Hague Humanity Hub Cross-Over Fund 2017
Deadline: February 17, 2017
The Hague Humanity Hub is calling for innovators in the peace, justice and humanitarian sectors to apply for a grant, taking their innovative ideas for digital solutions to the next level. The Hub, a collaboration between The City of The Hague and HumanityX, has launched the Cross-Over Fund to give digital innovators the opportunity to improve a process, product or service within the peace, justice or humanitarian sector.
By supporting forward-thinking individuals and organisations with a grant to develop solutions, the Hub aims to improve the work that is done on peace, justice and humanitarian response around the world. An example of this is HumanityX’s project with the UN World Food Programme, where Big Data analytics and dashboard technologies are explored and developed to improve food security for Syrian refugees in Lebanon.
The City of The Hague makes available a €600,000 grant, starting on January 1, 2017 until December 31, 2018, equally split between the two calendar years. Each application can request a grant of up to €50,000 to support their project.
Open to knowledge institutions, NGOs, governmental organisations, start-ups and businesses worldwide. Successful applicants are required to work in collaboration with The Hague Humanity Hub and its partners.
For application and more information, visit Hague Humanity Hub Cross-Over Fund.