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Applications Open for Canada Fund for Local Initiatives – Malaysia

Applications Open for Canada Fund for Local Initiatives – Malaysia

Deadline: 17 May 2020

The High Commission of Canada in Malaysia is pleased to launch its annual call for proposals for the Canada Fund for Local Initiatives (CFLI).

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The CFLI is a program designed to support small-scale, high-impact projects in developing countries, which align with Global Affairs Canada’s thematic priority areas for engagement. The program is directed at projects conceived and designed predominantly by local partners. Projects are selected and approved by the relevant Canadian embassy or high commission.

The CFLI also serves to support positive bilateral relations between Canada and recipient countries and their civil societies, by deepening contacts and supporting local endeavours.

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Thematic Priorities

All projects must align with at least one of the following CFLI thematic priorities:

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gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls.
inclusive governance, including diversity, democracy, human rights and the rule of law.
environment and climate action focusing on adaptation and mitigation, as well as on water management.
human dignity, covering health, education and nutrition.
Gender-based analysis

Canada adopted its Feminist International Assistance Policy to advance gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls as the most effective way to reduce poverty and build a more inclusive, peaceful and prosperous world. In alignment with this policy, the CFLI project application process now requires a gender-based analysis (GBA). The purpose of this change is to enhance the gender equality outcomes of the CFLI program.

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A GBA will require applicants to:

consider how women, girls, men, and boys are affected differently by the problem their project is aiming to address, ensuring, at the same time, that the project does not cause harm
consult women and/or girls in the development of their project proposal
ensure that the views of those women and/or girls inform the project’s design
Note that consultations can include, but are not limited to, speaking to women and girls from the local community, women and other individuals who work for civil society organizations that have worked in the local community and female and male decision and change makers who have knowledge of the local community.

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Inadequate completion of a GBA may affect the consideration of your proposal.

Funding Information

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The average CFLI contribution is $10,000 to $30,000 Canadian Dollars (CAD$100,000 is the maximum allocation amount for a project eligible under CFLI). Consult the currency converter for local currency equivalents. Please note that all contributions are made in Canadian dollars and then converted to the local currency.

Eligibility Criteria

Eligible recipients include:

Local, national or community-based organization (non-governmental and not-for-profit)
Local municipal, regional or national government institution or agency of the recipient country
Local academic institution
Canadian organization (non-governmental or not-for-profit) that is working on local development activities
International or regional organization (non-governmental or not-for-profit) that is working on local development activities
Intergovernmental or multilateral institution, organization or agency working on local development activities
The majority of CFLI funding is to be directed toward local civil society organizations (including non-governmental organizations) and other institutions working at the local level. Other entities, such as international, intergovernmental, multilateral and regional organizations may be eligible for funding, provided they are working with local partners and on local projects that are consistent with the objectives of the CFLI. Similarly, municipal, regional and national government institutions may receive funding, provided that their projects are essentially local in nature. The CFLI is always looking to fund innovative projects that deliver measurable results.

For more information, visit https://www.international.gc.ca/world-monde/funding-financement/cfli-fcil/2020/malaysia-malaisie.aspx?lang=eng

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