The so-called SDP-subsidy (dutch: klein dataproject, KDP) is meant for projects that describe one or more important datasets and make it accessible. An explicit goal of the subsidy is to support data archiving projects in fields where data archiving is not yet general practice. Data must comply to the FAIR guiding principles for scientific data management.
Nine projects have received SDP-subsidies recently. These projects vary from oral history initiatives, to the digitisation of excavation-plans. All projects have been published in EASY. You can check out the previous projects here (in Dutch).
You can read more on the proposal procedure on SDP-subsidy here, or contact Lisa de Leeuw for more information.