Building vibrant and tolerant democracies
Applications should be completed using the following methods:
1. The Cover letter: This letter may be brief, and must include:
2. Executive Summary: The executive summary should also be very brief, covering not more than 2 pages. It should include the following:
3. Grant Proposal: The proposal should be clear and concise and cover the following elements:
The relevant grant unit will e-mail you once a decision has been made. It is very important that you tell us about any changes to your contact details, including changes to your e-mail address. Please email any changes to: email@example.com
An anchor grantee is an institutional partner, with whom OSISA has a high degree of shared values. It is an organisation that has strong capacity, and plays a unique role in the region.
Capacity-building grants can be awarded to individual organisations that seek to work with a large cross section of a community, but the strong preference is that they be awarded to groups, networks or alliances of NGOs, or to institutions of higher education.
An application cannot no longer be edited once submitted. If any information needs to be added or changed, contact us.
You may save a partially completed application and finish it later. To do so, you will need to re-enter the online portal with the e-mail address and password used to create the application. When you log back in, you will see a list of applications associated with your organization. Click on the application you would like to continue with. Luc please advise if this is correct.
OSISA grantees are expected to indicate the impact of their work through:
This includes submission of progress and financial reports, and participation in activities to disseminate work sponsored by OSISA. Specific reporting deadlines and additional responsibilities will be included in the contract letter that accompanies all grant awards.