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Sectors: Citizenship, Education - Training, Environment, Human Rights, Local development, Social Affairs, Youth

Beneficiaries: Non-profit organisations

Regions: Africa-Carribean-Pacific, European Union

Category: Call for proposals

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WE Funding – DCI/EIDHR – Enable…
Funds for: Enabling CSOs to operate as governance and development actors in the Republic of Guinea to contribute to improving the living conditions of communities
Main beneficiaries: CSOs

Responsible: European commission

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Funds for: Enable CSOs to operate as governance and development actors in the Republic of Guinea to contribute to improving the living conditions of communities
Main beneficiaries: CSOs

Priorities and funded actions:

Objectives
* To enable CSOs to operate as governance and development actors in the Republic of Guinea to contribute to improving the living conditions of communities;
* To enable Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) to operate as governance and development actors in order to support, in a rights-based approach, on the one hand, an environment that respects human rights and, on the other hand, a democratic process that is still in transition in the Republic of Guinea

Priorities
* Lot 1: OSC
– Promotion of the economic and social rights of women and youth (including young women) and their empowerment, including through access to resources, productive employment, decent work conditions and financial services;
– Increase the participation of CSOs in environmental protection, climate change mitigation and adaptation to its various impacts;
– Increase the participation of CSOs in the prevention and management of irregular migration;
– Increase the participation of CSOs in the prevention, social control, resolution and/or mitigation of risks and vulnerabilities in fragile and conflict-affected areas, particularly in mining areas;
* Lot 2: EIDHR
– Increase the capacity of women’s CSOs working to combat gender-based violence against vulnerable groups (women and minors);
– Enhance CSO capacity to prevent and mitigate electoral violence

Among the actions financed
* Lot 1: OSC
– Advocacy for the improvement of the institutional framework to support the Republic of Guinea in establishing laws, policies and institutions that improve the economic empowerment, security and rights of women and youth;
– Promotion of sexual and reproductive health and rights;
– Reforestation, agroforestry, ecosystem restoration, springhead protection;
– Support socio-economic initiatives aimed at generating employment and targeting populations with limited access to economic opportunities;
– Promote the participation of individuals and communities in playing an active role in conflict management and resolution in order to contribute to the development of an inclusive and peaceful society
* Lot 2: EIDHR
– Combating the practice of genital mutilation through awareness-raising activities for communities, local authorities and schools;
– Support for the professional reorientation of female circumcisers towards other income-generating activities;
– Professionalization of electoral observation and monitoring activities of CSOs through training and production of educational tools;
– Parallel counting of votes by civil society to increase transparency and thus strengthen confidence in election results

Additional information
* This call for proposals is a restricted call for proposals. In first instance, only concept notes will be evaluated

* Initial duration of the action:
– Lot 1: between 24 and 48 months;
– Lot 2: between 18 and 36 months

* Eligibility:
– Be a legal person;
– Be non-profit-making;
– Belong to one of the following categories of organizations: civil society organization;
– Be established in an EEA Member State, the Republic of Guinea, or a country eligible for this call
– The lead applicant must act with one or more co-applicants;
– If the applicant is a national other than Guinean, at least one of his co-applicants must be a Guinean national;
– For Lot 1, a local authority can also be a co-applicant only

– Actions must take place in Republic of Guinea