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UNDP Call for Proposal for Low Value Grant Program in Indonesia

UNDP Call for Proposal for Low Value Grant Program in Indonesia

Deadline: 25-Nov-21

The United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is calling for proposals for Low Value Grant to strengthen the Roles of Women to promote resilience against Women Extremism, Regardless of Different Religious Backgrounds.

Outputs
The proposed objective(s) will be achieved by the following outputs through these activities and actions in Indonesia:

Output 1: Strengthening Policy Assistance in order to develop, coordinate and implement National Action Plan on P/CVE.
Output 2: National network, data and trend analysis to stakeholders to prevent violent extremism and radicalism in Indonesia is available.
Output 3: Strengthened capacities and resilience of P/CVE actors towards the extremist narratives and processes of radicalization.
Key Activities and Performance Targets
The proposed activities should demonstrate how to strengthen the capacity and roles of women to promote resilience against violent extremism regardless of different religious backgrounds. At the minimum, the proposed activities are expected to:

To facilitate the efforts in strengthening the roles of women to promote resilience against violent extremism regardless of different religious backgrounds, in particular to solve the obstacle faced, in term of structurally, culturally, internally, externally, and financially.
To develop human interest stories to promote tolerance, respect for diversity, and strengthen the role of women in family and neighbourhood to prevent violent extremism.
Location and Target Beneficiaries
The selected organization will work in Jakarta and other areas in Indonesia, such as Bandung, Bogor, Makassar, Malang, and Surakarta, ensuring effective coordination and facilitation of activities. The organization will be responsible to remain in regular communications with focal points from UNDP Indonesia Country Office and Government Stakeholders.
Eligibility Criteria
The grant recipient (civil society or non-governmental organization, academia) with experience in conducting activities/ programme in the area of prevention of violent extremism (PVE) and youth movement; experience in the area of promotion of peace, tolerance, and respect for diversity through communication tools; and previous experience in working with private sectors, such as Google, YouTube, Facebook, Twitter and Instagram is an advantage, shall complete and submit the Grant Proposal in accordance with UNDP’s Low Value Grant Proposal.
For more information, visit https://procurement-notices.undp.org/view_notice.cfm?notice_id=85524

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