DHHS/ACF: Supporting Community-Based Child Abuse Prevention Programs

Deadline: 27 June 2016 The Administration for Children and Families (ACF), agency of Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) is seeking applications from eligible entities with an aim to support community-based efforts to develop, operate, expand, enhance and coordinate initiatives, programs and activities in tribal and migrant communities to prevent child abuse and to strengthen and support families to reduce the likelihood of child abuse and neglect, consistent with the goals outlined … [Read more...]

USAID/South Sudan: Livelihoods, Vulnerability and Resilience Program

Deadline: 10 October 2016 United States Agency for International Development Mission in South Sudan (USAID/South Sudan)  is seeking concept papers from qualified applicants for USAID’s Livelihoods, Vulnerability, and Resilience Program (LVRP) Annual Program Statement (APS) with an aim to disseminate the necessary information to enable prospective applicants to apply for funding to support USAID’s goal of improving livelihoods in conflict affected areas of South Sudan with stressed and crisis … [Read more...]

IUCN Oceania: EESLI Small Grants Enterprise & Community Development Accelerator

Deadline: 1 June 2016 The International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) Oceania is seeking applications for its Energy, Ecosystems & Sustainable Livelihoods (EESLI) Small Grants Enterprise & Community Development Accelerator with an aim to make available its advantages, privileges, and opportunities to all residents of the Pacific Island Countries mentioned below for the purpose of cultivating community projects and micro/small enterprises (MSEs) furthering the goals and … [Read more...]

Nominations Open for Right Livelihood Award 2016! Meeting the Human Challenges of the World

Deadline: 1 March 2016 Nominations are open for the Right Livelihood Award to honour and support those offering practical and exemplary answers to the most urgent challenges facing today. The Right Livelihood Award recognizes that, in striving to meet the human challenges of today's world, the most inspiring and remarkable work often defies any standard classification. The Right Livelihood Award is not an award for the world's political, scientific or economic elite, but an award for the … [Read more...]

The GEF-Satoyama Project – Call for Proposal for Indo-Burma Biodiversity Hotspot

Application Opens: 1 October 2015 Deadline: 18 November 2015 GEF-Satoyama Project is looking for subgranting projects that enhance livelihood, conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity and ecosystem services, which take into account the protection and use of traditional knowledge in conservation measures, as well as the equity among various  population groups in the project sites including indigenous peoples, women and other vulnerable groups. Site-based projects in production … [Read more...]

ACF International Grants to Enhance Livelihood

The humanitarian organization Action against Hunger was founded by a group of French intellectuals to eradicate hunger globally, sustainable and efficient in the world. The mission is to save lives through prevention, detection and treatment of malnutrition, especially during and after emergency situations and conflict. Opportunity to Enhance Livelihoods The objective of ACF international grants regarding livelihoods is to save lives in crisis situation and to protect and sustain livelihoods … [Read more...]

Ashmore Foundation Grants for Livelihood Projects

The Ashmore Foundation seeks to make a positive and sustainable difference in the Emerging Markets communities. The Ashmore Foundation aims to enhance human welfare, opportunities, and skills for children. Grants for Livelihood projects Under this grant, the Ashmore Foundation makes grants to organizations working on: supporting social enterprise to benefit disadvantaged groups, building community knowledge, resources and capacities for sustainable local enterprise, and providing vocational … [Read more...]

Call for Concept Notes/proposal-Enhancing Pro-poor Innovation in Natural Resources and Agricultural Value Chains [EPINAV]

Deadline- 30th April, 2011 Countries/Region- Tanzania In Tanzania, Agriculture, including forestry, livestock and fisheries, is the main source of livelihood for more than 83% of the poor who live and work on the land. They are therefore a vital component of any efforts to transform Tanzanian agriculture. Productivity of agriculture remains low compared to Asia and Latin America and effects of Climate Change such as frequent droughts and unreliability of rainfall patterns further aggravate … [Read more...]

The 9th World Bamboo Congress invites Papers

The 9th World Bamboo Congress will be organized from April 10-13, 2012 at Antwerp, Belgium. The theme for this congress is “Bamboo Biosciences, Bioengineering and Agroforestry Potentials”.  Papers are being invited from scholars for presentation during the congress. The Scientific Committee will select the oral presenters based on the quality and timeliness of the paper. If you wish to present only a poster, you are welcome to send in an abstract according to the guidelines. All papers, … [Read more...]

World Vision to undertake $200 Million Clinton Global Initiative

World Vision, which is a leader in Global relief and development, has announced its project that would focus on improving sanitation facilities for women, girls and their communities. As safe water is essential for their physical and mental well-being, the present project would aim at providing the same to girls and women, across 10 African countries, thereby having an impact on almost 6.6million people. The project will be conducted for six years, and will cost $200 million; moreover, it will … [Read more...]

USAID funding opportunity to implement a five-year “Community Based Livelihood Development for Women and Children” program in Swaziland

The United States’ Government as represented by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) Mission to Southern Africa is seeking applications from organizations that are interested in implementing a five-year “Community Based Livelihood Development for Women and Children” (C-BLD) program aimed at reducing vulnerability of women and children to HIV infection and minimizing the negative impacts or HIV/AIDS in Swaziland. This program will contribute directly to the US … [Read more...]

Global Education Awards 2010: Call for Nominations

The International Council of CCLP Worldwide is pleased to announce the second year of awards program whose purpose is to recognize the contribution of individuals and organizations and others as initiators in advancing education for better livelihood. Award Criteria: Awards shall be given in recognition of concept, organizational effort and dedication towards promoting and advancing the work of education for better livelihood. Eligible Recipients: Up to three global awards will be given … [Read more...]

Global Youth Enterprise & Livelihoods Conference 2010

Overview “Making Cents International invites you to engage in this participatory and demand-driven learning event by submitting a proposal to present at this year's Global Youth Enterprise & Livelihoods Development Conference, which will take place at the Inter-American Development Bank September 15-16, 2010 in Washington, DC. Deadline: All session proposals must be received by email, mail or fax before May 14, 2010. Who should submit: Practitioners, policymakers, funders, educators, … [Read more...]

Funding for NGO Programs benefiting Tibetan Refugees in South Asia

The Bureau of Population, Refugees and Migration (PRM) at the US Department of State has announced the FY 2010 Funding Opportunity for NGO programs benefiting Tibetan refugees in South Asia, especially India, Nepal, and, to a lesser extent, Bhutan. The projects will be implemented for a period of twelve months. Following are priorities identified by PRM: “(a) Proposed activities should primarily support Tibetan refugees in South Asia. Successful proposals will seek to address the needs of … [Read more...]

IGSSS inviting Expression of Interest for Small Innovative Projects from Indian NGOs

Indo-Global Social Service Society (IGSSS) – New Delhi is inviting Expression of Interest from Indian NGOs for Small Innovative Project under its People’s Empowerment for Accessing Rights to Livelihood (PEARL). The programme has been developed to “promote and encourage innovative initiatives in people’s empowerment for accessing rights to livelihood.” There are four main thematic areas under which the financial assistance to NGOs will be provided: Right to food Right to work Right to … [Read more...]

Congo Basin Forest Fund’s Call for Proposals

“The Congo Basin Forest Fund (CBFF) is a multi donor fund set up to take early action to protect the forests in the Congo Basin region. The Fund invites proposals for transformative and innovative initiatives from the governments and civil society and private sector of the Congo Basin to slow the rate of deforestation, through developing the capacity of the people and institutions in the countries of the Congo basin to manage their forest. This includes helping local communities find livelihoods … [Read more...]

CCLP Worldwide’s Global Awards for Advancing Education for Better Livelihoods

The International Council of CCLP Worldwide has issued a call for nominations for the Global Education Awards 2010. Nominations are open for organizations, individuals and others who have initiated education for increasing better livelihoods. “ Award Criteria: Awards shall be given in recognition of concept, organizational effort and dedication towards promoting and advancing the work of education for better livelihood. Eligible Recipients: Up to three global awards will be given annually—one … [Read more...]

Dairy Development Sector for Increased Food Security in USAID’s Development Grants Program

Increased Food Security through Dairy Development [at USAID’s Development Grants Program] Source: DGP - RFA - Request for Applications No. M/OAA/GRO/EGAS-DGP-10-001 Agriculture Sector Capacity to be developed under this component. Among responsive proposals in this area might be those that: Educate consumers on the role of milk and dairy products in the diets of children, women and persons with chronic illnesses, reducing under-nutrition that results in poor child growth and … [Read more...]

Climate Change Adaptation Sector under USAID’s Development Grants Program

Types of activities and categories suggested under USAID’s Development Grants Program under the Climate Change Adaptation Sector. Source: DGP - RFA - Request for Applications No. M/OAA/GRO/EGAS-DGP-10-001 Under the climate change adaptation sector, clean productive environment will be covered. There are specific USAID missions that cover climate change adaptation sector and applicants applying under this should consult the list of USAID Missions for this. Categories and types of activities … [Read more...]


SAMANVAY RESOURCE CENTER is a non- political, non- profit making, secular, non Government organization, registered under the Public Charitable Trust Act, Societies Registration Act, 80 G of the I T Act and Foreign Contribution Regulation Act. The Department of Rural Development, Government of Gujarat, knows it. It is also recognized as a Training institute, Umbrella NGO and LEAD NGO.We work in eastern Gujarat of India. The organization is recognized for its result-oriented work with the … [Read more...]

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