Call for proposals: F-sure Karamoja Project Micro-Grants (UG)

UNDP

The UNDP GEF Small Grants Programme invites applications/proposals from registered indigenous non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and community based organizations (CBOs) for grants to implement community level projects that enhance ecosystem services, adopt sustainable land management practices, and innovate alternative livelihood options in six districts of Karamoja Region comprising: Moroto, Kotido, Kaabong, Karenga, Nakapiripirit and Nabilatuk. Maximum grant shall not exceed US$ 20,000 per project and the project lifetime shall not exceed 1 year (12 months).

Proposed interventions should target local communities including subsistence farmers, pastoralists, agro-pastoralists and other resource users and ensure that vulnerable segments of the population in the project area have sustainable livelihoods and employment including improved agricultural systems, to manage the population dynamics, economic disparities, environment shocks and recovery.

Priority will be given to proposals that respond to one or both of the following objectives:

  1. Contribute to reversal of land degradation and deforestation, biodiversity loss, and a reduction of climate change emissions
  2. Promote diversification and improvement of livelihoods and livelihood options through techniques like water harvesting, post-harvest management, business skills development, etc

In addition, proposals that demonstrate innovative approaches through which local enterprises and communities, particularly women, are able to access alternative energy; adapt to climate change; and sustainably use natural resources for productive purposes are preferred.

Intending applicants can access and download the F-SURE KARAMOJA PROJECT MICROGRANTS Guidelines for Developing Proposals from the UNDP Uganda Procurement Notices at www.ug.undp.org/procurement. The same can also be accessed from the UNDP MOROTO FIELD OFFICE in Moroto Town or office of the District Production and Marketing Department in the respective districts. Copies will also be pinned on the general notice boards at the district administration offices, sub-county offices, and local councils.

Applications/proposals should be submitted to tenders.kampala@undp.org  by no later than 17:00 hours on Friday, October 30, 2020 and addressed to:

Registry
UNDP Uganda Country Office
Plot 11 Yusuf Lule Road
P. O. Box 7184
Kampala

Attn: F-SURE KARAMOJA PROJECT MICROGRANTS

 

Source: UNDP

 


 

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