Winners Announced for the fundsforngos.org “Great Proposals” Contest 2012

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Fundsforngos.org is pleased to announce the two winners of the US$500 “Great Proposals” Contest as well as the runners up. Hundreds of entries were received from across the world and the winners were selected by a jury in early September 2012. The jury had a difficult task due to the very high quality of proposals submitted. All winners and runners up will receive free participation in a fundsforngos.org webinar of their choice. Please click here to find out more about our highly regarded training webinars

Fundsforngos.org is grateful for your participation and congratulates the winners and runners-up. We will profile the winning NGOs on the fundsforngos.org website shortly.

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Winners of the Small Grant Prize (of $500 each)

Developing Country NGO

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Lawyers’ National Campaign Against Untouchability (LANCAU), Nepal – “Advocating the Social and Legal End of Untouchability through the Constitution Building Process”

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Women’s Microfinance Initiative, East Africa – “Transition to Independence Program”

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Runners Up/Honorable Mention (free webinar participation)

  • Global Family Village, Nepal
  • Aguayuda, Colombia
  • East meets West Foundation, Cambodia
  • Action Foundation Common Initiative Group (AFCIG), Cameroon
  • Sobuj Bangla Unnyan Sangstha (SBUS), Bangladesh
  • Centre for Nursery Development and ERU Propagation (CENDEP), Cameroon
  • Gobi Greenhouse, Mongolia
  • Jeevan Dan Samiti, India
  • Gender Equality & Health Organization (GEHO), Uganda
  • Water for People, Malawi
  • Global Development Agencies (GDA), Kenya
  • Burera Volunteers for Development Association(BVDA), Rwanda
  • The Charles Darwin Foundation for the Galapagos Islands, Ecuador
  • Ujamaa Centre, Kenya

All winners will be contacted separately by email.

 

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