Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs) on project proposals
Can I send in a proposal even though I am not affiliated with any organisation?
Yes, we accept proposals from individuals.
I am from XX country and I live in XX type of environment. Can I still apply for funding?
We invite proposals from anywhere in the world, as long as they are for local-scale projects involving peoples and places vulnerable to climate change.
I am from an International NGO, are we eligible to apply?
Yes, but be sure to focus your project on the community-level.
Can a Government body, local or national submit a proposal?
Yes, but make sure to identify the individual(s) who are leading the project and be sure to focus your project on the community-level.
Can I or my organization submit more than one proposal?
Yes, but we will not support more than one project from the same applicant.
Our project proposal is estimated to require a budget of more than $5000. Is it possible to apply for a greater amount?
No, we are only offering up to US$5000 per project. You will have to seek other sponsors for the remaining amount. However, do indicate your total budget so that we can see the total scope of your project.
Where can I find more information about your call for proposals and how to apply?
Can I include photos with my application form?
Yes, but do not insert them into the application form (Word document) itself. Attach them separately in your email.
When will I get an answer on my application?
Projects will be reviewed after the submission deadline of 15 July 2009 has passed. Applicants will be informed from 1 September 2009 onwards.
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