Updated Jan 02, 2019CLOSED

Civil Society Organizations Including NGOs and CBOs for Small Grants to Support Victims Groups

Offered by United Nations Development Programme

In response to addressing the effects of conflict on its victims, UNDP’s Access to Justice and Rule of Law Project aims to increase access to justice for victims through strengthening its support to SGBV survivors and vulnerable groups. An underlying cause of violence lies in the failure to address the grievances of victims. A credible transitional justice process requires a human rights based and victim-centred approach. This approach embraces measures that seek to restore the dignity of victims, including providing reassurances of non-repetition. Consequently, UNDP invites victims groups or CSOs wishing to establish same to submit proposals for small grants
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GrantType
CLOSEDJan 21, 2019Deadline
Up to $35,000Amount
10Duration(Months)

Mandatory Requirements

StageStage 4: Transition to Scale, Stage 5: Scaling and Stage 6: Sustained Scale
Implemented in:
RegionN/A
CountrySouth Sudan
Focus AreasRule of Law and Human Rights (Democracy, Human Rights, and Governance)

Other Requirements

Target BeneficiariesA victim-centred approach is required to determine the preferences of victims, design responses that take into account their sufferings and engage their active participation in transitional justice. This includes a recognition of the right to the truth for the families of the victims of violence as well as the survivors.REQUIRED
Planned Usage of FundsThe administrative cost must not exceed 10% of the total amountREQUIRED
Financial StatementsDemonstrated capacity to effectively manage grant funds as well as the institutional capacity (equipment, facilities, competence and experience of personnel, and past record of managing such projects) necessary for project implementation;
Adequacy of accounting and finance management system, including financial control frameworks.
Impact Evaluation/M&E PlanThe Access to Justice and Rule of Law Project will pay special attention to evaluation of project results. Therefore, the inclusion of both qualitative and quantitative indicators is recommended in the project design as this will help track and assess results of the project implementation. Where necessary, the Project will undertake an external evaluation of individual grants or groups of grants. Results of such evaluations will be made available to grant winners of this program as well as to other interested parties.
Reporting RequirementsCSOs will be expected to present updates and financial reports, with documented proof of data on the project progress and expenses from grant funds. Minimum reporting requirements will include, mid-term progress and project completion reports. An evaluation of the grant scheme will be undertaken at the end of its cycle in order to review lessons learned and assess impact to date.

Application Directions

Submissions can be delivered by hand in sealed envelope to the bid box at UNDP Office on Ministries Road or emailed toajrol.ss@undp.org

Attachments

H-proc-notices-notices-055-k-notice-doc-52396-129111830.pdf

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