IKI Small Grants projects are active in:
– Mitigating greenhouse gas emissions
– Adapting to the impacts of climate change
– Conserving natural carbon sinks / REDD+
– Conserving biological diversity
On 4/5 April 2023, our IKI Small Grants projects in Tanzania successfully networked and celebrated together with GIZ Tanzania and the German Embassy in Dar-es-Salaam. Read the news here.
IKI Small Grants aims to strengthen the implementing organisations themselves. They benefit from support for capacity development to expand their implementation capacities in the long term.
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IKI Small Grants supports projects and organisations worldwide that tackle climate change, address local adaptation, and conserve forests and biodiversity. Get to know the programme, learn about funding opportunities, and get inspired by good approaches from IKI Small Grants projects.
On 4/5 April 2023, IKI Small Grants officially launched three projects in Dar-es-Salaam. Their activities will contribute to the efforts of addressing biodiversity loss and climate change in Tanzania. The funding of the three projects amounts to 457,664 euros equivalent to 1.1 billion Tanzanian shillings. The launching event was officiated by the Head of Cooperation […]
Six hundred and eleven – that is the enormous number of applications submitted for the fourth International IKI Small Grants Call for Proposals!
The importance of giving ownership to local organisations and projects.