Updated Nov 19, 2020CLOSED

Climate change in Cuba: call for bids

The British Embassy in Havana is inviting bids for funding for Climate Change projects which budgets between £500.00 a £10 000, to be implemented before March 2021 to support cooperation between the United Kingdom and Cuba in this key area for both countries.

We will run a competitive bidding process to ensure we use our allocation for projects that are of high quality and deliver value for money.

The United Kingdom will host the UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26) during November 2021 in Glasgow. This call for bids is aligned with our commitment to:

  • - support climate action
  • - create resilience and
  • - reduce national emissions
We aim to collaborate with Cuba in achieving its Nationally Determined Contributions (NDCs) in adapting to the impacts of climate change.
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GrantType
CLOSEDNov 25, 2020Deadline
Up to $13,256Amount
UnavailableDuration(Months)

Mandatory Requirements

Implemented In:
RegionN/A
CountryCuba
Focus AreasClimate Change and Resilience (Environment)
Waste Management (Environment)

To be eligible, your organization or agency must be a legal entity, a registered non-governmental (NGO) or governmental organization, an academic or research institution, and must demonstrate that it has:

  • - previous experience in delivering and managing projects
  • - preferably previous experience working with international agencies/organizations
  • - proof of legal registration
  • - sufficient technical, financial, human, and logistical capacity to deliver the project being proposed How to bid


Application Directions

Please send all project documents to the dedicated projects email address: ukincubaprojects@fcdo.gov.uk; ukincubaprojects@fcdowebmail.fcdo.gov.uk

In the subject line of the email please indicate “Project Proposal Form” and please include in the body of the message a brief reference to the organization and the project title.


ATTACHMENTS

Activity-Based-Budget-Template.xlsx
Proposal-Form-under-10k.doc
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