Incentive Fund offering PNG grants

INCENTIVE Fund will be holding a briefing breakfast this month to gauge qualifiers for its grants program.

  • Staff Reporter
  • 10 March 2017
  • 06:08
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Incentive Fund offering PNG grants Jeremy Syme

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Incentive Fund team leader Jeremy Syme will address the breakfast, which takes place from 7am to 9am, on March 16 at the Royal Papua Yacht Club.
 
Incentive Fund is an Australian government-funded program offering grants to high-performing PNG organisations of between K1 million and K10 million.
 
Since 2000, 59 projects valued at almost K370 million were funded in 17 of PNG's 22 provinces.
 
"Now in Phase 4, Incentive Fund is awarding grants, through a competitive process, for projects that aim to provide better services to the people of PNG or support the country's economic development," the fund said.
 
Incentive Fund is especially encouraging applications from PNG organisations with projects that:
 
• Involve agriculture and rural development
• Partner with private sector or civil society organisations
• Benefit provincial PNG 
• Feature innovative ideas.
 
"Grant allocation for Phase 4 has already begun. Find out more about the program and your organisation's eligibility at the breakfast hosted by the Port Moresby Chamber of Commerce or  at www.incentivefund.org
 
Syme is an experienced adviser in health and governance with more than 20 years of experience in international development, most of which has been in PNG.
 
The breakfast will cost K90 for POMCCI member and K100 for non-members. Bookings are essential and should be addressed to Evelyn at frontdesk@pomcci.com
 
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