German Embassy in Jakarta: Seeking Proposals for Small Scale Projects 2018

Deadline: 15 March 2018

German Embassy in Jakarta is seeking proposals for its Small Scale Projects 2018, within the Framework of Development Cooperation the Embassy supports sustainable project ideas related to sectors of social welfare, agriculture, health, education or environment.

Through its “Small Project Fund”, the German Embassy can financially support projects of non-governmental and public benefit organisations duly registered under Indonesian law such as NGOs, hospitals, schools, religious organisations as well as county and local authorities. As a rule, the project partner is entirely responsible for all aspects of the implementation of a small project. This includes a detailed accounting to the Embassy after project completion. The fund is directly administered by the Embassy, Department for Economic and Development Cooperation.

Projects have to aim at improving living conditions of poor and marginalized population groups. By supporting small scale projects, those must have a direct impact on the living conditions of the project‘s target group. As the fund is mainly targeted on achieving livelihood improvements for populations in rural areas, a project proposal is to meet the specific requirements of the involved community and must be sustainable.

Focus Areas

The fund supports mainly within the following areas: income generating activities, water, sanitation and hygiene, education, vocational training, health (esp. in rural areas).

Funding Information

  • As a local project partner applicants can apply for funds of up to 25.000 Euro to implement projects that help ease distress and help deprived groups fast and flexibly.
  • Applicant’s project should be feasible within a period of max. 6 months and have an immediate impact.

How to Apply

Applicants can download the application form via given website.

Eligible Country: Indonesia

For more information, please visit Small Scale Projects 2018.

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