A good proposal is the beginning of the road to success in finding funding for your project. The next step is submitting your proposal to appropriate funding organisations.
Selecting a funding organisation
Funding organisations are of many types; large United Nations backed international organisations for example FAO or UNDP, government aid programmes such as DFID (UK), large charities such as Christian Aid, local non-government organizations (NGOs), charities and trust funds. Some commercial organisations and philanthropic individuals are also willing to provide sponsorship.
Nowadays the internet is a very important resource when searching for these funds, as many large organizations have web pages dedicated to their funding opportunities. Below are some examples of such pages. BfD does not take responsibility for the content of the below sites.
There are also some databases that allow you to search for opportunities across many organisations and institutions.
Funds for NGOs http://www.fundsforngos.org/
Approaching a funding organisation
Print topic information
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|Beekeeping,The Gambia: A Co-financing Application to the ODA from Action Aid||ODA|
|Costing and Pricing for Export: The Essentials for Small and Medium Sized Enterprises||ITC|
|Development of Apiculture as a Source of Rural Income with Special Reference to Women|
|Finding funding - preparing a project proposal||Bradbear, N.|
|Home and Away: Adventures in Beekeeping in the UK and Africa||Home, John|
|Obtaining Apicultural Information for Use in Developing Countries||IBRA|
|Oman Honeybee Project Research Programme||Whitcombe, R.P|
|Participatory Rural Appraisal and Planning Workbook||Carvajal, J., Endara, N. & Selener, D.|
|Safeguarding Deposits: Protecting Savers||FAO|
|Sources of Grant-aid for Apicultural Development||IBRA|