DMCDD can support Mini-projects for up to three years. A Mini-project has to be an individual development intervention in its own right, not a component of larger projects.
The Mini-projects must be categorised within the sectors of health, education or strengthening of civil society/local communities.
The types of projects must be of a kind with which the Danish and the Southern partner have experience and be in line with the priority sectors of DMCDD.
The roles and responsibilities of the Danish partner and the Southern partner must be clearly defined and the partnership must be solid.
Furthermore, it will be taken into consideration whether the applicants have the professional competence and the administrative capacity required for carrying through the planned project in a satisfactory way. The maximum amount DMCDD can contribute to a Mini-project is DKK 750.000. Own contribution may be added to this amount, but not exceed 50% of the contribution from DMCDD.