RSS stands for Really Simple Syndication.
To put it plainly, this is a standardized method of content distribution. An RSS file contains a running list of articles or other data published by a website. In our case — a list of tenders and grants. Since the information in these feeds is always up-to-date, subscribing to one will always provide you with access to the latest listings.
The RSS feed itself is a text file that contains broad data such as titles and links, and is not meant to be read on its own, therefore you will require a third party program, called an RSS Reader. Most of the RSS readers will offer you the option to combine more than one RSS feed, which would allow you to unify all of your news streams.
Here is how to subscribe to DevelopmentAid's RSS feed:
1. Find a good RSS reader that works for you best. A quick Google search will provide you with many free, as well as professional options.
2. Copy and paste our RSS URL into your reader:
You are all set!