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The Funding Opportunities / Grants database is update everyday. Do not forget to return regularly to the website and search for funds for your projects.

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  1. Hello
    We involved at supporting women vulnerable children and people with disabilities
    Am asking for grants/funds concerns to the targeted groups we dealing for.
    Hope much support from you,

    • If not yet registered as a user of, please do it; after login to the website, Click on “Grants Database”, and on the top of the new window and on a text-box near to “Search” type the word or words of the topics you are looking for, and press ENTER, or click on the “Magnifying” small button after the text-box. Then will have a list of Funding Opportunities according to your search.

      If you any more help please contact us.


  2. Somaliland social organization

    In academic writing we often use words which we might not know from daily life. A good example of this is ‘implicit’ and ‘explicit’: commonly found in a variety of academic fields, yet not terms you’d use that often when hanging out with friends!
    ‘Implicit’ and ‘explicit’ are also good examples because it’s absolutely vital that you don’t confuse them: they’re opposite terms, so using ‘explicit’ when you mean ‘implicit’ will change the meaning of a sentence.
    Implicit (Expressed Indirectly)

    The adjective ‘implicit’ means ‘understood without expression’ or ‘expressed indirectly’. In academic writing ‘implicit’ is commonly used when referring to the ‘implicit meaning’ of an author’s work. This will be something implied by but not stated directly in the text.
    C. S. Lewis’ The Lion, the Witch and the Wardrobe, for example, does not mention religion directly, but it is widely interpreted as being a Christian allegory. As such, we might say:
    C. S. Lewis implicitly advocates Islamic in his writing.
    Similarly, when we refer to ‘implicit’ knowledge, we’re discussing things that we understand without necessarily being aware:
    Despite not being told, Joseph implicitly knew how to dance the in Somaliland
    Explicit (Clearly Stated)

    The meaning of ‘explicit’ is ‘fully and clearly expressed’. Since C. S. Lewis has written about the Christian imagery in his fictional works, for example, we could say:

  3. I work for Afro-Canadian Evenglical Mission which operates in South Sudan we involve in supporting the most vulnarable Children Food security,WASH, Vet,Nutrition protection as wel, we seek partnership support to champion our work.

  4. John Balla Marah

    My organization is in Sierra Leone. I am requesting for funding to support disabled children attend school

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