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Applications Invited for USAID's RISE challenge to address Gender-Based Violence in the Environment
Last date : 8th Oct 2019
About the Organization:
Global Innovation Exchange (GIE) is a global development technology platform for innovations, funding, and insights. GIE's mission is to help scale the most promising innovations by utilizing its ever-growing database of information to serve as a reliable fundraising resource for global development innovations, as well as a source of credible innovation data for the international development community.
About the Problem:
Gender-based violence (GBV) is estimated to affect more than one in three women worldwide. This widespread problem takes a variety of forms, including sexual, psychological, community, economic, institutional, and intimate partner violence, and in turn affects nearly every aspect of a person’s life, including health, education, and economic and political opportunities. At the same time, environmental degradation, loss of ecosystem benefits, and unsustainable resource use are creating complex crises worldwide. As billions of people rely on these natural resources and ecosystems to sustain themselves, the potential human impacts are dire, with disproportionate effects on women and girls.
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We invite you to submit a brief preliminary proposal for charity: water’s 2020 - 2021 funding year. We use proposals to evaluate the quality of proposed programs and their alignment with our funding goals and model.
2. ABOUT CHARITY: WATER
charity: water is a nonprofit organization based in New York. We are devoted to providing access to clean, safe water along with sanitation and hygiene services for people in developing countries.
We’re committed to sustainable, impactful programming on the ground. In order to achieve this, we invest in comprehensive water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) interventions with outstanding partner organizations. In 2020, we plan to support implementing organizations who have been fully vetted and whose proposals have been approved at the end of our review process, subject to availability of funds.
charity: water has been working in India since 2008. We are looking to expand in the country by partnering with high quality, growing WASH organizations. End
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Funds from RockFeller Foundation;
Last date -15th October 2019
About the Organization:
The Rockefeller Foundation’s mission is to promote the well-being of humanity throughout the world. The Foundation advances new frontiers of science, data, policy, and innovation to solve global challenges related to health, food, power, and economic mobility. The Rockefeller Foundation seeks to inspire and foster large-scale human impact that promotes the well-being of humanity by identifying and accelerating breakthrough solutions, ideas and conversations.
About the Grant:
They are excited to launch a new global challenge platform for university students to come together and develop innovative solutions to problems associated with poverty: The Rockefeller Foundation-Acumen Student Social Innovation Challenge.
Through the Challenge, their organizations will share the lessons they’ve learned from decades of backing companies, leaders, and ideas with the next generation of social innovators as they explore areas of opportunity, develop ideas of their own, and launch social ventures.
1) The first track is for students enrolled at universities that offer these four existing social innovation competitions:
2) The second track is new, for students enrolled at all other universities around the world - their own Virtual Challenge. The Fall Virtual Challenge kicks off on October 15th with a 6-week Lean Startup course offered by +Acumen. Through this course and a series of virtual Learning Labs, students will develop the skills they need to plan, launch, and scale a successful venture.
Phase 1 - All Participants: Register for Lean Start-up and Submit Your Idea
Phase 2 - Finalists: Student Social Enterprise Accelerator
Phase 3 - Winners: Receive Funding and Join the Community of Social Innovators
Global Fund to End Modern Slavery
Last date for concept note: 2nd Sep 2019
Location: India and Bangladesh
GFEMS’ grantmaking will catalyze reductions in slavery prevalence in communities and industries through three interconnected themes:
Effective rule of law will raise the cost of slavery by ending impunity for all forms of trafficking
Business engagement will create value by eliminating forced labor from supply chains at local, national, and international levels, as well as provide alternatives for vulnerable individuals
Sustained freedom for survivors through recovery, reintegration, and economic opportunity
GFEMS’ grant partners will execute programs within and across these intervention areas.
iPITCH by VILLGRO
Last date - 31st August 2019
What Is iPITCH?
iPitch is Villgro’s annual investment discovery platform that sources and invests in for-profit social enterprises in medtech, agritech, edtech, skilling, employability, cleantech & renewable energy.
What iPITCH give you
The Board has earmarked 50% of the annual appropriations through 2020 (i.e. half of annual expected grants of NOK 30 mill, equaling USD 3,5 mill) for projects related to Saving Lives at Birth.
The support will be focused on practically oriented projects helping achieve the UN Sustainability Goal no 3 (that in 2015 replaced the previous MDGs 4 and 5), aiming at
The Board particularly welcomes applications relating to:
A list of the projects that have received support in this category can be seen through link below
The Board expects to fund up to 20 projects per year, with up to USD 50,000.- per award. Higher amounts than this may be awarded to regional initiatives, or particular educational or collaborative initiatives.
The regular application form should also be used for applications in the Saving Lives at Birth category. For more significant initiatives, applying for an amount beyond USD 50,000.- it may be practical to first submit a Concept Proposal to the Foundation. There is no particular form for this, but the proposal should be limited to a maximum of 6 pages.
In considering applications for projects in developing countries, the Board will be prioritizing projects that beyond a local impact have the potential to document long term practical value, and stimulate developments also in other regions/countries through publication of results in peer reviewed journals. Please note that projects to strengthen a local health system, will not qualify.
The Board is likely to focus on relatively few projects, and prefer projects that can leverage new initiatives with support also from other sources. Practical experience of the applicant(s) to deal with the special challenges typically found in developing countries, and a strong commitment for participation also from local partners, are other factors that will be considered.
Regular application deadlines are April 1 and October 1 each year. Applications should be forwarded to the following e-mail: email@example.com.
A reply with feedback and outcome should normally be expected within eight weeks from the application deadline. In particular cases, applications may be considered outside of these deadlines.
Bajaj Group’s CSR Grant
Bajaj Group believes that the true and full measure of growth, success and progress lies beyond balance sheets or conventional economic indices. It is best reflected in the difference that business and industry make to the lives of people.
Through its social investments, Bajaj Group addresses the needs of communities residing in the vicinity of its facilities, taking sustainable initiatives in the areas of health, education, environment conservation, infrastructure and community development, and response to natural calamities.
For society, however, Bajaj is more than a corporate identity. It is a catalyst for social empowerment. It is the reason behind the smiles that light up a million faces.
Its goodwill resonates in the two simple words that live in the collective consciousness of Indians Hamara Bajaj.
The philosophy of social responsibility and commitment to give back to the society underlines the Bajaj way of conducting its businesses for a number of decades. Bajaj Group in its quest for nation building has undertaken various philanthropic activities and social work through its corporate and non-corporate entities besides providing financial support to such causes. The wide spectrum of community development endeavors undertaken by Bajaj companies — embracing everything from health and education to women’s empowerment to water conservation and more — has touched, and changed, many lives. As a part of its ongoing social responsibility, Bajaj group of companies proposes to expand its support to voluntary activities in development sector.
The adjoining sections detail the application process to access Bajaj Grants under CSR.
The eligibility criterion for applicant organisation are as follows:
In case of multiple partners, the lead applicant must meet the eligibility requirements listed above. The concept note must provide clarity regarding specific roles of the partners.
Preferred thematic areas and Geographies
The preferred sectors (and sub-sectors) for support are:
Preference will be given to organisations and projects located in the following geographies:
How to Apply:
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HCL Grant 2019
Last date : 14th May 2019
The democracy of India rests on three constitutional estates - legislative, bureaucracy and judiciary. The free press or media has long been recognized as the fourth. The contribution of NGOs towards nation building is immense. HCL defines it as the Fifth Estate.
HCL Grant is a step towards recognition of the rise of the Fifth Estate - the Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs). The Fifth Estate has now become a critical agent of change, playing a decisive role in building a stronger, future-ready India.
Started in 2015, the HCL Grant is a Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) commitment by HCL, through HCL Foundation, to strengthen and empower NGOs, engage with them, as well as recognize them for their path breaking work. Currently focused at rural development, the HCL Grant is awarded in three thematic categories, namely Environment, Health and Education. The Grant is designed to support breakthrough award winning projects to NGOs, that have a proven track record of evident impact, high credibility and distinct ability to deliver. NGOs that reach out to marginalized, isolated, underserved and underdeveloped rural communities in India, and work jointly to achieve sustainable socio-economic development.
HCL Grant is HCL’s contribution towards Nation Building. The vision behind HCL Grant is to mine out best practices and most successful models of rural development that are relevant in various contexts. Provide a platform where these models receive unprecedented visibility and replicated by many, such that the country excels in achieving the developmental milestones.
Unique aspect of the HCL Grant is that the organizations are recognized not only based on the “idea”, but also for their power to transform these ideas into reality and thereby, transform Indian villages.
HCL Grant awards the winning NGOs in each of the categories of Environment,Health and Education, a grant of ₹ 5 Crore (~US$0.71 Million) for a 5 years project. The HCL Grant rewards the other finalists too, who are doing great work in their own right. So the 2 other finalists in each category receive a grant of ₹ 25 lakhs (~US$0.04 Million) for an year-long project which is mutually agreed with HCL Foundation after the final Jury meet. Thus, the total committed fund for HCL Grant is ₹16.5 Crores (~US$2.36 Million), for Edition V.
Since its inception in 2015, HCL Grant has given wings to brilliant and committed NGOs - to create a revolutionary kind of transformation. Past 4 years of the Grant have seen an emergence of a cadre of remarkable community-based, participatory NGOs that have dug-in their heels and proceeded to strengthen grassroots development, deepen impact, and scale it.
So far, the HCL Grant has already committed ₹51.5 Crore (~US$7.36 Million) towards high impact projects. Through this commitment, the HCL Grant supported projects aim to cover 10,17,033 people in 7,577 villages in 43 districts across 15 states of India, through 16 HCL Grant NGO Partners. 3,70,539 lives in most remote rural areas have already been impacted and 12,000 hectares of common land & forest land brought under community governance, through these projects, operational in the states of Andhra Pradesh, Bihar, Gujarat, Jammu & Kashmir, Jharkhand, Karnataka, Madhya Pradesh, Maharashtra, Meghalaya, Nagaland, Odisha, Rajasthan, Tamil Nadu, Uttar Pradesh & West Bengal.
Besides this, each year, work of upto 30 shortlisted NGOs, 10 per category, has been photo documented and published in The Fifth Estate – The HCL Grant Compendium – Volume I, II & III. This is possibly the first ever, sector wide, comprehensive compendium of highly credible NGOs, highlighting their proposals submitted for HCL Grant, striving towards the empowerment of rural India. Each one of these case studies are examples of best practices in arenas of environment, health and education, with evidence of meaningful transformation in rural belt of this diverse nation.
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