Programme Partnership Arrangements
- Department for International Development
- Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Burma, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Ethiopia Ghana, India, Kenya, Kyrgyzstan, Liberia, Malawi, Mozambique, Nepal, Nigeria, The Occupied Palestinian Territories, Pakistan, Rwanda, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, Sudan, South Sudan, Tajikistan, Tanzania, Uganda, Yemen, Zambia, and Zimbabwe
- Climate change, Disabilities, Education, Empowerment and accountability, Girls and women Health, Humanitarian emergencies/disasters, Livelihoods, Peace and access to justice, Private sector/business, and Water and sanitation
- Eligible organisations:
- Non-governmental organisations (NGOs)
- Value of funding:
- More than £1,000,000
This fund is now closed.
Programme Partnership Arrangements are one of DFID’s main support mechanisms for civil society organisations. They achieve real results in terms of poverty reduction and provide good value for money. They support citizens to improve their lives, delivering services to specific groups of poor people and holding governments and others to account.
How to apply
PPAs are closed for new applications.
Background information on the fund
Organisations were selected for funding in 2010 and funding was extended in 2014 for two years. See the full list of organisations
Enquiries about PPAs
The Civil Society Department (CSD) is responsible for PPAs.
Contact - Caroline Hoy
Telephone: 01355 84 3564
Countries: Afghanistan Bangladesh Burma Democratic Republic of the Congo Ethiopia Ghana India Kenya Kyrgyzstan Liberia Malawi Mozambique Nepal Nigeria The Occupied Palestinian Territories Pakistan Rwanda Sierra Leone Somalia South Africa Sudan South Sudan Tajikistan Tanzania Uganda Yemen Zambia Zimbabwe
Sector: Climate change Disabilities Education Empowerment and accountability Girls and women Health Humanitarian emergencies/disasters Livelihoods Peace and access to justice Private sector/business Water and sanitation
Eligible organisations: Non-governmental organisations (NGOs)
Value of funding: More than £1,000,000