The UN-HABITAT’s Urban Youth Fund is a funding opportunity specifically for small and grassroots-based NGOs in developing countries across Africa, Asia, Latin America and Oceania. However, small organizations often fail to participate in such opportunities because of their inability to access and develop a good proposal. With our primary objective of assisting such NGOs, we have developed some guidance material that can aid in accessing and writing the given application form.
Disclaimer: Please note that the guidance material provided here by fundsforngos.org is purely unofficial. It is neither complete nor accurate and does not make any guarantee of making your application more competitive or help you get any grant. Readers are requested to use this material at their own discretion.
The Urban Youth Fund accepts project proposals online – which means that you need to create an account at their website, log in and then complete the online application form.
If you are not able to complete the form at one time, you can always save it and come back later and rework on it by logging in again. Completed application form has to be submitted online with other relevant documents attached before the given deadline i.e. 15 April 2012.
NGOs with poor internet accessibility can check this link to download an offline application form (to be uploaded soon) to make notes before logging in to fill the online application form.
Below is a step-by-step guidance to help organizations to access the application form and write a proper proposal. Click on the links below one by one:
Recent Opportunity by UN-Habitat Youth Fund Mentorship Opportunity 2014.