The next round of funding from the Wales for Africa Grant Scheme officially opened today.
Around £150,000 is being made available to fund projects which will help to improve the lives of thousands of people in communities across Africa.
The Minister for International Relations and Welsh Language Eluned Morgan said:
“Our Wales for Africa grants programme has already helped to improve the lives of thousands of people across Africa and played an important role in strengthening the relationships we have with this beautiful and diverse continent. I encourage community groups and organisations from across Wales to get involved in what is an important and truly life-changing programme.”
We are seeking applications from groups with the passion and determination to help contribute towards the scheme goals, making a real difference to the communities they reach.
Read here about projects awarded in the last round of main grants.
The application form can be submitted by post or email along with the necessary supporting documents. Visit the Wales Council for Voluntary Action and download the scheme guidance and application form.