Funding
In this new section you can find announcements for funding opportunities available from various funding organisations around the world. SuSanA itself has no funds to support  projects. SuSanA is merely an information provider for these announcements. For more information on any of the specific announcements kindly contact the organisations directly.


Call for research: IRC announces two research calls on sanitation, deadline 22 August 2012

The announcement of funding opportunities for research on low-cost sanitation technologies for areas with high groundwater tables and faecal sludge secondary treatment options was published yesterday by the Sanitation Updates, maintained by the IRC International Water and Sanitation Centre and by USAID WASHplus project. Deadline for submission of full proposal application forms: 22 August 2012.

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Open scholarship: MENA Scholarship Programme for training of trainers on wetland management 2012

We would like to inform you about the MENA scholarship programme – 2012 with regard to the international training of trainers on wetland management. The course is focussing on the facilitation of multi-stakeholder processes and curriculum development and is endorsed by the Ramsar Secretariat.

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Open funding: European Commission calls for sanitation and hygiene proposals
EuropeAid is calling for proposals to be funded under its Promotion of the Millennium Development goals: Sanitation in poor peri-urban and urban areas in ACP countries programme.
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Closed funding: Plan Malawi seeks sub-grantees for Global Sanitation Fund work
Plan Malawi, the Executing Agency for WSSCC's Global Sanitation Fund (GSF) in Malawi, is now inviting suitably qualified firms and organisations to express interest in the role of Sub Grantee (SG) for the GSF grant programme in the country.
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Closed funding: Gates Foundation offers grants for innovative sanitation technologies
US$ 100,000 grants are available for innovative non-networked sanitation technologies for the urban poor. “Create the Next Generation of Sanitation Technologies” is one of topics in Round 7 of Grand Challenges Explorations, a US$ 100 million grant initiative of the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation. Proposals are being accepted through May 19, 2011 at 11:30 a.m. Pacific Time.
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