For many foundations and other donors, the question "How can we support international projects?" has an easy answer: fund through an intermediary organization. As a follow-up to the GrantCraft guide International Grant Making: Funding with a Global View, we asked a handful of experienced grant makers and other experts about how the relationship between donor and intermediary really works and the advantages and trade-offs involved in working through an international intermediary.
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Title: Working with Intermediaries: Global Grant Making through Partner Organizations
Publication date 2007-01-01
Publication Year 2007
, international grant
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