Embassy of Japan in Sudan: Grant Assistance for Grassroots and Human Security Projects (GGP) 2018

Deadline: 30 June 2018

The Government of Japan is inviting entities such as national and international NGOs accredited by the authorities in Sudan to apply for the Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects (GGP) Programme, in fiscal year 2018 (April 2018- March 2019).

GGP is a flexible and timely funding scheme which supports community level socio-economic development projects initiated by civil society organizations addressing people’s Basic Human Needs (BHNs).

Reflecting the Japanese Government’s strong commitment to uphold the concept of “Human Security”, GGP programme intends to contribute to improvements in various fields including health, education, and skill training as well as social welfare sectors.

Areas

The overall goal of GGP is to enhance the wellbeing of people at the grassroots level, based on the concept of human security, e.g.:

  • Education: Primary education, illiteracy reduction, vocational training, governance, and human resource development in communities.
  • Health: Primary health care, family planning, HIV/AIDS, rehabilitation for people with disabilities, and communicable diseases.
  • Livelihoods: Environmental protection, social welfare for people with disabilities, street children and the elderly, gender issues, violence against women, women’s empowerment, and education for girls.
  • Others: Disaster planning and prevention.

Funding Information

Less than 10 million JPY in principle, financed in USD.

Eligibility Criteria

Officially registered non-profit organizations implementing development projects at the grass-roots level in Sudan are eligible to apply for GGP. Individuals and for-profit entities may not apply.

Non-profit organization includes the following:

  • Non-Governmental Organizations (National/International NGOs)
  • Community Based Organizations (CBOs)
  • Medical Institutions (Hospitals, health centers, etc.)
  • Schools/Educational Institutions (Primary and secondary schools, schools for persons with special needs, vocational training schools etc.)

How to Apply

Applicants can download the applications form via given website.

Eligible Country: Sudan

For more information, please visit Embassy of Japan in Sudan.

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