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Call for Bids – British Embassy Bangkok Bilateral Programme Budget

The FCO’s Bilateral Programme Budgets (BPB) fund small scale projects in support of British Embassy objectives. Bidding in Thailand is now open.

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The Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO)

The British Embassy Bangkok is seeking to fund projects in Thailand this financial year in relation to:

  • Conflict reduction in the Deep South
  • Promoting a stable social and political environment
  • Greater acceptance of freedom of expression
  • Raising awareness of road safety issues
  • Promoting the benefits of free trade and
  • Development of education, R&D and infrastructure sectors to prepare for ASEAN Economic Community 2015

Funding for projects usually ranges from between £5,000-£15,000. Projects can only run for a maximum of one financial year (i.e. from April 2013 to March 2014). Co-funded projects are welcome. Project implementers may be non-governmental and international organisations, other civil society groups as well as governmental agencies in Thailand.

If you are interested in submitting a proposal, please complete the attached bidding form and email it to Orathai.Sanithvong2@fco.gov.uk by 26 July.

Further guidance and views on project concepts can also be sought before the deadline.

Strategic & Bilateral Programme Fund – Guidance Document (Projects worth under £5,000)

Strategic & Bilateral Programme Fund – Guidance Document (Projects worth under £10,000)

Strategic & Bilateral Programme Fund – Guidance Document (Projects worth over £10,000)

Further information

Follow British Ambassador Mark Kent on twitter @KentBKK

Follow the British Embassy Bangkok on twitter @UKinThailand

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Published 28 June 2013