Call for Proposals: Finnish Fund for Local Cooperation – Tanzania

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Call for Proposals: Finnish Fund for Local Cooperation – Tanzania

Deadline: 23-Apr-21

The Embassy of Finland is seeking applications for Finnish Fund for Local Cooperation to build partnerships between the civil society organizations and the Embassy of Finland and to support the organizations so that they can operate more effectively.

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Fund for Local cooperation is part of Finland’s Country Strategy in Tanzania. It complements the Finnish-Tanzanian bilateral cooperation especially under the outcome area “Finland promotes good inclusive governance, human rights and gender equality“.

The Embassy of Finland’s Fund for Local Cooperation (FLC) builds on the view that sustainable development cannot be achieved without an active civil society. In Tanzania, civil society organizations are needed both for their advocacy work as well as service delivery. The FLC aims

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The 2021 call is looking for project proposals, which aim at supporting:

Youth economic empowerment, especially young women
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The maximum funding for project support per organization is 80 000 euros for the period of two years.
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Any organization/project selected for funding has to meet the following criteria and present the information in the proposal document:

be ODA eligible
be a Tanzanian non-governmental organization
be registered and legally competent
have been operational for a minimum of three years
have at least 10% of funding from at least one other source (in kind contribution are not accounted)
have a functional board of directors
be a non-partisan organization
demonstrate past success in work on youth empowerment, especially young women , land
rights for rural women and indigenous people, the rights of people with disabilities
have a long term strategy, a solid financial management system including regular financial
audits, and a reliable monitoring, evaluation and reporting system, including capability to report in English
have a sufficient infrastructure and human resources in Tanzania
demonstrate experience of working with an international donor
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