CFPs to Provide Legal Service and COVID-19 and Human Rights Awareness (Liberia)

CFPs to Provide Legal Service and COVID-19 and Human Rights Awareness (Liberia)

Deadline: 04-Sep-20

UNDP is seeking proposals from qualified CSOs/CBOs to provide legal aid service with an emphasis on survivors of SGBV and provide COVID-19 and human rights awareness in Bomi, Bong, Gbarpolu, Grand Bassa, Grand Kru, Margibi, Maryland, Montserrado, River Cess, River Gee, and Sinoe Counties.

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The Joint Rule of Law Programme’s engagement in this area seeks to address key developmental challenges by promoting the rights of women, gender equality, and children’s rights while ensuring that physical and legal protection, as well as the psychological wellbeing of people, communities and civil society and that their access to justice is enhanced.

The Programme will support an enabling environment for growth and development by strengthening transparency institutions to increase accountability and combat corruption while introducing policy and structural reforms to ensure that the judiciary and relevant law enforcement agencies—in close collaboration with other relevant sectors—provide timely, credible, predictable and acceptable responses to crimes and legal disputes.


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Provide legal aid service, psychosocial support and legal awareness for survivors of SGBV in the above-mentioned counties and ensure that their cases are prosecuted in the courts;
Ensure that safe homes are functional and that survivors of SGBV receive gender-sensitive care and protection;
Conduct awareness on COVID-19 response and human rights in selected communities in the above-mentioned counties;
Work with relevant government institutions and other key stakeholders for proper coordination and promotion of access to justice for vulnerable groups including women and girls; and
Provide regular updates as well as progress and financial reports
Eligibility Criteria

Grants will be awarded to organizations based on the following considerations:

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National or local Civil Society Organization (CSO)/Community Based Organization (CBO)
The CSO/CBO is duly registered in Liberia and must have an office in their proposed county(ies).
The organization’s proven administrative and financial management capacity to undertake the project;
The relevance of the proposal to achieving the expected results and related budget; and
The institutional capacity of the CSO/CBO
Selection Criteria

The proposal will be selected on the basis of technical (75%) and financial (25%) assessments.
The technical assessment will review the following:
The relevance of the proposal to achieving expected results (25%)
Experience working with UNDP (5%)
Local experience and presence (20%)
Realistic work plan and timeline to complete activities (5%)
Applicants’ institutional capacity and relevant experience (15%)
Sustainability of intervention (5%)
The financial assessment will review:
Value for money (20%);
Administrative management (5%)
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