Great response to MCA-Honduras invitation to submit project profiles

Tegucigalpa.- With the reception of 110 project profiles submitted by more than 74 governmental and non-governmental organizations, MCA-Honduras has initiated the pre-selection process of potential grantees participating in the Public Good Grants Facility.  

Through this activity, MCA-Honduras will be allocating more than 150 million lempiras at a national level, in order to support several innovative agricultural projects.

 Through these grants, the program will be financing community-based and general social projects, in an effort to improve productivity, as well as to expand and accelerate agricultural development based on the market and particularly referred to high-value horticultural products.

 
Fredi Arias and Alberto Alvarado with some of the projects submitted to participate in the contest. .

Depending on the amount of allocated resources, MCA-Honduras is contemplating to hold at least two competing rounds annually.  The projects being pre-selected by the Grants Committee and by MCC will be invited to present a more detailed application. 

The Grants Fund is one of the activities included in the Rural Development Project being implemented by MCA-Honduras, and financed by the Millennium Challenge Account (MCC).  

 


 


2009. Millenium Challenge Account. Tegucigalpa, Honduras.

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