At NAMA Foundation, we manage charity grants a little differently. Because our aim is to ensure
sustainability of the charitable works in our countries of focus. We are offering this grant to provide help
where it is most needed within the education and third sector.

We don’t look for the obvious recipients and attempt to build initiatives where we think we should.
Instead we offer support to those who might have ‘fallen through the cracks’, the people that would
otherwise be overlooked.

We partner with people who not only need genuine assistance, but who already have great ideas and
strategies to create change. In this way, we can offer the most effective support, ensuring our recipient
are able to deliver their services to the community in the best way possible.

How it works
NAMA Foundation provides charity grants to eligible applicants. Once accepted as an eligible applicant,
we will work closely with you and your organization to understand exactly what is needed, so we can
ensure you receive the best quality outcomes.

Our Areas of Focus
Your great ideas should support our areas of focus listed below;

  • Education
    1. Empowering School Leadership
    2. Empowering Educators
    3. Developing Students
    4. Empowering Parents of Students
    5. Empowering Community
    6. Accessibility to Education
    7. Research, Development and Recognition.
  • Third Sector
    1. Organizational Development
    2. Financial Sustainability
    3. Community Engagement

Eligibility Criteria
To be eligible for our grants, applicants must fit the following criteria:
1. Must be a registered organisation (NGO/NPO/Civil Society)
2. Applicants must be based in our 5 countries of focus,

i) Indonesia,

ii) Kyrgyzstan,

iii) Tanzania,


NAMA FOUNDATION reserves the rights to review the value of awards at any time (and if such changes
are made, the value of grant will be changed and the effective date will be informed to the successful



All applications should be made ONLINE through NAMA FOUNDATION

Application closed on Monday, 31 August 2018 (GMT+3)