Call for bids British Embassy Conakry’s International Programme Fund

The United Kingdom remains committed to a stable and prosperous Guinea by supporting human rights and civil society, good governance, open societies and encouraging a business climate conducive to investment.

All project bids must aim to promote, protect, and improve human rights, economic development and the rule of law in Guinea. Issues on which we welcome bids include – but are not limited to:

  • the impact of COVID-19, good governance, sustainable economic development
  • human rights and open societies, freedom of the press
  • women empowerment and women’s rights, girls’ rights and education, gender-based violence, youth entrepreneurship
  • the mining sector, agriculture and climate change (COP26)

Selection criteria

Bids will be assessed against the following criteria:

  • project impact: delivering sustainable, meaningful change and a direct impact on the living conditions of beneficiaries
  • project viability: including the capacity of implementing organisation to deliver outcomes
  • project design: there must be clear links between the proposed activity and the project outcomes
  • risk management: robust analysis of key risks, and a plan of action to manage and mitigate those risks
  • value for money: including the number of direct beneficiaries and the scale of achievable outcomes

We draw your attention to the below key points:

  • the project proposal should include detailed schedule of activities to be carried out, specifying objectives, indicator, and expected results. This must include the deliverables, the stakeholders, the cost and the duration (start and end) of the execution of the deliverables
  • a detailed activity budget must be completed
  • projects must be completed by 31 March 2022
  • proposals should not exceed 200,000,000 GNF

Process

Project proposals must be submitted to

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