How to apply for DFID's funding guarantee for organisations currently in receipt of EU funding, and a collection of the government’s guidance for UK organisations working in international aid and development.
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Get ready for Brexit on 31 October 2019. This page tells you what to do if there’s a no-deal Brexit. It will be updated if anything changes, including if a deal is agreed.
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UK aid suppliers and international development organisations - how to prepare for Brexit
All organisations need to take action to prepare for Brexit, even if you do not receive EU funding
This is a collection of the government’s guidance for UK organisations working in international aid and development; including:
- civil society organisations
- non-governmental organisations
- DFID suppliers and businesses
Full guidance for businesses and citizens can be found at GOV.UK/Brexit
You can speak to someone face to face by registering for one of the government’s Brexit Business Readiness Events.
Action is required if you receive funding from the EU to deliver aid.
All UK aid organisations in receipt of EU funds to run development programmes need to read this notice and, where relevant, should apply for DFID’s guarantee.
This sets out the government’s offer to UK organisations currently funded by the EU if there is no Brexit deal.
There are also other important things your organisation needs to do
These key areas may be relevant to your organisation.
If you receive EU or UK government funding:
[the government’s guarantee for EU-funded programmes if there’s no Brexit deal] (/government/admin/publications/984926)
Advice for businesses operating after Brexit:
Advice on employing EU Citizens:
Advice on public sector procurement:
If you import or export; or if you need to know about trade tariffs:
If you handle data: