Funding Opportunities

CAPRED offers ongoing possibilities for engagement through contracts for the provision of services or procurement of goods and through funding and grant opportunities.

These are open to all businesses and organisations that match advertised criteria and align with our program activities. Contract and grant opportunities follow competitive processes, with all applicants given similar consideration.

CAPRED also conducts study visits in Cambodia and overseas for targeted learning opportunities that align with CAPRED’s goals. These focus on areas where we can share learning from Australia and Cambodia, build strategic relationships and foster program learning.

Request For Proposals for SBCC Training

CAPRED seeks to engage a consulting firm to develop and deliver a training program and accompanying tools on Social and Behaviour Change Communications (SBCC) for its staff. 

Deadline: 2024-08-19

Request For Proposals for Media Updates

Cambodia Australia Partnership for Resilient Economic Development (CAPRED) is Australia's flagship bilateral economic development facility in Cambodia. Funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) and implemented by Cowater International, CAPRED focuses on supporting inclusive economic recovery and boosting resilience and sustainability over the five years from 2022 to 2027. CAPRED adopts a mix of a programmatic and facility model. The facility model allows CAPRED to flexibly tackle a range of emerging inter-related public and private sector constraints and opportunities to promote resilient, inclusive, and sustainable growth (RISE) across different sectors.

Deadline: 2024-07-21

Calling All Local AIP Developers/landowners to Participate in a Market Research Study Conducted by CAPRED

Cambodia Australia Partnership for Resilient Economic Development (CAPRED) is Australia’s flagship bilateral economic development facility in Cambodia. Funded by the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) and implemented by Cowater International, CAPRED focuses on supporting inclusive economic recovery and boosting resilience and sustainability over the five years from 2022 to 2027. CAPRED adopts a mix of a programmatic and facility model. The facility model allows CAPRED to flexibly tackle a range of emerging inter-related public and private sector constraints and opportunities to promote resilient, inclusive, and sustainable growth (RISE) across different sectors.

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Business Plan Analysis for Modern Agriculture Communities (MAC)

CAPRED is seeking a consultancy firm to develop a practical business plan for the MAC. This plan will detail the benefits of MAC for farmers, including its products and pricing, as well as the costs and funding required to launch and operate the system. It will also outline how MAC will make and manage money and how profits and losses will be distributed among its members. The business plan will focus on straightforward and achievable activities for the farmer groups, ensuring they are not overwhelmed by complexity as they grow.

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The Food Innovation Fund is now open and accepting applications.

This new initiative offers technical and financial support to agri-food SMEs on product innovation, market development, and food safety standards. The fund is the result of a partnership between Australia’s flagship economic development program, the Cambodia Australia Partnership for Resilient Economic Development (CAPRED) and the Royal Government of Cambodia’s Khmer Enterprise.

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Funding applications for piped water operators are now open — apply now!

Funding applications for piped water operators are now open¬ — apply now!

Are you a piped water operator from Kampong Thom, Kampong Chhang, or Takeo province? Are you looking for finance and technical support to establish and expand your water supply infrastructure in service areas? 

The Cambodia Australia Partnership for Resilient Economic Development (CAP-RED) program has funding opportunities available now. 

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