Finnish Fund for Local Cooperation Call for Proposals is Now Open for Tanzanian | Deadline: 12th September, 2019

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Deadline: 12 September 2019
The Embassy of Finland in Dar es Salaam has announced a call for proposalsfor its “Fund for Local Cooperation”.
Fund for Local cooperation is part of Finland’s Country Strategy in Tanzania. It complements the Finnish-Tanzanian bilateral cooperation especially under the outcome area “More accountable and inclusive public policy making”.
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Aims
The 2019 Call for Concept Notes is looking for project proposals, which aim at supporting:
  • Human rights defenders
  • Fight against sexual and gender based violence
  • The rights of people with disabilities

The Embassy of Finland’s Fund for Local Cooperation (FLC) builds on the view that sustainable development cannot be achieved without an active civil society. In Tanzania, civil society organizations are needed both for their advocacy work as well as service delivery. The FLC aims to build partnerships between the civil society organizations and the Embassy of Finland and to support the organizations so that they can operate more effectively.

Funding Information
The maximum funding for core support per organization is 100 000 euros for the two period of two years and for the project based support 60 000 for the period of two years.
  • The Fund for Local Cooperation cannot support
  • Governmental institutions and/or organizations
  • A political party
  • Projects in which the beneficiary is a single person, single family, scholarships
  • Constructions
  • Charity activities
  • Purchasing land
  • Finnish beneficiaries
  • Basic research
  • Humanitarian aid
  • Microcredit systems
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Eligibility Criteria
  • Be ODA eligible
  • Be a Tanzanian non-governmental organization
  • Be registered and legally competent
  • Have been operational for a minimum of three years
  • Have at least 10% of funding from at least one other source (in kind contribution are not accounted)
  • Have a functional board of directors
  • Be a non-partisan organization
  • Demonstrate past success in work in defending the rights of human rights defenders, fight against sexual and gender based violence, or the rights of people with disabilities
  • Have a solid financial management system including regular financial audits, and a reliable monitoring, evaluation and reporting system, including capability to report in English
  • Have a sufficient infrastructure and human resources in Tanzania
  • Demonstrate experience of working with an international donor
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How to Apply
Applicants can apply online via given website.
Eligible Country : Tanzania
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