New ServicesInternational development funding finder launched

International development funding finder launched

An international development funding finder tool is now live on the GOV.UK website. It is a new way to help organisations such as charities and NGOs find suitable funds that they can apply for.

An international development funding finder tool is now live on the GOV.UK website. It is a new way to help organisations such as charities and NGOs find suitable funds that they can apply for.

The funding finder has a number of dropdown menus to help identify the most relevant funds. Citizens can search by sector, country, amount of money required and type of organisation.

The finder will produce a shortlist of funds that match your criteria. If visitors know the name of a fund, they can use the search box to find it.

The funding finder includes DFID-funded grants, funds or business support which relate to international development work. It replaces the former ‘funding opportunities’ page.

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