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Grantee Database

This database contains a representative list of grants approved since 2004. Grants appear alphabetically by organization name, with most recent grants first. Unless otherwise specified, grants are for general operating support.
337 results found

Tanzania Gatsby Trust

Dar es Salaam

to scale up the current credit program in Zanzibar, aid formation of apex structures, and develop skills in food processing for greater impact and sustainability

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2009
Grant Amount: $40,000

to build the capacity of women's groups through microcredit and business skills training programs in Zanzibar

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2006
Grant Amount: $100,000

Tanzania Home Economics Association

Mwanza

to build the capacity of women and youth in food security, health and nutrition, bioenergy, hygiene and sanitation, income generation, and money management

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2011
Grant Amount: $66,000

for a sweet potato production and marketing project for women in Mwanza Region, Tanzania

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2009
Grant Amount: $61,000

for a food security and economic empowerment program for women in Tanzania

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2006
Grant Amount: $116,000

Tanzanian Association of Foresters

Moshi

for a tree-planting and soap-making project for women in Tanzania

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2004
Grant Amount: $140,000

Terra GIS LTD

Seattle WA

for GIS Support for CCRP and Data Platform

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2015
Grant Amount: $150,000

for Geographic Information Systems (GIS) support and capacity building to the three African Community of Practices

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2014
Grant Amount: $75,000

Teso AIDS Project

Soroti

to provide vocational training to youth orphaned by the AIDS crisis in Uganda

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2005
Grant Amount: $60,000

Texas AgriLife Research

College Station TX

for the project Improving Millet-Sorghum-Cowpea System Productivity in Niger Republic by Introducing High Yielding Drought-Resistant Phosphate-Efficient Cowpea Varieties

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2009
Grant Amount: $156,000

to support Ph.D. program student training in the department of Agricultural Economics at Texas A&M University

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2009
Grant Amount: $135,000

The Assistance Association for Quality of Life Rehabilitation for People with Disabilities and UXO Survivors

Xieng Khouang Province

to strengthen QLA’s governance and capacity to better support UXO survivors and people with disabilities to improve their lives

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2014
Grant Amount: $85,000

to provide support to develop the management capabilities of the Quality of Life staff, board, and membership and to provide services to unexploded ordnance survivors and people with disabilities

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2013
Grant Amount: $60,000

The Cambodia Trust

Oxon

For a rehabilitation, education, and training program for disabled people that live in remote areas of Cambodia

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2004
Grant Amount: $120,000

The Center for Investigative Reporting

Berkeley CA

for the project, Food for Nine Billion

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2012
Grant Amount: $35,000

The Foundation for the Promotion and Investigation of Andean Products PROINPA

Cochabamba

for the project, Research on Alternatives for the Technological and Social Demands of the Quinoa Sector

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2014
Grant Amount: $800,000

for the project, Conservation Agriculture in the Andean Region of Bolivia

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2013
Grant Amount: $75,000

for the project, Participatory Development of Technological Innovations to Increase Productivity of Agricultural Soils in Depressed Andean Regions of Bolivia

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2013
Grant Amount: $315,000

for the project, Innovation for Soil Fertility Management in the Hillsides of Bolivia

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2012
Grant Amount: $50,000

for the project Grain Quality Threatens the Organic Quinoa Market: A Focused Analysis Between the Actors in the Production and Marketing of Quinoa Bolivia

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2012
Grant Amount: $29,000

for the project Development and Participative Validation of Technological Innovations that Improve the Strategies for Sustainable Management of Quinoa and Potato in the Bolivian Altiplano

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2010
Grant Amount: $792,500

for the project Innovative Approaches to Manage Insect Pest Risks in Changing Andes

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2009
Grant Amount: $50,000

for Sustainable Production of Quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa Wild), a Neglected Food Crop in the Andean Region. Partners: Alejandro Bonifacio (PROINPA), Roberto Valdivia Fernandez (CIRNMA).

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2006
Grant Amount: $800,000

The GAIA-Movement

Chatelaine

for a gardening, irrigation, and microfinance project for women in Zimbabwe

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2007
Grant Amount: $30,000

The Henry L. Stimson Center

Washington DC

to engage with civil society, international organizations, and governments to expand the policy space opened by the Lao government's agreement to suspend construction of the Xayaburi Dam

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2012
Grant Amount: $60,000

to support outreach activities related to mainstream dams on the Mekong River through the project, Mekong Water Resource Dialogue

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2011
Grant Amount: $60,000

The Law and Policy of Sustainable Development Research Center

Hanoi

for general operating support

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2014
Grant Amount: $52,000

The Learning Institute - People and Natural Resources

Phnom Penh

to support the Collaborative Management Learning Network in Cambodia, Vietnam, and Laos

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2011
Grant Amount: $270,000

to coordinate and access the Co-Management Learning Network initiative in Cambodia, Laos, and Vietnam

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2010
Grant Amount: $90,000

The Messenger Band

Phnom Penh

for general operating support

Program Area: International
Year Approved: 2010
Grant Amount: $75,000