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British High Commission Malta: International Programme Fund 2024 to 2025


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The British High Commission in Malta is inviting the submission of concept notes for projects under its International Programme Fund (IPF) for the financial year 2024 to 2025.

About the International Programme Fund (IPF) 2024 to 2025

The IPF is designed to support programme activity aligning with the UK government’s foreign policy objectives in Malta.

We are seeking innovative project proposals with concrete objectives and measurable policy outcomes. The project themes should be related to the following areas:

Promote the UK and our values

  1. Promote the rule of law, strengthen legal and judicial systems, share best practice.

  2. Reduce illegal migration and address issues related to migration.

  3. Promote freedom of the press and protect journalistic integrity.

  4. Equality and empowerment for women and girls.

Building economic, environment and climate partnerships

  1. Create opportunities for businesses in both the UK and Malta to collaborate and thrive.

  2. Protect the environment and help address climate change, including projects that reduce carbon emissions or increase the use of renewable energy.

We invite civil society organisations, academic institutions, non-profit organisations, and multilateral organisations to submit their concept notes. Applicants need to demonstrate that they have previously managed project funds effectively.

Funding for individual projects is expected to be between £5,000 and £10,000 (approximately 5,700 to 11,400 Euros). We will consider projects that deliver exceptional impact or value for money outside of this cost range.

Successful applicants will need to provide regular monitoring reports and a completion report at the end of the project.

Project activities should be completed by December 2025 to allow time for evaluation. We are not able to fund the purchase of equipment, advertising, academic courses, charitable activities, commercial activities, infrastructure, or construction.

How to apply

Concept notes should be a maximum of 250 words and written in English.

The high commission’s Programme Board will review submissions. Successful applicants will be asked to provide more detailed information for a full proposal and sign a legally-binding contract with the high commission.

If you have any questions or if you would like to request a meeting to discuss your proposal, email Joseph Portelli at VallettaBHC.ProjectManagementTeam@fcdo.gov.uk

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