British Embassy Yemen: International Programme Fund COVID-19
Proposals invited for project work to build resilience against the effects of COVID-19 among vulnerable communities in Yemen.
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In this call for proposals, they will prioritize bids that come from civil society organizations or work through civil society organizations as part of a consortium. They strongly encourage women-led or gender-focused organizations to apply. They welcome proposals for work in all regions of Yemen.
Successful projects should have sustainable outcomes and should clearly identify the change that will be brought about. They may also build on projects by other organizations, complementing their efforts, but should not duplicate existing work.
Examples of activities that projects might support include but are not limited to:
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Raising awareness around routes of transmission of COVID-19 and protective sanitation measures in at-risk communities;
Providing grants to small businesses affected by the economic downturn associated with the COVID-19 pandemic;
Supporting women who have unpaid care duties or are working in the informal healthcare sector;
Distributing hygiene kits to families, IDP camps, schools, hospitals or other public institutions;
Providing psychosocial support to individuals whose mental health is at increased risk of suffering as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic;
Building the resilience of vulnerable communities affected by the impacts, both primary and secondary, of the COVID-19 pandemic in Yemen.
The maximum grant funding for any project is £60,000.
This may be in addition to co-funding and self-funding contributions.
They welcome proposals for work in all regions of Yemen.
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Proposals will be evaluated against the following criteria:
Fit to overall objective;
The extent to which the proposal addresses the issues;
How well defined and relevant the project outcome/purpose is and how outputs will deliver this change;
Value for money; and
The organisation’s previous experience.
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The British Embassy Sana’a reserves the right to carry out due diligence of potential grantees, including seeking references, as part of the selection process.
Bidding is competitive and only selected projects will receive funding. The Embassy reserves the right to accept or reject any or all bids without incurring any obligation to inform the affected applicant(s) of the grounds of such acceptance or rejection. Due to the volume of bids expected they will not be able to provide feedback on unsuccessful bids.
No organisation can financially profit from receiving grant funding – proposals from for-profit organisations for grant funding can only be considered if an officially registered non-profit making arm or division of the for-profit organisation will deliver the project.
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