These are information sources that do not fit the other categories, but which can be important for specific segments of grant seekers.
A very active website focused on grant opportunities for NGOs in the developing world across sectors (health, education, humanitarian issues, environment, and all others). Short profiles of selected multilateral, bilateral, and foundation funders.
- Lists calls for applications (with deadlines).
Website of the USA’s national (federal) government on over 1,000 grant programs of 25 government departments and agencies.
- Search grants database by topic, agency, type of funding instrument, eligibility requirements, dates, and key words (e.g., “international”).
Grant-finding service that matches the searcher’s criteria with grants in the Instrumentl database. Instrumentl is for nonprofits and academic researchers working within the fields of environmental science and non-human biology.
- Scope is USA and international
- Mix of free and paid services
Development Assistance Committee (DAC) publishes aid guidelines, aid statistics, and current topics in development aid.
- Of special interest: Peer reviews of aid giving by OECD’s member (donor) governments.
International electronic journal of news, views, and information about science and technology in the developing world. Global coverage, with some content in multiple languages. Topics include agriculture and environment, and climate change and energy.
UKCDS is a collaboration of UK funders and other stakeholders with an interest in international development research. Thematic areas include climate change, agriculture, water resources, energy, environment, and others.
- Funding webpages announce new opportunities.
- Information services on European funding, with emphasis on the EU. Mix of free and paid information resources.
The International League of Conservation Photographers (iLCP) is a U.S. based non-profit organization whose mission is to further environmental and cultural conservation through ethical photography.
- Image Licensing: iLCP has a great, and growing, library of images from the natural world that are available for licensing by non-profit and commercial entities alike.