APPLICATIONS ARE OPEN - Direct Aid Program for Small-Scale Development Projects. Apply Now!

Deadline: 22-Dec-22

The Australian High Commission Republic of Kenya is seeking applications for the Direct Aid Program (DAP) to support to eligible groups or organisations undertaking suitable small-scale development projects.

Focus Areas
In 2022-2023, The Australian High Commission will fund projects in the following focus areas:

- Combating climate change and supporting the environment
- Countering violent extremism
- Skills development and economic empowerment
- Support for vulnerable groups, notably women and girls, youth and people with disabilities

Funding Information
The Australian High Commission will award DAP grants at a minimum of AUD 25,000 and a maximum of AUD 60,000. Applications can be made in USD to an amount within this range when converted at the time of application.
Activities may run up to a maximum of two years.

Eligibility Criteria
Projects must be located in one or more of the countries: Burundi, Kenya, Rwanda, Somalia, Tanzania or Uganda.
Projects must have defined, realistic objectives and clear outcomes.
Projects must be self-sustaining and recurrent/ongoing costs will not be supported (e.g. salaries/rental/utility costs, micro credit schemes or any other project that involves return of money, etc.). Projects that demonstrate a high level of local involvement or partnership with other likeminded organisations (financially and/or in kind) are encouraged.
Organisations that received funding in both the 2020-2021 and 2021-2022 rounds are ineligible for funding in 2022-2023.


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