Calls for joint proposals for Tailor-Made Training Plus (TMT Plus) - Orange Knowledge Programme

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An overview of all our calls for joint proposals for Orange Knowledge Tailor-Made Training Plus

Q4 Expected calls

In the final quarter of 2019 we expect to publish the following calls:

  • Mozambique - Water
  • Jordan - Water
  • Jordan - Food and Nutrition Security
  • Iraq - Food and Nutrition Security
  • Guinea - Private Sector Development:
    As announced in the Government Gazette‌ (140.7 kB) and this Programme Update, this is a one-off TMT+ call for Guinea.

Open calls

Please refer to the guidelines and formats below for all calls for proposals.

Guidelines and formats - English

Joint proposal form - Tailor-Made Training plus - OKP‌ (99.2 kB)

Budget form group training - TMT plus - Orange Knowledge Programme‌ (41.0 kB)

Delta user manual - TMT - Orange Knowledge Programme‌ (325.5 kB)

Grant obligations and conditions group training Orange Knowledge Programme‌ (371.4 kB)

Grant application assessment explanation - TMT plus - OKP‌ (89.5 kB)

Checklist Organisational Capacity Assessment (COCA) group training Orange Knowledge‌ (81.9 kB)

Please note: processing a COCA form takes some time. Make sure you submit the COCA form before applying for a proposal. You can submit a COCA form throughout the year, well before any application deadlines.

An approved COCA is valid for a maximum of 1 year and can be used for different applications. You don’t need to fill in a new COCA form for a new proposal if you still have a valid COCA form.


If you have any questions, please contact us via email at or by telephone at +31 70 426 02 60 (Nuffic Public Information Centre).

Guidelines and formats - French

Closed calls

‘What we eat matters – collaborating in producing it even more!’

22 October 2019
International collaboration in food and nutrition security

'Capacity building is all about recognising a win-win situation'

24 September 2019
There is a wealth of how-to books on making a success of capacity building. Koen Yap, who retires from Nuffic, strips it down to basics.