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Funding proposals
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1) Each issue may have separate banners because our focus is social issues.
2) Anyone can take any banner of 190 px by 190 px on any issue.
3) Per issue we will have five on the left and five banners on the right side of page
4) As per our editorial policy, none of the banners should be linked to political / activist / criminal / any illegal / porno websites.
5) If you want to share your banner here, email to Datacentre.

What are the fees we charge ?
Total fees : Rs 3450/-
(Including service tax)
Total fees from countries other than India : USD 575
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Fees : Rs 3450/- for sharing one funding proposal if the fees are paid in Indian rupees.
Fees : USD 60 /- for sharing one funding proposal if the fees are paid in US dollars.
Please note that for countries other than India, we require USD 10 to be paid to the bank.

Starting date
We will start sharing funding proposals issuewise soon.

Funding proposal requirements
On the funding proposal issue page, we will just share one line headline of the proposal.
This headline will be linked to one page of the issue
We require just 100 words of the funding proposal.
The funding proposal should end with a link to the source & contact name & phone number (No email mentioned here because one gets non required emails).
We will not accept more than 100 words of funding proposal.
We will not accept any presentation, any pdf file, any word file. Just 100 words in normail email.
We will share the funding proposal in english alphabetical order.

Funding proposals will be shared countrywise (for India, it is State / UT / districtwise)
We will share the funding proposal countrywise. (As of now all countries other than India will be shared on one page but if there are more funding proposals from a particular country, we will have a separate page for that country).
In case of India, we will have a separate page and the funding proposals are shared state / union territory and districtwise because India is our global example country.

Funding proposals of not just NGOs
We are not myopic to think that funding proposals will be only from NGOs/NPOs.
Corporates, funding agencies, philanthropists, individuals can share funding proposals because they may part fund the project and the project / programmes may need additional funds.
e.g. a corporate through its budget, may fund 10% of the overall funding requirement of the NGO partner and would like to receive 90% of funds from other funders. The balance 90% can directly go to the NGO/NPO or corporate may have a foundation to which the balance money goes.

Do we charge for sharing funding proposals ?
Of course yes.
And we charge funding proposals per funding proposal
An organisation may share 2, 3, 4 or more funding proposals at additonal fees.

What are the fees we charge ?
Fees : Rs 3450/- for sharing one funding proposal if the fees are paid in Indian rupees.
Fees : USD 60 /- for sharing one funding proposal if the fees are paid in US dollars.
Please note that for countries other than India, we require USD 10 to be paid to the bank.

Period of the fees
01.04.2017 to 31.03.2018

Do we charge any percentage of fees as our income ?
No.

What will the fees for the first funding proposal from any organisation cover ?
The first funding proposal fees cover
1) Sharing the 100 word funding proposal in respected issue in the funding proposals page
The funding proposals are shared issuewise, which means in the issue folder, there is this 100 word funding proposal shared.
Of course, we will give a link to the funding proposal pages issuewise from the funding proposal main page by 13.5.2017

Funding proposals are shared countrywise (countries are shared in alphabetical order)
Funding proposals are shared in the alphabetical order of the name of the NGO

The NGO does not get country access

1) Each issue may have separate banners because our focus is social issues.
2) Anyone can take any banner of 190 px by 190 px on any issue.
3) Per issue we will have five on the left and five banners on the right side of page
4) As per our editorial policy, none of the banners should be linked to political / activist / criminal / any illegal / porno websites.
5) If you want to share your banner here, email to Datacentre.