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Funding for small projects
The Embassy of Switzerland in Indonesia supports small-scale initiatives by local non-profit organizations and foundations that are active in Indonesia and Timor-Leste, promoting human rights and development.
Grant sum: min. 15 kCHF (approx. 260 mio IDR)
Project duration: up to 8 months
Eligible partners: all non-profit civil society organizations in Indonesia or Timor-Leste
Goals and objectives
The Embassy of Switzerland in Indonesia provides financial support to selected small-scale initiatives by local non-profit organizations and foundations promoting human rights and development in Indonesia and Timor-Leste. Projects aligning with the thematic focus areas of the South East Asia Strategy 2023-2026 and/or the human rights priorities outlined in the Guidelines on Human Rights 2021-2024 will be considered for support. These areas include:
- Protection of Minorities and Vulnerable Groups: Projects benefiting women and disadvantaged groups (e.g., persons with disabilities, linguistic, religious, and ethnic minorities, migrants, forcibly displaced persons, and children) are encouraged to apply.
- Freedom of Expression: Support for the protection and recognition of human rights defenders, media workers, the press, as well as the realization of human rights through peaceful protests and freedom of expression in the digital space. Promote democracy.
- Abolition of the Death Penalty: Support organizations and actors working to abolish the death penalty.
- Prevention of Torture and Ill-Treatment: Strengthen civil-society actors working to ensure compliance with the ban on torture and support the monitoring of places of detention.
- The call is open to all non-profit civil society organizations in Indonesia or Timor-Leste.
- Please note that the following projects cannot be supported:
- Projects from profit-oriented organizations (e.g., international organizations and government institutions).
- Projects with religious purposes (although the applying organization or group may have a religious background).
- Projects solely consisting of material supply.
- Projects benefiting selected individuals, scholarships or study visits to Switzerland, advisory missions of foreign experts, as well as simple collections, donations, and sponsorships by individuals.
- The same organization cannot be repeatedly supported.
|16 October 2023
|30 November 2023
|Funding decision and signature of contracts
|Earliest Project Start
|Latest Project Start
|Early February 2024
|Latest Project End
|31 October 2024
|Final Reports Submission
|30 November 2024
|Final Reports Review
The application must be submitted online with the following attachments:
- Completed budget proposal.
- Latest annual report.
- Scanned copy of registration and audit reports (compiled into a single PDF form).
Incomplete applications will not be considered.