Subsidy Soil Fertility Programme
On 24 January 2023, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs published a call for grant proposals for the Soil Fertility programme: one for Sahel/West Africa and one for East and Central Africa. Organisations with experience in achieving sustainable management of soil fertility in a way that contributes to ecologically sustainable improvements in food productivity and to increased resilience of small-scale food producers and/or pastoralists in Sub Sahara Africa may apply for a grant until 31 March 2023.
Download in English: 'Grant Policy Framework Soil Fertility'
Download "Appendix 1 - Application Form Soil Fertility Programme Grant"
Download in English: 'Appendix 2 - Indicative Amounts for Remuneration'
Download in English: 'Appendix 3 - Corporate Rates per 1 January 2023'
Download in English: 'Appendix 4 - Results Frameworks FNS and Water'
Download in English: 'Appendix 5 - Model budget for Phase 2'
Applications must be submitted using the application form and accompanied by the additional information and documents stipulated in the form.
The grant policy framework sets out:
- Who may apply for the grant
- How organisations can apply for the grant
- What the background and objective of the grant programme are
- What conditions an application must satisfy
- How the assessment and selection procedure works.
On this webpage you can download the grant policy framework in Dutch and its English translation, along with the annexes, the application form and other necessary documents.
Answers to questions asked
Questions concerning the call for grant proposals may be directed to IGG@minbuza.nl, only by email and no later than 15 March 2023, with ‘Soil Fertility programme grant application’ in the subject line. Once every two weeks the questions that have been received will be anonymised, answered and published on this webpage.