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Call for Proposals: SOS African Heritage 2021

Call for Proposals: SOS African Heritage 2021


Deadline: 18-Jun-21

The German Commission for UNESCO herewith invites UNESCO World Heritage sites and UNESCO Biosphere Reserves in Africa to submit proposals for projects that help them to overcome an existing impairment caused by the COVID 19 pandemic.

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By providing financial and technical support to UNESCO World Heritage sites and Biosphere Reserves in Africa, the German Commission for UNESCO aims at helping to maintain independent and sustainable organizational structures, strengthen the involvement and participation of civil society and local communities and to protect the uniqueness of the sites. The funding is also designated to secure activities focusing on education for sustainable development, global citizenship education and cultural diversity.

With #SOSAfricanHeritage 2021, the German Commission for UNESCO continues to contribute to a relief fund of the German Federal Foreign Office and the Goethe-Institut which responds to the impact of the COVID 19 pandemic on cultural and educational organizations in countries where both sectors have no or very little alternative means of support.

The German Commission for UNESCO welcomes applications from all UNESCO World Heritage sites and Biosphere Reserves in Africa.

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Funding Information

The project budget must range between 10,000 EUR and 20,000 EUR.

Eligibility Criteria

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Eligible for funding are the institutions officially defined as responsible for the sites inscribed on UNESCO’s World Heritage List or in UNESCO’s World Network of Biosphere Reserves and their management. Applications are possible from all African countries that are Member States of UNESCO, including those in North Africa. The applications must emanate directly from these officially defined institutions. Applying institutions/sites need to have a valid bank account registered under their legal name.
Applications must be submitted in English or French via the attached application form.
Ineligible

The following types of projects will not be eligible for funding:

On-going projects or activities
Co-funding of another project or combination with other project funds of third parties
Covering debts and obligations
General operational/running costs of the applicant institution without connection to the project proposed
Projects or activities which consist exclusively or primarily in capital expenditure, such as infrastructure, land, equipment
Projects that envisage the acquisition of weapons or other hazardous material
For more information, visit http://whc.unesco.org/en/news/2291?utm_source=dlvr.it&utm_medium=twitter

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