Détails du projet

Vue d'ensemble

Titre du projet

Strengthening national humanitarian mine action capacity through the implementation of Explosive Ordnance VA Activities, Emergency RE and First Aid Training in the northern regions of Mali

Call for proposals / Grant notice
21 nov 2020

Publié

21 novembre 2020

Date limite

5 janvier 2021

Budget

 


Type d'approvisionnement

Subventions

Référence

UNOPSZ219355

Bailleur de fonds

UNOPS - Bureau des Nations unies pour les services d'appui aux projets


Durée estimée

24 mois


Pays

Mali

Strengthening national humanitarian mine action capacity through the implementation of Explosive Ordnance VA Activities, Emergency RE and First Aid Training in the northern regions of Mali


Grant support-call for proposal


Reference: MAL/UNMAS/22299/2020/003

Beneficiary country(ies): Mali


Deadline on: 05-Jan-2021 12:00 (GMT 0.00) Western Europe Time, London, Lisbon, Casablanca


Description

The UNOPS Peace and Security Cluster invites interested and eligible applicants to apply for a Call for Proposals ('CFP') for the grant project: Strengthening national humanitarian mine action capacity through the implementation of Explosive Ordnance Victim Assistance Activities (VA), Emergency Explosive Ordnance Risk Education (EORE) and First Aid Training in the northern regions of Mali.

This is a two-year project and INGOs should work developmentally with at least one, and a maximum of two NNGO(s), in order to:

  1. Establish a formal and long-term partnership committed to the transfer of the skills, knowledge and attributes required for the independent conduct of VA and EORE activities by the NNGO(s);.
  2. Develop NNGOs to have the technical, organisational and project management capacity enabling them to effectively manage and implement activities in their own right as HMA humanitarian actors and to a level where accreditation in line with Mine Action standards is achieved to obtain organizational accreditation under mine action standards.
  3. Create fully nationalized VA/emergency EORE teams, able to operate safely and effectively in accordance with Mine Action standards, under the accreditation of the INGO(s). 
  4. Physically complete VA and emergency EORE activities. 
  5. Deliver first aid training to community members, civil society organizations and focal points, through a specialised organization or accredited in-house capacities.

Hyperlinks to relevant documents: 

https://www.ungm.org/Public/Notice/118329