If you have an idea for a project that promotes innovative solutions to global or community challenges, start preparing your bids as soon as possible.
Please remember that your projects should be delivered between 1 April 2020 and 31 March 2021.
What are the objectives of CAPF?
The CAPF supports Chevening alumni activities across the globe in order to create the most engaged, active and impactful international scholarship alumni network in the world.
The fund is allocated annually on a competitive basis to projects that:
- Support this network to create positive change in their countries, regions or on global issues, where this contributes to UK foreign policy priorities and/or UK values; and
- Promote contact and relationships between Chevening alumni, and between the FCO and Chevening alumni, by providing opportunities for networks to be built and for ideas to be exchanged.
Who is eligible?
All scholars and fellows since 1983 who have completed their Chevening award, including alumni who studied through co-funded partnership scholarships (for example Chevening/HSBC or Chevening/OSI) ###are eligible to apply.
Current scholars/fellows, applicants or those who did not take up an award are not eligible.
You can make as many bids as you like, but if multiple projects are actually part of a larger project plan by a single implementer, please submit only one proposal, breaking down in your bid the different activity streams.
- November 27, 2019 at 2:33 pm by Editor (displayed above)
- November 27, 2019 at 2:33 pm by Editor