We are now in the final stages of informing organisations invited to the full application stage of the November 2016 general funding round, if they have successfully been awarded a grant.
This follows a thorough review of all applications, full integrity due diligence, and financial assessments.
Individual feedback will be provided to all unsuccessful organisations in due course. Meanwhile, we have compiled a lessons learnt document to profile general feedback on the applications received during this funding round. This comprehensive overview is available to download here.
The South West International Development Network is hosting an introductory event to UK Aid Direct and the Small Charities Challenge Fund (SCCF).
Organisations interested in finding out more about UK Aid Direct will have the opportunity to meet representatives of MannionDaniels, the Fund Manager. They will be introduced to the 2 main UK Aid Direct grant types, as well as SCCF.
Guidance will be offered on the eligibility criteria, important elements to consider when applying, and how to apply. There will also be time for a Q&A and discussion.
The event takes place at 10am on Wednesday 29 November, Brunswick Court, Bristol. Book your place now by following this link.
The UK Aid Direct team is pleased to share 2 new learning products on value for money, and the role and importance of partnerships in international development.
The first learning product is a case study and it looks at UK Aid Direct grant holders’ Women for Women International (WfWI) and specifically, what it is they did in their project, to demonstrate excellent value for money.
Click here to read a PDF version of the case study.
The second product is an audio discussion between UK Aid Direct’s Technical team and UK Aid Direct grant holders’ AfriKids. The discussion focuses on the role and significance of working with partners in international development.
Listen to the audio on the UK Aid Direct YouTube channel (opens in a new window).