Deadline: 13 December 2019
The Australian High Commission in Kiribati is seeking applications for its 2019-20 Direct Aid Program (DAP), which is a flexible small grants program (up to $20,000 per grant) administered by the Australian High Commission. It aims to support small-scale sustainable development projects and activities that involve local communities. Where possible, community members should participate in the design, development and implementation of the project
The Direct Aid Program (DAP) is a community development program funded by the Australian Government. The program aims to support projects with a strong development focus that complement Australia’s broader aid program to Kiribati.
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In 2019-20, the AHC will prioritise funding for projects that address:
- Community health
- Water and sanitation
- Environmental protection/climate change
- Gender equality
- Empowerment of women and girls
- Youth empowerment
- Disability empowerment and inclusion
- Sport for development
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- I-Kiribati local community and non-government organisations (NGOs) are eligible to apply
- DAP applications are assessed according to the following criteria:
- Strength of the proposal in addressing one or more of the priorities listed above
- Degree of benefit to the community
- Capacity of the community or NGO to deliver the project on time and on budget
- Sustainability of the project
Projects that involve the following are not eligible:
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- Issuing cash grants, grants programs, micro-credit schemes or commercial ventures
- Purchase of major assets, for example, vehicles
- Improvements to an individual’s house or land
- Purchase of overseas travel
- Entertainment and/or event promotion
- Routine, recurring running costs and administrative expenses including office rental and utility costs, spare parts, routine maintenance and reports or staff salaries
- Very remote locations that are not easily accessible for monitoring purposes
- Incomplete or inappropriate applications
- Equipment or materials that cannot be sourced or maintained locally
For more information, visit https://kiribati.embassy.gov.au/twaa/home.html