Small Scale Projects - German Diplomatic and Consular Missions in India
Funds for NGOs Last date 28 Feb 2017
Small Scale Projects:The German Diplomatic and Consular Missions in India operate a program which enables them to provide direct financial assistance to Indian NGOs and religious institutions for the implementation of small-scale projects for the benefit of disadvantaged groups of society.
This program is funded by the Federal Foreign Office in Berlin and is implemented through German Diplomatic and Consular Missions abroad.
The German Consulate General in Chennai annually disposes of a fixed budget for the support of small, but self-contained projects, located in the Consulate’s jurisdiction, which consists of Tamil Nadu, Andra Pradesh, Telangana and the Union Territory of Puducherry. The program will focus primarily on the empowerment of women and girls. Projects that cover aspects of waste management, energy efficiency or environmental issues will be considered if their implementation contributes to the above mentioned goals.
General Guidelines for Small-scale projects and Procedure
Please pay attention to the following requirements for your application:
The implementing agency must be an experienced, qualified and reliable organization, preferably a non-governmental organization (NGO) registered under the Societies Registration Act, or a religious institution. The organization must be registered under the Foreign Contribution Regulation Act (FCRA).
Project proposals have to be accompanied by at least 3 competitive quotations/ cost estimates (in Rupees) for each item to be purchased /constructed from the grant.
Incomplete applications (i.e. lacking detailed description of the project, lacking compulsory quotations etc.) cannot be taken into account.
The project has to be completed within six months after approval and before the end of December 2017.
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