Deadline: 10 July 2017
The Department for International Development (DFID) of the UK Government is seeking proposals for its “Response to Cyclone MORA” under the Emergency Response and Recovery Fund (ERRF) which is managed by the SHPR Fund Management Office to support a humanitarian preparedness and response programme in Bangladesh.
The aim of the Strengthening Humanitarian Preparedness and Response (SHPR) programme is to provide more effective, timely and predictable humanitarian support to refugees in Bangladesh and to vulnerable communities following disasters. It aims to strengthen the ability of the Government of Bangladesh to meet the needs of these groups more effectively, speed up post-disaster action, and to reduce the scale of impact of disasters when they occur.
The proposals should detail how the proposed response will provide support to meet the priority needs of affected communities to restore houses, shelters, community facilities for refugees, food security status, water and sanitation, provision of education and learning centres.
- Minimum grant amount requested £ 200,000.
- The proposed activities should start no later than in August 2017 and be completed in six (6) months.
- The expected contract duration is for six months.
- Proposal received on time, and using the requested standard templates.
- The proposed interventions must address needs in the specified thematic area(s) and anchored to the attached needs assessments and subsequent analyses.
- Only partners with proven experience operating in the affected areas as defined in the needs assessments will be considered.
- The proposed activities should not duplicate any ongoing activities funded by DFID.
The evaluation committee will address the following questions during their appraisal:
- Gender mainstreaming
- Monitoring and evaluation for accountability and learning
How to Apply
Proposals must be submitted by email at the address given on the website.
Eligible Country: Bangladesh
For more information, please download the pdf SHPR Programme in Bangladesh.