Updated Nov 19, 2020CLOSED
Offered by United Nations Development Programme
The programme will be accompanied with strong capacity development to support and strengthen capacity of CSOs to effectively advocate and lobby for change in laws and policies that are discriminatory against women, as well as raising awareness on the existing legal and policy frameworks that seek to address SGBV and Harmful Practices.
The activity is part of the EU/UN Spotlight Initiatives (a multi-national partnership initiative designed to eliminate all forms of violence against women and girls as well as increase access to sexual and reproductive health and rights services) and will be implemented in the five most-affected counties (Montserrado, Grand Cape Mount, Lofa, Nimba and Grand Gedeh).
The grant focuses on pillar 6 of the EU Spotlight Initiatives Country Programme Document of which the specific outputs seek to ensure:
- Outcome 6: A coherent, inclusive, and empowered CSO and Women’s movement framework to eliminate violence against women and girls is strengthened and operationalized at the national, subnational and community levels.
- Output 6.1 Women's rights groups and relevant CSOs have increased opportunities and support to share knowledge, network, partner and jointly advocate for GEWE and ending SGBV/HP, and promoting SRHR, with relevant stakeholders at sub-national, national, regional and global levels.
|Focus Areas||Gender-based Violence (Gender)|
Gender Equity (Gender)
Economic Empowerment (Gender)
Social Services (Gender)
Grants will be awarded to organizations based on the following considerations:
- National or local women’s led organizations, Women’s rights organizations/ movements
- Whether the CSO is registered in Liberia with office in Montserrado and/or other selected Spotlight counties
- The organization’s proven administrative and financial management capacity to undertake the project;
- The feasibility and soundness of the proposal with sustainability strategies and related budget; and
- The institutional capacity of the CSO;
- The legitimacy and quality of the contribution and values that the CSO can provide for the attainment of development results and maximizing the impact of a programme/project
Proposals may be submitted on or before Friday, 27 November 2020 at 5:00 PM Liberia local time and via (choose appropriate box)
☑courier mail on the following address;
Address: United Nations Development Programme Registry 7th Floor, Pan African Plaza Building Opposite the Monrovia City Hall, Monrovia, Liberia Attn: The Deputy Resident Representative Programme UNDP, Liberia