The GGP aims to achieve economic and social development in developing countries based on the philosophy of human security, and provide the necessary funding for relatively small-scale activities in a way that directly benefits inhabitants at the grass-roots level.
- In particular, GGP gives priority to areas that are targeted to improve Basic Human Needs (BHN), as well as areas of particular importance from the perspective of human security, such as:
- Mitigating threats to human survival, human life, and human dignity,
- Building up the capacities of individuals and communities,
- Overcoming problems associated with the internal displacement of people and refugees from regional conflicts,
- Addressing transboundary affairs including environmental issues.
- Up to JPY 10,000,000 (approximately USD 92,500 in FY 2022).
- Up to 12 months.
- Establishing/Renovating educational institution
- Providing basic facilities to educational institution
- Improving sanitary condition in educational institution
- Providing medical equipment to medical institution
- Providing mobile clinic vehicle
- Renovating/Extending medical institution
- Establishing/Renovating community center for vulnerable population
- Installing basic equipment to the centers
- Providing mobile care service for vulnerable population
- Executing landslide prevention and Improving disaster preparedness
- Providing garbage containers and collection vehicle
- Equipping renewable energy source
- Constructing training center for farmers
- Water and Sanitation:
- Constructing irrigation system
- Installing/Replacing water pipes
- Reducing mine risk
- Supporting refugees
- Improving Universal Design.
- At least 2 years of experience in grant management with stable financial status are required for the
- Local/International Non-Government Organizations (NGOs)
- Local Municipalities
- Public Institutions (including all types of schools and hospitals/clinics)
- Individuals and private companies are NOT eligible.
For more information, visit GGP.