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35 funds for Tanzania

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  • UK Aid Connect

    UK Aid Connect will support consortia to create innovative solutions to complex development challenges that deliver real change to poor people’s lives.

  • Amplify: collaborative challenge fund

    An open and agile challenge fund focusing on sourcing early stage ideas to tackle emerging development challenges.

  • Small Charities Challenge Fund (SCCF)

    A new challenge fund designed to strengthen grassroots development organisations working with the poor, vulnerable and most marginalised.

  • Human Development Innovation Fund of Tanzania

    Human Development Innovation Fund (HDIF) is a challenge fund providing grants for innovations in education, health, early childhood development and water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) across Tanzania.

  • Common Ground Initiative

    A demand led competitive fund open to UK based diaspora-led organisations creating sustainable changes to the poorest communities in Africa.

  • Girls' Education Challenge

    The Girls' Education Challenge (GEC) is helping up to a million of the world’s poorest girls improve their lives through education.

  • UK Aid Match

    Provides grants to UK based CSOs for poverty reduction projects in developing countries.

  • Technology Provider Window for Frontier Technology Livestreaming

    Frontier Technology Livestreaming is a 3 year programme designed to help DFID apply frontier technologies to development challenges.

  • UK Aid Direct

    UK Aid Direct supports small and medium sized civil society organisations, based in the UK and overseas, to achieve sustained poverty reduction and deliver the UK’s development priorities.

  • Regional Infrastructure Programme for Africa

    To improve the quality of electricity, transport, water and telecommunications infrastructure for households and businesses across Africa.

  • Foodtrade Eastern and Southern Africa Programme

    Aims to catalyse innovative private sector investment to improve and develop regional staple food markets.

  • Africa Agriculture Development Company

    Africa Agriculture Development Company (AgDevCo) invest debt and equity in African Agribusinesses to create jobs, improve food security and boost prosperity.

  • Logistics Innovation for Trade

    To develop and test new ideas that reduce the cost and time of transport and logistics in East Africa.

  • TradeMark East Africa Challenge Fund

    Aimed at boosting economic growth and regional trade in the East African Community (EAC) and the region’s trade with the rest of the world through innovative projects.

  • Behaviour change in low income households (Unilever partnership)

    The partnership will use market-based approaches to meet low-income household needs in developing countries around water, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) and energy.

  • LEGEND: piloting responsible land related investments

    This fund pilots actions to drive responsible land-based investments.

  • The Agri-Tech Catalyst

    Funding for collaborative projects, taking innovative ideas from any sector or discipline to tackle challenges in agriculture.

  • Global Innovation Fund

    GIF provides grants, loans and equity of between £30,000 to £10m for social innovations to transform the lives and opportunities of people living in poverty.

  • Global Poverty Action Fund

    A competitive challenge fund for small and medium UK and international Civil Society Organisations, focusing on poverty reduction.

  • The Investment Climate Facility for Africa

    Helps lower the cost of doing business in Africa and promote a better investment climate across the continent.

  • Community Led Infrastructure Finance Facility

    Working through long-term partnerships, CLIFF offers affordable finance for low-income housing and infrastructure projects in the Global South.

  • Africa Enterprise Challenge Fund

    AECF awards grants to private sector companies to support new and innovative business models in Africa.

  • Result-Based Financing for low carbon energy access

    Offers incentive payments, on the basis of results achieved, to businesses which deliver pre-specified outputs within the low-carbon off-grid energy sector.

  • Food Retail Industry Challenge Fund

    FRICH aimed to improve the lives of poor African farmers by supporting them to bring their produce to European markets and shoppers.

  • Business Call to Action

    Partnership opportunities for companies developing innovative business models that offer both commercial success and development impact.

  • Trade Advocacy Fund

    The Trade Advocacy Fund (TAF) supports developing countries engage more effectively in trade negotiations to help them reach agreements that better reflect their needs.

  • Programme Partnership Arrangements

    This fund is now closed.

  • Private Infrastructure Development Group

    Aims to encourage private infrastructure investment in developing countries that contributes to economic growth and poverty reduction.

  • Emerging Africa Infrastructure Fund

    EAIF is a public-private partnership providing long-term debt finance for construction and development of private infrastructure in sub-Saharan Africa.

  • The Energy and Environment Partnership programme with southern and East Africa

    The EEP supports projects that provide renewable energy and/or implement energy efficiency solutions in southern and East Africa.

  • Connecting Classrooms

    Supports partnerships between UK schools and schools in developing countries to build teachers’ skills and pupils’ understanding of global issues.

  • Disability Rights Fund

    Building community capacity to achieve the human rights of all persons with disabilities.

  • Governance and Transparency Fund

    The GTF was designed to help citizens hold their governments to account by strengthening the wide range of groups that can empower and support them.

  • Southern Africa Trust

    The Southern Africa Trust provides grants to civil society organisations representing the poor through policy development in the region.

  • Foundation for Civil Society: Tanzania

    The Foundation for Civil Society: Tanzania provides grants and other capacity-building support to civil society organisations in Tanzania.