IKI Small Grants – New call for funding proposals launched
Local small-scale projects in developing and emerging nations can now apply for IKI funding. The second round of IKI Small Grants will be presented to the public with a virtual event
The Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety (BMU) has launched the second call for proposals under the IKI Small Grants programme with funds from the International Climate Initiative (IKI) and in cooperation with the Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit GmbH (GIZ). Small non-governmental organisations and initiatives based in developing and emerging nations working on climate change mitigation or biodiversity can now apply for funding until 9 February 2021.
Programme for small-scale projects boosts local climate change mitigation initiatives
The aim of the IKI Small Grants programme is to support project proposals to reduce greenhouse gas emissions that are creatively tailored to local needs. Projects that help bolster the ability to adapt to climate change, forest protection efforts or biodiversity protection efforts will also be eligible for funding. Concepts focusing on achieving gender equality are particularly welcome.
The programme aims to select more than 100 projects by 2025 through international competitions to receive up to 100,000 euros in funding each (or up to 200,000 euros for projects to reduce emissions or adapt to climate change). The first call for funding proposals under the IKI Small Grants programme in early 2020 has already selected 38 projects in 27 countries to receive some three million euros of funding.
Virtual launch event
In addition to publishing the Funding Information on 1 December 2020, a virtual launch event will be held on 7 and 8 December to present the funding programme to the public.
More information and application documents are available here.
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Information on IKI Small Grants
All information about the second call of the IKI Small Grants and the launch events.