British Embassy Quito, Ecuador seeking Proposals for Bilateral Cooperation Fund 2019-20

Deadline: 31 May 2019

The British Embassy Quito (BEQ) is currently accepting proposals for innovative projects, with concrete objectives and measurable policy outcomes.

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The BEQ will run a competitive bidding process in order to ensure use of the allocation for high-quality projects that deliver maximum impact and value for money.

The project funds are designated to support links between the UK and Ecuador in a number of priority areas through small–scale, high-impact project interventions (up to USD 15,000).

Priority Areas

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Proposals should relate to one of the following policy areas:

  • Gender-based violence prevention, gender inclusion and women’s and girls’ empowerment.
  • Human Rights, media freedom, disability rights.
  • Environment and climate change.
  • Crisis Preparedness.
  • Anti-corruption and transparency.

Criteria

In order to be eligible, organisation or agency must be a legal entity, not-for-profit or commercial company, a registered non-governmental (NGO) or governmental organisation, and must demonstrate:

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  • Proof of legal registration.
  • Previous experience in delivering and managing projects.
  • Preferably previous experience working with international agencies/organisations.
  • The capacity to deliver at least 85% of the proposed project activity by mid-December 2019.

Key Dates

  • 3 – 6 June – Proposals reviewed by the BEQ Projects Board.
  • 7 June – Follow-up with short-listed proposals.
  • 26 June – Deadline for implementers to submit Project Proposal Forms and Activity Based Budget.
  • 3 July – Final review of proposals by BEQ Projects Board.
  • 5 July – Outcome of successful bids notified to implementers.

How to Apply

Applicants should send all project documents electronically at the address given on the website.

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For more information, please visit https://www.gov.uk/government/news/beq-calls-for-bids-for-its-bilateral-cooperation-fund-2019-20

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