UK Aid Direct is pleased to confirm the charities and NGOs awarded Community Partnership and Impact grants in the second UK Aid Direct funding round.
An estimated 4.7 million beneficiaries will be reached through the approved grants.
From the 122 applications invited to submit a full application, almost 30% have been awarded a grant to work on projects targeting the most marginalised and vulnerable populations.
These organisations underwent rigorous assessments conducted by the UK Aid Direct technical team, external evaluators, DFID country offices and the DFID ministerial team, including Secretary of State.
Grants have been awarded to organisations working on projects ranging from ending modern day slavery, to water, sanitation and hygiene. Many of these organisations propose using innovative approaches and technologies.
A full list is also included below, organised by project focus area:
- Agriculture: APT Action on Poverty, Farm Africa
- Conflict Prevention: Saferworld
- Disability: AbleChildAfrica, British and Irish Agencies Afghanistan Group, DeafKids International, Humanity and Inclusion
- Education: Alliance of Religions and Conservation, Irise International, Joshua Orphan and Community Care UK
- Ending Modern-Day Slavery: Anti-Slavery International (2 projects), ChildHope UK, Street Child
- Health: Cyan International, Fred Hollows Foundation, Orbis Charitable Trust, The Worldwide Hospice Palliative Care Alliance
- Family Planning: African Initiatives
- Livelihoods: African Initiatives, Y Care International
- Nutrition: Karuna Mission Social Solidarity, PHASE Worldwide, Send a Cow
- Social Accountability: Raleigh International Trust
- Violence against Women and Girls: AfghanAid, HealthProm, Railway Children
- Water and Sanitation / Hygiene: Pump Aid, Measham Family Christian Foundation (WellFound)
Each of these organisations have now been allocated a performance and risk manager who will support and monitor the projects, to ensure they meet their objectives and milestones.
The next UK Aid Direct funding round is currently open – interested organisations can apply until Wednesday 13 June 2018 at 17:00 (GMT).