Updated Apr 05, 2021
Offered by UN Women
Gender Equity (Gender)
Economic Empowerment (Gender)
Economic Growth and Trade
Economic Recovery (Humanitarian Assistance)
Entrepreneurship (Economic Growth and Trade)
Policy and Regulation
The eligible CSOs should also meet the legal, programmatic, and technical criteria defined below:
Duly registered under the laws of Zimbabwe
Demonstrates relevant programmatic experience for at least 5 years in specific MPTF safe market programme e priority areas identified above (in the introduction)
Knowledge and experience in programme design and management, community mobilisation, organisational development
Substantive knowledge and understanding of gender equality and economic empowerment of women.
Sound understanding of gender issues and gender mainstreaming in local governance.
Track record of mainstreaming gender in infrastructural projects/programmes; work on market related infrastructure an added advantage
Technical expertise on gender equality issues and more broadly, women in governance and meaningful participation in decision making, leadership, women’s economic empowerment, ending violence against women and girls, including sexual harassment in public spaces.
An established organisational culture of accountability and commitment to delivery of results
Administrative and financial capacity to manage budgets of more than $50,000 annually supported with a track record of quality and timely project results and unqualified audit reports in the preceding 2 years prior to submission of the application.
Demonstrates experience in facilitating constructive and inclusive engagement and dialogue, with the goal of contributing to socio-economic development.
Demonstrable capacity – human, financial and technical to deliver results at national and sub-national levels.
Reporting Relationships and Communications
This will be governed by the Partnership agreement.
Technical and financial proposals should be submitted as part of the template for proposal submission (Annex B2-3) in one email, with the CFP reference and the clear description of the proposal by the date and time stipulated in this document. If the emails and email attachments are not marked as instructed, UNWOMEN will assume no responsibility for the misplacement or premature opening of the proposals submitted. The email text body should indicate the name and address of the proponent.All proposals should be sent by email to the following secure email address: Zimbabwe.email@example.com