British Embassy Manila: Call for bids to the Prosperity Fund for 2015-16
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The British Embassy is inviting organisations to consider submitting project proposals to the Prosperity Programme Fund.
The British Embassy Manila invites interested parties to submit bids to the Prosperity Programme Fund. Deadline for submission of concept bids is on 12 December 2014.
UPDATE: 12 December 2014. The invitation to work with the British Embassy Manila on the Prosperity Programme Fund is now closed. However, submissions to the Prosperity Programme Fund remains open until the 9 January 2014. See this page for further detail.
What is the Prosperity Programme Fund?
The South East Asia Prosperity Fund is the UK Foreign & Commonwealth Office’s (FCO) technical cooperation programme that aims to create the conditions for global growth. Working closely with project implementers and FCO’s network of overseas missions, the Prosperity Fund has supported projects in its main markets of Indonesia, Malaysia, Burma, Thailand, Vietnam & the Philippines - providing technical assistance, building capacity, encouraging stakeholder discussions and sharing the UK experience.
Prosperity Fund Strategy and Guidance for the Philippines FY 2015-16 (PDF, 363KB, 5 pages)
How to apply?
Please read carefully the prosperity programme strategy before submitting your bid.
Published: 20 November 2014
Updated: 15 December 2014
- Update: 12 December 2014. The invitation to work with the British Embassy Manila on the Prosperity Programme Fund is now closed. However, submissions to the Prosperity Programme Fund remains open until the 9 January 2014. See https://www.gov.uk/government/world-location-news/south-east-asia-prosperity-fund-call-for-bids-now-open for further detail.
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