Toyota Foundation | International Grant Programme
The Toyota Foundation's Asian Neighbours international grant programme targets Indonesia, Japan, Philippines, Thailand and Vietnam. It offers grants for one-year projects (starting November 2013) focused on thematic areas of Aging society; Multicultural society; Consensus-building on local environmental issues.
Toward Solutions Through Mutual Learning: Issues That Emerging Southeast Asia And Japan Share
Dynamic changes have transformed many, if not all, countries in Asia. A number of countries in the region have become more prosperous. These countries will soon share similar challenges with Japan. As equals, Japan and these countries need to create a new style of cooperation. Benefit from mutual learning gets larger than ever before.
Project applicants: A team or a network of members from various backgrounds, with a proven record of delivering results in one of the thematic areas (priority is given to habitants in those five countries)
Expected outputs: A policy recommendation that can be disseminated among relevant stakeholders
Maximum grants: a) Project focusing on one of the target countries: 3 million yen
b) Project focusing on more than two countries with comparative nature: 6 million yen
Deadline for applications: 21 June 2013
See website for detailed guidance on how to apply.