UNHCR Call for EOIs: Inviting NGOs to Implement Projects with the United Nations Agencies in Syria

Deadline: 16 October 2017

The Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) in Syria is currently inviting non-governmental organizations (NGOs) authorized to implement projects with the United Nations Agencies in Syria to express interest to support UNHCR’s 2018 operations in Syria through partnership arrangements.

UNHCR’s overall protection strategy for 2018 is aligned with its global mandate for situations of internal displacement as well as the HRP priorities. With the overarching goal to address the impact of crisis, it is designed to address key challenges and priority concerns of IDPs, returnees and affected host communities through a wide range of community-based protection interventions.

Focus Sectors

  • Protection
  • WASH
  • Health
  • Early recovery & Livelihoods
  • Education
  • NFIs (Material Assistance)
  • Shelter

Objectives & Outcomes

  • Population has optimal access to education
    • Capacity development supported
    • Educational infrastructure constructed, improved or maintained
    • Alternative primary education provided or supported
  • Population has sufficient basic and domestic items
    • Core relief items provided
    • Seasonal and complementary items provided
  • Shelter and infrastructure established, improved and maintained
    • Emergency shelter provided
    • Long-term/permanent shelter provided and sustained
    • General site operations constructed and sustained
  • Health status of the population improved
    • Access to primary health care services provided or supported
    • Preventative and community-based health care services provided
    • Referral mechanisms established
  • Services for persons with specific needs strengthened
    • Support through in-kind assistance
    • Specific services for persons of concern with disabilities provided
    • Specific services for persons of concern with psychosocial needs provided
    • Support to persons of concern with specific needs provided
  • Community mobilization strengthened and expanded
    • Community leadership and decision-making supported
    • Community self-management supported
  • Self-reliance and livelihoods improved
    • Access to self-employment / business facilitated
    • Access to training and learning enabled
    • Access to wage earning employment facilitated
  • Access to legal assistance and legal remedies improved
    • Capacity development supported
    • Legal assistance provided
  • Risk of SGBV is reduced and quality of response improved
    • Capacity development supported
    • Participation of community in SGBV prevention and response enabled and sustained
    • Psychosocial counselling provided
  • Protection of children strengthened
    • Assessment and analysis undertaken
    • Community-based child protection structures established and functioning
  • Supply of potable water increased or maintained
    • Water system constructed, expanded or upgraded

How to Apply

All Concept Notes and supporting documents are required to be submitted via e-mail at the address given on the website.

Eligible Country: Syria

For more information, please visit UNHCR Call for EOIs.

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