Applying for JPF Funding
We had a tremendous response to our Call for Concept Notes, which ran from November 2016 to April 2017, and under which we received a wide range of project proposals across all of our three programme areas: direct peace process support, peace building; and research and innovation. The projects we have selected from this call are forming the basis of our broad funding portfolio which we are in the process of rolling out.
The closure of this call means we are no longer actively seeking further project ideas. In the future we anticipate that we will issue targeted calls for projects that seek to meet specific needs within the peace process and/or the broader needs of long term peace building within Myanmar, in line with our strategic aims and those of our core stakeholders.
As a Fund set up to support the ongoing needs of an evolving process, we are, however, able to still consider urgent project proposals, as well as other project proposals on a case by case basis, should they fall into our current strategic priorities. If you have a query, please email us: email@example.com
Submitting an urgent project proposal
Stage 1 of an application for JPF funding requires submitting a concept note. You do this by filling in the concept note template, downloadable from the link below. Project criteria, grant information, and other details are provided in the Guidance Notes.
To apply for JPF funding download both the concept note guidance and template. Please read the guidance before filling in the template.