The Australian Embassy in Cairo is currently open to accepting applications for the Australian Government’s Direct Aid Program (DAP) for 2010-2011. They are open to accepting these applications throughout the year, and will consider them on an ad hoc basis, depending on available funding.
The DAP is a small-grants scheme which aims to alleviate humanitarian hardship. It has a particular focus on addressing the needs of women, children and other disadvantaged groups. DAP is aimed primarily at supporting small-scale sustainable development projects and activities that are participatory in nature. The Embassy’s preference is for projects which actively engage the beneficiaries in the design, development and implementation. Examples of areas where grants may be given include community health, women’s health and development, education, small-scale infrastructure, rural development, youth, gender equality and the environment. Consideration will also be given to disaster relief operations.
DAP funding is available to local, international or Australian NGOs, academic institutions, research bodies, libraries, museums, or other organisations engaged in development activities on a not-for-profit basis. DAP projects must be located in Egypt, Sudan, Tunisia, Libya or Syria.
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