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NDICI – EU Partnership with Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) on Climate Change & Youth in Yemen – 2023

Neighbourhood, Development and International Cooperation Instrument (NDICI) - 'Global Europe' for the period 2021-2027 is the EU's main instrument for international partnerships on sustainable development, climate change, democracy, governance, human rights, peace and security in EU neighbouring countries and beyond.

2024-02-15
3.939.500 euro
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Appeal framework

Call reference EuropeAid/179238/DD/ACT/YE
Program Neighbourhood, Development and International Cooperation Instrument (NDICI)
Institution European Commission
Sectors Citizenship & Human Rights Civil Protection & Risks Cooperation & Development Culture, Media & Communication Education & Training Environment & Climate Justice, Security, Defence Services to organisations
Beneficiaries Association & NGO EU & International Organisation Professional organisation & network Training organisation & school

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Call reference

EuropeAid/179238/DD/ACT/YE



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Priorities and funded actions

Objectives

  • To support Yemeni civil society actors’ initiatives that aim to increase awareness, resilience, adaptation and/or mitigation related to climate change in Yemen (Lot 1)
  • To increase participation of CSOs in facilitating youth’s engagement in social, civic, political and economic life, fostering youth employment through promoting a conducive business environment, and ensure their contribution to peaceful and inclusive growth and sustainable development (Lot 2)

Priorities

  • Priorities of Lot 1:
    • Priority 1: To target areas most affected by climate change including drought and water scarcity, heavy rainfall and flooding, and protected areas
    • Priority 2: To reach out to excluded and marginalised individuals and groups who are most vulnerable and impacted by climate change, including but not limited to IDPs, Muhamasheen, PWDs, and women
    • Priority 3: To promote coordination and cooperation between CSOs and the various key stakeholders including government, relevant local authorities, private sector actors, think tanks, and others
    • Priority 4: To take concrete measure to raise awareness of targeted communities on climate change impact and promote behavioural changes to mitigate and/or adapt, absorb, climate change stresses, shocks and variability
    • Priority 5: To include capacity building interventions that contribute significantly to the development of the capacities of CSOs to understand and address the impact of climate change, manage climate change risks, mainstream climate action into their development and humanitarian interventions, and mobilise resources for climate change funds
  • Priorities of Lot 2:
    • Priority 1: To include innovative, sustainable, and impactful approaches to qualify and prepare youth to access job market and actively participate in economic life
    • Priority 2: To support Youth Initiatives and youth organizations including the emerging ones and that include a substantial capacity building component
    • Priority 3: To support Youth-led creative initiatives, and promote the establishment of safe spaces for youth for learning, volunteerism, self-expression, self-care and development, networking, and community engagement
    • Priority 4: To promote coordination and cooperation between CSOs and the various key stakeholders including government, private sector actors, micro-finance institutions ,academic institutions, youth committees and others to promote youth engagement in social, civic, political and economic life
    • Priority 5: To build the capacity of youth and foster their empowerment and participation in the political process and decision-making roles, and help bridge the gap and establish trust between youth and local authorities, executive offices, and political parties
    • Priority 6: To address least privileged areas (that have rarely been the focus of youth interventions), and/or areas with a high population density, particularly those with a large number of internally displaced persons (IDPs)
    • All proposals under this lot should include capacity building interventions that contribute significantly to the development of the capacities of CSOs in facilitating youth’s engagement, and in contributing to the global objective of this call

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: between 24 and 48 months

Eligibility

  • Be a legal person
  • Be a public or private entity
  • Be a non-profit making entity
  • Be a NGO
  • Be directly responsible for the preparation and management of the action with the co-applicant(s) and affiliated entity(ies), not acting as an intermediary
  • Be able to, and have all necessary legal/administrative documents to operate in Yemen
  • Have proven experience of working with Yemeni CSOs during the last three years
  • Have proven experience of having implemented at least three projects with a budget at least equal to the value of the requested grant during the past five years
  • Have proven experience of implementing climate change related projects in Yemen or in other similar developing countries for at least 2 yers in the period from 2018 to 2023 (Lot 1 only)
  • Have proven experience of implementing youth support/empowerment related projects in Yemen for at least 2 years in the period from 2018 to 2023 (Lot 2 only)
Financement
  • Total budget of the call: 3.939.500 euro
  • Amount per Lots:
    • Lot 1 (Environment and Climate change): 1.939.500 euro
    • Lot 2 (Youth): 2 million euro
  • Amount of the grant:
    • Lot 1 (Environment and Climate change): between 600.000 and 1.939.500 euro
    • Lot 2 (Youth): between 600.000 and 2 million euro
  • Co-financing rate:  between 75% and 90% of the total eligible costs

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