Grants for Raising Awareness About Combating Climate Change
Small Project Program “Raising Awareness About Combating Climate Change.”
Through this program, the Embassy of the Netherlands in Dakar provides financial support to activities with the theme: “Raising awareness about combating climate change”.
This program offers the possibility to fund projects in the following countries:
- The Senegal
- The Gambia The following countries are also eligible: Guinea Bissau, Guinea Conakry, Cabo Verde and MauritaniaFunding Information
The financial contribution of the Embassy does not exceed a maximum of 16,000,000 FCFA / € 24,500 and is granted only once per project.
The program criteria:
- The project is a one-time activity or the funding is likely to allow the project to become self-sufficient afterwards.
- The maximum duration of a project under this program is one year.
- The financial contribution of the Embassy does not exceed a maximum of 16,000,000 FCFA / € 24,500 and is granted only once per project.
- A contribution from the requesting organization is appreciated but not compulsory.
- The Embassy grant is usually paid in two installments.
- Their programs are aimed at NGOs and non-profit associations officially recognized in the countries where the activities will be carried out.
- Occasionally, funding is given to a Dutch non-governmental organization for a project benefiting people in one of the countries mentioned above. Organizations that have not received funding from the Dutch Embassy in the past two years will be given priority in the selection.
- The program does not subsidize:
- Expert missions, trips, etc.
- Equipment or operational costs of the organization (salaries, rental costs, etc.), unless this is justified within the framework of the project and only represents a maximum of 7.5% of the amount of the budget for project activities. Organizations that are not officially recognized.Apply by 31st December.
For more information and application details, see; Grants for Raising Awareness About Combating Climate Change