Embassy of Japan in Ghana: Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects
The Embassy of Japan in Ghana is seeking applications for its Grant Assistance for Grassroots Human Security Projects (GGHSP) to meet the diversifying needs of developing countries.
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By human security the GGHSP prioritize projects that seek to provide satisfaction and basic human needs for all. That is, projects that deals with potential threats to individuals’ lives and well-being. This broadly encompasses social, environmental, economic and health concerns.
GGHSP targets areas that aim to improve Human Security. Typical project areas are Basic Education, Primary Health Care, Water & Sanitation and Agriculture. Below are examples of the respective project areas:
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Basic Education – Classroom Blocks, Furniture etc. for Schools
Primary Health Care – Health Care Facilities, Medical Equipment, etc.
Water & Sanitation – Water Supply System (Bore Holes, Water Wells), Sanitation Facilities (Latrines) etc.
Agriculture – Storage, Food Processing Facilities, Equipment etc.
The maximum grant available for each project is 10 million Yen (approx.USD 89, 285 for Japanese Fiscal Year of 2018).
An applicant must be a non-profit making organization with more than three years history.
An applicant must be registered organization, not an individual, or a mere group of individuals.
An applicant may not be a governmental and an international organization in principle except for measures against dispute and disaster.
An applicant must have sufficient funds to cover monitoring and reporting during implementation of the project and running cost for the completed facilities.
Eligible applicants include non-governmental organizations (NGOs), local public authorities, educational institutions such as primary and junior high schools, hospitals and medical institution.
For more information, visit https://www.gh.emb-japan.go.jp/itprtop_en/index.html