Call for Cluster Projects Proposals 2020

CityNet Secretariat is encouraging its members to submit project proposals for the 2020 Cluster Grant Program.

The 2020 Cluster Grant Program is an enabling program support fund for CityNet cluster members to kick-off, enhance, sustain, or scale-up the impact of their international city to city cooperation activities. For this year, we will select two (2) proposals to be granted up to a maximum of 10,000 USD to be implemented within a maximum of eight months (April-November 2020).

It is required that your proposal includes joint regional activities with your cluster leads, co-leads, and other members.  Should you be further interested, we encourage you to contact your cluster leads or co-leads to further ensure the quality of your proposal.

Please see attached the guideline and the proposal format. Deadline for the submission is on February 24, 2020. Email the complete proposal at programs2@citynet-ap.org. Late submission and/or incomplete requirements will not be considered.

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