Deadline: July 17 2020 by 23:59 WAT.
Request for Proposal -PIND Conflict Management Interventions in Delta State (Grants available)
PIND’s small grants project supports CSOs to address drivers of conflict in communities of the Niger Delta. PIND seeks proposals from CSOs focused on addressing any of the following conflict issues in the coastal communities in Delta State:
- Leadership transition
- Issues Land disputes
- Communal conflicts
- Political tensions
- Inter/ethnic conflicts
The Foundation for Partnership Initiatives in the Niger Delta is seeking proposals from Civil Society Organisations to carry out conflict management interventions in Communities of Delta State particularly in any of the following communities;
Benikrukru, Makaraba, Oporoza, Okerenkoko, Kokodiagbene, Kenyagbene, Okoyitoru, Opuama, Tsekelewu, Dagbolo, Ugbo Monye Olougbene, Korowei (DUMOK), Opia, Ikenyan, Ogbudugbudu, Adagbarasa, Polobubor, Opuama, Dinkoru and Ode-Ugborodo, Madangho, Ajudaibo, Ogidigben, Ijaghala, Ugboegungun, Jakpa, Ugboelegin Aja-Amita, Tebu, Udo, Ebrohimi, Gbokoda, Obaghoro, Kolokolo, Tisun, Usor, Ureju, Sagharatie, Eghoro, Deghele, Bateren, Omadino,
WHO CAN APPLY:
Civil Society Organizations operating in any of the Niger Delta States are encouraged to apply, especially those with experience in implementing peacebuilding projects. However, there will be additional consideration for organizations that are based in Delta State. All P4P organizational members are encouraged to apply.
HOW TO APPLY:
Interested organizations should submit Technical proposal including a detailed monitoring and evaluation plan and budgets should be emailed to [email protected] with the subject heading ‘Peacebuilding Proposal’ along with mandatory item/supporting documents.
For more info about work order and mandatory required items from consultants, all who intends to bid should review the terms of reference (ToR) provided below.