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14 August 2018
Applications for the Round 3 of the Business Partnerships Platform (BPP) have now closed. Applications closed on 10 August 2018 at 3:00pm Australian Eastern Standard Time. The outcomes of Round 3 will be made in coming months.
There are 19 eligible countries in Round 3, with dedicated funding for Pakistan.
Review the Round 3 Guidelines for Applicants [PDF], Gender Guidelines [PDF] and Frequently Asked Questions [PDF] for further information on the key selection criteria, priority sectors and eligible countries for Round 3.
To apply, applicants must register and submit an application via the Smartygrants website.
Please contact the BPP Fund Manager (Palladium) at email@example.com for any queries related to Round Three.
To see which sectors are eligible for each country, refer to page 6 of the Round 3 Guidelines for Applicants [PDF].
As part of Round 3, there is dedicated funding for partnerships in Pakistan.
Applications are being accepted for the following sectors in Pakistan:
Applicants for Pakistan should refer to the same Round 3 Guidelines for Applicants [PDF], Gender Guidelines [PDF] and Frequently Asked Questions [PDF].
Information sessions will be held for prospective Pakistan applicants. Follow the BPP LinkedIn page or the Australian High Commission Pakistan Facebook page for updates.