Submit Proposals for “What’s up! Niger Innovation and Learning Grants”!

Deadline: 15 May 2018

Do you have an innovative idea to address the marginalization, discrimination and exclusion experienced by the target groups of Voice? Do you want to know if this innovation is effective and can be extended? Do you see an opportunity where new technologies and approaches can be used to address the challenges your community faces? If yes, then apply for the What’s up! Niger Innovation and Learning Grants.

This is intended for groups, organizations, networks, consortia, social enterprises to test and scale up new approaches.

Innovation means anything that has not yet been attempted in a particular context, focusing on human-centered methodologies and approaches. If applicants have a new idea, method or approach, they can offer it in their application. Innovation also involves the use of proven methods, but for new purposes and with new target groups, audiences and themes.

Target Groups

  • Vulnerable and age-sensitive groups, including young people and the elderly
  • Women at risk of exploitation, abuse and / or violence
  • People with disabilities

Grant Information

Innovation and Learning Grants currently accept formally registered entity proposals for projects covering a minimum of 12 months and a maximum of 24 months, with a budget ranging from 5,000 to 200,000 euros.

How to Apply

Applicants can download the application form via given website.

Eligible Country: Niger

For more information, please visit Niger Innovation and Learning Grant.

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