More than 24 not-for-profit organisations and charities came together last week for a UK aid East Africa learning event in Nairobi, Kenya.
The two-day event, organised by the Department for International Development (DFID) and MannionDaniels, brought together a wide-range of grant holders – from both the UK Aid Direct and UK Aid Match funds – to discuss and share their experiences on a variety of subjects. These included sustainability, disability inclusion and project management.
One of the attendees said: “I think with a very mixed group of participants – very senior staff from large NGOs, and small downstream partners – the agenda catered for the diverse needs and levels of experience.”
The DFID and MannionDaniels’ teams took the opportunity to also visit 14 UK aid-funded projects in Kenya and Uganda, including Small Charities Challenge Fund (SCCF) grant holders WasteAid, Community Partnership (and SCCF) grant holders, Friends of Kipkelion and Impact grant holders, Farm Africa and ActionAid Rwanda.
For all those registered to dial in to the Community Partnership and Impact grant guidance webinar on Tuesday 26 February from 11:30 – 12:30pm please be advised that numbers are high for this event.
Our system will allow for up to 1,000 registered attendees to log in on the day, and this will be on a first-come-first-serve basis.
In the unlikely event that you are unable to get through please don’t worry; we will be recording the session and sharing on this website by the end of the week.
For those interested in registering, you can still do so, but please note the advice above.
On Wednesday 30 January, UK Aid Direct Fund Director Karen Stephenson hosted a guidance webinar for applicants considering applying for a Small Charities Challenge Fund (SCCF) grant. She was joined by Head of Fiduciary Risk, David Bailes.
To listen to the recording and download the presentation, visit the SCCF Guidance section of the website, and open the Presentations section.
The next review deadline for receiving Small Charities Challenge Fund applications is 28 March at 17:00 (GMT).
To find out more about SCCF grants, visit our dedicated SCCF pages.