BRITISH HIGH COMMISSION: MALTA’S BILATERAL PROGRAMME FUND 2021-2022

Key Information

  • Eligibility:
    • an organisation or agency  which is a legal entity, commercial company, registered non-governmental (NGO) or governmental organisation
    • must demonstrate proof of legal registration
    • previous experience in delivering and managing projects
    • preferably previous experience working with international agencies/organisations
    • the capacity to deliver at least 75% of the proposed project activity by mid-December 2021
  • Funding amount: up to €20,000
  • Type of funding: Programmatic
  • Target countries: Malta
  • Application language: English

The British High Commission in Malta (BHC) is currently accepting proposals for the Bilateral Programme Fund 2021-22 for innovative projects, with concrete objectives and measurable policy outcomes.

BHC is looking for projects that deliver real, measurable results in support of the priorities in these countries and are particularly interested in proposals aimed at the following objectives:
  • support delivery of ambitious environmental targets and plans ahead of COP26 and beyond, including technical support and capacity building to institutions, businesses and youth working on climate issues
  • support delivery transitions to clean growth in Malta’s economy
  • develop responsibility in government, society and business to take action on the impact of climate change on the environment and biodiversity
  • support media freedom, including strengthening of responsible journalism, fighting misinformation, and improving the enabling environment in which freedom of the press is protected and respected
  • promote the responsibility of society, business and government working together, including through Public-Private Partnerships (PPP) to prevent organised crime including such as international financial crime, Modern Slavery and Human Trafficking (MSHT) and Cyber Crime
  • support protection of victims of crime, including MSHT, domestic and gender-based violence, and exploitation.
  • support a robust and independent legal community by engaging with young lawyers with a focus on criminal law to share best practices, mentoring, and leadership development.

 

See here to learn more and apply.