Call for Proposals for the 2021 Cluster Grant Program

CityNet Secretariat is encouraging cluster leads, co-leads, or members to submit and implement activities through the Cluster Grant Program.

Three (3) proposals will be granted up to 5,000 USD each for a maximum period of six months. Due to pandemic, we highly encourage our members to conduct their activities online. Project applications must consider their existing national guidelines on COVID-19 prevention measures when implementing face-to-face activities.

It is strongly encouraged that your proposal includes collaborative activities with other cluster members and National Chapter members, when applicable. The Cluster Grant is an enabling fund that supports your current programs and initiatives through sustainable city-to-city exchanges and knowledge sharing among cluster members and CityNet partners.

The deadline for the submission is on March 15, 2021, Monday. Please email the complete proposal at programs2@citynet-ap.org.

For more inquiries, you may email programs2@citynet-ap.org.

Please find all relevant application forms and guidelines below.

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