Deadline: 28 September 2018
The Australian Embassy is seeking applications for projects to be supported under its Direct Aid Program (DAP).
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- DAP projects must have a tangible humanitarian or developmental outcome and/or make a practical contribution to building the capacity of recipients in a relevant and appropriate ODA-eligible sector.
- The Australian Embassy welcome applications from all over Thailand. They particularly encourage applications from communities in the Greater Mekong region and from disadvantaged rural communities throughout Thailand.
- The 2018-19 DAP Program in Thailand will focus on:
- improving community health (e.g. through delivering a mobile health clinic to a remote area);
- supporting schools or education (e.g. by supplying additional books to a school library);
- improving small-scale infrastructure (e.g. by constructing check-dams to increase potable water supply in remote villages);
- promoting gender equality and women’s empowerment (e.g. by renovating a classroom and constructing toilets in a girls’ school);
- supporting people with disability to access the same opportunities as others (e.g. by constructing wheelchair access ramps in a rural school);
- supporting inclusive, green growth, including strengthening institutions and promoting rural development
- responding to humanitarian disasters (e.g. through the provision of small-scale basic flood relief supplies);
- protecting the environment (e.g. by supporting the use of renewable energy at a school by turning organic waste into renewable energy);
- capacity building in the areas of governance, decentralisation and human rights (e.g. by holding workshops to advise of rights within the domestic legal system).
- Most projects have a budget of between AUD4,000 to AUD30,000 (THB100,000 to THB750,000). In exceptional circumstances we can fund projects up to AUD60,000 (THB1.5 million).
- Projects must usually finish by May 2019. This deadline can be extended to May 2020 if there is a good reason and the DAP Committee gives approval.
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- Funding is available on a not-for-profit basis to organisations, community groups and individuals engaged in development activities in Thailand.
- Applications cannot be accepted from commercial operations.
How to Apply
Applicants can apply via given website.
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Eligible Country: Thailand
For more information, please visit Australian Embassy in Thailand.
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