OXFAM Call for Humanitarian Evidence Programme

Deadline: 16 June 2015

The OXFAM has issued call for proposals to conduct Humanitarian Evidence Programme on the topics of mental health and psychosocial support, child protection, identification in urban settings, and WASH.


  1. Mental Health and Psychosocial Support – the mental health and psychosocial support in humanitarian emergencies evidence synthesis in question is expected to cost between £20,000 and £40,000.
  2. Child Protection – the child protection evidence synthesis in question is expected to cost between £15,000 and £30,000.
  3. Identification Practices in Urban Humanitarian Response – the evidence synthesis for this question on identification practices in urban humanitarian is expected to cost between £15,000 and £30,000.
  4. WASH Interventions in Disease Outbreaks – the WASH evidence synthesis in question is expected to cost between £20,000 and £40,000.

The Humanitarian Evidence Programme aims to synthesize research in the humanitarian sector and communicate the findings to key stakeholders, with the ultimate goal of improving humanitarian policy and practice. The programme is a DFID-funded partnership between Oxfam GB and the Feinstein International Center (FIC) at Tufts University.

Eligibility Information

The Humanitarian Evidence Programme accepts proposals from around the world. The programme encourages proposals from applicants based in low- or middle-income countries, and proposals including such individuals in the team.

How to Apply?

Applications must be submitted in a single Word or PDF Document following the application template by the deadline.

For more information, visit Oxfam.


  1. Olusegun says:

    Do you have provisions for girls and young ladies who are victims of insurgency and terrorism as regards mental health and psychological intervention?

  2. Our organization is a faith based national NGO working in eight counties of Kenya to protect the rights of vulnerable children. Please send me your PDF template so that I can apply for funds to carry out child protection initiatives in Narok County aimed at reducing the percentage of girls who drop out of school due to retrogressive culture like Female Genital Mutilation and early marriage.

    • Rashmi Kanti says:

      Hello Carolyne,
      Please visit the link on the line- “For more information….”. The link will take you to the OXFAM’s website, from where you can download the application template and proceed your application.
      Good Luck!

  3. Dr Manisha Bidaye says:

    Hi! I am working for Tuberculosis ” TB Free Village” in India with Manjashree Foundation . I need financial support for creating awareness in communities about TB and helping TB patients getting cured . I need Financial support for this

  4. hi we need support for our organization i am in tanzania we help children in my village thanks welcome

  5. My won advice kindly note that 1. Mental Health and Psychosocial Support & 2. Child Protection its mainly need to public awareness door to door, because much people they did not know about the disses or problem, so we are the motivation or advocacy organization through folk and baul/saint music group, before we have work OXFAM GB in Bangladesh climate justice, women empowerment, Hygiene, Hiv/Aids, mother and child care, Mental Health,labor right, human right, child dissimilarity, Rabbis, malaria and another public issue. So “1st public awareness 2nd medicine” its our sologan

  6. Dita Tefera says:

    Please, can you advise us to participate in this call for benefiting Children in prison with their incarcerated mothers and Highly vulnerable children (HVC) in the community? We have good experiences in this area. The name of my Organization is Bright Hope for Generation, found in Ethiopia.
    Looking forward to hear from you,
    Thanks in advance for your support and guidance.
    Kind regards,
    Dita Tefera

    • Hello Dita,

      To get detailed information on opportunity/eligibility criteria/application process, visit the link in ‘For more information…’ line and proceed.

      Good luck!