Swiss Competence Centres, Swiss Social Investors and SDC country offices, as well as non-Swiss Competence Centres endorsed by a partner organisation of the SCBF wishing to submit a proposal are asked to complete the project application form (word doc), incl. implementation plan and budget breakdown (excel files) available below.
- Prospective projects must meet the Selection Criteria for Capacity Building Support as outlined.
- Applications are assessed according to these criteria and according to the information supplied in each submitted proposal.
- All proposals undergo the established SCBF application process – please refer to SCBF Proposal guide
Templates for Product Up-scaling proposals:
The primary ‘Product Up-scaling Window’ (PUW) co-funds the development, testing and launching of both client-oriented financial products and product distribution channels that meet the needs of low-income households, smallholders, and micro, small, and medium enterprises with a particular focus on women and rural areas.
Financial Institutions who would like to propose a innovative Capacity Building Support to the SCBF, but who are not linked to a Swiss Competence Centres, Swiss Social Investors or SDC country office, are encouraged to send an email to the SCBF Secretariat (firstname.lastname@example.org) who will be pleased to advise you further and introduce you to a qualified partner organisation.
Please note: There is no legal entitlement to funding from this programme. SCBF will not reimburse any costs incurred in connection with the application. If SCBF is unable to consider your application , you will be sent a brief notification. SCBF is not obliged to provide reasons for any decision to reject a proposal.
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