NGO Management - Indian NGO Funding Training Agencies Database

NGO Portal is a comprehensive knowledgebase of NGO’s and Non-Profits from India and around the world.
It contains a wealth of information regarding NGOs, NGO management, finalcial and legal aspects.
Contact  |  Sitemap
NGO Portal is a comprehensive knowledgebase of NGO’s and Non-Profits from India and around the world.
It contains a wealth of information regarding NGOs, NGO management, finalcial and legal aspects.ngo database, ngo funding agencies, ngo india, indian ngos, international ngos, ngo training institutes
, financial management related ngos, legal aspects related ngos, fcra related ngo, income tax related ngo, registration related ngo,
provident fund related ngo, grants management in ngo, hr related ngo, developement jobs in ngo, consultants in ngo, admin related ngo,
vehicle management in ngo, travel related ngo, contracts in ngo, ngo news

Call for Proposals - End Violence Against Children

Funds for Ngos Last date 4th September 2016

Activities: Children,Others

 
The Fund to End Violence Against Children seeks proposals for grants that address the Fund's first priority area - online child sexual exploitation

The Fund accepts multi-year grant applications for up to $1million in English, French and Spanish submitted online through the application portal. 

Applications are available between 12th July to 4th September 2016. The deadline for this round is 23:59ET 4 September 2016. 

Each applicant will be asked to submit the following documents as part of their applicaiton:


[UPDATE] - "Personnel costs of not more than 30%" no longer forms part of the essential criteria. 

[UPDATE] - The deadline for applications has been extended to 23:59ET 4 September 2016

 
Introduction:Every year, at least a billion children are exposed to violence, while a child dies a violent death everyfive minutes. This epidemic of violence can no longer be ignored.
 
Agenda 2030 makes an explicit, bold and universal commitment to ending violence against
children, in all its forms, as part of an integrated agenda for investing in children and enabling them
to reach their full potential. In target 16.2 and other violence-related targets of the Sustainable
Development Goals, UN Member States commit to end abuse, exploitation, trafficking, torture and
all forms of violence against children by 2030.
 
The Global Partnership to End Violence against Children (“the Partnership”) and the associated
Fund will support actions that realize this commitment by supporting those working to prevent and
respond to violence, protect childhood and make societies safe for children.
 
This work will support the delivery of all other Sustainable Development Goals for children.
 
About the Global Partnership to End Violence Against Children:The Global Partnership serves as a multi-sectoral, multi-stakeholder platform to convene, support and coordinate efforts to implement target 16.2 and other targets related to violence against children. The Partnership’s approach is rights-based, child-centered and universal, based on the conviction that violence is preventable, not inevitable.
 

« Back

Similar Posts

Ford Foundation Grants New Ideas

Arcus Foundation Grants - LGBT Rights & Conservation of Apes

Charles Steward Mott Foundation Grants for South Africa

Latest Funding for International NGOs

Latest Funding for Indian NGOs

Consumer Welfare Fund- Call for Proposals

PRIZE FOR INNOVATION IN GLOBAL SECURITY

National Endowment for Democracy Grants 2017

Innovate Call for Proposals

Kawamura Arts and Cultural Foundation Grants for Socially Engaged Art Support Grant

Call for Submission of Small Local Projects for 2018

Folke Bernadotte Academy Grants - Women Participation and Protection in Conflict Situations

Advertise with Us








Home |  About Us |  NGO Database |  Funding Agencies |  Financial/Legal |  HR & Admin |  Grants Management

Some information contained in this website has been collected from various sources including other websites on the internet. While all the information is deemed to be correct, NGOPortal.org has not verified them and does not endorse the accuracy of the information published on this website. Readers are strongly advised to verify them on their own and use the information at their own risk.

© Copyright 2020 NGO Portal. All Rights Reserved. Website Developed by Webtenet