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Call for Project Bids: Open Societies, Climate Change and Accessible Education in Panama

Call for Project Bids: Open Societies, Climate Change and Accessible Education in Panama


Deadline: 30-Apr-22

The British Embassy in Panama City is accepting proposals for projects to encourage civil society, non-profit and multilateral organizations that directly support the following thematic areas:

Open societies
Open data and access to information
Democracy
Human rights (LGBT+, afrodescendants, indigenous communities, resocialisation strategies)
Media freedom
Climate change
Waste management and recycling
Implementation of nationally-determined contributions (NDCs) and COP26 commitments, nature-based solutions
Energy transition, clean growth, tackling deforestation
Links between climate change and academia
Adaptation in indigenous communities
Accessible education
Bilingualism
Creative industries development, cultural, software, artificial intelligence (AI), IoT
Technologies for virtual learning
STEM education
Funding Information
The total cost of a project should be between $10,000 and $30,000 USD (or the equivalent in other currencies). Proposals must be submitted in the currency in which the organization operates.
Projects cannot last longer than 9 months.
Criteria
Activities can only start once there is an agreement officially in place with the British embassy.
The call for proposals is not intended for individuals, for-profit or government organizations.
They cannot consider projects that include the purchase of equipment and IT devices.
Ensure projects have clear, tangible, and achievable deliverables within the funding period.
The embassy will conduct a Due Diligence Assessment (DDA) to determine if a selected implementing partner has the capacity and capability to manage the funds and deliver project objectives. The embassy will save the right to decide whether it should maintain or reject a project depending on DDA outcomes.
Project proposals must be aligned with the FCDO´s priorities and thematic areas above.
Project proposals should identify the key beneficiaries and reflect the change they will bring.
Project proposals should state the issues they will address and why the UK should fund them.
Projects must qualify as Official Development Assistance (ODA). ODA is a term created by the Development Assistance Committee (DAC) of the Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD). ODA projects have, as a primary objective, the promotion of economic development and welfare in developing countries.
For more information, visit https://www.gov.uk/government/news/call-for-project-bids-2022-open-societies-climate-change-and-accessible-education-in-panama

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