Financing for the development phase of infrastructure projects. This funding supports the development projects of foreign governments with a view to having a positive impact on man, the environment and society.
Financing with an obligation to pay the loan back for SME entrepreneurs who want to invest in emerging markets or developing countries. The project must contribute to the development of the country. This programme is also open to startups.
The Dutch are world-renowned for their water expertise. Dutch experts are involved in water-related projects all over the globe. The Dutch government and the Dutch water sector founded the Dutch Risk Reduction Team (DRR Team), a government-to-government instrument that focuses on sending project teams across the globe to give expert advice on disaster prevention.
The European Partnership for Responsible Minerals (EPRM) is a multi-stakeholder partnership. It aims to create better social and economic conditions for mine workers and local mining communities. From 14 August 2018, companies, NGOs, public or semi-public bodies and knowledge institutions can submit their ideas for projects that are linked to the mineral supply chain from CAHRAs.
The Fund against Child Labour (FBK) helps entrepreneurs eliminate child labour. International entrepreneurs interested in actively tackling child labour in their production chain can apply for a subsidy. This facility is temporarily closed.
The Mexico-Netherlands Strategic Programme for Energy Executives Training (EET) is an exchange programme for Mexican managers working in the energy sector. The programme includes two training courses and a two-week internship at a Dutch company.
Using the MIA/Vamil scheme, you can invest in environmentally friendly products or company resources and get tax advantages. You can also get innovative environmentally friendly products onto the market faster.
Proof-of-concept funding has been established to help businesses and ensure that an idea develops from the planning phase into the startup phase. It is for both innovative startups and existing SMEs (small to medium-sized enterprises).
Is your organisation a company, public institution, NGO or knowledge institution? And do you want to cooperate in a public-private partnership in order to contribute to sustainable development goals (SDGs) in developing countries? If so, then your project can receive support. This facility is temporarily closed. It is currently not possible to apply for a grant.
The DHI scheme supports Dutch enterprises (including enterprises in the overseas parts of the Kingdom of the Netherlands) who would like to invest in or execute a project in emerging markets and in developing countries. The DHI scheme is closed at the moment. Starting 15 January 2019, Dutch enterprises can apply for DHI. Complete applications will be judged according to the principle of ‘first come first serve’ and based on DHI criteria . There are two separate budgets, one for DGGF countries and one for other countries.
Using the WBSO (Wet Bevordering Speur- & Ontwikkelingswerk/Act for the Stimulation of Research & Development), companies can lower the wage costs for R&D and other R&D costs and expenditures, such as prototypes or research equipment. You can deduct the tax benefit in your tax return to the Netherlands Tax and Customs Administration.