Updated Jan 11, 2019CLOSED

UNOPS: Explosive hazards Risk Awareness in Syria

Offered by UNOPS

The objective of this grant is to reduce the impact of explosive hazard contamination on Syrian population through the delivery of risk education activities, aiming at informing at-risk populations of safer behaviours.
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CLOSEDJan 24, 2019Deadline
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Mandatory Requirements

StageStage 4: Transition to Scale, Stage 5: Scaling and Stage 6: Sustained Scale
Implemented in:
RegionN/A
CountrySyria
Focus AreasHumanitarian Assistance
• This Call for Proposal is open to national non-profit Non-Governmental Organizations (NGOs) that are registered to operate in Syria, including faith-based organizations. No governmental agencies, departments, or ministries are eligible.
• Only organizations with a minimum experience of two years, in partnership or as an independent entity, in implementing successful humanitarian community awareness projects in Syria, can apply.
• Organizations must have proven experience of implementing successful project(s) with the United Nations.
• Only organizations that have undergone the latest United Nations Harmonized Approach to Cash Transfer (HACT) risk assessment in Syria, and achieved a Low Risk or Medium Risk rating in both Financial Capacity and Procurement Capacity, are eligible to apply.



Other Requirements

Target BeneficiariesApplicants must be able to reach with direct risk education sessions a minimum of 72,000 direct beneficiaries during six months of field deployment (a minimum of two sessions per day per team).REQUIRED
Management TeamApplicants musthave a management team already set up in Damascus City, in order to engage in direct grant management liaison with UNMAS Syria and other coordination as necessary.REQUIRED
Impact Evaluation/M&E PlanIn line with UNOPS evaluation principles of fairness, transparency and integrity, an independent Grant Evaluation and Selection Committee will be responsible for the review of proposals and the Grantee selection. The review is based on the criteria outlined in the ‘Call for Proposals’ (CFP) and includes an assessment of the grant proposal’s formal, technical and financial aspects.

Application Directions

Interested organizations are requested to submit to the UNMAS Syria Office a proposal in English, on organization- headed paper and at the email address using the templates provided here

Attachments

CFP-RE-in-Syria-Final.docx
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