Bids

April 18, 2024
By Muyi Group

KEY DATES

We have 2 annual grant cycles:

Spring Grant Round: 1 January – 30 April

Anticipated award date: Fall 2024

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Fall Grant Round: 1 June – 30 September

Anticipated award date: March 2025

Applications received after the due date will be considered for the subsequent grant round.

April 18, 2024
By Muyi Group

The 2024 SSH Notification of Funding Opportunity (NOFO) from the US Embassy in Uganda announces an open competition for registered organizations interested in submitting applications for the Ambassador’s Special Self-Help (SSH) Program, which supports small-scale, community-based initiatives that promote self-reliance, foster development, widen civic space and engagement, protect and promote human rights, and promise an immediate and dramatic effect on local communities.  Projects tailored to gathering spaces and targeted for vulnerable populations, promotion of gender and equity, civic participation, and the prevention of the negative effects of climate change are of particular interest this year.  Entering its sixtieth year of continuous operation, the SSH program is a direct reflection of the U.S. government’s commitment to helping Ugandans help themselves.

The project must be submitted by an organized group, motivated, who has a real need, and has already worked with communities. The project should be feasible based on the socio-economic context and include the necessary information and documentation indicated on the form.

Interested organizations can obtain an application from the Office of Self Help or download it here: Special Self-Help Fund Application (PDF 213 KB). The organization may also send its own drafted project provide that all needed information in the SSH application were answered in their proposal.

April 18, 2024
By Muyi Group
April 16, 2024
By Muyi Group

The Bellagio Center Residency Program has a track record for solving some of the world’s most complex challenges.

For more than 60 years, the Bellagio Center has been a backdrop for history as academics, artists, and practitioners from around the world have gathered to unlock their creativity and advance groundbreaking work.

Rather than a retreat for private reflection, the Bellagio Center residency offers an opportunity to advance a specific breakthrough project and a stimulating environment to forge cross-disciplinary and cross-cultural connections with other residents. Bellagio Center residents form lasting bonds and stay connected to each other and to The Rockefeller Foundation long after their residency ends as members of the Bellagio Network.

Alumni include Ruth Bader Ginsburg, Maya Angelou, and Dikgang Moseneke, as well as trailblazers like Nikole Hannah-JonesAkin Omotoso, and Ilwad Elman.

April 16, 2024
By Muyi Group

Women In Africa (WIA) Philanthropy is proud to announce the launch of the 4th edition of the WIA Young Leaders program, in partnership with Dior, the French investment bank Lazard in France, the Audit and Consulting firm KPMG, and the global energy company TotalEnergies.

April 5, 2024
By Muyi Group

The ICANN Grant Program is an exciting opportunity for eligible organizations across the globe to apply for funding for projects that are consistent with ICANN‘s mission and aligned with the objectives of the ICANN Grant Program.

This program will make a difference in the Internet ecosystem, while also positively impacting people all over the world by investing in creative and innovative solutions that further ICANN‘s vision of a single, open, and globally interoperable Internet.

March 29, 2024
By Muyi Group
March 29, 2024
By Muyi Group

March 13, 2024
By Muyi Group
March 13, 2024
By Muyi Group