Secretariat contact details

Due to a water damage, the secretariat has been temporarily re-located in other offices. Except for a slight change of address, everything is back to normal and we are ready to take your call or reply to your e-mail. All contact details can be found here.      

Have you designated your authorised signatory?

In order to submit an application or progress reports on finance and activities, you must have an authorised signatory. Learn more about the role of the authorised signatory and how to become an authorised signatory in our FAQ section and the programme manual.  

Results

Explore our past results in our project portfolio and find out all there is to know about results in 2014 - 2020.

Co-funding

Q: If a small NGO would like to participate as a partner in a project, but does not have available co-funding, could their co-funding portion be covered by a larger organisation (e.g. government agency)?

A: All beneficiaries must provide 50% co-financing from their own resources. It is not possible for different beneficiaries within the partnership to operate with higher or lower rates, even if the overall co-financing for the project still totals 50%. The reason for this tightening of the rules is abuses by some projects in the previous programming period.

If a larger organization wishes to provide co-financing for a smaller organization, the only way to do this is for the larger organization to transfer cash funds to the smaller organization, so that it has this cash to use for its co-financing. Such transfers must be clearly identifiable in the accounts of both the donor and the recipient.