Festive bonus grants round

A one-off grant of up to £5000 is now available through the HCA grants scheme!

The deadline for submissions is December 11th 2015.

Successful applications will be processed in early January 2016 with all money to be spent by March 31st 2016 and must meet the requirements of one or more of these subject areas; life long learning, health and wellbeing, sustainable livelihoods or climate change & environment.

Please note, current Hub Cymru Africa (HCA) grant holders are not eligible to apply. This grants round is in addition to the rolling pot of £1000 small grants which may be applied for at any time up to January 17th 2016, subject to the availability of funds. 

For more information on how to apply, please visit our grants page or contact us.

EVENT - Innovation and European Development

2 December 2015 (1pm - 4:30pm)

Wales has a vibrant International Development Community, much of it focused on sub- Saharan Africa. Many groups function on small funding streams and good will, and they do a good job. But can we all do better? Can we do more, thinking and aiming bigger?

This is European Year of Development (EYD 2015) and the world’s new Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) have been launched by the United Nations.

What a year? Come along, network, find out more: http://bit.ly/1kpncGO

For more information about the latest events, click here.

Radio Cymru - Discussing the SDGs 

18 October 2015 


Just in case you missed it, our team members Cat Jones and Elen Jones were on BBC Radio Cymru - Bwrw Golwg discussing the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in Welsh, following our event 2015 - A Year of Change.

To find out about our upcoming events, have a look at our calendar

If you would like to listen to the programme again, click here.

Watch Africa 2015

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Watch Africa 2015 film festival is proud to be bringing you some of the best in  African cinema with a series of films being screened across Wales,  starting on Friday the 3 October 2015.

 This year’s festival aims to provide viewers with an insight into some of the  issues facing people on the continent, with a focus on three main themes; Young  Africans, From Africa with love and the North Africa Spring.                                                           


Hub Cymru Africa

The new Hub Cymru Africa has replaced the International Development Hub, it is a new collaboration bringing together the work of Wales Africa Community Links, the Wales for Africa Health Links Network, the Sub Saharan Advisory Panel, Fair Trade Wales and the Wales International Development Hub. 

Find out more about us

Hub Cymru Africa grants programme


Wales International Development Sector is a vibrant mix of civil society and volunteer groups as well as national and international development agencies.

Click here for current vacancies >>>

Updated 10 March 2015

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