ALiSEA Call for Proposals: Inviting NGOs, INGOs, CSOs for Small Grant Facility

Deadline: 13 March 2017

The Agro-ecology Learning alliance in South East Asia (ALiSEA) has launched the second call for proposals of Small Grant Facility with an aim to foster networking between stakeholders, especially collaboration between Local and International NGO / Civil Society Organizations, Farmer Organizations and less structured grass root organizations, Research Centers, Universities and Private sector.


  • Strengthening knowledge and experience sharing among agro-ecological initiatives and actors
  • Increasing visibility and credibility of agro-ecological movement towards policy makers and consumers
  • Scaling up the development and adoption of agro-ecological practice among farmers

Grant Information

  • Grants will be proposed as co-funding, with a maximum of 10,000 USD/project.
  • About 12 grants will be available for this 2nd call for proposals (up to 3 grants for each country).

Eligibility Criteria

  • SGF is opened to any type of agroecology stakeholders, provided that they contribute to the general goals and respect the principles of the SGF
  • Eligible applicants range from
    • Civil Society Organizations (CSO), preferably legally registered but not compulsorily:
      • Farmers’ organization / association / group / cooperative
      • Consumer association
      • Local NGOs
    • Departments of Government / Research institutes/ Universities
    • International research institutes / INGOs
    • Private sector

How to Apply

Interested applicants must download the Concept Note via given website.

Eligible Countries: Cambodia, Lao PDR, Myanmar and Vietnam.

For more information, please visit ALiSEA Small Grant Facility.

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