Call For Proposal 2015/2016 - Toyota Foundation: International Grant Program

Posted by Shofi Fida Monday, April 13, 2015 0 comments
Closing Date: June 12, 2015.

This is the third year of our pilot program, which supports projects whose focus are on reviewing current challenges and issues shared among (Japan and other) Asian countries, and proposing policy recommendations. The primary focus of the program is on countries and areas in East and Southeast Asia. In 2015, the program provides grant for projects to conduct mutual field visits and exchanges of local practitioners and other stakeholders, and for them to together develop policy recommendations and other outputs. Through this program, we aim to build a new form of partnership among countries/areas in Asia, based on empathy shared among peers who face common challenges, instead of conventional ones such as donor / recipient relationships.

Grant amount (maximum per project)
Project focusing in two target countries/areas: 5 million yen
Project focusing in three or more target countries/areas: 7 million yen

Project Duration: One year (start form 1 November 2015 – 31 October 2016)

Thematic Areas:
a)    Aging society: Key players for sustainable aging communities
b)   Multicultural society: International migration and diversified communities

The applicants (the representative and the members) must be:
  a)      Experienced in the thematic areas concerning the target countries/areas
  b)    With available human networks of various stakeholders (practitioners, researchers, policy makers,   local communities) in the thematic areas concerning the target countries
  c)     Experienced in impacting the stakeholders
  d)    With strong management and communication skills

Target Countries:
§    East Asia: China, Hong Kong, Macau, Taiwan, South Korea, Mongolia, Japan

§ Southeast Asia: Brunei, Cambodia, Indonesia, Laos, Malaysia, Myanmar, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand, Timor Leste, Vietnam

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