Deadline: 7 November 2016
Department for Environment, Food & Rural Affairs and Department for International Development are seeking applications for Darwin Initiative Post Project Funding. Post project funding may be considered where there is a specific need to do more work on a successful and completed Darwin project.
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There is no specific minimum or maximum level of funding for a post project. On average, a typical Darwin post project is between £100, 00 and £150,000 and up to two years in length.
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- Late September 2016 – call for post project applications
- 7 November 2016 – deadline for post project applications
- February 2017 – notification of outcome to all applicants
- From 1 April 2017 – expected start date for successful projects
Only existing Darwin project leaders can apply for post project funding.
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For information regarding application procedure and more, please visit Post Project Funding.