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The mission of PRH Cabinet is to mobilize both financial and technical resources to aid pan-African and local causes. Our www.funds4africa.org platform makes opportunities accessible to both Africa and Africans.

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Awards and Fellowships

  • Khwarizmi International Award

Khwarizmi International Award

Awards, Awards and Fellowships|

The award ceremony of the Khwarizmi International Award is the most spectacular ceremony in the I. Rep. of Iran and is regarded as the premier event for acknowledging commitment to Science and Technology. The award ceremony of the Khwarizmi International Award is currently scheduled to take place in Tehran, during February of each year.

  • International Prize for Water 2020

International Prize for Water 2020


Deadline December 31, 2019. The Prince Sultan Bin Abdulaziz International Prize for Water (PSIPW) is an international award focusing on water-related scientific innovation and judged by leading scientists from around the world. Five prizes are bestowed every two years.

  • Fulbright Awards in Teaching Program

Fulbright Awards in Teaching Program

Awards, Awards and Fellowships|

(Fulbright DAI) brings international primary and secondary teachers to the United States for a semester-long program to pursue individual or group projects, take courses for professional development at a U.S. host university, and observe and share their expertise with U.S. colleagues.

Partnership and Networking

  • Ethical Journalism Network Supporters

Ethical Journalism Network Supporters

Networking, Partnership and Networking|

The Ethical Journalism Network aims to strengthen the craft of journalism in Africa and to promote for the public benefit high ethical standards in African journalism, based on principles of truth and accuracy, independence, fairness and impartiality, humanity and accountability by the provision of education and training of journalists and the publication of useful research.

  • The Global Fund for Children

The Global Fund for Children

Networking, Partnership and Networking|

At The Global Fund for Children, we select our partners based on their demonstrated potential to produce sustainable improvement in the lives of vulnerable children and youth. We also look for organizations that can contribute to our growing grassroots network by serving as a resource or model for other organizations.

  • AfriLabs network

AfriLabs network

Networking, Partnership and Networking|

AfriLabs is a network organization of over 60 innovation centers across over 100 African cities. We do this to raise successful entrepreneurs that will create jobs and develop innovative solutions to African problem.


  • Global Innovation Fund

Global Innovation Fund


We support innovators at all stages of development. Through grants, loans , and equity investments ranging from $50,000 to $15 million, we back innovations with the potential for social impact at a large scale, whether they are new business models, policy practices, technologies, behavioural insights, or new ways of delivering products and services that benefit the poor in developing countries.

  • Orange Digital Ventures

Orange Digital Ventures


Orange Digital Ventures stands as an early-stage Corporate Fund to support unconventional and driven entrepreneurs around the world. We engage with compelling technology startups, creative spirits and visionary founders to help them achieve breakthrough innovation in the digital industry, accelerate their growth and successfully bring their products and services to the market.

  • Working with Young People with Disabilities

Working with Young People with Disabilities


As one of the largest and most diverse youth-led organisations in the world, the Commonwealth Youth Council (CYC) is committed to engaging, involving and advocating for young people within the Commonwealth. The CYC is the recognised voice of more than 1.2 billion young people within the Commonwealth.

Other opportunities

  • BRITISH COUNCIL New International Voices 2018

BRITISH COUNCIL New International Voices 2018

Other opportunities|

Due date January 26, 2018. The British Council, LIFT and Battersea Arts Centre have an opportunity for two West African artists currently living and working in Ghana, Nigeria, Senegal or Sierra Leone to join the New International Voices residency programme in London from 11-24 June, part of LIFT 2018.

  • The Africa Biosciences Challenge Fund

The Africa Biosciences Challenge Fund

Other opportunities|

Due date June 30, 2018.The purpose of the ABCF fellowship program is to develop capacity for agricultural biosciences research in Africa, to support research for development projects that ultimately contribute towards increasing food and nutritional security and/or food safety in Africa, and to facilitate access to the BecA-ILRI Hub facilities by African researchers (and their partners).

  • Benjamin Franklin Medals

Benjamin Franklin Medals

Other opportunities|

The Franklin Institute invites you to nominate candidates for the Benjamin Franklin Medals. From its inception, The Franklin Institute has used awards and prizes to recognize and promote excellence in science, technology, and industry.


  • Growthpoint’s Grant Program

Growthpoint’s Grant Program

Calls for proposals, International|

SOUTH AFRICA. We support Corporate Social Investment (CSI) programmes that promote skills development and empowerment, rather than dependency. Acknowledged as being at the forefront of sustainability and as leaders in our field, we aim to impact the lives of the previously disadvantaged and marginalised groups by creating opportunities for them to thrive, through education and skills development

  • Disney Conservation Fund

Disney Conservation Fund

Calls for proposals, International|

The Disney Conservation Fund supports programs and projects around the world, with programs in 115 different countries receiving support thus far. The fund also seeks to support projects taking place in areas where Disney has a significant business focus, including the regions below:

  • Internet Freedom Fund

Internet Freedom Fund

Calls for proposals, International|

OTF strives to uphold and increase capacity for individuals, organizations, and companies who support technology-centered efforts that aim to strengthen internet freedom and promote human rights by circumventing repressive censorship and surveillance, improving related digital security capabilities, and contributing to the overall health of the internet.

Africa - sub-region

  • Mobility Grants under the BioFISA II Programme

Mobility Grants under the BioFISA II Programme

Africa - sub-region, Calls for proposals|

Due date December 1, 2018.The Southern African Network for Biosciences is a NEPAD Agency Flagship for collaborative research and development, and an innovation platform aimed to address Southern Africa's challenges in health and nutrition.

  • Countering Violent Extremism WEST AFRICA

Countering Violent Extremism WEST AFRICA

Africa - sub-region, Calls for proposals|

Deadline December 7, 2018. The United States Agency for International Development (USAID)/West Africa Regional Peace and Governance Office (RPGO) seeks to award up to four (4) Cooperative Agreements to research and pilot Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) approaches in West Africa under this Annual Program Statement (APS).

  • Mennonite Economic Development Associates

Mennonite Economic Development Associates

Africa - sub-region, Calls for proposals|

Due date October 6, 2017. The INNOVATE Call for Proposals (the Call) seeks applications from eligible organizations, companies and institutions (i) to pilot a Non-Traditional Finance (NTF) product/service focused on rapid testing and learning OR (ii) to document through a case study an ongoing or completed initiative related to NTF.

National - Local

  • VOICE TANZANIA Sudden Opportunity Grant

VOICE TANZANIA Sudden Opportunity Grant

Calls for proposals, National - Local|

Deadline December 31, 2018. Through this Sudden Opportunity grant, Voice in Tanzania is calling on Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) to undertake collective action to address specific anticipated threats to marginalised and discriminated groups in Tanzania

  • Embassy of Japan in Uganda Grant Assistance

Embassy of Japan in Uganda Grant Assistance

Calls for proposals, National - Local|

GGP funds are provided to the recipient organization after examination and evaluation of each application on an annual project-by-project basis. The grant amount per project is generally under 10 million yen (Approximately US$100,000 depending on exchange rates).

  • Fondation Telema Congo - Demande de subvention

Telema Congo Foundation

Calls for proposals, National - Local|

The eligible project sponsors to finance the foundation Telema Congo face of an association, organization or Congolese institution be established in the Democratic Republic of Congo and justify a legal existence.