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Presbyterian Hunger Program Grants-2010

A list of 2010 Presbyterian Hunger Program grants and projects with short descriptions. Includes International and United States projects. See an interactive map.

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  1. We are inquiring whether you will be receiving applications for grant support from new partners in South Sudan for the coming year 2012. I read this "Activities in international development assistance ("Joining Hands") include agricultural production, livestock development, land rights, soil and water conservation, and others. In 2011, the closing date for applications was 30 June" for which country does this apply?

    by Patrick Nalere

    February 1, 2012

  2. I regret to inform you that while we are concerned about the situation in Uganda, the deadline for 2012 work has passed. Additionally, we were not considering applications from new partners this year. Our prayers are with you as you seek additional funding.

    by jessicamaudlin

    September 6, 2011

  3. We are inquiring whether you will be receiving applications for grant support from new partners for the coming year 2012. We have a project in Eastern Uganda to resettle and support resettling communities whose situation has been worsened by floods and of recent draught.

    by Stella Akemo

    August 17, 2011

  4. Dear Sir, without more information I can't give you a specific answer. If you are interested in an international grant, I regret to inform you that we are not considering new partnerships at this time. We will consider applications only from partners whom have received funding from us within the past 5 years. If you are asking about an National grant there may be a possibilty for that. I hope this information helps. Thanks!

    by Jessica Maudlin

    July 5, 2011

  5. Dear Rev. sir, Please provide information whether a new partner like us could apply for grant under PHP.

    by C. Paul Alaga Rasan

    July 2, 2011

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