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Project Application procedure



April 23 2020

After careful consideration and research, the Board of the Albert Schweitzer Foundation has decided to adjust the project application dates, due to the unprecendented events and impact of the corona virus pandemic in Africa and the following restrictions by government rule throughout continent.

The tender of May 2nd is cancelled. No applications for support will be considered in May.

Project applications can ONLY be submitted on the following date: August 3rd 2020- 09:00.

Furthermore, please be informed that this is the only project application round remaining for 2020. No further opportunities will open this year.

We sincerely look forward to receiving your application. Please contact us in case you have questions. You will find our adress at the bottom of the page.


Each round, the first 10 applications per theme will be taken into review. After these 50 applications, the tender will be closed. The five themes actively contribute to SDGs 3 & 6, and cover one or more of the follwing themes, in random order:

  • Women & Health
  • Mother & Child
  • Medical Care
  • Water & Sanitation
  • Vulnerable groups

Applications can only be submitted to email adress: Project proposals emailed to any other NASF adress will not be taken into consideration.


Country focus

In 2020, only project applications from the following countries will be taken into consideration:

  • Uganda
  • Kenya
  • Burkina Faso
  • Ghana
  • Malawi

The list of countries eligible for support will be composed every year. Therefore, eligible countries can be subject to change.



Your project application will only be processed when your project application meets all the requirements stated in the NASF Project Criteria. As these criteria have recently been reconsidered and tightened, we strongly advise you to read the criteria carefully before starting on your project application or submitting it.

Corona virus


For any information concerning the corona (COVID) pandemic, we refer you to the WHO website:


Please inform yourself of the general safety precautions, as well as any regulations in your area.

The WHO website gives you information, status updates as well as material for awareness raising.


Be safe and healthy.