How much should each project cost?
Between £100,000 and £1,000,000 per project per year.
What type of activity are we looking to fund?
We want to receive applications for capacity-building projects that will deliver one or more of the following outputs:
- training of key decision makers
- recommendations for action to tackle climate change or reduce emissions
- creation of new communications products and dissemination of knowledge products
- the establishment or strengthening of partnerships or networks between key stakeholders
How long can each project be?
Up to 3 years. Please note this is different to the 12 month delivery that was indicated during the Market Engagement Event. We are now able to fund grant projects for a longer duration.
Can a consortium apply?
Yes, we welcome applications from consortia. All consortia must include an Indonesian organisation.
What type of organisations can apply?
We welcome applications from a variety of organisations including think tanks, consultancies, academic institutions, community organisations, NGOs, professional associations or any similar organisations that have the knowledge, skills and experience to deliver an eligible project.
Government agencies and/ or departments are not eligible to apply either as a lead organisation, or as a partner organisation within a consortium.
What type of costs are eligible?
All projects must be delivered on a not-for-profit basis. Eligible costs will include:
- Consultancy and/or staff time required to deliver activities
- Reasonable travel and subsistence costs
- Other costs directly related to activities and outputs (workshops, seminars, production of reports, translation etc.)
We cannot award funding for tangible assets i.e. renewable energy infrastructure.