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Call for applications: National implementing partner for USAID-BHA funded project 

By GNDR
5 January 2023

Opportunities

We are looking for National Implementing Partners in 11 countries to work on the project Locally-led humanitarian solutions: Building resilience in fragile contexts affected by climate change in close collaboration with GNDR.   

 

The specific objective of this call-for-applications is to identify organisations in the following countries:

Africa & West Asia – Yemen, Iraq, Benin, Côte d’Ivoire, Democratic Republic of Congo

Asia –   Pakistan, Azerbaijan, Bangladesh

LAC –   Colombia, Guatemala, Honduras

 

The selected 11 National Implementing partners will be expected to take their learning and then use it to capacity build another CSO in their country as part of the secondary phase. This also stands as pre-condition for this application.

The project intervention aims to provide evidence that humanitarian actions in response to climate change impacts:

  • are informed by and respond to the local needs
  • provide enabling mechanisms to the communities most at risk to take informed actions
  • include the involvement of local voices in humanitarian mechanisms and decision-making
  • are equitable and inclusive especially for women, children, people with disabilities as well as displaced communities, and 
  • consider a layered and sequenced approach to actions, can contribute greatly to addressing the gaps in the triple nexus space

This evidence will then be used to advocate for permanent change across humanitarian mechanisms and policies, and subsequently within all relevant humanitarian actions. 

We are ideally looking for organisations that have the following attributes:

  • Are a non-profit entity with a national legal status of operation in the countries mentioned above
  • Are a GNDR member 
  • Are able to accept funding locally from United Kingdom and manage all aspects of the sub-granting processes 
  • Have connections with local civil society organisations and have access to other key stakeholders at the national and local level. 
  • Work with the frontline communities most at risks and demonstrates strong experience of working in the conflict affected areas impacted by climate change and underlying stresses.
  • Work on developing the resilience of communities through specific interventions such as conflict management and peace building, humanitarian, climate change adaptation and risk reduction actions, advocacy and campaigns
  • Work with the humanitarian and development actors as part of HDP nexus and other communities of practice
  • Work and have linkages with the national and sub-national stakeholders, such as government, academia, private sector and other civil society organisations and groups
  • Implement and conduct participatory processes and research at the community level especially focusing on the women, children & youth, elderly, IDPS and Refugees.
  • Conduct trainings and design workshops with the Partner Organisations
  • Train and monitor the local Civil Society Organisations on the aspects of disaster risk reduction, climate change and peace building
  • Collate project data and conduct the primary analysis of such data
  • Are registered on SAM database ( not applicable for Iraq, Pakistan and Yemen)
  • Have project management expertise and capacity to monitor budgets and maintain optimal effectiveness of the project
  • Have previous experience of working on USAID BHA, European Union Programs and ability to hold the income between $100000 and $500000
  • Are compliant to the national government’s rules and regulations and should be able to provide relevant documentation for due diligence processes
  • Have good internet and communication facilities
  • Follow the Humanitarian Code of Conduct and Protections Policy for the staff, communities, and external stakeholders.
  • Have safeguarding and security policies in place for the staff, communities and external stakeholders.

Please send your application written in English, Spanish or French. No handwritten documents will be accepted. The application should be submitted in word format. 

Where and how to send the application

The application must be submitted through e-mail to rehema.batti@gndr.org

Deadline for submission of application

Only full applications will be assessed. Applicants must use the full application form. The deadline for submitting applications is 5 February 2023.

Please click below for more information on how to apply:

As an international charity, GNDR strives to be inclusive in all its activities, and encourages applicants of Black, Asian and ethnic minority backgrounds for all roles.

 

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