The United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA), UN’s sexual and reproductive health agency, invites qualified organizations to submit proposals that will contribute to the following outputs of UNFPA Türkiye’s 7th Country Programme for 2021-2025:
- Output 1.1: Strengthened capacity of vulnerable groups and institutions to increase access to high quality, inclusive, and rights based reproductive health services, including in humanitarian settings.
- Output 2.1: Strengthened capacity of vulnerable groups and institutions to increase access to high-quality, inclusive, and rights-based protection and social cohesion services, including in humanitarian settings.
The purpose of the Invitation for Proposals is to identify eligible non-governmental organizations for prospective partnership with UNFPA Türkiye Country Office to support achievement of mentioned outputs.
UNFPA is specifically looking for programme submissions on:
- Capacity building of key stakeholders and implementing community based interventions to strengthen quality protection and response mechanisms for children and women at risk of child, early and forced marriages (CEFM) in line with international standards and to build community support for the improvement of social norms and attitudes favorable towards ending CEFM.
- Rights based Service delivery on sexual and reproductive health (SRH) and/or gender based violence (GBV) to people with disabilities, including refugees, especially in earthquake affected areas.
- Rights based Service delivery on SRH and/or GBV to young people, including refugees, especially in earthquake affected areas.
- Community-based interventions on SRH and/or GBV to improve resilience of affected populations in the earthquake affected areas.
- Capacity building and monitoring of private sector companies, municipalities and CSOs on SRH and/or GBV, including CEFM
Target groups shall be following: women at risk of violence, women at risk of CEFM, women at risk of unintended or frequent pregnancies, pregnant or lactating women, youth without employment, education or training; adolescents at risk of child marriage, migrants, refugees and asylum seekers; rural and migrant agricultural populations; roma populations and persons living with disabilities.
For more information, visit United Nations Population Fund (UNFPA).