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South East Asia Prosperity Fund - call for bids now open

This world location news article was withdrawn on 15 January 2015

Update

The call for proposals is now closed.

This world location news article was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

The South East Asia Prosperity Fund is now open for project proposals, for funding in our financial year 2015/2016.

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. The Prosperity Fund works to tackle climate change, strengthen energy security and promote an open global economy in key emerging economies. The Fund offers targeted funding to create real, measurable outcomes which promote openness and sustainability, providing opportunities which will benefit and enhance the prosperity of South East Asia through UK funding and expertise.

Working closely with project implementers and the FCO’s network of overseas missions, the South East Asia Prosperity Fund supports 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.

Bidding to the South East Asia Prosperity Fund is open until 9th January 2015

Please see the detailed guidance on how to apply for project funding for financial year 2015/2016.

Please contact us at prosperity.fund@fco.gov.uk for any queries.

Read about our work: South East Asia Prosperity Fund blog