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Cambodia Harvest II

Horticultural Solutions: Advancing Private Sector Initiatives
Cambodia Harvest II, a USAID-funded project, hereby announces its Horticultural Solutions grants program to address problems facing buyers, suppliers, or other market actors working with fruits, vegetables, or other horticultural products. This Grants Program Statement replaces the Annual Program Statement issued by Harvest II on December 14, 2017.
The program is primarily directed at private sector actors, including wholesalers, processors, exporters, financial institutions, producers associations, and input suppliers. NGOs or others working toward the desired outcomes are also eligible to apply.
Each grant must achieve some significant result or benefit – for example, increased sales, jobs, or improved practices – related to the horticulture sector in Battambang, Pursat, Kampong Thom, or Siem Reap. Of note:
- Grant amounts will vary, depending on expected results
- The maximum grant is $100,000
- Grants of one year are envisioned; applicants may request longer periods if needed.
Interested entities should email [email protected] to request the Horticultural Solutions Grants Program Statement, which will provide further information and a concept paper template. Concept papers will be accepted from April-December 2018. The project expects to award grants on a rolling basis beginning in May.