5,000
    —————
    Grand Total – Rs. 3,75000

    Funds Required Rs 3,75,000 IRS or USD$. 8,334.

  95. Ashish Lal says:

    I am Ashish Lal, I am doing work for Underprivileged children. At present I am running a English medium School for Slum Children and 3 Sewing Center for Slum Girls. I would like to start a Education program for dropout children as a Non-formal Education (NFE) but we don’t have funds for this project. I have FCRA.
    you can see our work on web: page.
    I need your help.

    Thanks

    Ashish Lal

  96. S R Sadkin says:

    Dear sir/ madam
    We sukanya mahila seva sangha mahagaon tq&Dist: Gulbarga Karnataka state India, we working in Free Education for BPL Student and working in social secter, Animal husbundry, forestery, Skil developmentprogram, women welfare, Etc since 11 years. we have FCRA,12A, now apply for 80G so arrange us any one project Please.

  97. Okada Tommy says:

    Please we have climate change project proposal ready and we are the youth civil society Organization working in Uganda in more than 5 districts and we would like to implement climate change project as your partner and we have BLD project on going but phasing out in 2011 with support from Action Aids international Uganda
    Thanks,Coordinator RDP Uganda Apac

  98. Dr Edmund Anuforo says:

    I am the national coordinator of serwah rural health initiative a national network of volunteers in nigeria based primarily in owerri abuja and port harcourt our vision is to improve rural health care delivery systems in partnership with community dvpt groups at the grassroot local govts and dvpt agencies our present focus is advocacy social mobilization and health education we carry out free health missons water and sanitation programs in rural areas when funds are available we have been in existence for 5yrs now we would be glad to carry out water sanitation and hygiene programs with u taking into acount that most of our rural diseases eg cholera thyphoid and malaria fall under this umbrella thanks while waiting for a favourable response

  99. ANSELMO WAMI says:

    Hi!
    Our organisation is Kiborian Environmental Network.It is situated at DODOMA-TANZANIA.
    I wish to apply soon.I have prepared a concept note about the adaptation of climate change.May you send an application form to me.

  100. Zelealem Fisseha says:

    Hi every one
    My Organization is Tabor Children and Youth Development Organization that is found in Ethiopia, SNNPR capital Hawassa. and we are so interested to do on Community development works with development partners so please send us your application form and lets do together. i am waiting for you see you

  101. my Name Bakan Apollo James says:

    Iam Bakan Appollo James Executive Director of Vision Care Amudat(VCA)working in Amudat district in Uganda.
    My organization deals with community sensitization and education on a number of programmes like Agriculture,Livestock,HIV/Aids,Female Genital Mutilation (FGM).
    Please iam glade to the people of America for seeking proposals from NGOs.
    please can you sent for me the proposal form to fill in.
    Thanks,
    Bakan Appollo James

  102. kiran kadam says:

    Dear sir/ madam

    i newly register organization called Janmanas social development organization. we want your guidance support for writing proposal, and getting fund. organization focus on education, health, human tight , agriculture, climate change,Gender equality, livelihood.

  103. Emmanuel E. says:

    Our organisation is a community base organisation in Nigeria call BRIDGE OF LIFE FOUNDATION, we are interested in applying for this grant. Please can you send the application/concept note format to us and also a guide on how to apply for this grant.

  104. Ly Khom says:

    I am very interested in your funding ad and wish to apply for fund to develop in-country program.

    Please kindly send me detailed guidelines of proposal.

    Best regards,

    Ly Khom, Cambodia

  105. Dambaru Sisa says:

    Its a good things for all youth mass. i appreciate it.

  106. ERIC YIADOM says:

    Help Africa Village Mothers Organization (HAVMO) is a community development Organization focused on the empowerment of the Africa Village Mothers and Widows.
    HAVMO as an NGO was founded in 2000 by MR. ERIC YIADOM in a small Village in Southern Region called KASOA in Ghana, Africa, Then a rural cooperative officer. He identified the lack of credit as a major obstacle to the full realization of the potentials of Africa Village Mothers and widows.
    HAVMO mission is to ensure the total development of Africa Village Mothers to be accessible to those even in the urban areas and Cities.
    HAVMO Vision is to make the hope to the Africa Village Mothers and make them fell that they are not left or forgotten in the world.
    Through this organization HAVMO have been able to train close to 600 Village women through awareness on how to access HAVMO soft loan.
    we therefore for application form to you.

  107. Longoli Simon Peter
    April 1, 2011 at 6:01 am
    Hello Sir/Madam,
    We are a community Based Organisation in Kenya particularly Kitui West district and work in the area of poverty alleviation, AIDS and Environmental Conservation. This year, we want to start a project of planting more than 200,000 trees in one of the districts
    We want to benefit from this fund. Please send us the application package.
    Thank

    Elias Waki

  108. Petrus Nzotho says:

    Here is our Email address we request the Organization to send us
    application forms. We are a Organization operate from South Africa
    We help Unemployed with Training Development for Projects and Education.
    Our Organization name is MULTI COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AGENT
    Reg no: 2007/009677/08
    Contacts: Mr Job Tholo
    Mr Petrus Nzotho

  109. Sujoy Bhowmik says:

    I am working in an NGO in west Bengal, India. Please send details about the project. how and where to apply’.

  110. Chiukepo Luhanga says:

    This call has come at the opportune time. I work for a local NGO in Malawi called the Small Scale Livestock Promotion Program (SSLPP Malawi. Our mission is Empowering resource poor and vulnerable families, through interventions targeting poverty reduction, food and nutrition security, and environmental sustainability.

    Recently SSLPP reviewed its agenda and based on the emerging issues, embraced water and sanitation as well as climate change as being intergral to combating rural poverty in Malawi.

    SSLPP is very much interested to paricipate in this call because it fits quite well with its mission. We will be submitting our concept as soon as is possible.

  111. M.I.Zaman says:

    It’s great opportunity for the local NGOs in Bangladesh and other developing countries.
    This grant will be so helpful to make changes in the livelihoods of the people, specially
    women who already became vulnerable for climate change and water crisis.

    Many thanks to all involved with USAID and also thanks to NGOs executive who expressed their interest to this grant.

    Regards,

    M.I.Zaman
    Coordinator
    Fund Sourcing Team
    Dhaka
    Bangladesh

  112. Chotak Gyatso says:

    Dear Sir/madam,

    Ladakh Society for development is a voluntary organisation working in leh ladakh of jammu and Kashmir state of India. We would like to explore funding possibilities with USAIDS development grants in the Filed of Early child hood care and development..

    Please send necessary instruction, guidelines if this project fits as per USAIDS mandate

    Thanks

    Chotak Gyatso
    Director Ladakh Society for development
    Leh ladakh

  113. Akhter Sheikh says:

    Thanks such a nice opportunity for the development of youth, Sindh Students and Youth Development Organization (SYDO) is working on the issues which are belongs to students and youth specially, and empowerment of youth, humanitarian development with support of community and youth here at Pakistan.
    SYDO is a national resource, for promoting youth development in the marginalized sections of the society, through participation and networking for the sustainable development
    SYDO MISSSION
    Empowerment and development of youth in the areas of leadership, skills building, education & health, advocacy & right, sustainable environment, cultural enrichment and rural development of the youth belonging to the underprivileged sections of society

    Meaningful Participation and Active Networking of the Pakistani Youth in the following areas:
    Young Leadership Development
    Skill based Youth Development
    Promotion of Standard Education
    Climate Change/ Sustainable Environment
    Water, Sanitation and Hygiene Promotion
    Millennium Development Goals (MDGs)
    Sexual & Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR)
    Human Rights & Youth Empowerment
    Sustainable Environment
    Economic & Agriculture Development
    Rural Development & Support Programs
    so we want apply development grant for Water and climate change, please send details of process for application and support.

    Regards

    Akhter Sheikh
    Hyderabad Sindh
    pakistan

  114. Joseph Johnson says:

    We are Goodbrothers Nigeria Youths Empowerment Programme and we have an accreditation from Abuja Agency for Mass Education to train and certify youths in various areas of youths development. having learnt about your programme and read so much of good works you are doing in the lives of people globally, we hope to benefit from your NGO soon to enable us expand our support to our less prveledge youths here in Abuja and South Eastern Part of Nigeria.
    Goodbrothers is committed to enlightening and empowering the youths economically through our youths acquisition programme.

  115. Md. Karim Baksha says:

    Dear Sir/Madam

    Greetings from Bangladesh Pragati Sangstha (BPS). I am interested in USAID development work. my organizational background:-

    BPS is the abbreviation of “Bangladesh Pragati Sangstha” is a leading non-profitable, non-government, non-political development organization (NGO) in Bangladesh. It was established in 1st January 1983. BPS has evolved gradually to be one of the committed development organizations working at the grass-roots level and networking with various national and international level organization in the fields of empowerment through resource mobilization, education (including non-formal education), technical training, poverty alleviation, health environment, income generating, re-excavation and fish culture, housing, agriculture, water supply and sanitation, women’s development, prevention of HIV/AIDS and resource and policy advocacy, social a forestation, relief and rehabilitation and disaster preparedness and management.

    It is mentioned that “The Bill Chalan” is the biggest and famous water bodies in the country. The vast area (79%) has covered by the Tarash Upozila. The rest portions are expended partially of Gurudaspur, Singra and Ullahpara Upozilas of Natore and Sirajgonj district respectively. The whole bill chalan areas are low land with single crop maximum period of the year, people are passes their time without job with low education rate, farmers losses their crops and domestic animals due to frequent disaster. Poor people of this area in practice of bondage labor due to extreme poverty and insufficient employer. To overcome this socio economic situation of this locality, a group of entrepreneur initiated a non-government volunteer organization in the year 1984 as “Bill Chalan Pragati Sangstha”, Among the entrepreneurs, some minded social workers, youths, educationists philanthropists are actively organized with a view to serving the less fortunate and down trodden people of “Chalan Bill” in socio economic up liftment. Initially it facilitated in organizing the targeted people through report building. Motivation and education and created savings habit among the group members gradually BPS attended its activities at Tarash Upozila in the heart of Chalan Bill, The “Bill Chalan Pragati Sangstha” was renamed as “Bangladesh Pragati Sangstha”.

    Thanks

    Md. Karim Baksha
    Executive Director
    Bangladesh Pragati Sangstha (BPS)
    Tarash, Sirajgonj, Bangladesh

  116. Md. Karim Baksha says:

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    My organization is Bangladesh Pragati Sangstha (BPS).

    BPS is the abbreviation of “Bangladesh Pragati Sangstha” is a leading non-profitable, non-government, non-political development organization (NGO) in Bangladesh. It was established in 1st January 1983. BPS has evolved gradually to be one of the committed development organizations working at the grass-roots level and networking with various national and international level organization in the fields of empowerment through resource mobilization, education (including non-formal education), technical training, poverty alleviation, health environment, income generating, re-excavation and fish culture, housing, agriculture, water supply and sanitation, women’s development, prevention of HIV/AIDS and resource and policy advocacy, social a forestation, relief and rehabilitation and disaster preparedness and management.

    It is mentioned that “The Bill Chalan” is the biggest and famous water bodies in the country. The vast area (79%) has covered by the Tarash Upozila. The rest portions are expended partially of Gurudaspur, Singra and Ullahpara Upozilas of Natore and Sirajgonj district respectively. The whole bill chalan areas are low land with single crop maximum period of the year, people are passes their time without job with low education rate, farmers losses their crops and domestic animals due to frequent disaster. Poor people of this area in practice of bondage labor due to extreme poverty and insufficient employer. To overcome this socio economic situation of this locality, a group of entrepreneur initiated a non-government volunteer organization in the year 1984 as “Bill Chalan Pragati Sangstha”, Among the entrepreneurs, some minded social workers, youths, educationists philanthropists are actively organized with a view to serving the less fortunate and down trodden people of “Chalan Bill” in socio economic up liftment. Initially it facilitated in organizing the targeted people through report building. Motivation and education and created savings habit among the group members gradually BPS attended its activities at Tarash Upozila in the heart of Chalan Bill, The “Bill Chalan Pragati Sangstha” was renamed as “Bangladesh Pragati Sangstha”.

    In the year 1986 the secretary of the ministry of fisheries and livestock, Government of Bangladesh Mr. Abu Sayeed came to visit the “Nimgachy fishery project” the largest fishery project of north bengal, During the said period, the secretary also paid his august visit “Bill Chalan Pragati Sangstha” and was pleased to see the activities of the organization. He then suggested to change the ongoing name of the organization to expend its area of activities and commanding zone. Accordingly with a series of meeting and discus and the organization. Discussion was held between GOB high officials and the EC of BPS to design an effective action plan with a wider coverage in the area.

    I am interested in UKAID development work.

    Md. Karim Baksha
    Executive Director
    Bangladesh Pragati Sangstha (BPS)
    Tarash, Sirajgonj, Bangladesh

  117. Linus Hokororo says:

    Hi sir/madam,Springs of Hope will like to have an application form to work with grassroot communities by capacity building for poor people in Micro-enterprises.
    Linus Hokororo,
    Team Leader.

  118. Fazle Alahi says:

    Dear Sir/ Madam,
    Greeting from Global Village Rangamati…….
    Our Organization would like to apply for these projects. Can you send us more details how to do that please.
    Thanks…
    Fazle Alahi
    ED
    Global Village, Rangamati
    Chittagong Hill District
    Bangladesh

  119. PRINCESS EVELYN JONES HONESTY 11 says:

    I am the national coordinator of child education and crime eradication foundation.(CECEF).
    The organisation is based in Nigeria,with its headquaters in Abuja.
    CECEF is a non governmental,non for profit organisation initiated and registered with the corporate affairs commission(CAC)to educate and empower today’s parent on proper child development for tomorrow.In the last 12yrs of our existence,we have been able to affect the lives of over 2,000 child from different homes,states and zones in Nigeria.
    We are interested in grant and will b very happy if we can be considerd for it

  120. Padmanava Kumar Mali says:

    Able foundation is an organation work right based approach and want to work largely in the field of current issue.Help me to raise funds for the purpose.

  121. Gideon Machage says:

    Dear sir/madam.
    Iwould like to apply to you. On behalf of the Board of Kashog-Karagwe Youth Development Association (KAKAYODA)Reg No SO:15670. please send to me the Application form and guidelines. With great thanks, Gideon Machage Executive Secretary- KAKAYODA

  122. ripalkumar shah says:

    MY NAME IS RIPALKUMAR. SHAH. I M FROM INDIA. MY TRUST NAME HARSIDDHHI FOUNDATION, DEEP GRAM VIKAS TRUST, AND SAI CHARITABLE TRUST. I M INTERESTED IN GOVERNMENT PROJECTS AND GRANTS. PLS. REQUIRED PROJECTS AND GRANTS FROM GOVERNMENT AND OTHER AGENCIES. PLS. HELP OUR TRUST AND GUIDE OUR TRUST.

  123. Peof S Nazar Fatimi says:

    INSTITUE FOR WOMEN DEVELOPMENT CHITRAL Northern Pakistan
    Introduction:
    District Chitral is the extremely northern area of Khyber-Pokhtoonkha (KPK) with total area of 14850 sq K.M and estimated 4 lac population. 90% of the total district contains barren lands and a mountain that is the result majority of people of the area are dependent on service sector for economic livelihood.

    Due to scarcity of land and lack of industries people mostly rely on government service as the sole source of employment opportunity. This excessive trend of people to government sector for employment worsens economic conditions of people with every passing day. Even such services are not available for the women of the area except teaching in schools. So the women who are 52 per cent of the population are living in miserable conditions. If the people are not involved in cottage industries and income generating activities at household level economic dependency increases which deteriorate poverty level in the district.
    Literacy rate among male and female population is also encouraging but due to defective system of education young generation cannot absorb themselves in economic and productive activities and become burden on the economy. Especially women community is more deprived and disadvantaged in terms of economic dependency and income generation. 90% Educated women rely on limited government jobs in traditional sectors of education or to some extend health while remaining are jobless and economically marginalized in the society. This trend of marginalization and deprivation entail many social problems including suicide, non marriage and widening the gulf of discrimination especially educated girls face serious economic and social problems in this regard.
    These educated girls neither get jobs in the market nor undertake domestic business of poultry forming, bee keeping and kitchen gardening due to their defective education and become permanent burden on their families and community. With increase in population this trend of joblessness and economic dependency of women on their families increases. Many social issues are result of this economic deprivation and dependency. If women community is not involved in income generating activities of tailoring, handicraft making, Sewing, knitting, carpet making, Art and crafts, Bed Sheet, Social mobilization, clothing/dress designing etc then economic vulnerability of women will be severe blow to the whole economic and social structure of Chitral.

    Institute of Women Development Chitral (IWDC):

    IWDC is sustainable capacity building institute working only for women community especially for deprived, depressed and economically marginalized segment of society. In this institute illiterate and educated girl, women and poverty ridden members of community are enrolled and professionally developed in the arts of sewing, designing, cutting and other relevant disciplines which have market demand in present day. Trained candidates of this institute works in various organizations as master trainers establish their own business and their dependency on male counterparts diminishes. Those candidates who can’t afford purchasing kids and financially weak to establish their own business support are provided to them by IWDC so that their non-accessibility to finance could not impede their professional skill. Poor of the poor are identified and focused and brought at par with others. No fee are collected from the candidates learning skills from the institute but the whole operating cost of the organization is collected by selling products prepared by the trainees of the organization. Main office and training centre located at Chitral and outreach of the organization is limited to the catchment area while the capacity building is needed in every nook and corner of Chitral as the only source of women emancipation from economic dependency and vulnerability. To bring all potential and desired candidates in the net of skill development IWDC embarked upon ambitious plan of women capacity building in district Chitral. The plan is to provide training and skill development of the girls/women living in scattered valley of district Chitral.
    Poverty Reduction/alleviation Project: Poverty reduction through women economic empowerment by income generating projects is the core aim of the organization. As it has been realized that most vulnerable segment of our society are women community. Their total percentage in whole population is 52% while their participation in economic activities is only 5%. Remaining 95% women are dependent on their male counter parts for their livelihood and dependency results decrease in per-capita income and poverty as well as some social issues. Female literacy rate, and education is increasing yet the link between education and income generation is un-satisfactory and un-helpful due to defective/unproductive education system in the area. Mostly educated girls look for traditional jobs in the market and owing to limitation of vacancies majority of them are unemployed and extremely prone to poverty line.
    IWDC realized the grim situation and started mega capacity building program for women in local crafts so that women participation in production sector is enhanced as well as tradition of cottage industries is also ensured in the area. After completion of the training the candidates are provided with training kit and certificate so that the trained candidates work as trainers at village level and this circle continue till engagements of all women community in business and income generating activities.
    So far 120 candidates (Girls) attended the training/courses offered by IWDC and they are earning income from the products manufactured by them.

    Usually products like, Sweater, Baby dress, artistic work, and Bead work and other handicrafts and embroidery are manufactured by the trained women. These products are sold and the women producers earn income which decrease women dependency ratio and poverty level. IWDC office located at proper Chitral and mostly, candidates belong to surrounding village’s avail of the opportunity. Accessibility to outreach areas is not possible on the basis of financial constraints and logistic support.

    IWDC aspire to inculcate all the potential candidates in the net of capacity building program but due to resource constraints the long-run goal of the organization has not been realized. There are candidates from outreach areas deserving the training program but their accessibility to the center results financial burden for IWDC. Hence neglecting large population from opportunity due to resource constraints will be serious betrayal with the destiny of the target group is poverty stricken deprived and disadvantaged women community of Chitral.

    If the women community spread in surrounding villages of Chitral is inserted in the program it will cost a sum of Rs1.25 Million plus volunteer services and contribution. But the benefit of the project would be of magnificent in terms of poverty reduction, women empowerment, decreasing dependency ratio of women community and comprehensive participation of women in economic development as well as production sector. Through economic development and financial stability we can contribute in many constructive social, political and harmonious changes and stability in the area. Number of beneficiary is 400 including potential women from surrounding villages and continue for future.

  124. Negussie Tadesse says:

    02,April 2011
    Dear Sir, Madame
    Green Dream is one of the indigenous Organizations in Ethiopia. It is founded by Volunteer Individuals and registered licensed under the Ministry of Justice in SNNP Ethiopia . please send us form

  125. Shyamoli Mazumder says:

    April 01, 2011

    Dear Comrades,

    we thank for your effort in letting us know about this opportunity.
    OWDEB- (Organization for Women’s Development in Bangladesh )- is a non – government development organization.

    It has been working for promotion of women human rights through orientation and cultural program since 1995 at urban and rural area of Chittagong, Bangladesh .

    OWDEB emerged with its organizational efforts towards institutionalizing gender and women’s human rights in the socio-cultural , political and economical development process, based on increased concern regarding all kinds of human rights violation procedure in Bangladesh .

    OWDEB is committed to create a just and equitable society where women and men are treated with same respect, and free from human poverty.

    Towards this, we inform, connect and participate through our program activities for:

    • Promoting women’s rights & Securing child’s rights
    • Protecting ethnic & horizon’s rights
    • Bringing about gender equality
    • Awareness raising through cultural intervention

    Date of establishment 1st February, 1995

    History of OWDEB :

    Education is the Key Tool to promote the Society towards a Just Society.
    From this point of view, OWDEB started its activities in 1994 with its own resource conducting two non-formal primary schools where one was in urban slum area and another was in remote rural area to study the impact of NFPE for distressed and vulnerable girl children by a group of women and men where Teacher, Ex student politicians, Artist, NGO activist , EPZ experts, Home maker ,Writer were engaged part time volunteer basis.
    From very beginning to till now , the Team Leader is Ms. Shyamoli Mazumder, an ex- college teacher, poet and ex-student politician.
    In this way they organised OWDEB as an alternative development platform to work for women empowerment and equal rights of all people through education , cultural practice , advocacy and networking.

    Approach of Work :

    OWDEB has a participatory management process to ensure the participation of community from Planning to implementation and sometimes evaluation through Participatory Appraisal system and also following Gender policy of OWDEB.
    To enhance the democracy practice and ensuring of good governance , the organization is working with whole community in Chittagong,Bangladesh keeping a socio-cultural development approach.
    OWDEB – VMGO

    VISION

    To build a society which fulfills all fundamental rights of the deprived people where social justice,
    peace, harmony and ecological balance prevails.

    MISSION

    Ensure a qualitative achievement of women’s equal right, establishment of her dignity and empowerment through their own participation towards a democratic society.

    GOAL

    Ensuring participation of both men and women for promoting Democracy, Human rights and establish a situation of socio-economic and cultural justice for achieving a sustainable democratic society.

    OBJECTIVES

    • Building an efficient organizational process of women empowerment.
    • Poverty alleviation through mobilizing poor people towards a just society.
    • To establish women and children rights in the society through Advocacy,
    • Education, Training, Environmental and Cultural activities for Gender Equality
    • Human Resource Development

    I Hope you can mail me application form.

    Many Thanks

    Shyamoli Mazumder
    Chief Executive
    OWDEB
    Address:Salam Building , Abdus Sobhan R/A, Shaheed Para ,
    Chandgaon, Chittagong , Bangladesh

  126. mohsinmonir says:

    save the villagers is non government organisation in Bangladesh.

  127. Sanjoy Khanikar says:

    Rainforest Action Group is a non-profit NGO working for socio-economic-health-environment development since 1993. We are interested to apply for USAIDS development grant. Please send its application forms.

    Rainforest Action group,
    Mr.Sanjoy Khanikar,
    Chief Executive,
    D.K.Road, Ward no. 7,
    North Lakhimpur-787001,
    ASSAM.
    INDIA.

  128. Emmanuel Nazir Sundhu says:

    Dear Sir/Madam
    I am Running Quit Drugs Treatment Organization(R)
    and have had Rehabbed 1150 Heroine addicts,and their families.with in last three years..
    We need your help FINANCIALLY.Kindly send me the application form to apply you.
    I will appreciate your kindness.
    Yours Truly In Christ.
    Emmauel Nazir Sundhu(Coordinator)From Pakistan

  129. SUNDARESAN says:

    sir,
    i am the chairman of the NGO , NAME OF SREE NARAYANA GLOBAL CENTER FOR POVERTY ALLEVIATION [SNGC]
    WE OPERATED MORE PROJECTS FOR THE POOR PEOPLE IN THE RURAL AREAS OF THE KERALA STATE IN THE 2004-2005,2005-2006 PERIOD,
    AS PER THE ABOVE PERIOD WE CONDUCTED TWO BIG PROJECTS FOR THE POOR PEOPLE ,THAT PROJECTS MAINLY FOR WOMEN
    OUR PROJECTS ARE,
    1 POULTRY VILLAGE- THIS PROJECTS WAS VERY WIDE EFFECT IN THE RURAL AREAS ,BECAUSE IT WAS SO HELP FULL TO THE UN EMPLOYED WOMEN ,AS PER THE PROJECTS WE COULD GAVE THEM A POULTRY UNIT FOR THE EACH WOMEN
    EVERY WOMEN SHOULD BE THE MEMBER OF THE POULTRY CLUB ,THAT IS A SELF HELP GROUP ,IN THE EACH GROUP HAVE 10 WOMEN
    EACH WOMEN GOT A POULTRY UNIT ITS CONSISTS OF 20 HEN AND A CAGE FOR HEN ,ALSO WE PROVIDE THE FEED FOR THE HEN UP TO THE END OF THE PROJECT PERIOD ,IT SHOULD BE 5 YEARS
    THIS PROCESS WILL CONTINUES UP TO THE END OF THE PROJECT
    SO THE EACH MEMBER WOMEN IN THIS POULTRY CLUB HAVE THE EARNING POWER ,ALSO IT WILL HELP TO THE INCREASING THE INCOME OF THEM
    NOT ONLY THIS BUT ALSO THE DEVELOPMENT OF THE NATIONS FOOD PRODUCTION ,THAT MEANS IT WILL HELPS TO INCREASE THE PRODUCTION OF EGGS AND MEAT
    AS PER THE FIRST PROJECT WE COULD GAVE THE FACILITY FOR THE 10000 WOMEN IN THE RURAL AREAS
    2 DAIRY VILLAGE
    DAIRY CLUB PROJECTS
    AS PER THE ABOVE PROJECT WE COULD GAVE THE EMPLOYMENT AND INCOME GENERATION
    THAT PROJECT ALSO WE INTRODUCED IN THE RURAL AREAS OF THE STATE

    SIR WE COULD CONDUCT THIS PROJECTS FOR MORE AREAS AND MORE POOR PEOPLE IN THE RURAL VILLAGES OF THE STATE IF WE COULD GET THE ASSISTANCE FROM YOUR ORGANIZATION
    WE HOPE YOUR KIND ATTENTION IN THIS REGARDS
    THANKING YOU
    YOURS FAITHFULLY
    SUNDARESAN

  130. Saroj panda says:

    I am the founder and cheif adviser of an Organisation named SOOVA, in the core area of Similipal biosphere,a dense population of backword tribals.We work in the feild of climatechange,Liflehood,empowering the females and on health sector.Are we elligible for for applying to this Agency?
    Thank you for your quick respond.
    Saroj.

  131. Moung Thowai Ching says:

    Dear Sir, Madam
    Gree Hill is one of the indigenous charitable Organizations in the Chittagong Hill Tracts region , Bangladesh. It is founded by UK Aid ,DANIDA ,Volunteer Individuals/Health

    Our operation area 3 Hill District Region , Bangladesh

    FOCUS AREAS

    Green Hill within the next three years (from 2011-2013) has planned to accomplish the following seven programs:
     Mother and Child Health Care
     Climate change and Environmentalprotection
     WATER and sanitation
     UPLAND AGRICULTURE

    Therefore, this is to kindly ask you to support our organization. Ware eligible for application ?

    Thank you for your cooperation.

    With regards
    Moung Thowai ching

  132. Ali Mohammed says:

    dir sir/madum
    my name is ali mohammed i need application of usaid fors grants.sir our organization working in the field of health,education and poverty in self help basis so sir our organization is needy for grants for social activties.
    our organization name is community empowerment organizatioin dadu local community based organization.

  133. Longoli Simon Peter says:

    Hello Sir/Madam,
    We are a community Based Organisation in Uganda particularly Karamoja and work in the area of poverty alleviation, AIDS and Environmental Conservation. This year, we want to start a project of planting more than 200,000 trees in one of the districts of Uganda.
    We want to benefit from this fund. Please send us the application package.
    Thank you.

  134. Dilendra Subba says:

    Dear Sir,

    My name is Dilendra Subba chairman of Limbu Language Development Association (LiLDA) in eastern part of Nepal which is refered as Limbuwan. It is based on Limbu indigenous people. We are working linguistic issues, mother tongue based education program, community development program, awareness raising, empowering women and indigenous issues.
    So, we are interested to apply for program. Could you please inform us about the process for submiting proposal.

    Sincerly Yours,
    Dilendra Subba
    chairman
    Limbu Language Development Association (LiLDA)

  135. John Mushitu says:

    Dear colleagues,
    It is my great pleasure to be in contact with you and the rest of the world that is striving hard to create a better world for all.I really thank USAID for opening up to help NGOs in their quest to improve lives for the vulnerable.I just wish that consideration will be given and funds released to variuos organisations as a way of helping the needy at the grassroots.In submiting the concepts, please we ask that you be a little bit lenient and not to treat small organisations as having no capacity to deliver.We have the capacity but we only need your support as you have demonstrated.Meanwhile, I would like you to furnish us with the guidelines,the form (if any) and the Email contact address so that we can ably start working on the concept note.

    Best regards
    John Mushitu
    Projects Officer
    Zambia Water and Sanitation Alliance

  136. John Mushitu says:

    Dear Sir/Madam,
    Am humbled to make a comment here.Am the Programme Officer for the Zambia Water and Sanitation Alliance (ZWASA), a local NGO.We are intersted to apply funds in water and sanitation issues but what is the general eligibility,what are the application guidelines, the funding ceiling, the form (if any) and any other information that can help us as we prepare the concepts.I only hope that I will have a reply as soon as possible.We thank you for the great job you are doing to help the vulnerable and to make the world a better place to live in.

    John mushitu
    Programmes Officer
    Zambia Water and Sanitation Alliance

  137. Pankaj Kumar Kandpal says:

    Dear Sir,
    Warm regards,we run a NGO namely Parvatiya Aranya Sewa Evam Vikas Sansthan (PASS) Pithoragarh district of Uttarakhand State in India (Registered with society registration act 1860, FCRA & 12AA), working in the field of environment protection,drinking water & sanitation, health & education since last 10 years. Our ngo also Accredited for minimum norms for good governance by CREDIBILITY ALLIANCE, Mumbai. Here is our organizational profile & registration certificate attached after viewing that reports please provide the linkages for the funding possibilities in the above fields so as to serve our nation .

    Thanks and Regards

    Pankaj Kumar Kandpal
    President
    Parvatiya Aranya Sewa Evam Vikas Sansthan
    Police Line Road, Kumor Pithoragarh
    Uttarakhand 262501

    Organisational Profile
    1. Name of Organisation : Parvatiya Aranya Sewa Evam Vikas Sansthan

    2. Address :
    (a) Registered & Correspondence Office Parvatiya Aranya Sewa Evam Vikas Sansthan Police Line Road, Kumor
    Pithoragarh – 262501 (Uttarakhand)

    (b) Field Office : 1. Near G.G.I.C. Kanda
    P.O. Kanda, Dist. Bageshwar (Uttarakhand)
    3. (a) Name & Designation of first contact person (At Pithoragarh)

    (b) Name & Designation of second Contact Person (At Kanda, Bageshwar) : Sri Pankaj Kumar Kandpal
    Chair-person
    Sri Lalit Mohan Pandey
    Treasurer

    4. Registration Detail : Registered under Societies
    Registration Act 1860(21)
    Reg. No – 557. Dated – 25.09.1997
    12 A Registration : Organization also registered under 12AA

    9. Activities undertaken by the Society and area of operation :
    Society had started its activities in the year of 1998. It has conducted following development programme since inception.
    1. Targeted Intervention Programme for Single Male Migrant with the help of Uttarakhand State AIDS Control Society & NACO.
    2. Total Sanitation Campaign Programme with the help of District Project Management Units (SWAJAL) in District Bageshwar and Pithoragarh covering 40 Gram Panchayats, since last 7 years.
    3. Training, Monitoring & Evaluation Project for Jatropha Plantation Project with the help of Uttarakhand Bio Fuel Board, Dehradun at 70 van panchayats of Almora Forest Division , 52 van panchayats of Champawat Forest Division, and 29 van panchayats of Pithoragarh Forest Division since last three years.
    4. Integrated Handloom Training Programme at District Pithoragarh by Weavers Service Centre, Chamoli. Benefited 20 weavers.
    5. Awareness generation project for Rural and Poor Women by The Central Social Welfare Board New Delhi in District Pithoragarh.
    6. Enlisting of watermills in District Pithoragarh and Development of Modal Watermill for Sustainable Micro Enterprise Development Programme by UREDA.
    7. Environment Awareness Campaign by the Ministry of Environment & Forest in District Pithoragarh & Bageshwar since last 5 years.
    8. Established 2 Vigyan Prasar Kendra with the help of U_Cost Uttarakhand in District Bageshwar.
    9. Sector Programme in 25 Gram Panchayats of District Bageshwar and Pithoragarh with the help of Project Management Unit (SWAJAL) & Jal Sansthan.
    10.Running 3 CRECHE Centers with the help of Central and UK State Social Welfare Board at Tehsil Kanda of District Bageshwar.
    11.MONITORING AND EVALUATION of National Afforestation Programme (NAP) at PITHORAGARH DISTRICT.

  138. varghese P says:

    Dear Sir,
    we are working among the most exploited groups of tribals for tha last 60 years or so.We would like to get more information about your project and would like to collaborate with you in the upliftment of tribals.
    could you send a form?
    thanking you,

    varghese p

  139. Abdihakim Said Mohamed says:

    My name is Abdihakim Said Mohamed, i am the executive director of Puntland Human Rights Association-PHRA, it’s local NGO working in human rights and protection as well as education, community mobilization, child protection and youth empowerment.

    I was the founder of this organizations, the organization has office in Bosaso and Qardho towns of Puntland state of Somalia.

    Our organization conducted several activities to empowere the youth in Somalia, we have conducted human rights training for 32 youth of both girls and boys, we also trained 10 youth on psychosocial and counciling skills.

    Also our organization have implemented 2 child protection projects, one is called Child rights violation monitoring, responses and reporting.
    Please sent us the request form and the contact address so that we apply

    Regards

  140. Moses Atia says:

    Programme for Economic and Social Sustenance (PESS)is a community based NGO in the Sene District Brong Ahafo Region of Ghana, West Africa.PESS is registered as a non profit organisation in Ghana and the Sene District Assembly.
    We are in to Education,Enviromental protection(wild fire logging chacoal burning and water polution).We are much particular about the enviroment because about 85% of the people are crop and fish farmers and about 95% are rural communities.
    Curently our organisation is not engaged in any active project. We will appreciate it if you could sene us an application form to enable us apply for the the grant.Thank you and we hope to hear from you soon.

    Moses Atia
    Project Director

  141. Aaron Kowa says:

    I am the Executive Director of the Family Health and Development Trust in Zambia, based in Kitwe. Please kindly send us the application form for the April application.

    Aaron

  142. Naleba Ahmed says:

    Greetings from CITARD ( Communication and Information Technology for Agriculture and Rural Development) Project. We are a community based organisation registered in Uganda seeking funding to help dessiminate useful information to farmers in a bid to increase production and add value to agricultural products by linking farmers to markets. We would like to know how we can get in touch to help a cause that is takind a declining trend.

    please kindly advise,
    Ahmed

  143. Krushna Jadhav says:

    please send details of proposal guideline and other details of proposal.our NGO from India so can u please confirm me whether i will able to apply for our NGO or not. we are grassroot organisation working in maharastra of india on the issues related water, agriculture, climate change, agriculture and health.education.

    looking forward to your support and cooperation.
    yours
    sindaphana bahuuddesiy sevabhavi sanstha,

  144. Yosef Cheru says:

    Dear Sir, Madame
    Walta Mother and Child Health care Organization (WMCHCO) is one of the indigenous charitable Organizations in Ethiopia. It is founded by Volunteer Individuals/Health professionals and registeredlicensed under the Ministry of Justice, Charities and Societies Agency bearing License No. 1963 in the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia as of August 26, 2010.
    Our operation area encompass Addis Ababa City Administration, SNNPR, Oromiya Regions as well as Dire Dawa City Council
    We strive towards “Achieving child wellbeing by improving health status and the mothers as well; enhancing intellectual and productive capacity of the mothers and children, thereby, improve survival and self-reliance”.

    WMCHCO within the next three years (from 2011-2013) has planned to accomplish the following seven programs:
     Mother and Child Health Care
     HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control
     Environmental Health and Protection
     School Health Intervention
     Road Traffic Accident Prevention
     Capacity Building of families and communities on health
     Special Care and Support for Orphans and Vulnerable Children. /OVC /
    Therefore, this is to kindly ask you to support our organization. At the same time, we want to assure you that we can reach the underserved part of the community through our partnership.
    \Being Good Pays Back\
    Yosef Cheru
    Program Coordinator.

  145. holyfamilyvolunteers says:

    Target interventions on HIV/AIDS .

    we are passionated to prevent HIV/AIDS thgough target interventions like Migrating ,people,FBSWS etc .

  146. Ratan Singh says:

    We are Seeking Financial Aid.Please provide me with the information.As we are working for the upliftment of Womens, Computer Education and child development in Rural part of Uttarakhand state of India.please provide me with information so that we can process the application with in the time limit

  147. Ratan Singh says:

    We are working for the computer Awarness among the childrens in Rural areas.Working for the upliftment of womens in the Indian State of Uttarakhand.Please send me the details sothat we can do some further in this regard.

  148. Yosef Cheru says:

    Dear Sir, Madame
    Walta Mother and Child Health care Organization (WMCHCO) is one of the indigenous charitable Organizations in Ethiopia. It is founded by Volunteer Individuals/Health professionals and registered\licensed under the Ministry of Justice, Charities and Societies Agency bearing License No. 1963 in the Federal Democratic Republic of Ethiopia as of August 26, 2010.
    Our operation area encompass Addis Ababa City Administration, SNNPR, Oromiya Regions as well as Dire Dawa City Council
    We strive towards “Achieving child wellbeing by improving health status and the mothers as well; enhancing intellectual and productive capacity of the mothers and children, thereby, improve survival and self-reliance”. Having the above preamble, Walta Mothers and Child Health Care Organization (WMCHCO) has focused on improving health condition of poor mothers and children as well as awareness creation among the largest community as key intervention tool.

    FOCUS AREAS

    WMCHCO within the next three years (from 2011-2013) has planned to accomplish the following seven programs:
     Mother and Child Health Care
     HIV/AIDS Prevention and Control
     Environmental Health and Protection
     School Health Intervention
     Road Traffic Accident Prevention
     Capacity Building of families and communities on health
     Special Care and Support for Orphans and Vulnerable Children. /OVC /
    Therefore, this is to kindly ask you to support our organization. At the same time, we want to assure you that we can reach the underserved part of the community through our partnership. We can make it!
    “Being Good Pays Back”
    Yosef Cheru
    Program Coordinator.

  149. Dear Madam/Sir,

    I do appreciate the opportunity provided by USAID for Local NGOs to apply for their funding. At the same I am a bit concerned that it will be the bigger NGOs that will be favoured over smaller NGOs with a more limited track record. I hope USAID will really include also these smaller NGOs and focus heavy on their capacity building potential, as many are not used to work with more complicated financial, reporting, monitoring and evaluation processes.
    Kind regards,
    Peter

  150. JULIET ABUIIN says:

    Please my NGO is called Friends of natural Resources and Environment (FRINRE) we need financial assistance to implement the most environmental challenging issues, like water, sanitation, hygiene WASH. Climate change adaption, community clean – up exercise and many more.
    We really need these financial support

  151. Guttabingi Kevina says:

    hullo,
    am greatful to know that your organization has come out to help women so that they can improve their standards of living. because in our communities which are in the rural setting they are not helped.because we started up our community based organization which is in Ntenjeru Sub County to help th women get informed and help those with disabilities.but still we lack funds to help us achieve our vision.in our sub county there are so many mother who are HIV positive and they dont have any income generating activities which can help them go on and this campaign of \EVERYONE\ has not spread up to these rural area to create awareness so that we reduce on the increased infant and maternal mortality rate.
    thanks for this opportunity of sharing with you, hope to hear from you soon.
    regards,
    kevina

  152. Mrs.A.Surya Kumary says:

    Dear Sir,

    Greetings from ARREDS, Hyderabad, Andhra Pradesh, South India.

    Permit us to introduce our organization \Advancement Rural Research & Education Development Society (ARREDS) is a registered grassroots non profit and tax exemption voluntary service organization (NGO) established with a group of dedicated like minded social workers and working at khammam & Medak districts of Andhra Pradesh, India in the fields of Education, health (especiallyHIV/AIDS) and adopts most interior villages for their integral development in all aspects for the eradication of the poverty. Moreover our organization had been registered under Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA) wing with the ministry of home affairs Government of India.

    We strive the welfare of our respective field by extending our efforts for it, we wish to be as a partner and to have a membership if could you provide the privilege to us. Also we are so happy to extend our endeavor for the development of our nation through your kind co-operation. We look forward to hear from you as early as possible.
    Thanking you,

    Yours sincerely,
    Mrs.A.Surya Kumary
    Secretary,

  153. Strategic Actions Network, SAN en Sigle says:

    Bonjour Madame/Monsieur,
    Nous vous remercions de votre noble et louable mission d’assister aux ONG oeuvrant pour le développement de la population.Nous vous présentons brièvement l’organisation;
    Strategic Actions Network (SAN en sigle) est une organization Chrétienne Sans Buts Lucratifs, créée au Burundi après la guerre civile de 1993. L’Organization est officiellement enregistrée au Burundi par le Gouvernement du Burundi.L’organisation a été créée en réponse à une crise humanitaire, et dans l’effort d’alléger la souffrance de la population nécessiteuse.
    Nous sommes engagés à des réponses de développement durable et au renforcement de la population en difficultés sans considération d’appartenance ethnique, ni de croyance religieuse, de race.
    SAN vise à promouvoir le bien-être socio-économique de communautés vulnérables en apportant des solutions à leurs besoins fondamentaux.
    Objectifs:
    i. Santé, Eau et Assainissement ;
    ii. Education ; Paix, Réconciliation et Bonne Gouvernance
    iii. Sécurité Alimentaire &Activités Génératrices de Revenus ;
    iv. Réhabilitation et reconstruction des infrastructures rurales.

    Nous voudrions que vous nous envoyiez le formulaire de demande de fonds.

  154. Basudev Lamichhane says:

    Dear Sir /Madam

    Please send us the application package
    Thank you

  155. Basudev Lamichhane says:

    Dear Sir,
    I would like to request to supply with application form to our organization, which is active in minimizing social and economic gap for sustainable development

    Regards,
    Basudev Lamichhane

  156. Douglas Lugumya says:

    Entebbe Ditrict Wildlife Association (EDWA) would like to submit a concept note/
    Please provide the address

  157. ERIC YIADOM says:

    We will like to have an application form to work with the grassroots on provision capacity building for the less privilege in micro-enterprises. Thanks

  158. ERIC YIADOM says:

    We will like to have an application form to work with the Africa Village Mothers ins on provision capacity building for the less privilege in micro-enterprises. Thanks

  159. kumlachew Kebede says:

    furthermore MISHDAN is the local NGO with legal license when you send us the appliucation letter, we will submit the overall facts needed by your organization

  160. Pastor Daniel Mahlangu says:

    We are urgently seeking donors to support EWCDC.Please consider supporting us in one or more of the following areas:1) Financial support as asponsor on a regular bases,2)Support with establishment and building effective development programmes, as well as educational support to the OVC’s, 3) Support with caree, skills development and employment opprtunities for young people.

    Hoping for your possitive response in this regards.

    Your’s Sincerely
    Daniel Mahlangu

  161. kumlachew Kebede says:

    first of all I would like to thank the organization who open such way of identifying projects for funding. Mishdan is local NGO mainly established to tackle the problems that strictly mitigating the welfare of the pastoral community at the south west part of Ethiopia especially those at South Omo.
    the objectives of the organization is by creating awareness in the mind of the community minimizing the incidence of Harmful traditional practices (HTPs) especially associated with th children., for your information the area of intervention is a place where more than 70 types of HTPs. among these, when a child who grown his milk teeth by beginning from the upper jaw will thrown away from his family & locally called as Mingi. to address such problem we need your all rounded support. is that possible?
    furthermore the founders of the local NGO are the aforementioned community groups who grown up by sensing each and every aspects that mitigating the vulnerability of the children. we kindly waiting your positive response.

  162. Apangu John says:

    I tried to see through if a CBO in Uganda is eligible to apply under this programme,but failed.Therefore may I know whether it is possible to apply forthis grant money for promoting Agriculture or Cooperatives in Uganda.Please,send reply on this E-mail.

  163. please send to me the application forms and other relevant proposal docuemnts

  164. Usen E. Asanga says:

    TO USAID,

    A BIG APPLAUSE TO USAID FOR GIVING OPPORTUNITY TO LOCAL NGOS THAT HAD BEEN UNABLE OVER THE YEARS TO ACCESS FUNDING FROM USAID. THIS IS A GREAT OPPORTUNITY FOR US AND WE REALLY APPRECIATE. THANKS.

    OUR ORGANISATION’S IS WOMEN UNITED FOR ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT BASED AND OPERATE IN AKWA IBOM STATE -NIGERIA.

    OUR CORE THEMATIC AREAS OF PROGRAMS/ACTIVITIES ARE BUT NOT LIMITED TO;

    – HEALTH RELATED ISSUES
    – EDUCATION
    – GOOD GOVERNANCE & HUMAN RIGHTS
    – WOMEN’S RIGHTS & GENDER EQUALITY
    – RIGHT TO FOOD & SECURITY
    – ADVANCING WOMEN ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT

    WE HAVE READ THROUGH THROUGH THE ADVERTISEMENT AND QUALIFY TO APPLY HENCE THIS MAIL

    WE THEREFORE REQUEST FOR THE APPLICATION FORM TO ENABLE APPLY EARLY AND SUBMIT IT ON TIME. WE LOOK FORWARD TO RECEIVING THE CONCEPT NOTE FORM.

    THANKING YOU IN ANTICIPATION.

    USEN E. ASANGA
    PROGRAM MANAGER

  165. Jane Kigotho says:

    Thank you USAID for the good work you are doing. Please send me the application form .I cant access it using the instructions you have given.
    We are a community based organization based in Kenya and we would like to partner with you in issues of climate change which is greatly affecting us here in Kenya.

    Thank you

    Jane Kigotho
    Solidarity Association in Kenya

  166. WE appreciated the information on the services you are will to support. Please send me application form

  167. I working for the department of health at Free State in South African working with Non government organisations. In a nodal and rural areas. Please support our organisation financial or on services and office equipment. The NPOs are register and rendering Community Home Based Care service tracing defaulter of TB,HIV,other chronic disease.

  168. ibraheem alee says:

    Dear Sir/ Madam
    we thank for your effort in letting us know about this opportunity.Our NGO r Processing in registration local ngo in Maldives.Mabe Our NGO r registered 19th April 2011 . our NGO name are Velidhoo Future Foundation (VFF) in agriculture,education,health and environment and our main focus are as follows:
    Agriculture
    Climate change
    Renewable energy
    Education
    Health
    Youth
    Environment.

    I Hope u can mail me application form.

    Many Thanks

  169. try to send us the profile

  170. Ambassador Harry Okeke says:

    Please assist me with the form i wish to apply for this exercise. My foundation needs financial support to grow, please assist me. God Bless

  171. i want to upply pleas lead me

  172. Amina Farid says:

    Community Development Action Group would like to apply for these projects, and
    can you send us more details how to do that please.

    Best Regards

    Amina Farid
    The Chairperson of
    Community Development Action Group
    Borama, Awdal Region
    Somaliland

  173. bekeru furi says:

    i wish to apply pleas send the way of application

  174. shepngo pakistan says:

    Society For Human Rights & Environment Protection.(SHEP NGO)-Regd.

    Dear Sir/Madam

    SHEP NGO is Registered Non-Governmental-Organization
    having its legal status with the SOCIAL WELFARE
    DEPARTMENT,CITY DISTRICT GOVERNMENT KARACHI.
    (Reg.# DSW 2062-k ).

    Our main Focus are :

    • Environment,
    • Health,
    • Education,
    • Human Rights,
    • Legal Aid & Child Labour.
    Our NGO work for a real Democratic & Civilized Pakistan and working hard on health and pollution issues.We are working since “2002” In our country about 60% population are living in villages, these peoples are facing many problems regarding health and other facilities. We are working on safe drinking water to those area where peoples drink polluted water, for this we are planning for safe water plant in those area. There fore we are requesting you to kindly help us and give suggestions for implantation of water plant in rural areas.

    introduction and working.

    With Best Regards.

    M.SAEED RAJPUT
    FINANCE SECRETARY (SHEP)
    Society For Human Rights & Environment Protection.
    Suite: 636, 6th Floor Regal Trade Square, Sadder Karachi(Pakistan)

  175. Fazle Alahi says:

    Hi,
    Greeting from Global Village, Rangamati (GVR), Bangladesh.
    My organization works from long time on environment & climate change issues.
    We will submit a proposal with our experience with on due date.

    Warm Regards

    Fazle Alahi
    ED, GVR
    Bangladesh

  176. AARON PAUL SHIJA. says:

    Dear Sir/Madam,
    My name is Aaron P.Shija from Tanzania East Africa and I,m working for an NGO No:00003100 registerred in Tanzania.
    The organization name is HUMAN DEVELOPMENT OPPOTUNITIES(HDO)
    We are so much interested in USAID,S Developments Program.Please send us detailed Application forms on how to apply and acomlish the intended goal.

    The following are the details of the HDO.

    MISSION STATEMENT

    Human Development Opportunities is working to raise awareness and broaden opportunities for the people of Tanzania and to help improve their prospects in life through education,healthy and social economic activities.

    OBJECTIVES OF THE ORGANIZATION.

    The aims and objectives for which the organization is established are:

    a) To provide education for local and national people of Tanzania, by academic and vocational means, following the British Education System;
    b) To provide, promote and support access to education and training opportunities, and apprenticeship courses, medical care and other basic social provisions for these groups.
    c) To collaborate with community based organizations, governmental and non-government organizations-local and international, researchers to establish systems or networks whereby communication can be improved.
    d) To raise public awareness on spread of HIV/AIDS pandemic, its control, mitigation and prevention and development issues by dissemination of information, conducting seminars, dialogues and encouraging debates and public dialogues aimed at raising awareness on issues of HIV/AIDS, civil and socio-economic rights of these groups.
    e)To establish a center for efficient performance of the organization’s functions. The center will include accommodation facilities for different groups identified by the organization.
    f)To build or lease premises for the establishment of facilities needed for the efficient performance of the functions and realization of the objectives and aims of the organization.
    g)To encourage networking with other organizations so as to build the capacity of the Organization in achieving its objectives.
    h)To cooperate, affiliate or amalgamate with any non-governmental, governmental or inter-governmental organization whose aims and objectives are in part or in whole similar to the objectives of the Organization.
    i)To mobilize and manage resources, including monies for the furtherance of the organizations objectives.

    Thanking you in advance for your cooperation.
    Aaron P.Shija.
    EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR(HDO).

  177. Nontsikelelo Sokujika says:

    We are an registered NGO in South Africa and we have interest in appliying to this Program.

    The South African Women in Construction (SAWIC) initiative was founded in 1997 to empower women to gain access to contracts, training, finance and networks in the construction industry. In collaboration with construction CETA, MBA, NHBRC and other training institutions, we accomplish women empowerment by hosting seminars, workshops, trainings in leadership and technical skills to advance, develop our members and also to equip them with various aspects of the industry. Furthermore, to be viable and rally for supporters of our prospective and current stakeholders, we host roadshow’s. We have grown our membership by 30%, we recruited 10 new members from the most poverty stricken area as declared by Deputy President Mr. Kgalema Petrus Motlanthe, Bitou Municipality.

  178. Health Matters says:

    We will like to have an application form to work with the grassroots on provision capacity building for the less privilege in micro-enterprises. Thanks

  179. Rodgers Kaunda says:

    Hallow Grantees,

    Bwalo Initiative(BI) a social and human development organization that is not profit-making,in Malawi.Would appreciate if you provide the organization with links as it has some programmes such as Family Rehabiltation and Reintegration for the displaced children to re-unite the with their orginal families in the urban and rural families in the communities,In the programme there is project for Health and Education where the programme is seeking interested funders to grant Bwalo Initiative with guidelines how it cam solicit funding from donors.

  180. ekovzion says:

    I would like to have an application form.
    Thank you

  181. ANJALI BHOWMIK says:

    I am from an NGO. our had worked in a USAID project. I am interested about this project and so want to how to aply.

  182. Yuni tar christian says:

    Hi, accept greetings from THE CAMEROON TOURISM ASSOCIATION ,our main objective is to develop in Cameroon a responsible tourism in dustry, whereby a better management of mother earth ,will have a possitive repercussion on the environement, host population and visitors,we wish you come to our rescue,as concerns capacity buildind and financial assistance, please sed us details on your programm.
    Yuni Tar
    supervisor general

  183. Director Agro Tech organisation society says:

    This Mr Sebuuma James Director Agro Tech Organisation Society
    i want to appliy , please send me the application forms.
    We are registered with the Ministry of Gender Labour and Social Development Number MG/2007/27/550 in Mukono district ,National Agricultural Advisory Services NAADS number 0089 and Uganda Revenue Authority number 1000287228 has a community based organisation CBO

  184. The Hill People’s Development Council (HPDC) is an NGO form by a social workers for upliftment of hilly tribal people living in the remote areas of Manipur State, India. We need Community development projects application forms and guidelines from for financial assistance from the BBC’s World Challenge. I, humbly request your financial help and cooperation.
    Yours
    Mangcha
    Secretary HPDC

  185. Gothamie Abeygunawardane says:

    I am representing Sarvodaya Shramadana Movement, the largest civil society organization in Sri Lanaka which is more than 50 yrs old. We are interesting to submit a concept paper related to water/climate change adaptations.We wish our favorable response.

  186. M.I.Zaman says:

    Hi ,
    We are a Team of non profit development consultants in Bangladesh.
    We can share CONCEPTS with interested local NGOs who are feeling interest to submit Project Proposals
    for USAID fund.

    Interested NGOs can contact with us

    Fund Sourcing Team
    Dhaka
    Bangladesh

  187. In the State of Manipur, India, the tribal people are using the oldest form of agriculture i.e. shifting cultivation. It means the farmers are cutting jungle for the fields every year and burnt down all the forests for a small of land for cultivated. It effects the environment and ecology and effect the climate year by year. To protect this kind of agriculture we organised some awareness campaign in some villages in the hill areas of Manipur. Now, the we need more awareness workshops, seminars for the farmers. I, therefore, request the USAID for helping hand to the Hill People’s Development Council (NGO) to take up some more projects in collaboration with the USAID.
    Yours
    Mangcha
    Secretary,
    Hill People’s Development Council (HPDC)

  188. Anil Kumar Mishra CGPVS says:

    pls provide the all detail and information immediately.

  189. Anil Kumar Mishra says:

    we CGPVS ORG. From India Work on Health,Youth. now we are interested to submit the project so kindly request provide the all information regarding USAID Project. so pls send the detail. and also informed about all technical knowledge which are required for such project.

  190. Tanvir Wahid ,Communications Officer says:

    How can we apply on Climate Change project,and Micro-Enterprise Programs. In Our Country Bangladesh their is lot of issues related with these issues.We wish to apply for the grant program.please send me the application form so that we should fill and send them back

    CSR CENTRE, BANGLADESH

  191. gurcharan singh,kanpur,u p ,india says:

    tell me if some one here got any help from usaid and how.pls let me know

  192. ERIC YIADOM says:

    Dear Sir/Madam i wish to have keen in interest in partnering with you to be able to meet our MDGs goal in our NGO. we will like to know if we can get grant for our projact.

  193. yokamo yotona bode says:

    le us work together for sustainable development in south ethiopia sidama zone rural districts on the issues of NGO’s

  194. Amina Farid says:

    Thanks your continue help to the needed Communities and we highly appreciated for this opportunity. I am a Chairwomen of Community Development Action Group Organization, we situated in Borama, Awdal Region, Somaliland.

    To introduce our background: CDA Organization existed more tham four years, and focuses on Women’s Human rights, Peace Building, Economy Empowerment, Health; Reproductive Right, HIV/AIDS, and Political Participations in Awdal Region, and generally Somaliland and rest of the world.

    CDA Organization is dedicated to creating sustainable peace and development in Somaliland through grassroots capacity building, developing youth leadership, empowerment of women, and protection of the Human Rights.

    CDA Organization operates under the mandate that access to resources, political decision-making, and education should be open to all Women in Somaliland. It is our fundamental belief that peace and development in the region and Somaliland has to be determined and led or participate by Somaliland women.

    CDA Organization promotes lasting change in the Region and Somaliland by assisting Somaliland communities including women, Girls, Youth, Disable, Children and Homeless, to define and meet their own developmental needs. CDA Group believes that community can create sustainable solution for the problems.

    How ever CDA Org are pleased to participate with you for this opportunity, and very intereted to apply for these Projects.

    CDA Org highly appreciated if you send us more details in applying for the above projects.

    Best Regards

    Amina Farid
    CDA ORG Chairwomen
    Borama, Awdal Region
    Somaliland

  195. Kiisa Barnabas says:

    Community Shelters Uganda (CSU) is a Ugandan non-political, non – governmental and non – profit making Organization seeking to reach out to the dire needy families, targeting mostly HIV/AIDS affected and infected pregnant mothers and children, elderly persons with children under their
    care, persons with disability, internally displaced persons (IDPs), war,floods and mudslides affected families by providing them with free simple decent shelters, improved pit-latrines (VIP), spring wells, bathrooms and
    water tanks for harvesting clean water.

    To improve the livelihoods of marginalized people through provision of
    simple decent houses, pit-latrines (VIP), bathrooms, construction of
    spring wells and provision water tanks for harvesting clean water

    Please read about what we have done on;

    Thank you,

    Kiisa Barnabas

    Executive Director – Community Shelters Uganda (CSU)

  196. Nathaniel Rudolph says:

    Does Ghana qualify to apply for this program?

  197. Bashir Ahmad says:

    Kindly let us know how we can participate..
    please send details of proposal guideline and other details of proposal. I am from India so can u please confirm me whether i will able to apply for our NGO or not. we are grassroot organisation working in Kashmir of india on the issues related water, agriculture, climate change, and health.
    THANKYOU

  198. Sute Mwakasungula says:

    SSLPP is a local NGO in Malawi that strives to improve the rural peoples’ livelihoods through livestock, water/sanitation and mitigation of effects of climate change interventions. This call therefore is a big boost for local NGOs world wide.

  199. Alexandrina Pereira Batalha says:

    Caros Senhores
    Nós somos uma ONGD de direito portugues que temos desenvolvido projectos de inclusão social em África, especialmente para as mulheres e crianças mais desfavorecidas, com necessidades de saude,educação, água, saneamento básico.Queremos pedir a Vossa ajuda para o programa específico e doador que devemos dirigir a nossa proposta.
    Obrigada
    APBatalha

    Automated Portuguese to English translation
    Dear Sirs
    We are a Portuguese NGO law that we have developed social inclusion projects in Africa, especially for women and disadvantaged children, in need of health, education, water, sanitation básico.Queremos ask your help for the specific program and donor we must direct our proposal.
    Thanks
    APBatalha

  200. All Nepal Public Care Society says:

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    I am writing on behalf of the All Nepal Public Care Society to request your help in supporting community people through our Sustainable Fund. This fund will address a wide range of vital health- and social-related issues, which we aim to implement sustainably in poor rural communities of Nepal.
    Presently, the All Nepal Public Care Society provides healthcare to the local population of Kathmandu. We help a great many underprivileged people, but are now interested in expanding our services to even more needy people in Nepal – specifically to rural communities which have no health care services whatsoever at present time.
    There is a wide range of Non-governmental Organisations (NGOs) working in Nepal in health system. Many are non-profit organisations that provide services to consumers, and are a valuable contact with community level organisations. NGOs always welcome for significant funding from both the INGO,s NGO, Donors Agency and Members . We offer diagnosis of TB, HIV/AIDS and STD, provide immunization to children for polio, measles and hepatitis, and supply medicine for de-worming. We also carry out different awareness programs, health camps, family planning and early screening/diagnostic services in Kathmandu as well as remote rural communities (both near and far away) including schools, free of cost.

  201. Evelyn Nojang says:

    Dear sir/madam,
    please send details of proposal guideline and other details of proposal. We MBONWEH WOMENS DEVELOPMENT ASSOCIATION CAMEROON are grassroot organisation working on the issues related poverty, agriculture, climate change, human rights and health.
    Mbonweh also focuses on children and especially on orphans. as they are the best indicator of a communitys well being. When children are fed, sheltered, schooled, protected, valued and loved, the community thrives.
    Thanks for consideration
    Evelyn Nojang
    President/coordinator
    MBONWEH

  202. Jahid Ejaz says:

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    Cordial Greeting from Bangladesh Integrated Social Advancement Programme (BISAP) Bangladesh, BISAP is a non-profit govt. registered local NGO, we are interested to work on water and or climate change adaptation,

    I on behalf of my organization, requesting you to send the grant program Application Form and detail eligibility.

    Jahid Ejaz
    BISAP
    Chittagong

  203. Bheemasen A Kulkarni says:

    Greetings from JANAHITHA

    our NGO working In KARNATAK -INDIA. ours is Reg. non profit
    Ngo. working in HELTH , Education. Women
    Empowerment,Watershed,Rural development,Urbon slum development since 11 years working with UNICEF. NABARD, Arghyam, CMC vellor-CMAI New delhi.CHAI Hyderbad. state and central govt.of India
    We would like to work with your esteemed org. kindly suport and gide us. please send information for apply our e mail. janahitharcr@gmail.com
    Bheemasen A Kulkarni
    Janahitha MNGO RAICHUR
    KARNATAKA-INDIA

  204. SPrings Alive–Uganda & Global Student Exchange-USA are seeking support for an Exciting New Student Exchange Project

  205. Adjei Kadiri says:

    The name of our NGO is Choice Ghana, Located in the Northern part of Ghana. We are working in the areas of sanitation, environmental protection, education, local governance and human rights. We are interest in the project. Could you please send us the application form and necessary documents to enable us apply immediately.

  206. RABI SHAN says:

    dear sir

    im rabi secretary general (WHRI) world human rights internationl pakistan working for desirving peoples and persecuted persons who fake involved innocent accused we are here that situation we need your support if are possible for your rules and regulation

    thanking you
    your sincerly

    rabi shan (secrtetay general WHRI PAKISTAN )

  207. Mr.V.Narayanappa says:

    I’m Mr.V.Narayanappa, i.m the chief functionary to our organization of “Niveditha Gramabhirudhi Sangha” i kindly thank you for being with us..Our organisation is interested to apply this grant. Please can you send the application form and guide us how to apply this grant?. please send the application form through the e-mail. if it possible as early as possible. once again thank u for being with us and helping for the poor Ngo’s..

  208. S.Jagadeesan says:

    Respected sir/madam,
    please send details of proposal guideline and other details of proposal and a copy of an application form.

  209. Bakht Bahadar says:

    Sir,

    I would like to apply on behape of our NGO(JARGA)Please send me application form and guidlines.

    Bakht Bahadar
    Chairman JARGA District Buner
    khyber pukhtonkhwa Pakistan.

  210. St.Theresa's Educational Society says:

    Respectable Sir,
    Greetings from St.Theresa’s Educational Society. It has a small school from Nursery to 7th class. It is a tribal area. Mostly people of this area belong to poor and needy family. School is being run in the rented house. And we are struggling to maintain the same. As students are from poor family, they cannot pay the fee.Therefore we need supports for the following. Whom to contact and how to contact, kindly suggest us, so that we will remember you our whole life.
    Hope you will do something. If you feel it is a trouble for you.Kindly excuse me and sorry for it. God will bless you hundred folds for your good deeds.Actually I am unworthy to contact a great people like you but couragesly I thought of sharing my problems. I hope God will inspire his people to show us the way .

    Thanking you for the patience to go through,

    Our needs
    1. School building rent
    2. Uniforms for the school children
    3. School furniture
    4. Teachers salary
    5. Play materials
    6. Books and stationary

    Yours sincerely,

    Sisupal Nayak
    St.Theresa’s Educational Society,
    Buttayagudem Post,
    West Godavari Dist,
    Andhra Pradesh – 534 448
    India

  211. Mir Bahadur Khan says:

    Dear Sir;

    We are an registered NGO in Pakistan.We like to apply for this Program.

    Best Regards.

  212. Mir Bahadur Khan says:

    Dear Sir;

    How can we apply on Climate Change,Water Shortage and Micro-Enterprise Programs. In Our Country Pakistan their is lot of issues related with these issues.

    Best Regards.

  213. Robert M Sakutaha says:

    Greetings USAID,s Development Grants program.

    I have sent you an application. We work with children in an organisation called Kafue Child Development Agency (KCDA) in Kafue, Zambia. We are basically a child sponsorship organisation. We will therefore greatly benefit from your generous support.

    Looking forward to happy days of working with you.

    Uncle Bob.

  214. Sarvmanglam Charitable Society says:

    dear sir/madam,
    please send details of proposal guideline and other details of proposal. I am from India (Delhi) so can u please confirm me whether i will able to apply for funding. we are grassroot organisation working in Delhi of india on the issues related water, agriculture, climate change, agriculture and health, Child Education, Drop Out school girls education,HIV Aids awearness programm

    looking forward to your support and cooperation.

    With Warm Regards
    Poonam

  215. FARMANULLAH KHAN ANJUM says:

    Res.and Hon.ALL,
    I do hope that you all will be in good health and mood.I wold like to request you for the detail formates and required documents whatever you need to be filled and send to you.Kindly share ith me as i am iterested on behalf of our organization.
    We are registserd NGO working in the poorest distict of pakistan namely shangla,and we are looking to your response.
    Thanking you.

  216. Gothard F. Mwango says:

    Hello sir/madam,
    please supply to me a details of proposal guideline and other details of proposal like FAQ and a copy of an application form. Also confirm me whether i will able to apply for my institution or not. We are “Folk Development College – FDC” in Newala District in Tanzania dealing with Vocational Training Education (Metal working, Motor vehicle mechanics, Carpentry, Tailoring, Building and Construction, Electrical installation. Target group are youth and adult from villages (male and female) for the purpose of raising their skills.

  217. SAID KHAMIS JUMA says:

    i have the project of empowering youth but i need fund to the implementation of this project

  218. Maina Erastus (Nairobi, kenya) says:

    I am not able to log in the site with the funding opportunity number provided. How do I log in?

  219. Hillary Adongo says:

    Please send me an application form to apply on my NGO.
    Thank you

  220. Hillary Adongo says:

    I would like to have an application form.
    Thank you

  221. Klenam Wornu says:

    Thank you for the innitiative. WAG (Women Action Group) is a local NGO involved in Water Sanitation, Rural poverty reduction by economically empowering the victims of climate change with vocational skills training among women in the Greater Accra Region of Ghana. Please our concept note will be delivered soon. Thanks.

  222. susan nachilongo says:

    Dear sir/madam
    I wish to express interest in your call for propasal.Iam from zambia working with women groups in microenterprise iam asking if you could send us the guadlines so that our organisation can apply.
    looking forward to your cooparation and understanding.

  223. Strategic Actions Network, SAN en Sigle says:

    Dear Sir/Madam

    Strategic Actions Network (SAN) is an inter-denominational Christian and nonprofit Network organisation created in Burundi after the 1993 civil war. The organisation is officially registered by the government of Burundi, under No 530/1748. The organisation was started in response to the humanitarian crisis experienced in Burundi in an effort to alleviate the suffering of Burundians most in need.
    We are committed to humanitarian responses, to sustainable development and to the empowerment of all burundians regardless of ethnicity or religious belief. SAN also works to increase the capacity of churches and other grassroot organisations to develop local initiatives in response to the needs of their communities. The heart of SAN’s work is in helping communities build stronger and healthier relationships. The absence of such relationships impoverishes communities and the children are the more victims.
    We conduct our work mostly in Burundi and we recognize and are committed to the Millenium Development Goals established by the UN. SAN works in 7 provinces of Burundi and we try to focus on these provinces to make our work have a bigger impact there. Although we are focusing on these provinces, we have the capacity to conduct work in all provinces of Burundi.
    SAN focuses on children and especially on orphans. The focus on children is important because they are the best indicator of a communitys well being. When children are fed, sheltered, schooled, protected, valued and loved, the community thrives.

    For more details you can visit SAN’s site on Strategicactionsnetwork.org

    We need you to send us Guideline for proposal to USAID’s Development Grants program

  224. Ranjinee Dodanwala says:

    We are an registered NGO in Sri Lanka.We like to apply for this programme.Please send the details
    Thank You
    Mrs R.Dodanwala

  225. kokkiligadda says:

    dear sir/madam,
    please send details of proposal guideline and other details of proposal. I am from India so can u please confirm me whether i will able to apply for our NGO or not. we are grassroot organisation working in india on the issues related water, agriculture, climate change, agriculture and health.

  226. Rev. Canon Benson Baguma says:

    Our organisation is involved in water and sanitation for over 20 years now in the rural areas of westwern Uganda at the foothills of Mountain Rwenzori with proximity to Queeen Elizabeth National park. Most of the areas around the Park lack clean water and our interventions are already tending to reach there.

    Please send us the concept format so that we too can apply.

  227. Taban Lomary says:

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    Ref:Agriculture Plan For Mechanized Farming

    Chaplaincy Agriculture Farm & capacity Building,is a Community-Based Organization in South Sudan.Its activities are on
    mechanized Farming.
    We are seeking funding to boasting our project and therefore we are hereby requesting your kindness to proof for us our Projects either we can qualify.Hope to hear a positive response on you and we would appraciate any comments that you may have on this proposed proposal.

    Taban Lomary.
    On behalf of the chairperson
    Chaplaincy Agriculture Farm & Capacity Building(CAFCB)
    Community-Based Organization
    P.O.Box 424 Juba South Sudan

  228. Rebecca Nakanwagi says:

    Dear Sir,/Madam

    This is to introduce to you our Organization Rubaga Division Disabled Association, a disabled peoples organization registered with Kampala City Council as a disabled women’s organization. It was founded by disabled women themselves in 2006 to address three major challenges affecting women with disabilities in Rubaga Division. The challenges are:
    – violation of human rights
    – communicable diseases
    – and unemployment among women with disabilities.

    This organization has a membership of three types of disabilities i.e. deaf, blind and people with physical disability.

    We are seeking partnership with you to help us address those challenges in our community so as to enjoy our full rights and dignities in our society.

    we will be very grateful if our request is honoured.

    My kind regards

    Rebecca Nakanwagi
    DIRECTOR

  229. Obaidullah khan says:

    Dear Sir/Madam

    We are from a country pakistan . We are very interested in this opportunity. We have a local NGO CARE( Center for Adavancement And Rural Organization)
    we would like to apply to the program in the area of ​​Water, sanitation and hygiene in rural areas.
    Can we also may apply?, and if so, please send us a proposal writing guidelines.
    We are looking to hear from you.
    Many thanks in advance for your kind support and cooperations.
    Geetings from CARE

  230. Dear sir/madam
    We are working in Afghanistan as local NGO it is 22 years that we are working in different provinces of Afghanistan and in different areas of work such as
    Health
    Education
    Livelihood
    Capacity building
    Research
    Environmental protection
    Orphanages’
    For your farther information please it is our website

    Please let me know how to apply in USAID directly, we are very interested to work with you as partner in future.
    Looking forward to hear from you soon
    In peace

  231. Mahmud Hossain says:

    Hi, This is Mahmud from Bangladesh I wam workinf on Biodiversity conservation program funded by USAID Bangladesh as a Enterprise and Public Private Partnership Specialsit for IRG. Developin Microenterprise and develop capacity for climate change issues for their activity. This granst seems very help full for our beneficiaries at the BOP groups. Is ther still time that we can apply as an organization for this Grants.
    Looking for your support.
    Best regards
    Mahmud Hossain
    EPPP specialsit
    IPAC-Bangladesh

  232. REV. BIKAU PAME says:

    We have been working for the last 15 years in helping the poor families for their economic upliftments for the better living with the revolving fund, Loan without interest; and other social services to alleviates the poor of the poors. We would like to apply funds for the programmes and projects. So, we would be very much thankful to you if you kindly send us an application forms for the Rural Poor Economic Development programs.

  233. RASMITA TETE says:

    we the governig body of IWOVA NGO need a application form , if it can be possible then send as .

    thanking
    rasmi
    secretary

  234. noor rajper says:

    I am very happy to said that usaids has a programme for grant to local NGOS in our cuntry
    i on behalf of organization sindh art & education network (SAEN) Noushahro feroze sindh pak will apply soon and send concept notes to you

    your faithfully
    noor rajper
    president
    (SAEN)

  235. Nimal Karunaratne says:

    In response to the calling development proposals by the United States Government through the USAID in December 2010, for consideration of funding under the Development Grants Program (DGP), for a three-year period from 2010, we undersigned local NGOs, submitted project-concept papers covering the priority areas identified by the Agency, according to the deadline of February 12, 2010.

    Following a review of concept papers, we understand that around 10 NGOs were selected by the USAID, for submission of full applications and these selected few were convened for a number of discussions for specific guidance, instructions and training prior to preparation of full applications (proposals). A separate training workshop was also conducted by an expert hired by the USAID, for guiding the formulation of full application.

    The full applications along with detailed budget were submitted as specified in the format on scheduled date in early May 2010. Subsequently, we were advised that the successful NGOs would be notified by June 2010 after a final audit by the Agency. After completion of all the formalities, we were informed that Agreements related to successful RFAs would be ready for endorsement by September/October 2011.

    As you may be aware, all the RFAs submitted are directly related to post-conflict rehabilitation which is the highest priority in assisting displaced people in the former conflict-affected areas, mostly covering the Northern and Eastern provinces of the country. The proposals submitted, expect to assist safe return of conflict-affected IDPs to original places and to help to rebuild and reintegration in their communities in order to strengthen peace, reconciliation and stable democracy.

    According to the time-frame provided by the USAID, It was expected to start implementation of project activities commencing from fourth quarter of 2010 after signing of Agreement in October 2010. As such a number of steps ( i.e. recruitment of necessary persons/carder, organizing and conducting awareness programs for local level officials and local CBOs/intended beneficiary lraders who are expected to be involved in the implementing stage of these programs and obtaining necessary approval from local authorities etc ) have already been initiated as pre-implementation activities.

    It should be mentioned for emphasis that in this comprehensive exercise, USAID (Colombo Office) made significant contributions, in terms of financial, personal and time, to complete the exercise successfully and the similar attempts and contribution also made by ourselves (the short-listed NGOs) in order to achieve our common goal. A long time (approx. 6 months) has passed since completion of all the necessary formalities for approval of projects and intended beneficiaries are frequently inquired the outcome of their proposals. As such, we are eager to know any information on the status of RFAs under DGP- 2010 submitted in 2010.

    Accordingly, we are mainly writing for information on the status of approval of RFA under DGP-2010, of projects that have been identified and intended to undertake for funding by the US Government.

    We expect your early response, and would like to thank you in advance for your kind corporation.

    Yours sincerely,

    Name of the NGO
    1. Environment Protection Foundation

    2. Child Rehabilitation Centre (CRC), Ampara-
    3. Farm Foundation, Ampara/Batticalia
    4. Dambadeniya Development Foundation, Dambadeniya:

  236. Keranmoy Chakma says:

    Dear Sir,
    Greeting from Shantinibas Agrani Kalyan Samiti (SAKS), Rangamati, Bangladesh, SAKS is a non-profit govt. registered local NGO, we are interested to work on water and or climate change adaptation, so, we would express our interests to submit a concept application, please send us the email address or you prescribed concept format through which we may apply for this program.

    Keranmoy Chakma
    ED-SAKS
    Rangamati, Bangladesh

  237. azeemsiyal says:

    Sir/madam
    We are a registered NGO.We do wish to be considered for climate change funding.Please do consider us as we are targeting vulnerable rural communities of the eastern parts of our nation.Our concept note is on its way.
    Thank you

  238. Delfina de Jesus says:

    Dear Sir/Madam

    We are from a country newly independent East Timor in 2000. We are very interested in this opportunity. We are from the Local NGO called Sustainable Development Timor Leste (SDTL).

    we would like to apply to the program in the area of ​​Water, sanitation and hygiene in rural areas.
    Can we also may apply?, and if so, please send us a proposal writing guidelines.
    We are looking to hear from you.
    Many thanks in advance for your kind support and cooperations.
    Geetings from Timor Leste,

    Delfina de Jesus
    Head of Programming

  239. Vickie Emah-Emah says:

    Safe drinking water is a challenge in Riverbank communities of the Niger Delta Region of Nigeria. Hygiene is never applicable to the locals. Deforestation of the mangroves causes flooding and erosion. It is a big issue. i appreciate USAID for the initiative for projects in these areas. Thank you and God bless USAID.

  240. LAJPAT RAI says:

    Dear sir/Madam
    I am social worker and chairman SANGI WELFARE TRUST .From Pakistan.Please send detail of proposal guideline and other detail,so i can u please confirm me weather i will apply to my ngo or not i am interesting in health and education.i satart a charity hospital and computer training centre for poor peoples,in rural area of sindh Pakistan.

    looking forward to your support and cooperation.

    Thank you.

    LAJPAT RAI.K.PANJWANI
    CHAIRMAN

  241. Babul Majumder says:

    Hi,
    My organization work since long like this project “Pure water for everyone” in the deep rural undeveloped area of Eastern INDIA.
    We will submit a proposal with our experience with on due date.

    Warm Regards

    Babul Majumder
    secratary
    JIBAN
    India

  242. Ayan Ahmed says:

    Dear Sir/Madam
    i would like to thank you for such opportunity .
    we Humanitarian organization working for Somali/land , Hargiesa. we are been working for Somalia since 2007 in community empowerment in agriculture sector and income generation activities for Somali youth.
    Somali community have been suffering civil wars which led the famine and drought for the whole community , that many children died for hunger every day .
    we will like to have this opportunity for supporting this destructive community.
    and we will submit the concept note soon.

    looking for ward to your positive respond

    Ayan Ahmed Mahamoud
    executive director
    Hargiesa/somalia/land

  243. SHAZIA NAHEED says:

    HI MY NGO OPAL FOUNDATION IS WORKING FOR HOME BASED WORKERS RIGHTS AND FINANCIAL IMPROVMENT , WE ARE PROVIDING ENGLISH MEDIUM FREE EDUCATION TO POOR CHILDREN IN OPAL EDUCATION SYSTEM SCHOOL IN STANDERD ENVIRNMOMENT TO DEVOLOP CONFIDENCE IN ENGLISH. WE ARE WORKING WITH TB dot programe too.now our NGO(opal foundation)has completed task for 1000plantation in education insititutions.now i need a vast building to continiue stdents education /pls help opal foundation for this welfare .hoping your positive response. shazia jhang pakistan

  244. Dewan Abu Wasek says:

    dear sir/madam,
    please send details of proposal guideline and other details of proposal. I am from Bangladesh and would like to whether the Bangladeshi NGO can apply for funding or not. If, yes, please we can send proposal from the part of our Non Government Organization (NGO)

    Look forward to receive your feedback and guideline if any.

    Thanks and bes regards.

  245. Golam Rabbani says:

    Hi..
    Thank you USAID for taking the initiatives for local NGOs in all country as well as the vulnerable people of the world. We are currently working in the areas of water and sanitation sectors for the cyclone affected people of south-west region in Bangladesh. Water crisis is secious problem in these area due to saline and arsenic pollution.

    I on behalf of my organization, requesting you to send the grant prgram application form and detail eligibility.

    Thanks to the people of America

    With best regards

    Golam Rabbani
    Programme Cordinator
    Banchte Shekha
    (Learn How to Servive)
    Bangladesh

  246. ISMAIL DUALE JAMA says:

    HI,
    I am the above mentioned gentleman and i work with REDEEM HUMAN RIGHTS ORGANIZATION a local non gevernmental and non profit making organization established in Hargeisa Somaliland.
    so please, i want to kknow wether we are allowed to apply for this grant. if yes, could you please send us the details on how?
    thanks.
    sincerely yours,
    Ismail D.J.

  247. AWOL NURI ERIMACHO says:

    SENWOD hope worldwide will empower communities to teach the target population Christian values and principles, academic and living skills. A nurturing environment is created specifically to support the learning process.
    Using the Residential Education Schools model, we will strive to provide a safe haven for children in need. SENWOD hope world wide will focus on disadvantaged children whose prospects are limited primarily by detrimental living circumstances.
    By opening a door to the children in rural parts of Ethiopia, South Africa, Tanzania and Nepal, we are striving to be part of God’s solution to the problem. It is our conviction that this facility will be effective to be part of the solution.SENWOD will make sure that the environment that will house the children will be kept clean and run at full capacity. Coupled with that SENWOD hope world wide organization will ensures that all living arrangements are provided, including supplying clothing, toiletries, personal items, beds, bedclothes, transportation costs, school costs and supplies, medical appointments, and medicines.

  248. YOGESH CHHETRI BHANDARI says:

    Dear sir
    We are a NGO Working in the field to conserve our nature culture and ethinicity in Lingee Payong, Sikkim India and we wish to apply for the grant program.
    Thank You

  249. Meran Charanga says:

    Dear All,

    We are working for remote rural people in 3 districts of Manipur State of India. We are also interested to apply for the proposal.Our organisation is REACH-M. We have been working for the community for the last 23 years.
    Our Address:
    REACH-M,Nungourok P.O.Pallel,Chandel District,Manipur, India, PIN-795135

  250. Peter Chinunda says:

    Kasama Arts Theatre Production is based in Kasama, Zambia founded in 1993 its youth led organisation,

    areas of operation
    1. Promotion of arts and culture
    2. HIV/AIDS
    3. Water Senitation and Climate change and health hygene
    4. human rights
    5. malaria
    6. Gender

    The group is also hired to sensitize through performing arts on different issues affecting different communities in Zambia, art is proved to be the best tool to use in information dissemination as it gives entertainment, education, information at one time.

    Kasama Arts Theatre Production
    Peter Chinunda
    Chief Executive Officer

  251. martin o. siguda says:

    Much thanks for your continuous support through call of proposal in a bid to help enhance development in the developing countries. I work for a community based organization forcusing those living within the informal settlement. Our areas of work are water and sanitation, Solid waste management, Health, Gender mainstreaming and above all promoting community based agro-forestry activities. Could we qualify for you support in this respect or you target clients are only the NGOs, if yes then may you furnish us with your concept and proposal guidelines.
    Otherwise thanks once again for your spirited support for development.
    Martin O. Siguda

  252. SAMESON ADIBURJI says:

    we are intrested to know the details of your proposal guideline please send us
    we are from Ethiopia and we are working in epilecy rehablitation program in our area
    we are licensed local NGO or CBO(comminity based organization) in southern region of Ethiopia.
    we will be happy to see your replay
    GOD bless you!!

  253. fine i need application

  254. good , we want guidelines and application

  255. Stephen Rafiq says:

    We are working in Pakistan in Southern Punjab on Health,Education,Women and Minority Right,Economic Development, Please come and visit to us and our work and extend helping hand after found that where we have to need for the up-lift of deprived people in the respective areas.

    Looking for positively.

  256. Revd Samuel C. Okoli (JP) says:

    Dear Sir/Ma,

    As God’s divine mandate says, “Honour Widows who are widows indeed” (1 Tim. 5:3). This is the motto and vision of a God sent humanitarian Organization known as HOPE FOR TODAY’S WIDOWS INTERNATIONAL, inaugurated and registered as a grass root and international charitable organization. It is born out of deep passionate and emotional concern for the widows. This charitable organization was founded by Revd Sam Chukwuemeka Okoli (JP), a clergy man who has passion for alleviating the suffering and humiliations of poor and helpless widows in a time like this.

    We feel happy and privileged to come in contact with your good work of assistance to NGOs. As a matter of concern and commitment, this organization has put smile on the faces of Thousands of widows in Nigeria who troop in mass to register with the organization at her corporate office and other branches nation wide. Please we will like you to partner with/sponsor us as a grass root charitable organization.

    Beloved, we believe that the tears and pains of these less privileged widows have reached God’s ear that we can no longer remain comfortable both in mind and body. As an agency for mission to the suffering widows, we humbly and prayerfully request your pleasure to PARTNER with HOPE FOUNDATION for the empowerment/assistance to the less privileged widows and women in Nigeria.

    We will appreciate your big heart, team work, assistance and sympathy towards these bereaved and wailing widows, thereby showing them our deepest concerns and giving them that sense of belonging in our society. We also assure you of continuous prayer and hard work towards alleviating the agonies of today’s widows.

    Revd Samuel C. Okoli (JP)
    President/Int’l Coordinator

  257. ibrahim al shami says:

    Greetings from Holool foundation

    I am the chairman of the foundation is a social development organization non-profit aimed at fighting poverty and unemployment, working in the Republic of Yemen under License No. 292.
    We have programs and projects such as the quality of development: a program of seasonal employment opportunities for undergraduates children from poor families and. Women’s productive Alliances, which has become productive of the three coalitions have formed a productive successful projects for young people and womens.these programs need support to ensure sustainability and success.
    Follow with interest the support us-aid project productivity and development in developing countries and we want to put forward proposals for projects worthy of support of what could contribute to the development of poor communities. and can extend to you the details through your representative in Yemen to provide us with ways to communicate with them or get the application forms for the grant you directly . Please reply and sincere thanks and appreciation
    Ibrahim al shami

  258. mary Nambi says:

    Hi, Thanks for the interest in helping with especially rural capacity building. Will be glad to read from you soon.

  259. KINYERA ROBERT says:

    I am one of the founders and currently the chairperson of United Farmers’ Development Cooperative Society Limited working to mitigate poverty and Hunger among the rural community of Amuru District in Northern Uganda which has suffered from brutal civil war for the last two decades.I would to thank all the management of USAID for initiating new grant strategy to benefit the local NGOs and other enterprises in the developing countries like our Uganda.I hope there will be great improvement in performance of the NGOs and Private enterprises which evenually inprove the lives of the local people who use to gain little or no services from other International organisation. I therefore need to know your contact details and how to apply so that we place our request grant for micro credit development.

    Thank you for positive turn towards local NGOs and private enterprises.

  260. Thanks for updates. We are looking for work in the field of climate change of the World as well as degaster management pro gramme.Pl send us details .

  261. K VASUDEVA says:

    dear sir/madam,
    please send details of proposal guideline and other details of proposal. I am from India so can u please confirm me whether i will able to apply for our NGO or not I am intesting to serve the public and service to poor people and below poverty line peoples. My proposal to Health oriented service like Hospital and Educational services

    looking forward to your support and cooperation.

    thanking u
    vasudeva kondamudi

  262. Emmanuel Anyah says:

    Hi,
    We are happy to found such opportunity from organization.
    We are a local NGO dedicated to empowering the less privileged thruogh innovation, technical and vocational income generating activities for socio economic development in our community.
    We will soon send a concept note soon
    Thanks
    Emmanuel K. Anyah
    Empwerment Initiative Ghana
    Executive Director

  263. Joriskie P Ontong says:

    Greetings from MIPIRAC,

    The Mindanao Indigenous Peoples Initiative for Research and Assistance Center is feel happy when we read your invitation for proposal and we thought this will be the right time for us to have link and funding partner to our endeavor in preserving the lives and our environment as indigenous is it very imperative to us to preserve our culture as well as the our forest in order to solve the climate change issue which we believe a controversial issue that need to address by all sector in the planet,

    with this we are hoping that this my concise message will merits of your attention.

    very respectfully yours,

    Joriskie P Ontong
    Executive Director
    Mindanao Indigenous Peoples Initiative for Research and Assistance Center,(MIPIRAC)
    for your comments please feel free to communicate us thru,mipirac_inc@yahoo.com

  264. Mangcha Haokip says:

    The India’s Northeastern Region is home to several ethnic groups of tribal in the country with a strong tradition and social and cultural identity.
    The socio-economic gaps between the region and the country on the one hand and within the region can be bridged various people in the region (Manipur) are evolved in their own setting. In the hills of Manipur, the main occupation for their livelihood is shifting cultivation (jhuming).In this way of life the Tribal people are very very backward and living under poverty line in all respects.
    In view to help some parts of their need some social worker form an NGO “Hill People’s Development Council (HPDC)” in 1993, which is a voluntary organisation.It’s aim and objective are :- to take up development programms such as Drinking water for the people, Communications, Housing, Sanitations,Community hall, Horticulture & Agriculture programme,Education, Animal & Husbandry framing etc.
    I need your helping hand and send me application forms and guidelines under humanitarian ground.
    Yours sincerely,
    Mr.Mangcha Haokip
    Secretary, Hill People’s Development Council

  265. ABOUD MAKARABO says:

    Kindly we would like to know the procedures. Were RAFIKI FOUNDATION working in LUDEWA DISTRICT in TANZANIA(UNITED REPUBLIC OF)

    Regards
    MAKARABO A.K.

  266. Muhammad Ali Jamro says:

    Hi, I am writing this on behalf our newly established organization, registered and working in all over Pakistan. We are currently working in the sectors of Education, Health, Emergency Response, Agriculture and awareness. If we can apply for this funding. Kindly let me know the proper channel for applying for this grant please.

    Regards,

    M.A Jamro
    Program Manager,
    Human Shield.

  267. LOVE AND CARE INDIA TRUST says:

    This DGP will surely attract good NGO’s to come ahead for this USAID project partnership. We will submit the concept paper before due date.

    Thanks for the opportunity.

    Sunil Jonathan
    President
    Love And Care India Trust
    District; Nagpur, Maharashtra, INDIA

  268. Clement K. shidono says:

    Dear Sir/madam,
    I would like to find out whether our organisation can qualify for funding. we are a volunteer support organisation working with volunteer placing and involving organisation working in areas of Healthy, Education, women empowerment, youth skills development girl child education and rural agriculture development.

    Currently we are housed by the ministry of Community development and social services in zambia and our organisation is called Zambia Volunteers coordinating Committee (zvcc). we aim to promote Volunteering in Zambia by building capacity for all organisations working with volunteers in the country.

    Regards

    Clemnent

  269. USAID, Iwould to thank you for all your endeavours. could you please make the registration process not long? l would like to register our organization such that i can apply for grants easily. our community lacks safe drinking water. please notify me. “Long live the people of America”.

  270. Rwampunda Bruce says:

    Bugaaki Development Organization works in the rural districts of Western Uganda with the main objective to safeguard human rights of the poor rural peasants. The right to safe and clean water is a component of the program. Please can We learn whether a community owned bottled water project can be considered under the current granting opportunity.

    Bruce
    Bugaaki Development Organization.

  271. Thank you USAID for extending your helping hands to the local organizations. could you please make it not long for an organization to get registered? l say so because i need to apply for this particular grant opportunity. our community is in need of safe drinking water. Please notify me through the e-mail used. ” long live the people of America”.

  272. Peter Zamhen Hangmi says:

    The Tribal Citizens Concern Committee North East India, is a Network of NGOs, Human Rights activists from the seven Sister and one Younger brother states of the North East Region of India, bordering Burma, China, Bangaladesh, Bhutan and Nepal. The region has been famouse for Human Rights Violation, crimes and criminals from both the goivernmane sponsored Arm Forces Special Power Acts 1958 (also known as Draconian Law and Acts)and Militants/ Arm Opposition Groups(AOGs) since the past 5 decades.
    The Human Right activists have taken up variouse actions, starting from Awareness, Mass agitations, from street to the partliaments to lobby with the government functionaries etc. The Government responded with (i) Militarization to a softer approaches of signing accords, Suspension of Operation(SoO)/ after accords with the militants without any political will. (ii) Pouring public money just to appease miliotants without any ground rules and code of conducts and without people’s mandates; (iii) The militants graciousely accepted the offers and are enjoying free movement with guns and Arms in public places (iv) Civil society at the helm of Fear psychosis and traumas,(v) Voluntary/NGOs are at the mercies of Ministry of Home Affairs for fear for impossition of New legislation for FCRAct(I) of 1976. At this juncture, the need of collaborative actions and global’s collective efforts are a MUST to bring normalcy in the Region.
    We are committed for social amity by strengthening People’s Collective Efforts to protect and combat for their rights to existence. Your partnershiup will bring a paradigm change in the region.
    Thanks once again.
    Peter ZM Hangmi
    Convenor, TriCCoNEI.

  273. U.M.Naidu says:

    Dear Members-

    WE PREPARE THE PROJECT REPORTS AND CONCEPT NOTES FOR ABOVE PROJECTS-

    U.M.Naidu-

  274. Fr. Albert says:

    we are pleased to know that you fund NGO’s. PMSSS Pondi is the social service organisation of the Archdiocese of Pondicherry. We are interested in applying for Enterprise Development and Climate change program. Kindly send your application formate to process our request.

    Regards,
    Fr. Albert

  275. Fr. Albert says:

    I am pleased to know that USAID is in terested in working with NGO’s directly. PMSSS Pondi is the socal service Organisation of the Archdiocese of Pondicherry. We are at peoples service for the past 30 years. I am interested in applying for Enterprise dev and climate change. Kindly forward the official formate for processing our request.

    Regards,
    Fr. Albert

  276. Dr. Surya Prakash Tadepalli, JAI SURYA MULTIPLE KNOWLEDGE DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION, VISAKAHAPATNAM, AP, INDIA says:

    JAI SURYA MULTIPLE KNOWLEDGE DEVELOPMENT ORGANIZATION, VISAKHAPATNAM, ANDHRA PRADESH

    WE ARE HAPPY TO KNOWN FOR THIS UPDATE INFORMATION. GENERALLY WE USE TO GIVE FREE MEDICAL AID AND FULFILLMENT OF NUTRITIONAL DEFICIENCIES IN REMOTE AND RURAL AREAS SINCE FOR THE LAST FIVE YEARS.

    WILL YOU PLEASE LET ME KNOW CAN OUR ORGANIZATION APPLY FOR THIS OPPORTUNITY IF SO HOW CAN WE APPLY FOR IT. KINDLY LET ME KNOW THE COMPLETE DETAILS REGARDING IT.

    THANKING YOU SIR,

    DR.SURYA PRAKASH TADEPALLI
    FOUNDER SECRETARY

  277. Rajendra Chauragade says:

    Hi! am a founder of DEEPSTAMBHA DHARMADAYEE SANSTHA (INDIA) but my NGO just formed in 2011 but we run last one year a free ambulance service for below 12 years child, Delivery Women, slum area women below 45 yrs, and Eye Donation & body Donation last 15 years. now nothing to do just in the process. So far, can i apply for this grant or not??

  278. R.Vasanthan says:

    I am the Director of the Organization call SAAP ( Sustainable Action for Assist the poor ) which engaging on implementing projects on micro Finance, and engaging in Net working of MFI;s in the country for sustainable micro finance development , I am very happy to say that USAIDs has a programme for Grant to local NGOs in all countries. I on behalf of my Organization in Sri Lanka will apply soon and send concept notes to you
    Your faithfully
    R.Vasanthan
    Executive Director
    SAAP

  279. R.Vasanthan says:

    I am the Executive Director of the Organization call SAAP ( Sustainable Action for Assist the poor ) which engaging on implementing projects on micro Finance, and engaging in Net working of MFI;s in the country for sustainable micro finance development , I am very happy to say that USAIDs has a programme for Grant to local NGOs in all countries. I on behalf of my Organization in Sri Lanka will apply soon and send concept notes to you
    Your faithfully
    R.Vasanthan
    Executive Director
    SAAP

  280. VIN Sokhal says:

    Hi! am a founder of ISABEL (Cambodia) but my NGO just formed in 2010 and now nothing to do just in the process. So far, can i apply for this grant or not??

    Thanks,
    Sokhal

  281. RAJA MOHAMED says:

    I am Founder & Chairman for Tamil Nadu AIDS Prevention Network – TAPNET (State level NGO Network)which is working for Mother and Children living with HIV/AIDS in India. Is there possibility of support a project for Micro Enterprises and Water and Sanitation for these vulnerable group? If yes, please give us guidance.

  282. Abimbola Adeola says:

    We at Health Shields Incorporated, Ibadan Nigeria are happy that USAID is extending its program grants to local ngos such as ours. Health Shields is interested in the provision of drinkable water at the grassroots to help prevent water borne diseases most especially among the vulnerales. We will be extremely happy to be linked up with this program.

    Abimbola Adeola(Health Education and Promotion)
    Programme Officer

  283. Dégbey DJIDJI says:

    I would like to know how to participate as francophone. is there an application for french countries?
    despite of our volonty to get found, we often have the problem of language.
    Please, i need informations to know how to do.
    Thanks
    Dégbey DJIDJI
    Chair person
    INJAD ONG

  284. EMOJONG OSAP YEKOSPHAT says:

    Thank you for the good news.We are based in Uganda.Our NGO/Institution is involved in training the disadvantaged youth in life skills like tailoring,bricklaying carpentry etc,for only 4 months.Could we also apply?If yes send me application forms.
    Regards to all AMERICAN PEOPLE.
    emojong

  285. DAVID MUKASA says:

    Attention :USAID,Greetings from Children’s Vision_uGanda and thanks for the very worthwhile voluntary work you are doing worldwide.
    Please,we are so grateful of this funding opportunity as we wish to impliment a project to improve on water and climate change adaptation.We are proving water harvesting facilities,construction of bore holes and toilets, formation of community Health clubs as well as tree planting programmes but on small scale basis in Uganda as limited by funds and yet more than 426 local schools are acutely in total dire need of improved water and climate change adaptation.
    Recently in February 2011,a total of 3567 community family members approached us demanding for improvement on water in their local underserved communities after the drying up of their only natural existing Water source( river).
    We shall be more grateful once we submit our concept in paper in time.
    waiting and highly interested in the programme.
    Yours, David Mukasa
    Children’s Vision-Uganda

  286. Eunice Simuli says:

    Hi,
    I work for an NGO called Kima Integrated Community Initiative Programme based in western Kenya, East Africa.

    Could you please confirm to me whether we may apply for this particular grant or not.

    Thanks,
    Eunice Simuli.

  287. Ummah Support Intiative(USI) says:

    USI is a Faith Based Orgnization(FBO) can we apply for the climate change?.

  288. claude yawo ATIVON says:

    Dear Sir/Madam,
    Thanks, for sending us the update about the call for proposal on global warming. Our N.G.O OASIS OF THE UNIVERSE is registered and based in ghana, working in environmental,agricultural/industrial project and implementation.In global warming we took a major role in the first ever conference in africa held in lome, togo 09 May 2009 with theme: BE ORGANIC VEGAN TO SAVE THE PLANET. Since then we had been excited about the global warming ,its effets for the mankind and measures to be taken.
    we therefore request you to send us the grant program application form and details on eligibility.

    claude yawo ATIVON
    Executive Director,
    OASIS OF THE UNIVERSE(N.G.O)

  289. FELIX F. KAUTA says:

    I am fr. felix f. kauta with the registered programme for children with disabilities in Ikinu – Kiambu – Kenya

    May you consider our programme for supporting in buying a house for these poor children which will cost 38,000 euros plus other needs for these childrn.

    Again, may you consider our programme (Fr. Felix F. Kauta Children With Disabilties Programme Ikinu. P . O . Box 2042 – Nairobi

  290. Halima Salim says:

    I have intereted on it please let me know via my email how can apply?

  291. Enoque Manhique says:

    APDCOMA-Is working on Commujnity Development and environment, helping cummunity to see their respected their rights, trough gender equity and equilibrium, HIV/AIDS infected-ensuring food security and affected projects, livestock restocking programme. However APDCOMA has not been benefiting directly from USAID Funding programmes.Thus this opportunity that USAID offers appears quite important for the Organisation and community livelihood improvement.
    E. Manhique

  292. Fakhrul Ferdous says:

    Once it was difficult or no scope available for the NGOs to receive funds from US Govt. and UN agencies- but,now it has become more easier to get it.I appreciate your effort to collaborate with the NGOs in development initiatives around the world.In one hand, it will build capacity of small NGOs and other hand ,you will be able to reach the outreach people very easily.I very much wish a success of this project.
    Fakhrul Ferdous
    Director
    Development Center International(DCI)
    Dhaka,Bangladesh.

  293. Walayat shah says:

    Hey sir, i need to be confirm about the eligibility of most affected country, Pakistan.

  294. MTM Sargodha says:

    Our NGO is working for environmental protection in punjab, Pakistan with financial assistance of United Nation . Can we apply to you for financial assistance. If yes, then how? Your Faithfully, Secretary (MTM).

  295. Mbabazi Stephen says:

    Dear madam/sir,

    This is good news, I work fo the organization called HUMAN RIGHTS NETWORK UGANDA (HURINET-U) that promotes, protects and fulfils human rights, climate change and human rights is one of its pivotal projects. We’ll definately send the concept note. Could you please send us the application form.

    Kind Regards

  296. Jamestone Kamwendo says:

    I kindly write to find out if Malawi local NGOs are eligible to apply? I look forward to hearing from you soon.

  297. Nana Lal Sharma says:

    Dear Sir/madam,

    I am working in a volary organisation called Vikassansthan based at Kolyari, udaipur district of Rajasthan. Since 1987, we are working with triable community and addressing various issues related to them like NRM, community leadership, primary education accessibility, Health issues, climatechange and water conservation, skill development and self employment skill training as well as Saving and credit programmes etc, for the upliftment of tribal communities living standard.

    We would also like to join with this programme water and climate change programme. Therefore, plese give you guidance, how our organisation can join with this and what is the proceedure as well as how to get application form etc,

    Thanks and regard,

    Nana Lal Sharma,
    CEO, Vikas Sansthan
    Udaipur (Rajasthan)
    India

  298. NGONIRI GOS MBAIRO says:

    le Tchad est-il elligible pour l’appel de l’USAID micro entreprise, eau et changement climatique?
    Merci

  299. Adicho Bernard says:

    Can CBO like our organization in Uganda also apply?

  300. Rtn. Mohammad Shahid-PHF says:

    Thank you very much for sharing the valuable message for NGOs. Our Government of Bangladesh is very much concern about the both issues. Thanks with best regards. Rtn. Mohammad Shahid-PHF

  301. S.NASSARI says:

    Dear Sir/Madam
    Thanks for this great opportunity.Maji na Maendeleo Dodoma (MAMADO )- Water for development is a local NGO working in Dodoma region Tanzania.
    Our thematic areas are:Water supply,Sanitatation and Hygiene promotion and Local community capacity building for project results sustainability.rvation
    environmental conservation is an integral mainstreamed in our projects/programmes with other cross-cutting issues
    We wish to submit our concept note,p/se send us preliminary application form or procedures.

  302. ANTHONY KANGETHE says:

    Hi,
    Am from Kenya and I want to know if I can go ahead and apply for the funding.
    Kind regards,
    ANTHONY.

  303. Tulashi ballav Dash says:

    SIR
    Our organisation is interested to apply this grant. Please can you send the application form? and guide us how to apply this grant. our organisation is working in tribal village of India.

    Tulashi ballav dash

  304. T. Venkatesh says:

    Kindly let us know the proceedures

  305. Norbu Gyeltshen says:

    Respected,
    Sir/madam I am graduate of diploma in civil engineering.So there for I would like to apply for Degree course in civil engineering under your good college.

    THANKS.

  306. g.s.weerakoon says:

    please send me an application via my email adders

  307. Nepal Federation of Saving and Credit Cooperative Ltd. (NEFSCUN) says:

    We are national federation of Saving and credit cooperative in Nepal. We are very much interested on applying for this can we apply if we can apply please let us know the way how we can apply.

    Thank you
    Deepak Dhakal
    NEFSCUN
    Nepal

  308. Long Serey says:

    Greeting from northeast area of Cambodia. I am interested to apply for fund, however I couldn’t find the email address to contact, especially to send the concept note.

    Best regards,
    Long Serey
    NTFP

  309. ELSA Q. COTOCO says:

    DEAR SIRS/ MADAMS,
    THIS JUST THE CONTINUATION OF MY FIRST MESSAGE.BEEN SUBMIT REFORESTATION PROPOSAL IN DENR MANILA , WE BACK 1992, BUT NO AVAILABLE FUNDS.. THE TARGET FOR THIS PROJECT IN ZAMBOANGA DEL SUR AND NORTE AND PANGUIL BAY .. LOCATED AT MINDANAO, PHILIPPINES…..THANKS

    BABBY08

  310. ELSA Q. COTOCO says:

    DEAR SIRS/MADAM:
    THANKS, FOR UR KIND IN SENDING UPDATE ABOUT THE CALL OF PROPOSAL ON ENVIRONMENTAL CLIMATE CHANGE, AS A GROUP OF TRIBAL INDIGENOUS PEOPLE, WE R INTERESTED TO APPLY.FOR REFORESTATION OUR DENUDED MOUNTAINS HILLS AND FARMLAND..
    LOOKING FORWARD FOR UR KIND APPROVAL REGARDING APPROVAL OUR APPLICATION.. THANKS.. MORE POWER TO U ALL…

    SUBANEN TRIBAL GROUP,
    ELSA QUIRIM COTOCO

  311. Ahmed Adnan Pasha says:

    Dear Sir,
    we are runing a Special School since 2008, as a registered NGO, I would like to ask that can we apply for ?

    regards
    Adnan Pasha

  312. Ekuh Edmond says:

    Hi
    I wish to get details on eligibiliy. Thank USAID for the golden opportunity.
    Best regards
    Ekuh

  313. Adefemi Sharaf says:

    ECHF has interest to work with your management, Please send us your grant form
    Thanks

  314. ghulam qadir jatoi says:

    Dear sir i wish to apply for the grant program.please send me the application form so that i should fill and send them back

    thanks
    ghulam qadir jatoi
    chairman
    DR ALI YASIR KHANZADA HUMANRIGHTS AND WELFARE SOCIETY Regd SUKKUR SINDH PAKISTAN

  315. HON. KULE SULAITI says:

    we are a CBO based in the Rwenzori Region Kasese District and would wish to be engaged in Repairing and conserving the environment.
    We are registered at our District as a community group which can operate all over Kasese District. We are colaboration with other small groups on the Ground to do our work effectively.

    We therefore wish to get a clear detail of the Guideline to apply.

    Thanks
    Hon. Kule Sulaiti

  316. EVANS MOSE says:

    Dear Sir/Madam,
    This is for the attention of CONTRACT SPECIALIST a Mr Roderick Watson at USAID for this call for proposals M-OAA-GRO-EGAS-DGP-11-0001 . For those of us who are not able to access the full announcement electronically, the email given at the website is not functional
    I have sent several emails but they are all returned as delivery failures.

  317. Gatwech Koryom Luom says:

    can you send me application form so that we can apply

  318. Gatwech Koryom Luom says:

    our organization is non profit it works for humantarian assistance it implement many projects on water sanitation health services and education iys field of operation is in South Sudan in Jonglei state we covers three counties namely Akobo, Pochalla and Akobo West. our mission is to work among community who were severly affected by war to help them.
    the name of our organization Christian Recovery and Develpment Agency(known as CRADA-Sudan)

  319. Roger Pholo says:

    i am from D.R.CONGO and would like to know if our country is eligible so we can prepare to submit our projects on water and climate change adaptation.Please let us know how it can work.

  320. Khaihao Haokip MSW says:

    I am very happy to find such grant for local NGOs in the world.
    Rural Education and Economic Development society (REEDS) will soon send concept note which is relsted to climate change,
    with regard

    Khaikhohao Haokip(MSW)
    Secretary
    REEDS

  321. Ashok kumar singh says:

    Greetings from Mega International,Patna,INDIA.

    Dear sir/Madam,

    Our organization is local NGO at grass-root level in Bihar state.We are working on water
    and Sanitation programme especially under Total Sanitation Campaign.We are also awarded
    by NGP(Nirmal Gram Puraskar) by Honable CM of Bihar state.

    We are interested to work with your esteemed organization in water and climate change
    adaptation.
    Therefore send us guidelines and other details for proposal.

    With warm regards,
    Ashok kumar singh
    Secretary
    Mega International

  322. Khaihao Haokip MSW says:

    I am very happy to said that USAIDs has a programme for Grant to local NGOs in evry country.
    I on behalf of the Organization (Rural education and Economic Development society (REEDS)Manipur, India will apply soon and send concept notes to you

    Your faithfully

    Khaikhohao Haokip (MSW)
    Secretary
    REEDS.

  323. Sabira Soomro says:

    Our organization DIN is working in pakistan, we wish to apply for this grant as a partner with any INGO, if any INGO wants’s to work in pakistan in partnership may contact with us through email.

    Regards

    Sabira Soomro
    DIN, Pakistan

  324. our ngo is based in the Philippines. Is our country eligible to apply on this USAID Development Grants Program. If yes, can we ask for the format of the concept note for submission. Thank you.

  325. Anna Radzama says:

    Which countries are eligible for these grants for Microenterprise,Water and Climate Change

  326. I couldn’t understand Armenia is eligible or no?

  327. ekoto ossou luc leroy says:

    Dear sir i wish to apply for the grant program.please send me the application form so that i should fill and send them back

  328. Emmanuel Atiiga says:

    Empowering the disadvantaged is the way to go.

  329. STEPHEN ELOTO says:

    Thanks for sending me the update about the call for proposal on environment, as an organization we are interested to apply.The organization are doing the same issues,as partner doing the same program we request you organization to sent us the application forms,eligibility criteria,guideline,and selection criteria.I hope we shall be come partners in future as we are doing the community work.

    Thank you in advance
    STEPHEN ELOTO.

  330. Doris Areo says:

    What is the procedure for submission concept notes

  331. Emmanuel Atiiga says:

    Great initiative from USAID. We are putting in our concept note very soon.

  332. Munarwo Magadzire says:

    Sir/madam
    We are a registered NGO.We do wish to be considered for climate change funding.Please do consider us as we are targeting vulnerable rural communities of the eastern parts of our nation.Our concept note is on its way.
    Thank you

  333. Surendra Kumar says:

    Greetings from Jawahar Jyoti Bal Vikas Kendra-Samastipur,Bihar,India
    Will be sending a concept note on behalf of my organisation before the closing date. My organisation is The JAWAHAR JYOTI BAL VIKAS KENDRA as is popularly known. Our vision is to see an empowered society in which all persons can take control of their degnity and be able to influence policy makers to listen to their voices & make a community based org.for their rights.
    We have a mission of working with the poor, the vulnerable and the excluded in BIHAR, particularly women, youth and children to promote socio-cultural economic empowerment and equality through REFLECT and other participatory approaches.

    Thank you
    Surendra Kumar
    Secretary
    JJBVK-SAMASTIPUR

  334. Abdul Sattar Chachar says:

    our organisation “Community Initiatives for development in Pakistan ” local NGO and working in sindh for community development .Please share the proposal format or procedure

  335. James Garang says:

    We thank USAID for call of applications for the grants. Christians United for Evangelism, Education and Development
    We are prepare our project proposal to submit it in near future before the deadline.

  336. Henry Makowa says:

    Tell me how to detail the propasal.

  337. HASSANNOOR says:

    Dear sir/madam
    we thank for your effort in letting us know about this opportunity.were registered local ngo in kenya under national council of ngo’s board and our names are youth vigour in agriculture,education,health and environment and our main focus are as follows:
    Agriculture
    Education
    Health
    Youth
    Environment.

    Many Thanks

  338. ABC Myanmar says:

    We thank you, USAID.

  339. FILBERT SAMBAGI says:

    This is great. We an NGO in Tanzania working in the area of enterprise development in rural areas through training and providing access to microcredit via the Village Community Banks (VICOBA). Our organization is called Social and Economic Development Initiatives of Tanzania(SEDIT). We appreciate your initiatives, we will submit our concept note soon.

  340. Anthony Balee
    March 23, 2011 at 11:38 am
    Will be sending a concept note on behalf of my organisation before the closing date. Our NGO is TEPPIA, Ghana, Our vision is to build capacity of people especially women and in rural areas and to enable each one take his/her life into his/her own hands.
    We have a mission of working with the poor, the vulnerable and the excluded in in this part of the country, particularly women, youth and children to promote socio-cultural economic empowerment and equality through a concerted activity.
    Thank you
    Anthony Balee
    Executive Secretary, TEPPIA.
    Tamale. Ghana.

  341. luca m. ole rikoyian says:

    Dear correspondents,
    We are INDUAT E MAA – MAASAI VISIONS ORGANIZATION an Environmental Organization working towards the management of dry lands ecosystem, conservation of resources and community adaptation to the changing environment. We work in pastoral dry lands environment and currently in Longido Maasai land.
    We have six main program but are not limitted from doing others. The current are as follows:
    1. Education – environmental alerts,
    2. Health – environmental health and STDs,
    3. Water, Environment and Technology,
    4. Agriculture – livestock and crop development,
    5. Micro economic initiatives and
    6. Social Cultural affairs.
    We got your development grants opportunity adverts. We would like to send our concept note but we dont see the link to do this. Can you give us some direction?
    Regards,
    Luca

  342. Millicent Akoto says:

    Will be sending a concept note on behalf of my organisation before the closing date. My organisation is The Ghana Reflect Practitioners’ Network, or Pamoja Ghana, as is popularly known. Our vision is to see an empowered society in which all persons can take control of their destiny and be able to influence policy makers to listen to their voices.
    We have a mission of working with the poor, the vulnerable and the excluded in Ghana, particularly women, youth and children to promote socio-cultural economic empowerment and equality through REFLECT and other participatory approaches.

    Thank you
    Millicent Akoto
    National Coordinator
    PamojaGhana

  343. Ssamula Matovu John C says:

    I work with Ndeeba Parish Youth Association (NPYA)a Community Based Organization registered by Kampala City Council (Reg: Lub/175.
    NPYA’s thematic areas
    – Sexual Reproductive Health including HIV
    – Water, Sanitation and Hygiene.
    – Skills development (Youths) eg vocational skills training.
    NPYA operates in Lubaga Division and some parts of Wakiso district.
    We would like to be part of this program so that our community can benefit more especially in the areas of water and Sanitation.

  344. Initiative for Environmental Education says:

    I will like to request for application form NGO’s for USAID’s Development grants program

  345. Benjamin Musunza says:

    USAID- Congrats!! We really appreciate your work that you do in all part of the world especially in afrika(Kenya). Thanks once more. May you be blessed with life upon life and continue supporting the poor.

    Regards,
    Benjamin Musunza

  346. christine says:

    SOPA is interested to do the proposal and concept note

  347. christine says:

    SOPA IS INTERESTED IN SENDING A CONCEPT NOTE THEN FOLLOW A PROPOSAL

  348. Association for Human Development (AHD) says:

    How we can register the AHD with the US grant making?cesseseedbd

  349. Angeline Mouton says:

    My name is Angeline Mouton and Iam chairperson of an organization call Community Builders situated in South-Africa
    Reason for writting to your office is we are seeking help with the organization and hope that your offices will be able to grant us the help as you are giving funds we would like to start a Safety Haven but we dont have the resources we have an NPO Certificate And Constitution document how can we apply for funding from your office hope to hear from you soon thanx

    Regards Angeline Mouton
    Chairperson(Community Builders)
    Address..13 Basson Street
    Murraysburg
    6995

  350. Bwalhuma Yese says:

    Community Peace Volunteers is a Community Based and Noneprofit Organisation working to Empower and Advocate for the Rights of Underprivileged Children and Their Families thruogh Knowledge and Skills.
    My request here is if there’s oppotunity to Community Based org. also to apply for a Grant? or We seek to get involved .
    Thank you
    Bwalhuma Yese
    Chairperson

  351. Christian Education and Development Organization (CEDO) says:

    Cocept Note

    BACKGRAOUND INFORMATION
    Tanzania like other developing countries faced with the problem of environment degradation various surveys shows that the National is turning desert. This situation caused by human being activities. People lack education on how to utilize the available resources which around them. Forests are being cut to provide for fuel, timber and land for agriculture and settlement.

    As the human population increase:-People become desperate for land to farm, to graze animals and cut trees for firewood, bush fires, many plants die and loss of plant cover allows the soil to being blowing, resulting in loss of fertility, which further reduces the land ability to support vegetation. All this resulted to environment degradation, soil erosion and desertification whereby many plant and animal species and become extinct
    Environment degradation is a serious: – Although environment degradation is a serious problem in our country, people did not make replacement when the cut trees. They did not plant trees to avoid desert and degradation; people still migrants near the forest to look for areas for farming and settlements and grazing as a result decrease of food production due to unreliable rainfall shortage of water, due to the fact that catchments areas are destroyed that water table is found deeper the round. When rainfall comes the rain season it ends within a very short time this situation it is unexpected. Nkonoki (1992) “Tanzania receives moderate to good rainfall and have many rivers and likes, but in most part of the Country water is scarce for drinking, washing, cleaning, gardening watering and small scale irrigation. In rural areas the quality of water is poor become water sources are not protected”.

    STATEMENT OF THE PROBLEM
    Climate change:-Climate Change due to human activity causes global warming which has both direct and indirect impact on the food security.

    Although the Government and NCOs put more effort on environment conservation the problem is still high, almost in all Regions. The problem its causes and effects rainy and food security from one region to another depending on the activities conducted in the area.
    In Tabora Regional the causes of food security and degradation to the environment are:-
     Lack of knowledge on Agricultural practices.
     Lack of enough rainy.
     Lack of knowledge on Livestock.
     Lack of knowledge on how to protect forests.
     Overgrazing
     Tobacco curing
     New settlement near the forests.

    SUMMARY

    D.1 Impact/Project purpose Goals
    The effect of climate change on food security is likely to curtail the achievement of the project purpose goals that are directly related to food security namely.
     Eradication of extreme poverty and hunger.
    Harvesting water

    D.2 Outcome: To educate community on the effect of Climate Change at Tabora Region of Tanzania State

    D.3 Outputs:- To increase the knowledge to Government leaders on how to warning people about cutting tress and clean environment.

     To increase knowledge to community on how to protect forest and planting the best trees.

    In oredr to approch the goal, The Organizations must be collabrate with,the Ministry of Agricuture and Livestock Production, Department of Water and Water Aid.

     If These activities will be done will be allaviete the problem, because we have past the area and saw ourselves how the problem it is, also we have discussing with Government leader and other people like farmers. They proposed that if these activities will be done we will alleviate the problem.

    Rev. Japhet A. Kalegeya
    Executive Director
    CEDO
    P.O.Box 545
    Nzega Tanzania

  352. David K. Adesina says:

    We at Grassroots Mission Development Centre (GRA-MIC), Ibadan Nigeria, see USAID as a divinely sent agency to bare the poor and the less-priviledged out communities out of abject poverty world-wide. This is revealed by series of their programs we have been reading about. Though our NGO has not benefited directly from USAID before now, I hope this time around we will be able to link up our development programs with theirs. Thank God for USAID. Please let these good works continue.
    GRA-MIC is committed to taking development to the rural areas in the South West Nigeria, through Cooperatives, Water Projects Health Awareness Programs. David K. Adesina, Ibadan Nigeria.

  353. mecpa is pleased to respond to climate change project under usaid support. your consideration will be highly appreciated.
    Thanks,
    MOSES B. OGWAL
    PROGRAM MANAGER.

  354. hamisi nkuluzi says:

    Please send me the application form via my email

  355. RAVI SHARMA says:

    We are Agents of Change.

    Kindly let us know how we can participate..

  356. Christian Education and Development Organization (CEDO) says:

    Ok! We will apply the grant for this program

  357. Emmanuel Mponya says:

    We are very interested in Malawi. I am working as a programs and resource mobilisation coordinator for CADECOM ARCHDIOCESE OF BLANTYRE in the Southern Region nof Malawi. CADECOM has been implementing USAID funded programs through Catholic Relief Services and on its own. We could do more appreciable work on this one. We will submit our concept note

  358. I am very late to know about it says:

    Dear sir We have an NGO which working in the North eastern states of India where mostly AIDS affcted areas in the Indian Sub continent.If possible give me a reply by this evening so that we can process it very fast.

    Thaking you

    Rev.Fr.Baby Thomas

  359. ali ahmed zardari says:

    we are working for human walfare

  360. Mawejje Joseph says:

    I thank you effort for this opportunity. Am from Uganda and the founder of THE GENERATION YOUTH UGANDA which is for the children and youth am still a student in a high school

    I will be happy to see your reply

    Good job
    God bless you all

    Mawejje Joseph

  361. chittaranjan hota says:

    dear sir/madam,
    please send details of proposal guideline and other details of proposal. I am from India so can u please confirm me whether i will able to apply for our NGO or not. we are grassroot organisation working in Orissa of india on the issues related water, agriculture, climate change, agriculture and health.

    looking forward to your support and cooperation.

    thanking u
    chittaranjan hota

  362. SANDEEP JOHARI says:

    Hereon I wish to have keen interested lies in your esteem firm as our Institution working for past 14 years in way of learning and action for tribal and remote community.
    We like our favorable response.
    Sandeep Johari

  363. KATHLE PRABHAKER says:

    I have interested how to aply pls send datels thank u