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The Catalyst Fund makes grants between $2,500–$15,000 to anyone, anywhere in the world who has an early-stage idea or project that addresses pressing global challenges.
The Sahee Foundation makes grants for agriculture, health, education, and environment in Swaziland and Peru. Sahee selects its partners among regional organizations that are well integrated in these target countries, as well as among local groups in Swaziland and Peru that are launching development project.
Melania is an organisation of volunteers dedicated to helping enterprising women in Asia, Africa and Latin America to improve their situation and increase their independence. Through start-up grants to women’s groups, it does this to whom credit from within their own countries would be otherwise unavailable. The projects we fund should originate from a local initiative, taken by several (organized) women and should aim to improve their economic and/or social position.
DIV provides grant funding based on a tiered-evidence approach that maximizes impact per dollar spent. This allows for risk at early stages and mitigates risk at later stages, ensuring that funding is targeted to the most impactful and cost-effective innovations.
The Global Innovation Fund is supporting the development of innovative approaches to solving challenges for people living at the last mile in any sector in any developing country and any type of organisation may apply. This includes social enterprises, for-profit companies, non-profit organisations, government agencies, international organisations, and research institutions in any country.
Innovation 4 Agriculture is a fund that promotes innovation in agriculture. It operates within 5 topic areas: Mechanization, Digitalization, Energy, Agricultural Research, Private Sector, with a fund duration of 01/2021 – 09/2026. Does your innovation fit the i4Ag portfolio? Apply today to make a change!
The Call for Proposals aims to competitively identify eight (8) innovation research projects in Responsible AI for Climate Action in Africa.
Funding for this Call for Proposals comes from the Artificial Intelligence for Development-Africa (AI4D) programme, a joint initiative funded by Canada’s International Development Research Centre (IDRC) and the Swedish International Development Agency (SIDA).
The Missing Middle Initiative (MMI) responds to an urgent need for additional program support to farmers' organizations, producer organizations, and small and medium enterprises and, as such, piloted ways to provide these specific entities with funding and capacity building to test out their ideas and projects.
Applicants can be individual youth above the age of 15 years and below the age of 35 years; a youth-led entity (defined as any entity, in which at least 50% of current management/leadership is below age of 35); or a youth-focused entity (defined as any entity, in which at least 90% of resources serve youth above 15 and below 35 years of age).