Concern and ECHO team members meet with villagers in Hiklyo Bheel, Pakistan. Photo: Black Box Sounds.Concern and ECHO team members meet with villagers in Hiklyo Bheel, Pakistan. Photo: Black Box Sounds.Concern and ECHO team members meet with villagers in Hiklyo Bheel, Pakistan. Photo: Black Box Sounds.

RAPID Fund Programme

RAPID Fund Programme

Concern Worldwide is implementing the 'Responding to Pakistan's Internally Displaced' (RAPID) Fund Programme in Pakistan with support from the United States Agency for International Development (USAID).

The objective of the RAPID fund programme is to assist the most vulnerable populations in the aftermath of any natural or man-made disaster across Pakistan.

The programme works in close coordination with disaster management authorities, NGOs, and target communities to provide timely, flexible, and effective sub-grants to national and international NGOs. In addition to sub-grants for disaster response, the RAPID programme includes targeted support activities for both national NGOs and Disaster Management Authorities to improve their disaster management capabilities and support in lasting national capacities in Pakistan.

RAPID Fund Programme applications

Please refer to the following guidelines, formats, and instructions for the submission of applications to the RAPID Fund Programme: 

RAPID Sub-Grant for relief and recovery response

RAPID Capacity Building component

For any further information, please contact our RAPID fund team: 

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