£230,000 for projects to improve the lives of people in Africa

First Minister of Wales, Carwyn Jones, is inviting community groups and organisations to bid for a share of £230,000 to deliver projects that improve the lives of people in both Wales and Africa.

The Welsh Government’s Wales for Africa programme encourages civil society, businesses and public bodies in Wales to take action on poverty in Africa by taking part in projects which support the exchanges of skills, learning, joint working and tackling climate change.

The £230,000 grant scheme will be launched on 4th May 2018 and organisations will have 8 weeks to submit a funding bid ahead of the closing date on 29th June 2018. Grants of between £500 and £15,000 are available, with one larger project of national significance also being funded each year

More info here https://www.wcva.org.uk/funding/wales-for-africa?seq.lang=en-GB

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