UN Women/Moldova: Call for Proposals for Leadership and Participation in Decision Making (WIL)

Deadline: 29 January 2018

UN Women in Moldova is currently inviting qualified parties to submit Technical and Financial Proposals to provide services associated with the UN Women requirement for Responsible Party (Non-Governmental Organization,
Community Based Organizations(CBOs) and Academic Organizations).

UN Women Strategic Note for Moldova for the period 2018-2022 prioritizes a number of strategic directions to ensure that women led and participate in decision making at all levels, under an overall Theory of Change. The envisaged Impact is: Women lead, participate in and benefit equally from governance systems.

UN Women plans to engage Responsible Parties (Non-Governmental Organizations, Community Based Organizations (CBO) and Academic Organizations) to work towards the achievement of one or more of these three Outputs:

  • Output 1. Public institutions have capacities to analyze and improve legislation, policies, regulations and budgets in order to fulfill gender equality commitments;
  • Output 2. A new generation of women from diverse groups have skills, knowledge and support networks for civic and political activism; and
  • Output 3. Elected and appointed women have skills and knowledge to promote gender sensitive governance, in alliance with men.

The applicant organization may partner with other relevant organizations to complement its expertise, outreach capacity and build the capacities of grassroots organizations. Partners may be CSOs, but also governmental institutions, non-registered community based organizations, academic institutions or other.

Funding Information

The proposals are expected to cover a period of minimum 1 year/12 months to maximum 2 years/24 months, with a minimum budget of 50,000 USD.

How to Apply

Proposals must be submitted at the address given on the website.

For more information, please visit UN Women/Moldova.

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