Download a Great Sample Proposal on ‘Women’s Livelihood Development’

Building livelihoods through microenterprises for women is one of the remarkable ideas for developing sustainability, improving household income and creating jobs in the poorest regions of the world. A lot of donor agencies including the USAID, the World Bank and the United Nations emphasize upon enhancing the business development skills of women for sustainable development. However, not all NGOs are able to develop effective project ideas for successfully requesting funds from such donor agencies for improving the livelihood development of women through enterprises.

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Sample Proposal on “Women’s Sustainable Livelihood Development through the use of Microenterprises’

Geographical Area: Palestine

The first part of any proposal is give an overview or a brief introduction to the project and how it will be implemented. Check the sample text below that opens up the proposal:

Across the West Bank, recent <Organization Name> (ORG) projects have resulted directly in the creation of hundreds of jobs and significant increases in income for women. These successes have given many women their first job and the unprecedented ability to add to and often be the only source of family income. Despite this progress, there is tremendous unrealized opportunity to create additional opportunities for sustainable economic and entrepreneurship for women in the West Bank. ORG’s experience has underscored significant capacity and motivation among Palestinian to break the cycle of poverty and build a better life through microenterprise development.

Our goal is to help Palestinian women in the northern West Bank achieve financial independence and security by helping them build skills and resources to start microenterprises. ORG respectfully seeks funding from the <Foundation Name> to provide training for over 200 women entrepreneurs, help establish 100 new businesses, and create 300 new jobs for women.

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  1. lawrence mutembei douglas says:

    I would like to have a grant to pursue PhD in project management. I have masters degree in project planning and management of Nairobi University Kenya

  2. deodatus wiston says:

    I would like to ask for your financial support for school fees for my young brother who study high school 312$. It my hope that my request will be considering and to be given very positive response.

  3. Nsimenta Denis . T says:

    I humbly apply into your office for help of funding me and i build a a water tank for my village so that we can have water and this can cost me 50 millions Uganda shillings worth 10000$.

  4. jeevan kumar says:

    Hello sir,
    I am running a school in rural area in (Uttarpradesh)India. but I need fund for developing building , library, lab for student for ICT based teaching method.

  5. Mohanchandra Rumba says:

    I am Mohanchandra Rumba from Nepal. We are youth organisation named Youth Forum Nepal. Mustly we are working on right to information (RTI) for good governance in local level. We encourage youth for accountability. If this organisation can work with us, we are ready to work jointly. Thank you very much.

  6. We are running an NGO named Social Rural Development network organization in Badin Sindh cooperative in Pakistan. We provide free legal aid, protection of basic fundamental rights, extinction of bounded labor and child labor, children and women welfare and to provide them education and residence. We have a number of similar tasks to do in this field. What we are suffering is lack of funding as we have no sources, all we are doing is from our own. If there could be any help regarding grants, we will enforce our purposes in a better way and help the mankind to the maximum. One important thing is that all the funds shall be subject to tough auditing and accountability.Please you consider on this comment.

  7. Mehvish Ehsan says:

    Respected Sir/Mam,
    I am mehwish ehsan from pakistan and I am medical student and I am need of donation for my education and for my family. I don’t want to leave my education at mid. I assure that I will return it to the donor as I get the way of earning. Kindly help me and provide me some info regarding it. I shall be very thankful to you for this favor.
    Anxiously waiting for your reply.
    Mehwish Ehsan

  8. Mandlenkosi says:


    I was led to this far because the statement says download for free yet its not free. Quite misleading according to my opinion.
    Thanks anywhere

    • Gamala Luitel says:

      Don’t you think finding such a resourceful series of articles is not less than a proposal?
      I hope you went through the series of articles and noted the important points.
      Thank you!

  9. Rosemary says:

    Our Organisation, The Development Institute successfully subscribed for the Premium membership but failed to access the service!
    Please do assist.

    Thank you

  10. Parthasarathi says:

    Download a Great Sample Proposal on ‘Women’s Livelihood Development’
    we could not download the file, what could be the download option so that it can be download


    • Gamala Luitel says:

      Hello Parthasarathi,
      Only the premium members can download the sample proposal freely. Our premium members can avail the benefits of numerous fundraising tools, personalized funding alerts, access to 100+ sample proposals, donor database, guidelines and several other resources.
      Thank you!

      • Luxman Bhugai says:

        If we are not able to write the proposal why you inform to all the people? It makes all the people to not believe of your program because as you mention in your comments it makes other people to think seriously.hoping good response from your side.

        • Gamala Luitel says:

          Hello Luxman,
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          • Teresa Ayoo says:

            I am Teresa from Northern Uganda Community based action for Children and Youth with Disabilities (NUCBACD)
            We are local NGO registered with NGO board Uganda. Our organization work with children and youth with disabilities.
            We have 279 children for special needs education,81 youth with disabilities for vocational skills training,31 for physiotherapy.
            We conduct this activities in our center and school. There is out reached activities in the communities for economic empowerment. for women.
            We would like to partner with some partners to enable our activities to realized it sustainability

    • Ravi Sharma says:

      Dear Brother,
      Are you get any fund from any funders for your project? If yes please share the experience with me.