Japan’s Grant Assistance for Grass-Roots Human Security Projects (GGP) in the Islamic Republic of Iran
The Government of Japan invites entities from NGOs and Local Governments to apply for the Grant Assistance for Grass-Roots Human Security Projects (GGP) Program.
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GGP is a flexible and timely funding scheme, which supports grass-roots level socio-economic development projects initiated by civil society organizations addressing people’s Basic Human Needs (BHNs).
Reflecting the Japanese Government’s strong commitment to uphold the concept of “Human Security”, GGP program intends to contribute to improvement of various fields such as health, education, skill training, and social welfare sectors.
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The GGP mainly targets areas that aim to improve BHNs provision, such as the projects that are highly beneficial at the grass-roots level and those that require timely support on humanitarian grounds. Typical projects include tangible items such as construction/renovation of or introduction of equipment to primary schools, medical clinics, and social welfare facilities for people with disabilities, street children and the elderly, gender issues, elimination of violence against women, women’s empowerment, education for girls, excavation of water wells, vocational training, as well as improvement of fundamental medical equipment for hospitals to support vulnerable people such as refugees.
The maximum amount of the Grant is less than 10 million yen per project.
Projects are implemented for up to one year from the conclusion date of the Grant contract.
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The GGP’s targets are local/national/international NGOs, local governmental and public organizations including hospitals, medical institutions, educational institutions such as primary and junior high schools, government-related institutions, international organizations, and also nonprofit organizations, which implement development projects at grass-roots level.
Note: Individuals and for-profit organizations are not eligible for the GGP scheme.
For more information, visit https://www.ir.emb-japan.go.jp/itpr_ja/GGP_2020.html#:~:text=GGP%20is%20a%20flexible%20and,B