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The 2009-10 Human Rights Small Grants Scheme (HRSGS), AUSAID

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The 2009-10 Human Rights Small Grants Scheme (HRSGS) is now open for applications.
In 2009-10 the HRSGS has expanded its geographical focus to include all of Africa and Latin America, in addition to the Asia-Pacific, Caribbean and Middle East. For further details on eligible countries under the Scheme, refer to the List of Eligible Countries below.
Important Dates
Applications for the HRSGS must be submitted by 2 October 2009. Refer to the Applicant Guidelines below on how to submit an application. Successful applicants will be announced on Human Rights Day, 10 December 2009.
Documentation
Refer to the documentation below for further information on eligibility and details on how to apply.
See:

Moreinfo: http://www.ausaid.gov.au/business/other_opps/humanrights_scheme.cfm

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4 Comments

  1. I am Bekele Tesfaye, from Ethiopia. I have completed Bsc degree in agriculture by livestock production & range land management on July 05, 2008 from Haramaya University, Ethiopia. Currently, I am working as a researcher on apiculture in Sinana agricultural research center. I have big interest to develop my country through increasing production by improving apicultural production system. I believe that your institution able to help me by providing fund scholarship in realizing my dreams in areas of my profession. I am looking forward to hearing your response soon. Iam waiting for your kind respond .

    THANK YOU!
    With best regards

  2. Maboshe Memorial Centre (MMC) is a Charitable Advocacy Community Based Organization founded on 22nd November, 2007 and registered under section 9 and 15(1) Cap 389 of the Laws of Zambia, open to persons and organizations interested in addressing the legal, ethical and human rights of Poverty, HIV/AIDS, TB and Malaria among vulnerable youth, disabled, OVCs and older people in rural/remote communities of Western Province in Zambia.

    The Organization addresses issues of Human Right, HIV/AIDS, TB, MALARIA , extent poverty and unemployment among young women and men in Western Province, which are too high, half of the population is living in extent poverty, they are unable to meet their basic needs.

    We therefore wish to seek for small grants to address issues of HIV/AIDS and Human Rights among young women and men of Western Province of Zambia.

    Hope to hear from you.

    Yours Sincerely,

    Maboshe Patrick

    Focal Point Person

    Registered Charity # 155705

  3. DEAF MARCH

    It is hereby notified for the general information that Zambia Deaf Youth and Women and Maboshe Memorial Centre (MMC) will be having a Deaf March in LUSAKA.

    The Sponsored Deaf March in LUSAKA takes in a day ferry on the 11th August, 2010 at 10:00 hours to Lusaka Parliament.

    The main objectives of this to advocate for and to raise awareness on the full recognition of the rights and implementation of the Convention of the rights of persons with disabilities in Zambia.

    The Organization has undertaken to acknowledge and be responsible for the utilization of the donated funds and materials. During the past years, the organization identified that it members deaf people are ignored. Despite being equally vulnerable to HIV infection, they are not included in key HIV/AIDS, IGAs Empowerment, Human Rights and Education information Campaigns.

    Zambia has in place a disability Law, but that Law in many respects is inadequate. This is because it does not address a number of issues on disability such as, specific rights of deaf people, justice, health, employment and a number of other fundamental freedoms.

    The campaign will address issues of extent poverty, human rights, IGAs empowerments, education and unemployment among deaf young women and men in Zambia are too high, most of them are living in extent poverty, they are unable to meet their basic needs.

    Please make whatever donation you can no matter how large or small , as quickly as possible, to help cover costs of printing, T-shirts for organizers, a truck with a PA system to lead the Deaf March, and other expenses.

    We know you are all cash-strapped, but even the smallest contribution will be welcome! We are appealing for your Volunteering to help raise funds and material support for Deaf March; all donations will be strictly for Deaf March.

    No donation is too small, all donation will be acknowledged, whatever the amount, inform us of your participation visit our Partner Offices at Network for ARV Users in Chainama Hills Hospital or by email or call on Cell # + 260 979 997 382 or memorial061@hotmail.com , Zambia Deaf Youth and Women on email zambiadeafyw@zambia.co.zm or SMS on cell # +260 977 866 459

  4. Sir/Madam,
    We are submit in HRGSS form 20th October 2009. But great regret not reply still now. what is our project status.Kindly send me our project status. Kindly take decession as early as possible.

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