Innovation in Development Reporting Grant Programme for European Union Countries

Deadline: 2 March 2016
Can you tell a development story in an original and unprecedented way? Is your story inquisitive and engaging? Does it combine critical thinking with good “old school” fact checking and an exploration of new technology developments?
If so, then pitch the heart of your story in IDR grant programme!

ZARYA Artist in Residence Program: Supporting Art Professionals

Deadline: 30 November 2015
The ZARYA Center for Contemporary Art is accepting applications for ZARYA Artist-in-Residence program to support art professionals. The program provides a potent catalyst for the local art scene. The program is for artists working in the fields of painting, sculpture, graphics, photography, video, installation, performance, choreography, theater, music and street art.

International Development Small Grants Programme for Scottish Organisations Working to Alleviate Poverty in 7 Developing Countri

Deadline: 25 November 2015
Scottish International Development Organisations can now apply for funding through three years of the Scottish Government’s International Development Small Grants Programme 2015. This will distribute approximately £500,000 in 2016 to support projects that help some of the world’s poorest countries and fit within the Scottish Government’s International Development Policy.

African Enterprise Challenge Fund Window Round 4 is Open for Applications: Give your Best Agribusiness Idea to be implemented in

Deadline: 15 December 2015
The African Enterprise Challenge Fund (AECF) Tanzania is a special fund that is only open to agribusiness ideas being implemented in Tanzania. The competition seeks innovative agribusiness ideas that will have a positive development impact on the rural poor. The competition is open only to for-profit companies around the world who wish to implement their business idea in Tanzania.
Types of Ideas Supported

Taproot Foundation: US NGOs can Get Pro Bono Professional Services of $45,000 for Each Project!

Deadline: December 2015
The Taproot Foundation is currently accepting proposals from US non profit organizations for its service grants of up to $45,000. Through its Service Grants program, the Foundation connects nonprofit organizations with the services of professional consultants on a pro bono basis.

Pollination Project Seed Grants of $1,000 for Social Entrepreneurs around the World: Applications are Ongoing!

Deadline: 30 November 2015
The Pollination Project is accepting applications from social entrepreneurs around the world looking to make their communities and world a better place.
Seed grants of up to $1,000 will be awarded to projects in the early stages of development, including those that promote compassion toward all life (people, planet, animals). To be eligible, applicants must be a passionate, committed individual with a social change vision that fits within one or more of the categories below.

USAID/Ghana: Agriculture and Resource Management Program

Deadline: 19 January 2016
The United States Agency for International Development (USAID) is seeking applications for acooperative agreement from qualified U.S. and Non-U.S. organizations to fund a program entitled “USAID/Ghana Agriculture and Natural Resource Management.”
The opportunity is for a five-year cooperative agreement to provide technical assistance and capacity building services under the Feed the Future (FTF) Agriculture, Environment and Natural Resource Management (Ag/NRM) Project.
Funding Information

Measure Evaluation Tanzania Small Grants Programme to Fund Research in HIV/AIDS Care & Treatment

Deadline: 24 November 2015
The Measure Evaluation Tanzania (TZ) Project is currently accepting  applications for Round II of its small grants program to increase the evidence base in community-based HIV/AIDS programs. The primary objectives of this program are:

NIHONGO Partners Program: Strengthening Cultural Exchange in Asia

Deadline: 12 January 2016
The Japan Foundation Asia Center, with an aim to foster awareness of empathy and coexistence as neighbours living together among the residents of Asia, currently invites applications from the secondary educational institutions mainly in 10 ASEAN countries for the NIHONGO Partners Program, in order to support the local Japanese language teachers and students.
The program will be dispatched in 10 ASEAN countries- Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, and Vietnam.