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UNAOC Intercultural Innovation Award

United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC) and the BMW Group have teamed up and now accepting applications for “Intercultural Innovation Award”. Not-for-profit organizations managing projects focused on promoting intercultural dialogue, and who are willing to expand their range of action, are eligible for the award program. The aim of the scholarship is to select and support the most innovative grassroots projects that encourage…See More
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Evaluation opportunity: NIGER Food Grains Bank Canada External Evaluation. (Expired 22nd May 2017)

External Evaluation of Samaritan's Purse, Niger's Agriculture and Livelihoods Programming 2009 - 2016Organization: Canadian Foodgrains BankContact e-mail: cneudoerffer@foodgrainsbank.caWebsite: http://foodgrainsbank.caLocation: NigerPosting date: May 12, 2017Closing: May 22, 2017DetailsBackgroundFrom 2009 to 2016 Foodgrains Bank and Christian and Missionary Alliance (C&MA), funded local partner Samaritan’s Purse Niger,…See More
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