International Grants and Projects Center
The International Grants and Projects Center is one of the critical administrative centers developed recently by An-Najah National University. It aims at managing and implementing international development projects obtained by the University through submitting proposals to several funding bodies.
The Center administratively comes under the International and External Affairs Office and the President's Office at the University. It is responsible for:
- Identifying the University’s development needs and academic capacity that qualify the University to win funding for international development projects and compete at the international level
- Developing project proposals that address the donor's needs and requirements
- Obtaining funding sources for development projects at the University and communicating with donors
- Following up on and completing successfully all phases of the projects from initiation, planning, to implementation in compliance with the terms and conditions agreed upon by the funding bodies and in coordination with the administrative departments of the University
The Center is one of the University’s vital centers. It aims at uniting efforts to develop and build an integrated system for the implementation of all development projects funded by international donors in compliance with the terms and conditions agreed upon by the funding bodies and in accordance with the projects' dedicated resources.
The center was established to improve the performance of the international development projects implemented by the University, manage them successfully, and bring them to a successful completion. This includes all the projects' phases from initiation, planning, to implementation.
The Center aspires to Increase the number of development projects at the University through expanding grant opportunities for the University and implementing them successfully.
The Center aims to expand scope and scale of the University growth efforts through following up on the implementation of the University's development projects in compliance with the University strategic goals.