The applications for the Australia-Africa Community Grants Scheme (AACGS) for 2010-2011 are now open.
The AACGS (formerly the African Regional Small Activities Scheme or ARSAS) will support community-based activities being implemented by non-government organisations (NGOs) that promote sustainable economic and social development. Funding can range from AUD30,000 to AUD75,000.
Funding under the AACGS is available for all African countries; however the Australian Embassy in Cairo will accept applications from Egypt, Sudan (including Southern Sudan), Tunisia, Libya and Eritrea. For other African countries, please find the Australian diplomatic mission responsible in the guidelines below.
Applications for funding under the AACGS must include:
1. An AACGS Project Proposal Summary using this template (maximum 2 pages)
2. An AACGS Detailed project proposal using this template (maximum 10 pages).
In completing your application, please refer to the following documents:
Applications for this round of funding will close on 31 January 2011.
For more info or clarification please, ask to skf NGO funding consultants (if your NGO is already registered in skf NGO directory, or click here to register it now) or contact to office of Australia Africa Community Grants Scheme.
Australia Africa Community Grants Scheme
World Trade Center, 11th Floor
Corniche Ekl Nil, Boulac 11111
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