EOI - AAWAZ II - Downstream Implementing Parnters | PAK-NGOs
Description

AAWAZ II is a DFID funded programme in Pakistan which aims to creating a more protective and enabling environment for girls, boys, women, youth, religious minorities, the differently abled and those at risk of child labour, bonded labour and child and forced marriages. The programme will respond to the multi-dimensional and interconnected ways in which exploitation, intolerance and exclusion are perpetuated. The intervention will work on the range of factors which go together to create an enabling and protective environment for vulnerable or excluded groups in KP and Punjab provinces.

The programme approaches these issues from both the supply side (government/institutions) and demand side (individual/community). The “demand side” programme is led by British Council and consortium partners; who will work with civil society organisations to implement the community-based interventions in 45 selected districts of the two provinces.  The proposed programme model focuses on bringing onboard local CSOs at district level to deliver programme interventions with local communities in KP and Punjab under the supervision of British Council. British Council has announced the call for applications for downstream implementing partners for Aawaz II.

Eligibility
  • Legal status as registered non-profit CSO
  • Proven experience of working with local communities in KP and Punjab
  • Proven experience of working with AAWAZ II target groups and audiences including children, youth, women, people with disabilities and religious minorities
  • Proven experience of working on social issues resulting in intolerance, exclusion and exploitation of vulnerable groups in communities
  • Demonstrate capacity in grant implementation, training, community mobilization, campaigning, awareness raising and advocacy
  • Organization’s values and principles are clearly established through policies on gender equality, equal opportunity and inclusion, child and adult safeguarding
  • Organizational systems are clearly established (financial management, compliance, control checks, human resource management, monitoring and evaluation, procurement)
How to Apply

Deadline to submit questions is August 16th,

Submit questions on the EoI, Application Form to Kashif.hanif@britishcouncil.org.pk

See the complete EOI Document for application submission process:

Complete EOI Document

Application Form