Uganda Fund – 2015 Youth Livelihoods Grants

Deadline: 5 June 2015

The Uganda Fund is accepting proposals from community-based organizations operating in Acholi and Lango sub-regions for  2015 youth livelihoods projects. The purpose of this grant cycle is to catalyze economic empowerment for youth by providing small grants to youth groups to implement income-generating activities in northern Uganda.

Uganda Fund will select 3 innovative projects to boost youth economic livelihoods in the Acholi and Lango sub-regions. This is a great opportunity to catalyze group income-generating activities. Three grants of $20,000 USD over one year (approx. 60 million UGX) will be funded. Uganda Fund will provide technical assistance, financial management and monitoring and evaluation to ensure sustainability and accountability.

Uganda Fund is a grant making NGO established in 2006. The Uganda Fund provides project funding and technical assistance to enterprising community-based organisations and local institutions to foster peace and development in post conflict regions of northern Uganda through targeted programming in transitional justice and reconciliation, youth livelihood and leadership, information and communication technology, education and institutional capacity building.

Application Process

Organizations intending to submit proposals should provide the completed project proposal template and budget template.

For more information, visit Uganda Fund.

Comments

  1. Does an NGO operating in the two regions also qualify for the funds

    • Hi Robert,

      You can follow the link given in last line of the article to get detailed information.

      Good luck!

  2. kwagala says:

    how about associations from mukono and nearby areas, cant they access these funds?

    • Hello Kwagala,

      The Uganda Fund has clearly mentioned that the grant is for Acholi and Lango sub-regions. To get more information on opportunity/eligibility criteria, please visit the link given in ‘For more information…’ line.

      Good luck!

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