Wednesday, July 25, 2007
CALL FOR PROPOSALS: Systematization of traditionally excluded groups’ participation experiences in new non-farming rural markets
The Chorlaví Group convenes public and private organizations and civil society institutions interested in the rural problems of Latin America, to participate in the 2007 Projects Contest. The subject of the contest is: “Systematization of traditionally excluded groups’ participation experiences in new non-farming rural markets: Social services provision such as entertainment, sports, traditional education and health, transport, restoration, training, among others, small industry, handicrafts and rural tourism.”
In this contest, the Fund will allocate an estimated sum of US$175,000 which will be distributed between 10 and 12 projects. Go to http://www.grupochorlavi.org/ or write to email@example.com for further information.
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