Call for applicants for the Japan Water Forum Fund 2010
The Japan Water Forum(JWF) is pleased to invite grass-roots organizations in developing countries to apply for the Japan Water Forum Fund 2010. We are looking forward to receiving your applications.
What kind of grass-roots activities can be awarded the grants?
"Grass-roots activities" are activities planned and faithfully implemented by grass-roots organizations to bring about an appreciable improvement upon the current water and sanitation issues. These activities include various activities such as: - Introduction of rainwater-harvesting tanks, ponds, digging wells;
- Development of small scale water supply systems;
- Building new toilets and upgrading existing sanitation facilities;
- Prevention of water-related disasters;
- Establishment and encouragement of water-efficient irrigation;
- Solving gender issues;
- Aquatic environment restoration activities.
*It is highly suggested that proposed activities include capacity-building/ awareness-raising programs.
*If your activity is only capacity-building/ awareness-raising program, it may not be selected.
The Application form and Guidelines for the JWF Fund 2010 are available at:
»Application form (Word 128KB)
»Guidelines (PDF 78KB)
*Please read carefully Guidelines for the JWF Fund 2010 before you submit the application.
*Please note that the application form and Guidelines have been changed from previous years.
Please submit a duly filled application form to the Japan Water Forum through e-mail by July 31, 2010.
*Please note that the form must be filled in English. Other languages are not accepted.
*Please note that any applications submitted after the due date are not accepted.
For more information, please feel free to contact the Japan Water Forum at firstname.lastname@example.org