British Embassy in Jakarta: Call for Concept Notes for 2018/2019 ASEAN Project

Deadline: 6 June 2018

The British Embassy in Jakarta is currently accepting concept notes for the 2018/2019 financial year (April 2018-March 2019).

The program is particularly interested in concept notes which aim to work together with ASEAN institutions to achieve progress on any of the themes stated below on an ASEAN-wide scale.

Themes

  • Human Rights – such as modern slavery (e.g. human trafficking), girls’ education, and combating illegal wildlife trade.
  • Security and Stability – including but not limited to countering violent extremism & terrorism, countering weapons proliferation, countering illegal migration, securing cyberspace, ensuring safe return of refugees, humanitarian assistance and disaster recovery, and supporting the Rules Based International System.
  • Economy and Innovation – including but not limited to market and trade reform to support free trade, energy policy and regulatory reform to support a low carbon economy, and international science collaboration to tackle global challenges such as anti-microbial resistance and oceans.

Grant Information

Projects are funded for a single financial year running from 15 July 2018 to 31 March 2019, with no expectation of continued funding beyond this period. Preference may be given to projects due to be completed by the end of December 2018.

  • Minimum budget limit: £20,000
  • Maximum budget limit: £40,000

Criteria

Bids will be assessed against the following criteria:

  • Alignment with the above mentioned thematic priorities and outcomes
  • Outcomes are achievable within the funding period
  • Project design includes clear monitoring and evaluation procedures
  • Sustainability demonstrating that project benefits continue after the funding ends
  • Risk and financial accountability procedures
  • The organisation’s safeguarding policies that ensure protection of beneficiaries
  • Overall value for money

How to Apply

Concept notes must be submitted via email at the address given on the website.

For more information, please visit ASEAN Project.

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