TIP Office Annual Program Statement to Address Impacts of COVID-19 from U.S. Department of State Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons (Deadline- April 15, 2022)

Title: TIP Office Annual Program Statement to Address Impacts of COVID-19
Organisation: U.S. Department of State Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons, International Programs Section
Theme: Trafficking, Covid-19
Country: USA
Description: The Department of State’s Office to Monitor and Combat Trafficking in Persons (TIP Office) announces an open competition for funding to address
the impacts of COVID-19 on efforts to combat human trafficking and
support government measures to counter human trafficking outside the
United States.
Eligibility: NGOs with FCRA from India can apply for this grant
Grant Amount: USD 100,000
Apply by: April 15, 2022
Weblink: grants.gov

NGOs can request for Grants from CryptoRelief for Covid Emergency Initiatives

Title: NGOs can request for Grants from CryptoRelief for Covid Emergency Initiatives
Organisation: CryptoRelief
Theme: Covid-19
Description: CryptoRelief is a community-run fund delivering relief during the ongoing Covid crisis in India. Mission is to reduce suffering by providing healthcare and essentials to those fighting for survival against Covid. CryptoRelief is working with several credible organisations and initiatives to ensure impactful disbursement.
Eligibility: NGOs from across India can apply for this grant
Grant Amount: Not Specified
Apply by: No Deadline
Weblink: CryptoRelief

Japan Water Forum Fund 2021 is now open for applications (Deadline- July 10, 2021)

Title: Japan Water Forum Fund 2021 is now open for applications!
Organisation: Japan Water Forum (JWF)
Theme: Water, Sanitation and Hygiene, Covid-19
Description: The JWF Fund was founded in 2005 and solely operated by Japan Water Forum (JWF), which aims to support selected grass-roots organizations in developing countries who have been addressing water-related issues in their own countries. Considering that clean water, sanitation and hygiene play a vital role in preventing infectious diseases including COVID-19, we will highly appreciate proposals of water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) projects again as last year.
Eligibility: Grassroots organisations from India can apply for this grant
Grant Amount: USD 1500
Apply by: July 10, 2021
Weblink: Japan Water Forum 

 

Creativity Pioneers Support Fund Microgranting Program (Deadline- June 30, 2021)

Title: Creativity Pioneers Support Fund Microgranting Program
Organisation: Moleskine Foundation
Theme: Covid-19, NGOs
Description: Creativity Pioneers Support Fund is a one-time funding program for the non-profit organizations that use creativity as a tool for social change, that are currently facing the impact of Covid-19 pandemic. The organization must demonstrate how the grant will help them overcome the current pandemic crisis and project their organization towards the future.
Eligibility: NGOs from India can apply for this grant
Grant Amount: up to €5000
Apply by: June 30, 2021
Weblink: Moleskine Foundation 

Covid-19 Response Fund- The Volant Trust- Deadline- July 31, 2021

Title: Covid-19 Response Fund
Organisation: The Volant Trust
Theme: Covid-19 Response
Description: The Volant Trust accepts applications from charities in the UK and internationally that demonstrate a strong focus on alleviating social deprivation and helping vulnerable groups who have been particularly impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic.
Eligibility: Registered nonprofits or community organisation or social enterprise from India can apply for this fund
Grant Amount: Not specified
Apply by: July 31, 2021
Weblink: Volant Trust

Stop TB Partnership- Challenge Facility for Civil Society (CFCS) Round 10- Call for Proposals (Deadline- May 21, 2021)

Title: Stop TB Partnership- Challenge Facility for Civil Society (CFCS) Round 10- Call for Proposals
Organisation: Stop TB Partnership
Theme: Tuberculosis (TB), CSO, Covid-19
Country: Switzerland
Description: Round 10 of the CFCS will support TB-affected community and civil society organizations to engage in country-level efforts towards advocating, networking and responding to the devastating impact of COVID-19 on the TB response and accelerate action to meet the United Nations Political Declaration on TB global targets on combating tuberculosis (TB) by the 2022 deadline.
Eligibility: NGOs having experience working on TB and CRG from India can apply for this funding.
Grant Amount: up to USD 100,000 per application
Apply by: May 21, 2021
Weblink: StopTB

Request for Concept Notes for NGO Programs Preventing, Preparing for, and Responding to COVID-19 (Deadline- May 14, 2021)

Title: Request for Concept Notes for NGO Programs Preventing, Preparing for, and Responding to COVID-19
Organisation: U.S. Department of State
Bureau of Population Refugees and Migration (PRM)
Theme: Covid-19, India, Health, Livelihoods, GBV, Child Protection
Description: Priority Sector in India -Health, Livelihoods, Protection, GBV, and Child Protection

Targeted Population in India- At least 50 percent Rohingya and other Burmese refugees, and/or urban refugees and asylum seekers

Other Notes- Prefer programs with the ability to operate in multiple locations and across multiple sectors, provided such work supports an integrated program approach. 
Eligibility: NGOs with FCRA from India can apply for this funding
Grant Amount: Not less than $500,000 and not more than $3 million per year. Activities and budgets should not exceed two
years from the proposed start date."
Apply by: May 14, 2021
Weblink: U.S. Department of State 

 

Stories of Change- Case Study Challenge 2020-21 (Deadline- April 30, 2021)

Title: Stories of Change- Case Study Challenge 2020-21
Organisation: Azim Premji University
Theme: Stories of Change, Covid-19
Description: "Third edition of Stories of Change initiative to social actions in response to Covid-19. It will be organized around the following sub-themes, relating to the response to widespread critical needs. These are
- Humanitarian response to specific communities in rural, urban and forest areas
- Healthcare responses specific to Covid-19
- Livelihoods response to specific communities
- Welfare and entitlement responses e.g. MGNREGA, PDS, Pension, DBTs and many others
- New initiatives cutting across these above themes and more including matters related to policies"
Eligibility: Participants can be representatives of NGOs, social movements, informal citizen groups, networks and individuals. Students / researchers / academics and funding organizations can also participate in collaboration with any of the organizations mentioned above.
Grant Amount: 10 selected submissions will be awarded Rs. 50,000 as a token of appreciation.
Apply by: April 30, 2021

Weblink: Azim Premji University 

The Direct Aid Program (DAP)- Small grants program- Australian Consulate-General Kolkata, India (Deadline- Nov 20, 2020)

Title: The Direct Aid Program (DAP)- Small grants program (Deadline- Nov 20, 2020)
Organisation: "Australian Consulate- General in Kolkata, India"
Theme: Contain and combat COVID-19 and address the health, economic and social impacts of the pandemic
Description: "The Australian Consulate-General in Kolkata supports small-scale, sustainable development projects in east and north east India (see below for a list of states covered). States covered by the Australian Consulate-General in Kolkata: Arunachal Pradesh, Assam, Bihar, Chhattisgarh, Jharkhand, Manipur, Meghalaya, Mizoram, Nagaland, Odisha, Sikkim, Tripura and West Bengal.

DAP activities should aim to achieve practical and tangible outcomes of high development impact. We are committed to working with India to contain and combat COVID-19 and address the health, economic and social impacts of the pandemic. In 2020-21 we aim to work with partners on high quality projects on five thematic areas: Education, innovation & entrepreneurship; Gender equality and women’s empowerment; Water and sanitation; Agricultural productivity and Public Administration and Governance"
Eligibility: NGOs with FCRA can apply for this funding
Grant Amount: Grants are typically provided up to 2,60,000 INR each, with some flexibility in case of justified project expenses.
Apply by: November 20, 2020
Weblink: Australian Consulate-General in Kolkata

 

Call for Projects 2021 from SELAVIP- Housing for Poor- Covid-19 (Deadline- June 30, 2020)

Title: Call for Projects 2021 from SELAVIP- Housing for Poor- Covid-19 (Deadline- June 30, 2020)
Organisation: SELAVIP  
Theme: Covid-19; Housing for Poor
Description: SELAVIP is a private foundation that supports housing projects (new housing, land title regularization and water systems) for very poor urban families in the cities of Africa, Asia and Latin America, including the Caribbean. Our focus is on addressing «extreme social emergency» faced by urban groups dwelling in precarious and unsafe conditions and places, or exposed to evictions. Many poor families cannot dream of accessing conventional housing programs, this is why SELAVIP wants to offer accessible alternatives to these persons. For the year 2021 and considering the serious humanitarian crisis that the COVID 19 pandemic will leave, we hope to receive innovative proposals that primarily address critical problems of sustainable housing and sanitation, to support with economic resources those who propose an effective improvement in the quality of life of the poorest of the poor.
Eligibility: NGOs from India can apply for this grant
Grant Amount: Maximum amount per Project is USD 72,000
Apply by: June 30, 2020
Weblink: https://www.selavip.org/en/news/call-projects-2021