Deadline 22 February 2017
Under the new call, single applications and joint proposals are invited from requesting organisation(s) in the NFP countries together with Dutch training providers.
Single applications – if selected – will be followed up by a tender procedure in the Netherlands to find a Dutch training provider. The maximum budget is €200,000.
Joint proposals – if selected – qualify immediately for a grant. The maximum budget in that case is €75,000. Any queries concerning this request are welcome at [email protected]
Co-funding is not required; however, it will increase the chance of selection.
The Netherlands Fellowship Programme (NFP) promotes capacity building by providing training and education for professionals. The NFP was initiated and is fully funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs under the budget for development cooperation.
EP-Nuffic is responsible for the management of the NFP. The Tailor-Made Training programme (TMT) is one of the modalities of the NFP. A tailor-made training course is designed to meet specific needs of a requesting organisation.
Embassy’s policy and priorities
The embassy will review applications and recommend them to EP-Nuffic in line with its policy and priorities, which are focused on the following sectors:
- Women’s (economic) empowerment
- Sexual and reproductive health rights
- Food processing
- Trade promotion
- Water management
- Human rights
Interested individuals and organisations are invited to participate in the TMT programme.
How to submit?
Applications have to be submitted to the embassy at [email protected]
its deadline is 22 February 2017.
The budget for the TMT programme is limited and a limited number of applications can be subsidised. EP-Nuffic is responsible for the assessment and selection, taking into account the embassy’s recommendations.