Rwanda Green Fund avails funding for civil society organisations
The Fund will avail a maximum funding of US $200,000 for each project
The formal call for proposals is open for submissions from 1 Nov 2019 to 2 Dec 2019.
- Research, Development and Technology Transfer and Implementation
- Environment and Climate Change Mainstreaming
- Conservation and Sustainable Management of Natural Resources
- Biomass replacement
- Waste management
- Green technologies in key priority sectors such as infrastructure and housing, agriculture, health and water resource management
PPDs will be screened by the Fund Management Team against eligibility criteria.
PPD Eligibility Criteria
- Results based, aligns with thematic windows/entry points and FONERWA M&E framework
- Benefits sustained beyond lifetime of project activities
- Demonstrates value for money
- Involves ongoing stakeholder consultation
- Promotes strategic national/international environment/climate objectives
- Conforms with existing legislation and anti-corruption provisions
Screened PPDs are then categorized as green, High Amber, Amber and Red based on their quality in meeting the eligibility criteria.
PPDs that are considered high quality proposals (green) are subjected to quality assurance, a process that determines which green PPDs proceed to the next step of developing full project proposals.
Full proposals will undergo a technical appraisal by the Fund Management Team. The team will assess each PD according to four overall technical appraisal criteria, each with detailed sub-criteria, and assign a priority ranking for submission to the FONERWA Technical Committee.
Technical Appraisal Criteria
- Capacity to leverage additional resources
Project Profile Document preparation
Learn how to develop Project Profile Document (PPD) known as project concept note through the PPD Online Course.
- The fund's Project Profile Document (PPD) course is designed to support applicants with information on the first phase of submitting a proposal to the fund.
- Download the Project Profile Document development materials. The objective of the materials is to provide guidance on PPD development. The materials include Project Profile Document (PPD) Template, PPD worked example, and Fund Monitoring and Evaluation Results Matrix. Any PPD must align with the Fund’s results matrix. The offline PPD template is intended to help applicants to develop their project concept.
Project Profile Document submission
- PPD forms are submitted on-line through FONERWA website during the public call for proposal. The fund does not receive hard-copy versions of Project Document Profiles and soft copies submitted through e-mail.
- The First-time applicant is required to create the account through the website.
- The website allows an existing applicant to use their login information for submission.