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Embassy of the Czech Republic in Cambodia announces Small-Scale Projects (SSP) 2021

Embassy of the Czech Republic in Cambodia announces Small-Scale Projects (SSP) 2021

 

The Embassy of the Czech Republic in Cambodia is launching its annual call for proposals for the Small-Scale Projects (SSPs). These projects are directly managed by the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Phnom Penh and complementary to the large multiple-year projects implemented by the Czech Development Agency (CzDA). SSPs represent important component of the Czech Republic´s Development Cooperation with Cambodia since 2006.

1000 new grants and donors
Priority Areas

SSP projects should focus preferably on priority areas set by the Bilateral Development Cooperation Program 2018 – 2023:

inclusive social development (health and education) and natural resources management (water and sanitation), or
should be complementary to activities of the Czech Development Cooperation.
Funding Information

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Funding provided by the Czech Republic for each project ranges between 200 000 CZK (approx. 8 000 USD) to maximum limit 500 000 CZK (approx. 20 000 USD).

Proposals must contain:

Completed Identification Form (enclosed below) with stamp and signature. All information related to the proposed project should be included in the Identification Form (Embassy will not accept any annexes to IF);
Copy of the Document proving the applicant’s legal status e. g. founding charter, license/registration paper with the Cambodian Ministry of Interior (if it is in Khmer, please copy and attach its English translation)/MoU with the Cambodian Ministry of Foreign Affairs and International Cooperation;
Copy of the Authorization letter empowering the signed person to act on the applicant’s behalf (officer in charge, board member in case of the director is out of country).
Who is eligible?

Deadline Free Grants
Only subjects that can demonstrate their independent legal status in Cambodia can submit SSP proposal(s):

Non-political and non-governmental organizations only;
Implementer of the SSP is a local subject with legal status in the country of the project implementation;
Implementer must be eligible to sign contract with MFA CZ; thus the contract would fall under jurisdiction of Czech law and Czech courts.
The majority of SSP 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 can be eligible for a contribution provided that they are working with local partners and on local projects. Similarly educational, health, social or cultural institutions may receive SSP funding provided that their projects are essentially local in nature.

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