Reasons 7 - 12 ...
This does NOT mean your organisation can't 'go it alone'. Partnership can be full of difficulty, and it's sometimes the 'lone wolf' NGO that can achieve its objective better than several NGOs together, especially for small, targeted and specialised interventions.
Proposals can be rejected for a number of reasons. Over the next two posts I'm going to outline some of the key things to be aware of when seeking funding to increase your likelihood of success.
No project can be supported if the donor cannot understand why it’s necessary. Sometimes this may be because the problem actually isn’t very relevant to the donor, or they don’t see it as serious (see my next point), but often it’s because it’s poorly communicated.
It's a tough environment out there.
Funding is in many areas declining, and donors are expecting more value-for-money. It's a results-focused environment, and every development dollar has to count.
So, How Do We Identify Projects That Donors Will Support?
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