- Grant applications may only be submitted by registered NGO’s, INGO’s, CBO’s or Charities that have experience in education, livelihoods and/or health.
- The applying organisation should have a track record of project implementation and management, especially in the developmental theme of the posed concept.
- Organisations should not have been blacklisted by any government department or donor.
- Be non-profit-making
- Be directly responsible for the preparation and management of the action with the co-applicant(s) and affiliated entity(ies), not acting as an intermediary.
- Can provide a reference from a previous partnership demonstrating your ability to deliver similar developmental impact and highlight your project management cycle.
The Monsoon Accessorize Trust are committed to the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goal 4, to gain inclusive and equitable quality education for all. By educating children we give the next generation the tools to fight poverty and encourage them to be advocates for change. A quality education lays the foundations for a child’s future and teachers are the catalysts who can make this happen. Equipping teachers to address the diverse needs of children and engage them in meaningful learning is an urgent necessity if we are to address the crisis in education in developing countries.
- To gain access to quality basic education in the rural and urban areas.
- To create a sustainable and innovative approach to tackle the issue of lack of education in rural areas.
- To have a holistic approach in achieving your developmental objective.
- To have an angle of environmentally friendliness to your approach.
- To have the ability to show the theory of change and provide quarterly updates of progress/impact.
The goal of the project is to create a sustainable income generating activity which uses a participatory approach, strongly emphasising the local environment. Promoting women empowerment and ensuring that each aspect of the project management cycle puts women at the forefront.
- To improve community capacities through increasing access to services and productive facilities.
- To reinforce community resilience and social cohesion by promoting beneficiary participation, engagement and representation for self-reliance.
- To promote sustainable income generating activities (and foster a culture of entrepreneurship) encouraging joint-venture businesses through community groups and private sector inclusion.
- To facilitate increased household income for the wellbeing of the most vulnerable and marginalised beneficiaries.
The fund’s main priority is to provide healthcare for mothers and children, and help break down the vicious cycle of inequity. This includes access to basic hygiene practices and sanitation, and nutritional care to help prevent stunting which affects millions of children across the world.> Better community health has immediate benefits. In the long term, these benefits translate into higher life expectancy, a more productive labour force, increased wages and savings and lower treatment costs, ultimately fuelling a cycle of growth and greater investments in the economy.
- To provide access to basic healthcare for the most marginalised and vulnerable people in rural communities.
- To strengthen community-level services, such as health workers and antenatal care.
- To strengthen facilities-based care, including postnatal services for mothers and babies.
- To increase immunisation services, including capacity, supply and demand.
- Why applicants are requesting the grant
- How the grant will be used
- What other financial resources are available to their organization