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Call for Proposals: Preventing discrimination in development and promoting right to health of women

Funds for NGOs
Last date 14 July 2017

Activities: Women/Gender,Health/Nutrition,Others

2017 Human Rights INGO Call for Proposals: Preventing discrimination in development and promoting the right to health of women and girls

The Unit for Human Rights Policy at the Ministry for Foreign Affairs of Finland announces a Call for Proposals directed to international non-governmental organisations (INGOs) that focus on promoting human rights and preventing discrimination in development or promote the implementation of the right to health of women and girls. The deadline for proposals is Friday the 14th of July 2017 (at 16:15 Finnish time, GMT+3, i.e. note daylight saving time)

The Ministry for Foreign Affairs (the Ministry) allocate development cooperation funds to INGOs, whose objectives and activities are in line with Finland's development policy priorities and goals. This form of support complements Finland’s human rights policy activities, Finland's regional and sectoral development cooperation and policy objectives in areas of strategic importance. The Ministry values synergies with ongoing cooperation funded by Finland and in Finland’s focus countries. The INGO support is a discretionary government transfer granted by the Ministry. The Discretionary Government Transfers Act (Valtionavustuslaki 688/2001) is applied in INGO support procedures and the use of the grant.

Grants to INGOs may be either core funding or project support.

Core funding can be granted only to INGOs that are on the DAC-list of ODA- eligible international organisations.
In case an organisation is not on the DAC- list of ODA- eligible International organisations, project support may be assigned to cover activities which are ODA eligible.
 
The overall eligibility is defined below.

Minimum requirements for applicants
 
From the point of view of development cooperation funding, the Ministry considers INGOs to be non-profit organisations that operate politically and administratively independently of governments. In order to be eligible, an INGO has to meet the following minimum requirements:

The INGO has to have:

at least three different nationalities represented in its leading governing body/bodies;
global approach with operations in more than two countries;
been registered or legally competent for at least two years;
funding from at least one other source.
Requirements related to objectives of the funding proposal:
 
1. Thematic Focus Areas of the Call

The selected overall objectives of the Call this year are promotion of economic, social and cultural rights, in particular the right to health of  women and girls, as well as preventing discrimination in development. The objectives and focus topics of this Call for Proposals are listed below. The applicants are requested to indicate under which focus area they apply for funding. The same INGO can send maximum one application per focus area (A and/or B). Proposals which do not relate to these objectives cannot be funded.

A. Preventing discrimination in development Support will be considered for proposals that:

Aim to promote human rights through work with development impacts which address discrimination in development. In order for a proposal to be successful, the applicant has to demonstrate that the objectives related to the grant cover both the international levels and national levels in more than two countries. The applicant has to also demonstrate solid experience in capacity building for the promotion of human rights of both duty-bearers and rights-holders and in promoting awareness concerning discrimination in development. Proposals should to contribute to both development impacts at country levels as well as progress in international human rights and development policy work Priority will be given to applicants whose work is focused on the rights of persons with disabilities, or LGBTI persons and/or proposals which address intersectional and/or multiple discrimination. The Ministry prioritises proposals which contribute to capacity building, advocacy, data collection and studies aiming at identifying and addressing underlying causes of discrimination, inequality and poverty and in identifying best practises to strengthen the rights of the focus groups in development. .

The Grant is allocated by the Unit for Human Rights Policy (POL-40). Financing will be available to 0--3 proposals with contract duration of 3 years. The total amount of funding available for this thematic focus area is maximum 3 000 000 euros (for 3 years), the funding being subject to Parliamentary approval.

B. Promotion of the right to health of women and girls: Support will be considered for proposals that:

Aim to promote the realization of the right to health of women and girls in ODA recipient countries and in international policy work to strengthen the human rights based approach to health service delivery and accountability of the health sector. In order for an applicant to be successful, it has to demonstrate that the activities related to the grant cover international and national levels in more than two countries. Proposals should to contribute to both development impacts at country levels as well as progress in international human rights and development policy work. Priority will be given to applicants whose area of work includes some of the following objectives; promotion of Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights and/or health services for target groups such as girls in and outside school, young women, or migrants, refugees and victims of trafficking or other groups risking discrimination and marginalization including in situations of fragility and conflict. Proposals have to show how they mirror international human rights standards in development outcomes and contribute to building capacity of both duty-bearers and rights-holders and address identified capacity gaps (i.a. legislation, policy and administration).The applications should indicate how other priority areas of Finland’s human rights policy, in particular economic, social and cultural rights and non-discrimination are enhanced.

The Grant is allocated by the Unit for Human Rights Policy (POL-40). Financing will be available to 0-2 proposals with contract duration of 3 years. The total amount of funding available for this thematic area is maximum 1 295 000 euros (for 3 years), the funding being subject to Parliamentary approval.

The discretionary grant to INGOs is used to complement other activities aiming to implement Finland’s human rights policy. The Ministry for Foreign Affairs therefore prioritises applications that promote the flagship projects and cross-cutting objectives outlined in the Human Rights Strategy of the Foreign Service of Finland in addition to the implementation of the Finnish Development Policy principles and priorities.
 

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