Updated Aug 01, 2019CLOSED
Offered by U.S. Department of State
Promote a unified national legal response to Child Online Sexual Exploitation and Sexual Abuse.
Build capacities of law enforcement and justice sector officials to effectively identify, investigate, and prosecute COSESA cases and protect children victims.
Ensuring technical assistance to law enforcement and judiciary agencies to effectively respond to COSESA cases.
Implementing a public awareness raising campaign on protecting children online
|Focus Areas||Child Protection (Gender)|
Sexual and Reproductive Health (Health)
Democracy, Human Rights, and Governance
Budget Narrative (in Microsoft Word) must include an explanation and justification for each line item in the detailed budget spreadsheet, as well as the source and a description of all cost share offered. For ease of review, INL recommends applicants order the budget narrative as presented in the detailed budget. Personnel costs should include a clarification of the roles and responsibilities of key staff and percentage of time devoted to the project. Applicants that have other USG-funded projects must confirm that the total time devoted by personnel assigned to more than one project does not exceed 100%. The budget narrative should communicate to INL any information that might not be readily apparent in the budget rather than simply repeating with words what is stated numerically in the budget.
|Impact Evaluation/M&E Plan|
Monitoring and Evaluation Plans are required. See attachment for direction to templates.