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3i2 Grants - 2

Funds for NGOs Last date 27 Sept 2016

Activities: Others

Looking for suitable partners for applying to this grant window?
 
Several organisations have contacted 3ie showing interest in applying for grants under the Promoting Latrine Use in Rural India Thematic Window. In response to this feedback, 3ie has created a matchmaking page to facilitate partnerships between organisations who are looking for suitable partners. If you are interested in having your organisation listed on this page, please email us at tw14@3ieimpact.org with the subject line 'Matchmaking TW14'. Deadline: 15 September 2016

For more information, visit the matchmaking page.
 
If you have queries related to this RFQ, please read the Frequently Asked Questions document. Any other questions can be sent to tw14@3ieimpact.org with the subject line ‘TW14 RFQ query’ by 18:00 IST, 30 August 2016.

By 6 September 2016, a single document with all questions and answers will be made publicly available on this webpage. 
 
About 3ie’s Promoting Latrine Use in Rural India Thematic Window
Open defecation (OD) is a widespread and persistent health challenge in India. According to the World Health Organisation and UNICEF (2015), almost 60 per cent of the global population that practises OD is located in India. In rural India, 90 per cent of households do not own a latrine, and 61 per cent of individuals defecate in the open. The health consequences of OD are long lasting and life threatening.  As per the World Bank (2006), OD’s economic consequences are estimated to be around US$53.8 billion or about 6.4 per cent of GDP.

Even though latrine use has widely been cited in the mass media as a key factor for reducing OD, very few quantitative studies have focused on latrine use as a primary or secondary outcome. To address this knowledge gap in research, 3ie’s Promoting Latrine Use in Rural India Thematic Window will investigate multidimensional supply and demand factors influencing latrine use.

The Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation has provided funding support for this thematic window.
 
For full details visit:
 
http://www.3ieimpact.org/en/funding/thematic-window/promoting-latrine-use-rural-india-thematic-window/

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