The document shows that either a project application from Naturskyddsföreningen to the Swedish government development aid agency, SIDA, has been received by SIDA , or that a grant from that agency to Naturskyddsföreningen has been approved.
After the list of who is applying, who is responsible for implementation, and the bit that Mr. David Tribe quoted, there is an interesting bit about expected results:
" Increased food safety in households and society, defending farmers rights to land, seed and technology from transnational corporations and governments. Strengthen and consolidate MASIPAG."
SIDA has apparently funded Naturskyddsföreningens collaboration with MASIPAG for years, see page 24: http://www.sida.se/Publications/Import/pdf/sv/F246r228ndringens-kraft.pdf
According to this SIDA,report, MASIPAG was founded by farmers and scientists to improve local seed varieties, and to teach organic farming.