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Sectors: Citizenship, Co-op & Development, Information, Justice - Security, Local development, Public Management, Town planning

Beneficiaries: Agencies Chambers, Development NGOs, International Organisation, Local and Regional authorities, Non-profit organisations, Research centres, Schools, Training centres, Universities

Regions: European Union, Worldwide

Category: Call for proposals


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Worldwide: Countries covered by the Development for Cooperation Instrument


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Responsible: European Commission


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This call for proposals aims to support peace, reconciliation, reintegration, rehabilitation and development in three ethnic states of Myanmar: Kayah, Shan and Kachin.

Priorities and funded actions:

– To provide inclusive and comprehensive support to peace processes engaging with different stakeholders
– To support the reconciliation process through trust building and confidence building initiatives 
– To link relief with rehabilitation and development
– To strengthen the capacity of local authorities and community structures and to support a constructive dialogue and interaction between the government and non-state actors

This call for proposals is divided into three lots
– LOT 1: Kayah (5 million euro) 
– LOT 2: Shan (7 million euro) 
– LOT 3: Kachin (7 million euro) 

– Inclusive approach 
– Support to third parties in conflict affected areas
– Complementarity and coordination

Among financed actions
– Consultations with communities and other stakeholders
– Coordinating local peace and development initiatives
– Assistance to mechanisms which promote trust between the different ethnic populations inhabiting the three states
– Trust-building initiatives which increase confidence in the peace process 
– Integration of Children Affected by Armed Conflict into civilian life through food security, trade and private sector and social services, including vocational training