In this role, you will work with 6 cities in Rwanda, Ethiopia, and South Africa to recommend and develop finance and funding strategies for urban water resilience projects in those geographic contexts. You will work closely with the Project Lead and city stakeholders to identify priority projects in each city and conduct the needed research to identify investment opportunities and financing strategies for 1-2 priority urban water initiatives in each city.
SOS African Wildlife Rapid Action Grants
NEW: Rapid Action Grants are now also available for projects responding to threats linked to the COVID-19 crisis and its consequences. Applications from projects in South Africa and Madagascar are now also eligible.
As a part of our SOS African Wildlife initiative, we are inviting proposals for Rapid Action Grants targeting terrestrial or freshwater threatened species in continental Sub-Saharan Africa and Madagascar.
They are designed to enable immediate responses to new and emerging threats. Rapid Action Grants are now also open to projects responding to threats linked to COVID-19 crisis and its consequences.
Maximum grant size for the Rapid Action Grant is EUR 100,000 with no matching funds required. The maximum duration of the project should be 12 months.
This is an open-ended call. Please click on the links on the right handside to access the Detailed Instructions for Applicants and the Application Templates.