Though TPP makes grants all over the world, we are particularly deeply rooted in the East African nations of Kenya and Uganda.
Accordingly, and in partnership with a leadership team comprised of local change-makers who are Pollination Project grantees themselves, we have developed specific grantmaking programs and processes for grants made in Kenya and Uganda.
Beginning in 2015, The Pollination Project recognized that in order to best serve grantees in these countries we needed to partner with local changemakers who were best positioned to ensure our grants are appropriate, impactful, and that we are approaching our work in a way that supports and serves dreamers and doers in Kenya and Uganda.
For 2019, we are entering a new stage of our programming: our leadership team members will be intensively focused on making grants to early stage changemakers who will benefit from mentoring and support in order to develop their skills as leaders and make a real impact in their communities.
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Applications for projects in Kenya and Uganda will be open until April 15th 2019.
Before applying for a grant or loan, please read the following guidelines: https://thepollinationproject.org/funding-guidelines-for-grants/