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Guidelines and Operating Procedures for Application, Approval and Execution of JFPR Grants

Guidelines and Operating Procedures for Application, Approval and Execution of JFPR Grants

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JAPAN FUND FOR POVERTY REDUCTION (JFPR)
New Guidelines and Operating Procedures for Application, Approval and Execution of JFPR Grants
TOPICAPPLICABLE POLICIES & PROCEDURESNOTES
 
APPLICATION AND APPROVAL PROCESS
1. Grant ApplicationFormat andSubmission
Grant application form (JFPR Grant Proposal) is available in Network DriveW:\Template\OCO\JFPR
OCO announces quarterly invitation for JFPR applications.
2. Grant Objective
To help the poorest and most vulnerable groups living in destitution in ADBDeveloping Member Countries (DMCs).
 
The JFPR Directional Guidance agreedwith Government of Japan (GOJ) spellsout the Annual Guidance for each year.
The Terms and Conditions of JFPR areset forth in the arrangement letter between the GOJ and ADB of 24 May2000.
3. Poverty Focus
Must provide relatively rapid, direct and demonstrable benefits to the poor and vulnerable groups of society.
4. Grant TypesAwarded
Either one of two types:
 
Project Grants
Capacity Building Grants
Applications must indicate only
one
 type of grant although capacity-buildingcomponents may be part of projectgrants.
5. Project Grants
 
Activities in direct support of improving services and facilities for the poor,reinvigorating social safety nets, etc.
Testing of new approaches, particularly in the social sectors, which arereplicable on a larger scale or lay the groundwork for future ADBoperations.
6. Capacity BuildingGrants
Capacity building and improvement measures to bolster local communitiesand NGOs or to expand capabilities/coverage of social fund-typeinstitutions.
Measures that promote positive interactions among government institutions,NGOs, communities and generate incremental benefits.
Capacity building for improved accountability of local governments or communities with weak social/poverty indicators.
7. Priority Areas
 
Innovative
programs designed or implemented by
local communities or NGOs
with
rapid, demonstrable benefits
for the poor and vulnerable, and
Application must clearly present aninnovative
 
approach.

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