Luxembourg Ministry of Foreign Affairs
Principal Office: Luxembourg
In Luxembourg, a Directorate for Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Action reports to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
The Luxembourg Agency for Development Cooperation (Lux-Dev) implements the majority of bilateral aid projects with partner governments in the developing countries. However, the Ministry maintains the legal authority and administration of grants to non-governmental organizations.
Among Luxembourg’s programmatic strategies for development assistance, those of principal interest in the Terra Viva Grants Directory are agriculture and food security; water and sanitation; and environment and climate change.
Grant Programs for Agriculture, Energy, Environment, Natural Resources
1 — Support for NGOs in Luxembourg. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs offers co-financing to Luxembourg’s registered development NGOs. They can receive financial support from the government for awareness raising projects, and they can be co-funded for cooperation projects or through framework contracts for multi-annual cooperation programs.
Link to NGO desk
2 — Support for Organizations in Partner Countries. Luxembourg is unable to fund civil society organizations in countries other than Luxembourg. However, they can inquire about project partnerships with Luxembourg’s NGOs, including those in the Circle of Cooperation. They should also inquire for information with the regional offices of Lux-Dev.
Geographical Distribution of Grant Activities in Developing Countries
Luxembourg’s priority countries for bilateral development cooperation are identified below.
Southeast Asia and Pacific Islands: Laos
Sub-Saharan Africa: Burkina Faso, Cape Verde, Mali, Niger, Senegal
Latin America and Caribbean: Nicaragua
The Ministry’s website is available in French.
Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Action links to the Luxembourg NGOs registered with the Ministry of Foreign Affairs.
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