Top Embassy Grants for Indian NGOs

Foreign Embassies play a vital role in providing excellent grant funding to the Indian NGOs under various socio-economic issues. Along with the funding programs, they also provide support in the coordination of bilateral and multilateral development efforts.

The United States Embassies are a significant source of funding for those willing to strengthen civil society. Besides, their funding programs are usually small in scale but most flexible to implement. Certain Embassies organize and directly implement a donor’s country bilateral aid (such as the Dutch Embassies).

Every year these embassies release their call for proposals to assist NGOs working in the field of Education, Health, Economic growth, Women Empowerment, Democracy and Human Rights, Youth and many more. The range of calls varies according to the need of the country.

Keep in mind as the calls are allocated every year; therefore, proposals shall answer to specific calls and also be written according to given guidelines. It is essential to get in touch with your local embassy to evaluate whether your field of action matches the interests and goals set by your local US Embassy.

Embassies (such as the British Embassy) also provide crucial training and conference programs to build strong managerial and administrative capacity of NGO workers. They have established themselves as a platform to get in contact with other local and international NGOs working in the same field of action.

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