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United Nations Trust Fund Call for Proposals to end Violence against Women

The 15th grant cycle of the United Nations Trust Fund to End Violence Against Women is now open to accepting applications from NGOs, government authorities and UN agencies.

Established by the UN General Assembly resolution 50/166 in 1996, the UN Trust Fund in Support of Actions to Eliminate Violence against Women (UN Trust Fund) is managed by the United Nations Development Fund for Women (UNIFEM) on behalf of the UN system. The UN Trust Fund is the only multilateral grant-making mechanism exclusively devoted to supporting local and national efforts to end violence against women and girls.

In order to address the serious gaps in the realization of national and international commitments and recommendations to end violence against women and girls, UN Trust Fund grant-making focuses on supporting the implementation of national and local laws, policies and action plans.

The UN Trust Fund promotes initiatives based on the following approaches:

  • Human rights-based and gender-responsive approaches that place paramount priority on promoting, protecting and fulfilling the human rights of women and girls, as well as strengthening institutional capacities at local and national levels to eliminate all forms of violence against women. This includes addressing inequitable gender norms and power disparities as the root cause of violence against women and girls, and as a violation of human rights and an impediment to development.
  • Holistic and multi-sectoral responses that address women’s inter-related rights and needs in terms of prevention and response to violence against women and girls, including safety and protection, access to health, legal, property and inheritance rights, and economic security and rights.
  • Focus on priority groups living in poverty and otherwise especially excluded or disadvantaged, ensuring responsiveness to diversity by tailoring interventions to particular population groups.
  • Coordination and partnership-building, including among government entities, civil society organizations, especially women’s groups, and networks.
  • Commitment to sharing knowledge, by documenting, evaluating and disseminating results.
  • Evidence-based programming, building on lessons learned and recommended practices, to ensure optimal results and use of resources.

Applicants are expected to submit proposals online in the form of a brief Concept Note. The deadline for submission of the Concept Note is 20 January 2011, 11:59pm New York Time.

Concept Notes can be submitted in the following languages only: English, French and Spanish.

All applications must be submitted online. The UN Trust Fund will not accept applications submitted via e-mail, regular post and/or facsimile.

The online application will be available from 3 January 2011 until 20 January 2011 at this link.

For Project Ideas to address Violence against Women in Developing Countries, CLICK HERE.


Comments

  1. Abdimajid noor musa says:

    dear,sir/madam

    national vision for peace and pastrolist aid’is an organisation located in kenya, which mainly targets the inferior groups in our society,which includes;women,disabled,youth e.t.c so it will be a pleasure to see that this minority groups in our society are put into consideration and we will be honoured if we get a chance of playing a role in this project.

  2. Michael Mmoloki Tebogo says:

    Hi

    Greetings from Moremogolo Extension Theatre Trust in Jwaneng, Republic of Botswana. This is a welcome move. Here language barrier hinders women’s development. We are trying hard to use theater and traditional arts forms to pass on empowerment messages to the grassroots people who speak other languages other than the official languages in the country.

  3. Alfrida Yousaf says:

    AGHOSH HOSTEL
    The idea came from Mrs. Alfrida Yousaf Who is working as a project In charge in Dar-ul-Mussarat since last 25 year, Dar-ul-Mussarat is a school for special children which is working for the mentally disable children in Baldia Town. She has started this hostel in her own house, only for mentally disabled girls who are really very much less privileged and no one at their home to take care of them especially the mother is passed away.
    This Idea of hostel is appreciated by the community people and also international friends. Now the number of these special girls is increasing day by day and required funding to fulfill their need as well as for the building its capacity.
    Thanks,
    Alfrida Yousaf
    Founder & Chairperson AGHOSH Hostel for special girls

  4. Hussein Fasasi says:

    Dear Sir,
    We are privileged to participate in the United Nations Trust Fund’s program. Ending violence against women involves a holistic approach and everyone must be involved in eliminating this malaise.We at the AFRICAN FOUNDATION FOR HUMAN ADVANCEMENT are committed to eliminating violence against women in all its ramifications.

    Hussein Fasasi Esq.
    Executive Director.

  5. Neeraj patel says:

    I am glad to come across this organisation which I am interested to be a partner to The United Nation Trust Funds.

  6. Japheth Maijo Ryoba says:

    Dear Sir/Madam,
    Greeting from Hope in Action Foundation in Tanzania . Thank very much for the information on funding for protection of women against domestic violence and we would like to take part in this partnership.

    Please let us know how we can submit the concept paper since it is a pre-condition for submitting the application form.

    We do appreciate this support to the community and timely response to this inquiry

  7. Lwereere Emmanuel Adonia says:

    Greeting from action for global village initiative. Thank very much for the information on funding for protection of women against domestic violence and we would like to take part in this partnership.

    Please let us know how we can submit the concept paper since it is a pre-condition for submitting the application form.

    We do appreciate this support to the community and timely response to this inquiry

  8. Rahim Bux Kalhoro says:

    DEAR BROTHERS WE WOULD LIKE TO INFORM YOU THAT THE MEHRAN ECONOMIC WELFARE ORGANIZATION, (MEWO), JAMSHORO, SINDH, PAKISTAN IS THE CHARITABLE ORGANAZATION AND WE HAVE MANY PLANS IN OUR PROGRAM TO MAKE THE LIFE OF WOMAN CHILDREN AND OTHER GROUPS TO LIVE IN PEACE IN OUR ORGANIZATION

  9. jitendra sharma says:

    Respected sirs I wish to state that the hooch tragedy which has killed more than 150 people in Gujarat recently, I want to draw your attention about the another aspect of that accident, I want to remind you that as we all know very well that our state Gujarat is already on the hit list of terrorists and because of the liquor prohibition policy of our state govt. daily thousands of bottles in trucks of English liquor illegally made in our neighboring states and are supplied to our state. and whole of this network is operated by liquor bootleggers and mafias who can fall in to the hands of terrorists at any time and terrorists can supply a lot of poisonous liquor and can kill a largest number of innocent people any time and this will be comparatively easy and effective way for them. So I want to request you to establish the responsibility that who will be sole responsible for the accident if it takes place. Because directly govt is only responsible to first implement the liquor prohi. policy then to allow mafias to smuggle liquor in to the state, the smuggling of liquor is not possible without the cooperation of corrupt politicians and bureaucrats therefore I request you to accept my this request as a PRL and give the right directives to govt. so any major accident can be avoided. Respected sirs I am giving you some more aspects of this policy so please consider my that letter also a request to you which is as follows:-
    Respected sirs ,please consider the following points in the aspect of relevancy of liquor prohibition policy of Gujarat and direct the govt. to rethink over it.. [1] Though the liquor prohibition policy is there in force in Gujarat but three times more liquor is being sold here compare to any other state of India .[2]Local gujarat govt. justifies this policy by saying that because this is the Gandhi’s Gujarat therefore we implemented this policy here, on moral grounds. But today we have to think that who they are to say that Gujarat’s Gandhi or Gandhi’s Gujarat. Gandhi is the father of nation and whole nation is Gandhi’s. Gandhi struggled for whole India and he never said that he is for Gujarat or Gujarat is for him so today we have to think that Don’t we put question mark on his thinking by saying Gandhi’s Gujarat.? And after all finally we have to think that Gandhi never taught us the lesson to move on morality by crushing humanity .[3] Still there are so many people here in society who don’t drink so they like and support this policy. So the time has come to explain them that due to this policy the crime and corruption and diseases our society gets, they also can be victim of these things because this policy does not give any thing except crime and corruption to the general public of the society. [4] The transaction of millions of rupees has been criminalized which money moves within the liquor mafia and corrupted officers and politicians only. If this policy is demolished the same money will come in the market to the businessmen and even youths will get a new field to earn and get employment .[5] on the name of country liquor which liquor is being made and being sold here, millions of people are drinking that is made by car battary’s acid, detergent soaps water, saltpeter(anum) or ( FITKARI),and Gud(brown sugar).Now it can be understood that drinking such liquor can be how much harmful. This liquor causes the liver diseases, tuberculosis, and other so many skin diseases also.[6] This is the totally failed and unsuccessful policy which violates our religious and human rights because we hindus think we have the right to worship our god Kal bhairav but we cant do so because liquor is required to worship the same god .but we cant get liquor because of this Islamic policy is implemented on our heads.
    Respected sirs I wish to state that there are 5 crore people living in Gujarat state of India in which about thirty percent people consume liquor. Still the liquor prohibition policy is in force there. Due to this policy now you can imagine how a big number of people is consuming the poisonous liquor regularly and how big damage the society is bearing due to this policy, we tell the people that this is the policy which does not give anything to society but only crime corruption and diseases. We request all the electronic and print media to understand the seriousness of this matter and give the coverage to us and our voice. But we are neglected everywhere. only because we have no big funds to advertise ourself . but hereby I would like to request you to remind you that the time when they neglect us really they don’t neglect us but they neglect a large number of innocent people of Gujarat who are bearing the torture of this policy and are drinking poison with keeping mum because they don’t know where to go and whom to ask for their help, at last finally we look at you with the hope of some help from you. But your ignorance to us and such policy of killing the innocents with slow poison will make us more nervous. Therefore once again we request you to reconsider our request and to do needful. Respected sirs, I want to say one thing about the liquor prohibition policy of Gujarat, that due to this policy the general public of Gujarat does not get any benefit but if this policy is demolished, and due to that the government gets the revenue from liquor business, by that money government can give at least one kg sugar every month to every poor or middle class family in the state, so I wish to state that please ask the govt. on the liquor pro. Policy, assessing the relevancy and profit and losses to the society . Because today the time has come to tell the people that this policy does not give any thing except the crime, corruption and diseases, deaths of innocents to the society. And only corrupted bureaucrats, politicians, and liquor mafias are enjoying this policy, Therefore we want your help in this regard. Respected sirs once again I request you in public interest please accept my this letter as a PRL and do the needful but I request you to keep my name and my address secret to you only. because either party A sitting in power or party B sitting in opposition, no one want to demolish this policy because this policy is like a cow giving milk to them, no matter who is having turn today either A or B, tomorrow will be the turn of other.so both of them will not like that my voice should be heard by you and they may try to crush my approach to you, so please I request you again to keep secret my identity to you only. I will reach to you whenever you order me, thanking you yours faithfully: jitendra sharma 130/1559 karnavati apptts paras nagar sola road naranpura ahmedabad 63 (letter to c.j.,guj high court,copy to you)

  10. Joseph Mizimbe says:

    Centre for Youth Empowerment and Training (CYET) based in Chiradzulu district-Malawi focuses on human rights, governance, gender, HV/AIDS, environment, food security and skills development.

    Chiradzulu district is one of the districts in Malawi which has alot of human rights abuses. It has problems of human mutilation;where incidence of cutting body parts, especially breasts of women, have been high for the past ten years.

    With high illiteracy rate; most of women are subject to domestic violence. The fact is that they may have no skills to seek formal employment as such they are quite submissive to the husband. Records at Chiradzulu Magistrate Court equally indicate most divorces were due to domestic violence.

    Childern especially girls are further subjected to abuse like rape. The girl child does participate in a lot of house chores and have no time to participate in school. They end up marrying early due to cultural pressure where initiation ceremony emphasises that women's place is rather the home. In 2008, 7,000 girls dropped out of school due to early marriages and pregnancies, some opted for prostitution for failing to cope up with marriage roles.

    THE GOAL OF THE PROJECT is to discover root causes of and reduce child abuse, gender based violence and empower women and girls with human rights information.

    SOME OF OUR OJECTIVES ARE:

    1. To conduct research which shall draw information from 500 people within a period of 4 months, after which come up with the actual root causes of gender based violence and the best way to address them

    2. to expose gender based violence through civic education such that out of five abused women/girls atleast four should be able to report their abuses to the authority

    3. 50 community members will be offered with paralegal training and will be able to train people in their villages who in turn will be able to counsel, identify and defend gender based violence cases

  11. Adam Hassan says:

    I am glad to come across this organisation which I am interested to be a partner to The United Nation Trust Funds.

    The name of our Local Non Governemetal Oragnisation is CHILD PROMOTION AND CENTER FOR DEVELOPMENT (CPCD) which was found and registered with Social Walfare Gender and women development Children’s Affairs in Somalia.

  12. Sartah Dempster says:

    thank you, hope to meet the deadline, and forward my (MUDEP) concept note on the elimination of violence against women in Liberia.

    regards, Sartah

  13. Pastor(Brig) Sunday Joshua Eminue says:

    Dear Unifem,
    Calvary greeting in jesus name. God blesses you for this great vision.
    Ending Violence against Women is achieveable through meaningful involve of the state ministry of women affairs, cross River state Agency for the control of AIDS and active involvement of all the support Group of PLWHIV.

  14. Adefemi Sharaf says:

    Eminent Charitable & Humanitarian Foundation is a non profit, non partisan oriented organization,we work potentially to make life better for the less privilege people in our midst,
    our target group are
    * women
    * Children
    * People with disabilities
    * victims of disasters

    We would like to have the form of the available grant, so we can apply
    Thanks

  15. Dr. Usman Ahmed Khan says:

    It will be our pleasure to participate in this program and to work for the women refinment.

  16. Agwang Esther says:

    We are a community based youth lead group of girls and we are working with entire youth to be peace mediators i.e peace between with man and God, Peace between man to man peace between man and environment (Hoslitic peace).
    This will be an opportunity to expand by reaching to many
    Thanks
    Agwang Esther
    P.o Box 63 Soroti
    Uganda

  17. Lutaaya Dan says:

    Dear friends, thank you for being among the organizations that work in the interests of the disadvantaged and marginalized communities of the world.
    Am glad to introduce to you Voluntary Action for Development (VAD) a local NGO operating both in Mpigi and Wakiso districts in Uganda. The organization is legally registered under the National NGO board in Uganda with certificate number (S 5914/1709)
    VAD works with rural communities in the two districts with particular focus on marginalized women through economic empowerment to reduce especially domestic violence against women inflicted to them by their spouses due to their economic inferiority.
    In this program, VAD works with women organized in small groups involved in gainful economic activities and within their groups, they receive capacity building trainings related to especially entrepreneur skills development and human rights awareness.
    For the past 10 years of VAD’s existence, it has been networking with local authorities at the district, Sub County level and village level, development partners operating, Community based organizations and indigenous poeple in the implementation of all activities. This has made transparency and accountability pretty smooth in our operations.
    VAD would like to implement a one year project that will further focus on economic empowerment of rural women in Kituntu Sub County Mpigi district as a route to reduce marginalization and violence against them.
    The project will train beneficiaries in entrepreneur skills and income generation and increase knowledge about their fundamental human rights through training and capacity building.
    The project will also involve men as indirect beneficiaries who will also be trained about observing rights of their spouses and this will ensure a significant multiplier effect of the project.
    The purpose of this communication is to humbly request for your partnership and possible funding opportunity to successfully implement the project.
    We shall look forward to your positive response and also to submit a full project proposal. We shall also be pleased to deliver to you any additional information at your request.
    Please do not hesitate to contact us.
    Thank you once again for your kind comprehension

    Lutaaya Dan

    Programs Coordinator
    VAD Mpigi branch

  18. Vimpal Singha says:

    I am hopeful by visiting this site. We are working in Greater Sylhet division under Greater Sylhet Indigenous Peoples Forum. Which is the umbrella organization of all the indigenous organizations. Women working in tea garden are neglecting part of the indigenous society. Monipuri women are related with weaving, Khashi women are producing battle leaf. Women empowerment on economic sector could save them from the harassment against them. We can present this problem and development alternative if we are invited in any meeting of decision making level. Raja Devashish Roy, Chakma circle chief is well informed about our organization. He has been elected as a specialist of Asia in UNPFII.

  19. My name is Charles Sinetre and I am the current Executive Director for NKHADZE ALIVE YOUTH ORGANIZATION.I am writing to register my interest in applying for the funding which will assist this non profit Youth NGO to realise its goals as per our programs. We exist to empower young people with knowlege and skills. We engage young people in socio economic activities in the areas of self employable skills, in the area of education we engage young people in edutainment activities that will assist street children to like school and possibly bring them back to school. we do this by training them in music, dances and teach them the art of listening through choreographic movements. Music games that will attract young children to go to school and reduce levels of school dropouts that bring levels of street children high. We also empower youth living with HIV/AIDS with livelihood skills that will help them to be socio economically empowered and bring down poverty levels. Thanks so much for the call for proposal. We are IN.

  20. Pungai Mtumani says:

    The Youth Action Programme Against HIV/AIDS was born out of Bindura University HIV/AIDS Awareness campaign Group (BUHAAG) in liaison with the Bindura University Student Heath Department which was formed in 2007 at

    Bindura University of Science Education (BUSE). BUHAAG together with the Student health department carried out a snapshot survey in Mashonaland Central which revealed the soaring impact of Child headed families as a result of HIV/AIDS.

    Therefore YAPAH came into existence to create a habitable environment for

    youth affected and infected by HIV/AIDS through a number of activities like

    counseling, formation of support groups, awareness campaigns and increasing the

    access of people to basic needs like home based care kits, food, and Antiretroviral drugs.

    Summary of Project.

    The goal of the project is to contribute to the decline of HIV /AIDS prevalence in Zimbabwe with the objectives being to disseminate information on HIV/AIDS and to capacitate Youths with entrepreneurial skills as an alternative means of earning a living. The project will target 5000 youths, parents and adults in Mashonaland central, Zimbabwe and it will take 1 year. The activities of the project will be the dissemination of IEC materials, holding of workshops on HIV/AIDS, road shows, quiz shows and sporting clubs. Above all, 4 HIV/AIDS support groups shall be formed in Mashonaland Central and the at least 150 beneficiaries per ward shall be helped to access ARVs, food and home-based care kits

    Could you send us more information on how you can help us in this project.

  21. AVITY ALOYCE SOKA says:

    DEAR BROTHERS WE WOULD LIKE TO IMFOM YOU THAT THE MARANATHA SANITARIUM IS THE CHARITABLE ORGANAZATION AND WE HAVE MANY PLAN IN OUR PROGRAM TO MAKE THE LIFE OF WOMAN CHILDREN AND ATHER GROUP TO LIVE IN PEACE,HERE IS SOME OF OUR GOAL NI OUR ORGANAZATION

    k) To print and publish the Proceedings of the Institution in form of books, pamphlets, journals, papers, and generally to promote literature connected with Agricultural Engineering, natural remedies related to health-diet and treatment.

    l) To conduct consultancy on widows and children rights provided it is within the objectives of the company.

    m) To gather store and disseminate information relating to widows and children Right in Tanzania, and make them accessible to the general Public.

    n) To promote and strengthen, cooperation and consultation between the local and international communities on matters affecting widows and children night.

    o) To establish and maintain an emergency response organ to respond quickly to serious violation of widows and children rights.

    p) To conduct research, workshop seminars camp and conference on children and widows’ rights

    q) To identify and monitor malpractices and abuse of powers by any organ or individual conferred with and provide education to actors as perpetrators of effective way of using legal norms or laws to enable urban poor women and youth to have the confidence to conceive plan and implement income-generating activities.

    r) To develop a legal network to widows and children being victims of gender based violence and discrimination throughout the country.

    s) To guide, educate, train and against urban poor women and youth either individually or through groups in all business matters ethics, statutory unless and requirements in establishing activities with the aim of gaining profit.

    t) To promote, promote, support and encourage initiatives undertaken by women and youth to establish and manage income generating economic activities.

    u) To create employment opportunities to the youth and to assist the generation in employment and assist the generation in employment appointments opportunities by improving their technical skills and capabilities in appropriate new technologies.

    v) To assist street children and orphans whose parents died of the HIV/AIDS pandemic otherwise by paying school fees and applying some of their needs.

    w) To deal with environmental issues kind groups with such objectives.

    x) To give scientific consultation in poverty alleviation and development initiative to poor women and youth.

    y) To establish health care centers where counseling input for controlling HIV/AIDS pandemic will be offered as well as malaria problems epidemic diseases family planning, maternal child health care services and family planning logistics.

    z) To establish counseling centers which shall provide psychological and rehabilitation services to street children sexually abused children resulting from HIV/AIDS and other related diseases.

    To make full use of mass media for the cause of peace, especially in the proper communication if controversial views and issues, local and global, so as to maximize cooperation and conciliation.

    SO BROTHES THIS IS THE SAMEOF WHAT WE WANT TO DO IN THIS MATTER WE ASK YOUR HELP TO MEKE THIS DREAM TO BE SUCSESFUL SIR.YOR BROTHE AVITY SOKA THE EXCUTIVE DIRECTOR OF MARANATHA SANITARIUM TANZANIA EAST AFRICA .P.O BOX 3192 ARUSHA TANZANIA.

  22. edith ayapo says:

    our organisation deals with peace within the various religions in the world. are we legible for the grant if so what are the procedures to follow. we are based in uganda but covering the great lakes region.

  23. shepngo pakistan says:

    Society For Human Rights & Environment Protection.(SHEP NGO)-Regd.

    Dear Sir/Madam

    SHEP NGO is Registered Non-Governmental-Organization
    having its legal status with the SOCIAL WELFARE
    DEPARTMENT,CITY DISTRICT GOVERNMENT KARACHI.
    (Reg.# DSW 2062-k ).

    Our main Focus are :

    • Environment,
    • Health,
    • Education,
    • Human Rights,
    • Legal Aid & Child Labour.
    Our NGO work for a real Democratic & Civilized Pakistan and working hard on health and pollution issues.We are working since “2002″ In our country about 60% population are living in villages, these peoples are facing many problems regarding health and other facilities. We are working on safe drinking water to those area where peoples drink polluted water, for this we are planning for safe water plant in those area. There fore we are requesting you to kindly help us and give suggestions for implantation of water plant in rural areas.

    With Best Regards.

    M.SAEED RAJPUT
    FINANCE SECRETARY (SHEP)
    Society For Human Rights & Environment Protection.
    Suite: 636, 6th Floor Regal Trade Square, Sadder Karachi(Pakistan)

  24. Village Development and save the Environment Forum(VDSEF) Kalikot is a reputed and established local NGO in kalikot which is registered in District Administration Office, kalikot and Social Welfare Council, Kathmandu, NGO federation nepal. we are working in the Mid western parts of Nepal called karnali region which is very remote area of Nepal. We (VDSEF), Especially in the sectors of Poverty alleviation,Social Mobilization,Micro Saving credit women, Dalit and alta poor families and their groups, development Cooperative and small rural infra Structure Projects.We are working with Conflict affected women and their families.We also focused in reducing gender difference,caste system, and change in conservatives thoughts as well as in the field of Education,health,hygiene and sanitation, environment preservation and conservation.

    Thus.with the great hopes of development of community and society of kalikot, karnali Zone of Nepal since 2050.

  25. JOHN MATOME says:

    hi we are organisation of thusang setshaba drop in centre in limpopo province our target we support the orphans and vulnerable children in the community of greater tzaneen municipality in ward 04 rikhotso village,and we have 131 children in our drop in centre so we need support and the breadline africa in 2010 they try to support us with food for the children so now we are looking 2011 funding to other donor which can help us to support the children the person who will be responsibility for us as donor is bev gillispie of breadline

    thank you for supporting our community in roll to develop the ovc.

  26. Soraj Shahi says:

    Rural Community Development Service(RCDS) jumla is a reputed and established local NGO in jumla which is registered in District Administration Office ,Jumla and Social Welfare Council, Kathmandu. we are working in the Mid western parts of Nepal called karnali region which is very remote area of Nepal.We (RCDS),Especially in the sectors of Poverty allevation,Disability,Micro Saving credit women groups, development and planning of tourism and focused in reducing gender difference,caste system, and change in conservatives thoughts as well as in the field of Education,health,hygiene and sanation,enviroment preservation and conservation.

    Thus.with the great hopes of development of community and society of jumla since 2054.

    We RCDS will be pleased to work as a part of tis organisation.

    Thanks

  27. FABIAN BASSEY says:

    Our organisation is called Citizens Right development Initiative. its an NGO that is based in Calabar, Cross River State, Nigeria. we look forward to working with you as we are duely registered with the state and also with the Corporate Affairs Commission. we have executed several projects even with the World Bank.

    Citizens right development Initiative will be glad to work with this organization.

    We will be greatly honoured to be part of this project.

    For CRDI

    Fabian Bassey

    Project officer 1

  28. Tabu Elias says:

    We would request you to provide technical assistance support Ushs. 25,000,000/= worth 100 members each special interest group village savings & loan association project in Kamuli Deaf Cooperative Savings & Credit Society Ltd.

    Our objectives is to mobilize, organize and empower the socially & economically active deaf people in remote rural & urban areas develop their full potential through Ushs. 5,000,000/= worth 15 members each group village savings & loan association in income generating activities, savings mobilization, credit extension and provision of wealth business and experience.

    We have planned many needful deaf development programmes for the poor rural, we are unable to implement, monitor, evaluate and strengthen its activities due to lack of funds, poverty, other SACCO high interest rates & savings by all deaf people fear.

    Budget Plan for 2 years

    I therefore request you to support our projects in better service delivery and job creation the needy of deaf people in the rural areas. Matthew 5:42 says " If a person asks you for something, then give it to him. Do not refuse to give to a person that wants to borrow from you. "

    Kindly send us your application form, agreement to support letter and other information about your agency.

    Anticipating you early reply.

    Yours Faith Fully,

    Tabu Elias
    Project Manager,
    Kamuli Deaf Cooperative Savings & Credit Society

  29. manoj parajuli says:

    I am working as a superintendent in North Eastern Regional Multipurpose School and Handicapped Training Centre (Estd.1993). It is the only institution of its kind in North-East India, working for education, training and rehabilitation to the differently Abled children of this region. It is registered under Section 52 of Persons With Disability Act, 1995 and Societies Registration Act XXI of 1860. I, on behalf of this organization i need your help to upgrade its position and to do some project. Please inform me the criteria that I must cover.

    Manoj Parajuli,Superintendent.
    North Eastern Regional Multipurpose School and Handicapped Training Centre.
    Sonitpur District.
    Assam (India).

  30. Choun Rithy says:

    I'm Rithy responsible for Vulnerable Teenager for Help workwoing in Cambodia country for two projects is implementing in Tonle Sap lake as; Development program and againt of woman. The province is located around of this lake almost of poorest of poor family, all of them live to depend on fishing only job to make the women could not find job and they stay 24 hours in their house. All of the husbands come from fishing to like drink a lot and fight their wife and children, the chidren have no schools and teachers and some of children are over schooling aged (13-16 years old could not attend school. I would like you to support these women and children who have live in Tonle Sap lake that they are vulnerable women and children.

  31. ASWO organization says:

    our ngo is starting project on different things like health education, Women Empowerment and environment in 2011 so for that we need help, ASWO is working in Women NGO based in Gilgit Baltistan Pakistan . We are working since 10 years it take part in flood victims of Pakistan .

    please give fund to that we should start our project easily. kindly send us the application forms.

    Tahir Ali

    Manager

    ASWO Gilgit Baltistan pakistan

  32. sehepo NGO says:

    dear

    sir/madam

    our sehepo ngo is starting project on different things like health education environment in 2011 so for that we need help, sehepo is working in Pakistan sehepo is working since two years it take part in flood sehepo help flood victims of Pakistan .

    please give fund to sehepo so that we should start our project easily

    information secretary

    Abdul Samad Gaad

    Karachi pakistan

  33. OKIDI JOSEPH LEE LAM says:

    Dear sir

    we would also like to have the proposal forms for the funding before the dead line is near

    This is a community base organization based in pader District- norther part of uganda

    we do impliment very many activities, such as women empowerment, Peace Building, Human/women rights Advocacy, Livelihoods, Child Protection Programme, Gender base Violence and HIV/AIDS Awareness creation and Psychosocial support programme to post war affected commuities in Pader and Agago District, The name of the organization is Population Action Youth Net work (PAYNET)

  34. Margaret T. Udoh says:

    These are the objectives of our organization.

    • To emphasize on the importance of good mental health.

    • To provide therapy, counseling and rehabilitation to the physically and psychologically challenged children between the ages of 10 and 17 from advantaged and disadvantaged homes who have lost focus and direction in schools and at home.

    • Giving moral and civic talks which helps in building character, self confidence and uncovering of hidden skills and talents.

    • To provide after school care services for the children whose after school lives have not been planned; by providing skill/talent discovery programs for them; help with their home work; academic disable subjects and enlighten them on how to use their time well and stay away from trouble.

    • To help parents especially mothers to gain a better insight into the understanding of their children by enlightening them on the psychology of children and adolescents.

    • To give awareness to children, teachers and parents on health issues that will affect academic performance if ignored.

    To give awareness to children on the issues of life which are not taught in our regular schools

  35. M. Ikmaluddin Aziz says:

    We have a new organization that is engaged in social, productive economic development for women, business training for girls who are unable to attend school and so forth.

    We desperately need financial assistance, training and support for our organization could do much for the community.

    How and where the way we seek help?

    Please information. Thank you.

    M. Ikmaluddin Aziz

    Secretary

    Civil Society Movement Theater

    (GMPM)

  36. Charles NJI - Journa says:

    We are glad to know about the fund. My organization is called CHARMERS MEDIA AND COMMUNICATION CONSULTS based in Bamenda, Cameroon. It is a group of rural communications who are using the media approach to fight against violence against women in the north west region of Cameroon.

    This fund will give us added impetus in the rural communication work which we have being doing since 2005 when we were created.

    NJI Blasius Charles
    Executive Coordinator
    Journalist-Media Consultant
    CHAMECC
    Bamenda Cameroon

  37. rita nutsugah says:

    I am the CEO of ADD VALUE FOUNDATION based in Ghana our mission is to assist in solving most of the challenges facing the youth, women, less-privilladged and the communities through education,sensitization,awareness creation and so on in order to improve the standard of life of our people.

  38. P. GANESAN says:

    Oliyagam is a Charitable Trust Registered under Indian trust act (Regd.No.15/95) and having FCRA,80g,12A(A) Certificates.

    We have successively conducted various Government and non-government programmes and have related certificates.

    Since its inception is among rural disadvantaged community, trust has established a very good rapport with the target people and government and non-government departments.

    If you to get any further clarification on our work, we are always ready and it would be our duty to provide you the information that is needed.

    We humbly request you to kindly arrange to send us application/guidelines

    Looking forward for a fruitful partnership with you towards the cause of the underprivileged in our target areas.

    Thanking you,

    Yours sincerely,
    For OLIYAGAM TRUST,

    (Lion.P.GANESAN),
    Secretary.

  39. Child Alive Ministry says:

    We are requesting application forms and we want to work in line with United Nation's policies.

    Child Alive Ministry is a newly formed Faith Based Organization (FBO) established in the Eastern region of Zambia.The Goal of the project is to improve the lives of orphans.Child Alive Ministry already has a permanent shelter, a vehicle and two poultry houses with a capacity of accommodating one thousand chickens.

    GOAL

    To improve the lives of women headed households,orphans and street children affected with HIV/AIDS through the provision of physical, educational, social, spiritual, and emotional needs.

    OBJECTIVES

    1. To provide basic and educational needs to orphans and street children

    2. To provide spiritual, social and emotional needs to the subjects

    3. Mobilize strategies of obtaining school fees and other school requirements

    4. Provide the subjects with training skills in poultry, block making, carpentry, and tailoring and crop production

    5. To strengthen the capacity of workers to implement the roles, to meet the needs of children.

    EXPECTED OUTCOME

    • Orphans and street children should have focus on education for self sustainability

    • Also expecting the subjects to develop good spiritual stand and become pioneers of God

    • Expect the subjects to attain human development

    • Expect to have good partnership with other Social Sectors involved in providing help to vulnerable people

  40. Child Alive Ministry says:

    We are requesting for application forms and we want to work in line with United Nation’s policies.

    Child Alive Ministry is a newly formed Faith Based Organization (FBO) established in the Eastern region of Zambia. The Goal of the project is to improve the lives of orphans.Child Alive Ministry already has a permanent shelter, a vehicle and two poultry houses with a capacity of accommodating one thousand chickens.

    GOAL

    To improve the lives of women headed households,orphans and street children affected with HIV/AIDS through the provision of physical, educational, social, spiritual, and emotional needs.

    OBJECTIVES

    1. To provide basic and educational needs to orphans and street children

    2. To provide spiritual, social and emotional needs to the subjects

    3. Mobilize strategies of obtaining school fees and other school requirements

    4. Provide the subjects with training skills in poultry, block making, carpentry, and tailoring and crop production

    5. To strengthen the capacity of workers to implement the roles, to meet the needs of children.

    EXPECTED OUTCOME

    • Orphans and street children should have focus on education for self sustainability

    • Also expecting the subjects to develop good spiritual stand and become pioneers of God

    • Expect the subjects to attain human development

    • Expect to have good partnership with other Social Sectors involved in providing help to vulnerable people

  41. M.R.Loganathan says:

    Respected sir,we are from south india.we are one of the Ngo,working only for very poor womens lifeimprovement.Our Trust name is Social Reform Charitable Trust,registered on 12th october 2006.Having government indias permanent registration certificate 12AA and 80G.Still now we are giving heartfully service to womens and childrens developement.Now we are very happy, because we are going to participate with your project. so expecting 3rd january 2011.kindiy please select and give this oppertunity to do the best service for womens. thanking you.

  42. Ann Sintoyia says:

    Samburu women for education and environment development organization(SWEEDO)is an organization that works with indigenous Samburu women in Kenya to help them participate actively in peace building efforts in the conflict prone areas that they live in.Bearing in mind that the Samburu tribe is 100% patriarchal we are also fighting to end violation of young girls through a cultural practice called beading where young girls are given beads by men therefore becoming their girlfriends and should they get pregnant they are forced to abort through crude methods which give them physical and emotional trauma.

    SWEEDO will therefore sensitize the community against this bad practice and will also educate girls and women on reproductive health and also help empower women to speak up for their rights through civic education.

  43. imran baloch says:

    we are interested to be a partner to The United Nation Trust Funds.our organization Society for Education Promotion & Rural Support (SEPRS) is a “non-profit”, non-political, non-ethnical, non-political non-governmental registered organization. SEPRS has been working in Balochistan pakistan since 1997 in the field of Governance, Health, Gender and Development, Education and Information & Communication Technologies for Development (ICTD). SEPRS was registered in 1997 under Registration # 760, 17 March 1997 with Society Act 1860. SEPRS believes in contributing towards building the civil society institutions marginalized groups for a better social political change to empower the masses. SEPRS has a group of sound volunteer professionals in its Board who give direction to mainstream the activities towards sustainable rural development.

    SEPRS has developed partnerships and associations with public and private sector organizations to complement and supplement each others strengths and resources for achieving the common goals. SEPRS strength lies in its highly qualified, experienced and dedicated team with ability to adapt innovative approaches towards achieving sustainable development.

    Mainstreaming of minorities and marginalized, Gender, HIV/AIDS, Environment and Disaster Risk Reduction are the crosscutting themes in all projects of at SEPRS.

    VISION

    To undertake an integrated approach leading to the empowerment of marginalized groups and work for sustainable (rural) development and uplift of educational standards.

    GOALS & OBJECTIVES

    Following are the primary goals & objectives of SEPRS:

     To work for the social, economic and political empowerment of masses through awareness raising & capacity building comprehensive campaign and efforts.

     To work for women empowerment by making them aware of their rights through concerted and collaborative efforts with all stakeholders

     To take imitative for better health proposition

     To facilitate and motivate youth for acquisition of knowledge and education

     To improve access to basic social services as specially education, water & sanitation;

     To provide an enabling environment for the empowerment of marginalized groups by mobilizing and capacitating civil society institutions;

     To support sustainable rural development interventions through research, documentation, policy analysis & services provision;

     Protection & conservation of natural resources and healthy environment.

    PHILOSOPHY

    Sustainable rural development is a dynamic process posing various needs at different phases of time. These can be dealt with continuous interventions based on designed frameworks that incorporate the requirements projected by the communities and with the help of the communities by strategizing for public-private partnership.

    PROFESSIONAL STRENGTHS

     Highly qualified, experienced and devoted professionals and board members;

     Adaptability to cope up and meet the requirements of diverse socio cultural environment of Balochistan;

     Overwhelming support of local people.

     Acceptance as a representative of common people of the area.

     Extensive network to undertake initiatives at grassroots;

     Availability of state-of-the-art modern equipment and tools;

     Strong partnerships for undertaking innovative initiatives;

     Affiliations with Balochistan AIDS Network, NGO Network for Political Participation and Gender Based Violence Working Group.

    SCOPE OF WORK

    SEPRS has strong linkages with major NGOs and funding agencies working in Pakistan. It has undertaken initiatives in Balochistan with special reference to Naseerabad, Jhal Magsi, and Dera Allah Yar, through collaboration with local CBOs and activists. SEPRS enjoys a rich experience of working in the diverse socio-cultural environment of Pakistan and an extensive networking with the District & Provincial Governments, civil society institutions, media and political parties.

  44. Benedict Gwimo-Actti says:

    My organisation is called Catholic Diocese of Kigoma Justice and Peace Commissionto, we are licated in the Western part of Tanzania in Kigoma region boudering the countries of DRC, Burundi and Rwanda.

    among the many work we do is to provide support to women and girls in the form of trainings so that they are able to defend their rights and minimuse women abuse in the houshold conflicts by providing conflict resolution by peaceful means trainings.

    this call for proposal has come at the time when we needed it so as to get more support on the work we do with regards to women and girls rights. I will be intereset in getting more informations on how to apply for the grand. JPC will be happy to be part of this project

  45. Fata Browne says:

    I am so gald that I came accross this call for proposal, it will enable us fight against violence that women faces in war affected countries like Liberia. We are a non-governmental organization with legal documents to serve as an NGO.We are the Volunteers To Support International Efforts in Developing Africa (VOSIED)Inc.

    Thanks,

    Fata Browne

    Program Manager

  46. Chewe Mulenga says:

    Am the Executive Director of Roan Youth Development an NGO based in Luanshya District on the Copperbelt Province of Zambia in Southern Africa, our priorities seem aligned with United Nation Development Fund for Women-UNIFEM; we strongly believe in eradicating the violence against young women. Our organization has started a project in gender based violence and we took part in the 16 days of activism against violence against young women with support from Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa-OSISA. We have established 4 young women action groups in Mpatamato, Roan, Mikomfwa and Town centre and created a platform for grassroot voices against violence against young women. We would very much like to explore the potential for collaboration between UNIFEM and Roan Youth Development. We remain looking forward to 3rd January 2011 for the online application.

    Warm regards and compliments of the season,

    Chewe Mulenga

    Executive Director

    Roan Youth Development

  47. Agnesdean CANDLE N.G O

    AS EVERYBODY KNOWS THAT PAKISTAN IS IS A DEVELOPING COUNTRY WITH THE HISTORY OF NATURAL DIASASTERS EARTHQUAKES IN 2005 AND RECENT FLOODS OF 2010 HAVE DEVASTATED THE THE ECONOMY OF PAKISTAN BADLY .OUR N.G.O HAS WORKED IN URBAN AREAS FOR FLOOD AFFECTED PEOPLE.

    ANOTHER BURNING FACTOR IS THE VIOLENCE ON WOMEN .ROOT CAUSE IS LITERACY ,POVERTY,AND CAUSES LIKE

    FEUDALISM,AT THE MOMENT OUR N.G.O HAVE RESEARCHED IN PUNJAB ,SIND EN KHYBER PAKHTONKHAWA AND REPORTED THE CASES OF WOMEN VIOLENCE .

    ANOTHER FACTOR POLITICALLY GENDER PROBLEM,WOMEN GET LESS PRESENTATION IN PAKISTAN,LIKE JOBS ETC

    HEALTH HIGH RATE OF INFANT MORTALITY AND POOR MATERNITY CARE,HIV /AIDS

    SOCIALLY,INTERMARRIAGES KARO KARI EXCHANGE OF WOMEN IN CASE OF FIGHTS AND QUARRELS WHERE THEY ARE GIVEN IN EXCHANGE OF LOSE .

    THESE ARE SOME OF THE PROBLEMS WE SHARED .IT IS A CALL FOR PROPOSAL AND I HOPE IF WE ARE PROVIDED WITH YOUR HELP AND ASSISTANCE WE CAN HELP ELIMINATE THOSE PROBLEMS EFFECTIVELY.

  48. REMI SAZUMBA says:

    Je vous remercie vivement du fait que les Nations Unies veulent collaborer directement avec les ONG de la socièté Civile,d'ailleurs, je vous écris de Kananga en RDC province se trouvant au centre dont les mariages forcés de filles, les violence sexuelles de filles, le sida constituent un danger permanent des victimes énumerés, alors nous attandons les conditions, les format de demandes pour accèder à ces subventions, nous demandons ainsi d'allèger les conditions pour l'accès à ces fonds.

    Remi Sazumba

    Président du conseil d'Administration

    de l'ONG CEPO

    RDC-Kasai Occidental

  49. AKAMPURIRA BAKER, Ad says:

    BODCO Stands for Bunyaruguru Orphans and Disabled Children Organisation and we are located in the South western part of Uganda that has gone through a turbulent period of the ADF rebels in the past.

    Over 400 children and adults especially women benefit from this project. We formed women groups and we have empowered them with the necessary trainings as well as small loans to start up business.

    We regularly visit their families to speak to them on how to live a harmonous life.

    For nearly a decade, our influence has continued to grow significantly.

    We hope this fund if accessed will immensely improve our fight and struggle for the rights of women and children generally.

  50. AKAMPURIRA BAKER, Ad says:

    This is a fabulous opportunity for BODCO as an organization that has stood for the rights of girl child,orphans and disabled persons since 2003.

    We have carried out talk shows on radio stations, sponsored girls to go to school, spoken against domestic violence and trained these girls to discover their full God given potential.

    I will be grateful if you email me an application form.

  51. AWAL R OMARA says:

    We serve to introduce to you Child Hope Initiative Project ( CHIP ) , this is a registered nonprofit and a community based organization (CBO) established December 2009 in Kole district – northern Uganda , to help children/ vulnerable children/youth especially the victims of a prolonged wars in northern Uganda engineered by a notorious rebel Joseph Kony and his bandits – lord resistant army rebels (LRA) . Education and other social services in these war ravaged areas and certainly whole of northern region have been delayed due to insurgency meaning that people are in constraint economically resulting to humiliating poverty , Child hope initiative project still deliver its services to a small number of children/youth due to lack of resources however our service will not be limited we wish to extend our project delivery programs in its pilot districts of Lira , Alebtong , Oyam , Otuke and others which has been severely affected by wars conflict , cattle natural disasters and other catrosphies .

    Child Hope Initiative Project has a rehabilitation center which is governed by board members and volunteers corps all affiliated to the project , the project programs has a cross -cutting theme which runs education- technical or vocational and computer trainings , counseling and guidance , HIV/AIDS awareness , adult literacy , counseling and guidance , sex- education both at primary schools and post secondary schools among others) we have 220 beneficiaries of which 197 children are war victims who were abducted by the rebels of lord resistant army of Joseph kony (LRA) and returned home after suffering a tremendous inhuman treatments that need an intensive rehabilitation care education center like what child hope initiative thrive to achieves , however we serve people of all age and background .

    Since the lord resistant army rebels under the leadership of Joseph Kony civil war broke in 1986 infrastructures were destroyed throughout the regional side this led to an intensive and severe and constraint limited access to basic and social services such as education and child vaccination programs etc , children do not graduate from primary school or repeat many classes , schools in this region were destroyed and teachers went untrained for many years , leaving numbers of children out of school and illiterate . Child Hope Initiative Project reach marginalized children-girls , ethnic minorities and children affected by HIV/AIDS , fishing families , pastrolist communities , war affected and other catrosphies , from early childhood throughout adulthood , these children need support both economically and psychically .

    HIV is rapidly spreading within the population of Kole district and northern Uganda at large. The people suffering from this disease need care and treatment. But to change this district or regional’s fate, Kole district needs so much more than care, alone.

    Our HIV and AIDS programs provide three levels of support: care and encouraging patients to attend regular treatment, psychosocial support and prevention education. Our volunteers go into homes in 10 communities throughout the pilot sub- counties to care for bedridden patients. To date, we have provided basic care services to 21 patients. Our services also enable young patients living with HIV to remain in school throughout the year.

    HIV/AIDS is not the only disease afflicting the people of Kole district . Malaria is also a major concern according the ministry of health , Kole has the highest malaria cases in Uganda and is the cause of primary school absentism . Our malaria prevention program teaches children how to prevent and control the disease, including providing treated bed nets to families. The children who have participated in this program say they can now pass on the information they have acquired to their families.

    Using our community-based structures, we help the Ministry of Health encourage families to immunize their children. In addition, we conduct water and sanitation campaigns to promote better sanitation in Kole district as well as the use of safe, clean water. We sensitize and demonstrate them easy way to provide pit latrines to families. In communities such as Bala , Alito, Akalo and Aboke sub counties respectively , the percentage of families with pit latrines has increased from 13 to 40 percent we feel this is not enough considering the breakdown of cholera and related water or air-born diseases. And in select communities, new water systems have been implemented with community health workers and staff monitoring these systems.

    Fulfilling more than basic needs

    Our Early Childhood Care Development programs teach parents that children need more than shelter, food and clothing. We help parents learn how to stimulate their children’s development. While our only rehabilitation center (childcare center) here in Kole district has begun to provide children with nutritious meals and monitor their growth, they also encourage parents to volunteer in the centers to reinforce healthy child care practices at home. Child care workers regularly check in with parents and children to ensure that children are receiving the best care and families living in urban areas are taught about the nutritional value of specific foods, including how to grow home gardens to feed their children.

    To support sustainable livelihood development in this country, vocational apprenticeships are available to school dropouts, youth affected by HIV and AIDS, youth-headed families and disabled youth in the fields of carpentry, masonry, metal crafts and mechanics. Other courses include record and book keeping, business planning, budgeting, money management and marketing – all skills that will help youth support their families.

    Your support will help us render the people of Kole district , northern Uganda – especially the children – escape the deadly clutches of HIV/AIDS and live healthy, happy lives.

    ACTIVITIES UNDERTAKEN DURING THE QUARTER

    The activities undertaken are as shown below:

    - Community Development.

    Child hope initiative project (CHIP) target the grass root marginalize population . The community was mobilized in various parishes and villages to identify the vulnerable children who need help through the local leaders and elders. The excise was successfully done and 120 children were identified including orphans, former abductees, school dropouts and those living with HIV/AIDS as their parents have also passed away.

    -Training on Persons with Disability (PWD)

    The Program officer attended two (2) trainings on disability inclusion and system strengthening organized by World Vision (Aboke Area Development Program). The community was again called by the project to pass on the knowledge of the training to them and all the facilitators and mobilizers participated actively and it ended well.

     

    - Community Mobilization and Sensitization.

    Using local resource persons like opinion leaders, church leaders, elders and clan leaders, the community around Kole District were informed about the new project, its activities, mission and objectives

    - PLANNED ACTIVITIES 2011/2012

    Purchase of learning materials i.e. blackboards, chalks, desks, computers , tables among others.

    Mobilization and sensitization of the communities on HIV/AIDS, prevention and positive living.

    Monitoring, supervision and evaluation of programs and project activities to ascertain if it’s achieving its goals and objectives.

    Increase number of beneficiaries in the project, starting with Orphans and Vulnerable children (OVC), Persons with Disability (PWD).

    Training more persons among the community to act as counselors on HIV/AIDS who will move door to door to sensitize the community and offer voluntary counseling and testing and free distribution of condoms .

    Form youth clubs which will sensitize the community through Music Dance and Drama (MDD), this will be another approach to combat the spread of HIV/AIDS among the community. The activity will be at the end of every month in gazetted public places, radios and television stations.

    Focus on girl child education

    Introduction of sex education program to shall enhance this children to counter the challeges during adolence stage

    Using our radio/television program of "Dwog Paco" meaning come back home to inform children/ youth who are still in the hands of their captors (lord resistant army rebels LRA) to find out their ways home and immediately begin to utilize this project activities .

    We wish to work with United Nation Trust Fund and collaborate with you in our district of Kole .Our organization is the only Community Base Organization (CBO) working with the marginalize community members i.e children , youth , people living with HIV/AIDS and women are highly involved in our core activities , Child hope initiative project is labed as the best and the only CBO in the whole district with its relentness efforts considering its pro-active and active approaches when comes to handling critical issues affecting the community within its project activities . As we ealier on stated we engaged children/youth and women in our various project activies i.e they take training vocational skills in different trade thus:- capentry and joinery , block laying and concrete practice , welding and metal fabrication , painting and decoration , tailoring and garment cutting , information computing and technology , auto mechanical skills among others to enable the explore their brain powers but this depends on the talent each youth exhibited during our pre-test examinations .

    We have youth clubs which addresses various complains such as children in conflicts with the laws , awareness complain front desk that deals directly with child's rights of all forms as constituted in our 1995 child Act , Child hope initiative survey indicates that the community members we serve are either deprive of service delivery by the government or the donor communities , and if any does not reach at the time they needed it or perhaps hijacked by corrupt rudmen in government or in civil society organization in their various capacity , we therefore request your honor to actively involve us with United Nation Trust Fund to work with Child Hope Initiative Project – Kole district , This involvement with child hope initiative project will make a quick through in accomplishing the whole project activities within its time frame and cultivating the positive outcome that directly benefit the community members , we know the rural areas in the target area , child hope initiative project will continue to work within its integrity and transparency , accountable to the people and our donors and its effective and prompt calls for emergencies .

    OBJECTIVES

    – To enrich students with vocational and computer knowledge that they will transform skill they have acquired into commercially viable , economical viable and values , which will expedite the implementation of this project .

    – To strengthen child capacity building conducting research and institutes the civil society where children/adults can engage themselves national activities that benefit their community.

    – Explore an innovative knowledge in collaboration with community participation in producing self sustaining income activities for him/herself and the community they live .

    – To increase the coverage of Internet system / technological access services throughout the community the tremendous introduction and improvement , technology will translate into persistently good results as our students walkout with vital skills in computer or technological related skills this will address critical growth constrain in children /youth ( war victims) and their community .

    – Promoting a fundamental principle that all children deserve an equal start in life in marginalize community.

    – To take an active role in ensuring equal opportunity for children who are still living in internally displaced persons camps (IDPs) by championing computer programs , alternative education and counseling and guidance .

    - Build relationship between children and youth, their family and the community they live , we advocate for children/youth through our education program and contribute to the community knowledge about the issues that impact on the society as whole .

    - We work and continue to work to develop expertise . drawing on our own and others expertise . Child Hope Initiative project has extensive specialist knowledge in children and adolescent welfare , and we are committed to reach and evaluation of what we do and how we do it .

    VISION

    – Children will be equipped with measurable and attainable vocational and computer knowledge that will help them focus and utilize their energy and brain powers in inspiring their ambition .

    – This accomplishment through generosity of our contribution by providing children with program benefit and service that meet their basic needs , enhance their human dignity and raise their physical and educational levels in a meaningful , lasting way . our vision is that each child grow into a healthy , educated and sef-reliant adult who benefits the community .

    Child hope initiative project will continuously foster child rights through our education programs and other socio-economic transformations , we shall tackle core issues affecting children's life in our day today's societies such as child trafficking , child labor , child sacrifices , child soldiers , denouncing some uncultured praticises that appears to injure or causes permanent disfigurement such as female mutilations which is still in practice in some part of the region , we intend to build hope through imparting innovative knowledge and skill in this children/youth of whom we considered as burden in the community to intensively server their own communities .

    At your disposal we request for you to make a site visit for child hope initiative project -Kole to review and evaluate our performances this shall gives you the right pictures of and strength of the project (CHIP) and the community we serve in regard to our current project activities and the emerging ones , we shall tune for any further information that you may need to know about our project and ready to submit a formal proposal at your request for your perusal and actions , we however once again thanks you for support unto various organizations across the globe with aims of meeting the millennium development goals and in a bid of making this world a better place to live .

    Thanks

    Yours Sincerely

    AWAL. R OMARA

    ( Project Coordinator – Child Hope Initiative Project Kole District )

  52. alim-al-razy says:

    Dear Sir/madam,

    Greetins from Light House!

    the name of our organization is Light House, located at Bogra a northern district in Bangladesh. Light House is right based organization working for marginalized and poor with special emphasis to women and children. We do hope that we would be able to work for this assignment. We have valid legal status and at present we are working in most of the districts in Bangladesh.

    Thanks

  53. TECOM FOUNDATION says:

    ecom foundation is an N.G.O Located at Tarkwa in the western region of Ghana

    The foundation was establish in 30-5-08 The executive council are Mr Paul Aggrey Saah

    Madam Sophia Afful Magaret Boakye and Stephen Cudjoe The main objectives are

    Women and Children in development

    Water and sanitation

    Evironmental Protection

    HEALTH

    Human Right

    Agriculture

    Education

    Our primary activities are

    1 Workshop, Durbar and forume on

    a Domestic Violence

    b Cervical Cancer Hepatitis B and Maternal Child and Infant Mortality

    c HIV/AIDS MALARIA AND TB

    2 Food and Livestock Production This is done with the farmers in our catchment area

    3 Career Training for Women

    4 Construction of portable water clinics and school blocks at deprive Areas

    5 Research into fake chemical and Food product

    6 Micro finance to Women in Business

    Our vision is to minimize global pandemic and reduce the level of poverty in the deprive areas

    by 2015 Project design for next year is entitle "SURVIVAL FOR POOR AND NEEDY"

    The foundation therefore counts on your assistance to achieve sucess

  54. SEKYERE TAKYI FRANCI says:

    Hi,

    this funds for women has come at the right time and my organization will need all the needed information

    thank you.

    CEO- ABAAWA HAGAR SAAH MEMORIAL FOUNDATION, GHANA

  55. JOSEPHINE ASKA says:

    FEDERATION OF DEAF WOMEN EMPOWERMENT NETWORK-KENYA is a national deaf women based Organization registered in 2008 under the society's Act Cap 18 of laws of Kenya as anon profit making Organization.

    THE organization thrives on its main objective;to mobilize and empower for active representation,meaningful participation and advocacy for hearing impaired related issues.This is with particular emphasis on deaf women/youth/girl child in all spheres of life and strives to provide a disability friendly platform coupled with inclusive acceptable strategies to address the priority issues in variuos areas of the community as a whole.

    Can we apply?we need an application form urgently and budget format.thank you.

  56. Rashid RISSASI says:

    Je suis Rashid RISSASI, Directeur Général de LA FLORAISON, une organisation non gouvernementale basée à l'Est de la République Démocratique du Congo.

    La Floraison est une organisation communautaire qui poursuit la mission d'améliorer et de promouvoir les conditions des personnes en difficulté tout en les apportant une assistance morale, professionnelle, médicale, matérielle, psychosociale…

    La Floraison est active dans la lutte contre les violences sexuelles basées sur la femme dans le territoire post conflit de Fizi.

    L'organisation est très contente de participer dans l'accomplissement de la mission définie par ce bureau des Nations unies, notre projet vous sera par la suite soumis.

  57. Nathaniel Luke says:

    This is a very good innovation. Good projects under this Trust Fund will go a long way to reduce violence against women especially young girls. The Name of our Organization is Help for AIDS Foundation (HEFOAIDS)and we are involved in a Holistic Multi-sectoral Response to HIV/AIDS pandemic. We will be glad to take part in this project.

  58. A. J. Seddequi (WDOA) says:

    The name of our Local Non Governemetal Oragnisation is Welfare and Development Organisation for Afghanistan (WDOA) which was found and registered with Ministry of women affairs, economic Affairs, Social Walfare Gender and Children’s Affairs and Ministry of interior, education, Agriculture, Social and welfare affairs other concern departments in Afghanistan.
    WDOA is working in different province of Afghanistan and implementing different kinds of projects for Afghani people, Our strongest activities is about Human right-based and gender-responsive, women’s interrelated rights and needs in a situation of prevention and response to violence against both women and girl child, health legal property and inheritance right where in before this time, only the male child was having right to properties of the parents and now the bill has been sigh and pass for both male and female have right to the inheritance which makes the girl to be economic secure to the right.
    Our organization also focus on women groups (Such as women Food Processing Enterprises, Women SHGs, Women Vocational Training centers) that are staying in poverty and other disadvantaged women. We also coordinate and partnership with government and civil organizations that deals with women’s groups and networks.
    During the activities or project implementation of the project there will be sharing skills, knowledge, lessons, ideas through filling and documenting and monitor which is later evaluated and disseminated for results.
    Organization has the strong financial system and is using the system (Quick book).
    We presently have three International donors such as CRS, JRS and Creative Associations that are focus on Food Processing Activities, Self Help Groups Programs, Women Rights, Gender Equality and advocacy programs. The project will be managed by people with expertise skills and experience form both local and International Organizations.
    For further information, please contact us as the Organizations representatives.
    Contact persons: A. J. Seddequi (Executive Director) or Fazal Ghafoor (Program Manager)

  59. Innocent Asiimwe says:

    Action Africa Help – International (AAH-I) is an International African
    Non-Governmental Organization based in Nairobi, Kenya. Our work in Sudan
    (South), Uganda, Zambia, Somalia and Kenya is helping conflict-affected
    communities transition from reliance on humanitarian aid to sustainable
    long-term development.

    We have a very long background of working with disadvantaged communities
    in Africa and our Gender Based Violence activities include;
    1. Scope and extent of GBV analyzed using situational and participatory
    assessments
    2. Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and plan of action for addressing
    GBV established.
    3. Multi-sectoral and inter-agency working group on GBV prevention and
    response established
    4. Participation of community in GBV prevention and response enabled and
    sustained
    5. Information dissemination on GBV established and sustained
    6. Victim/ survivor referral mechanisms established and sustained through
    development of referral pathway
    7. Access to clinical management of rape care, STI/HIV prevention and
    unwanted pregnancy(health partners)
    8. Special procedures for child victim/ survivors established and sustained
    9. Training on GBV prevention and response delivered
    10. Safe houses for women and girls at risk established and sustained
    11. Counseling provided to survivors/victims of GBV
    12. Advocacy for women’s rights and gender equality conducted.

    We are looking forward to partner with you.

    Innocent Asiimwe,
    Area Manager.

  60. Innocent Asiimwe says:

    Action Africa Help – International (AAH-I) is an International African

    Non-Governmental Organization based in Nairobi, Kenya. Our work in Sudan

    (South), Uganda, Zambia, Somalia and Kenya is helping conflict-affected

    communities transition from reliance on humanitarian aid to sustainable

    long-term development.

    We have a very long background of working with disadvantaged communities

    in Africa and our Gender Based Violence activities include;

    1. Scope and extent of GBV analyzed using situational and participatory

    assessments

    2. Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs) and plan of action for addressing

    GBV established.

    3. Multi-sectoral and inter-agency working group on GBV prevention and

    response established

    4. Participation of community in GBV prevention and response enabled and

    sustained

    5. Information dissemination on GBV established and sustained

    6. Victim/ survivor referral mechanisms established and sustained through

    development of referral pathway

    7. Access to clinical management of rape care, STI/HIV prevention and

    unwanted pregnancy(health partners)

    8. Special procedures for child victim/ survivors established and sustained

    9. Training on GBV prevention and response delivered

    10. Safe houses for women and girls at risk established and sustained

    11. Counseling provided to survivors/victims of GBV

    12. Advocacy for women’s rights and gender equality conducted.

    We are looking forward to partner with you.

    Innocent Asiimwe,

    Area Manager.

  61. A. J. Seddequi (WDOA says:

    Dear Sir,
    The name of our Local Non Governemetal Oragnisation is Welfare and Development Organisation for Afghanistan (WDOA) which was found and registered with Ministry of women affairs, economic Affairs, Social Walfare Gender and Children’s Affairs and Ministry of interior, education, Agriculture, Social and welfare affairs other concern departments in Afghanistan.
    WDOA is working in different province of Afghanistan and implementing different kinds of projects for Afghani people, Our strongest activities is about Human right-based and gender-responsive, women’s interrelated rights and needs in a situation of prevention and response to violence against both women and girl child, health legal property and inheritance right where in before this time, only the male child was having right to properties of the parents and now the bill has been sigh and pass for both male and female have right to the inheritance which makes the girl to be economic secure to the right.
    Our organization also focus on women groups (Such as women Food Processing Enterprises, Women SHGs, Women Vocational Training centers) that are staying in poverty and other disadvantaged women. We also coordinate and partnership with government and civil organizations that deals with women’s groups and networks.
    During the activities or project implementation of the project there will be sharing skills, knowledge, lessons, ideas through filling and documenting and monitor which is later evaluated and disseminated for results.
    Organization has the strong financial system and is using the system (Quick book).
    We presently have three International donors such as CRS, JRS and Creative Associations that are focus on Food Processing Activities, Self Help Groups Programs, Women Rights, Gender Equality and advocacy programs. The project will be managed by people with expertise skills and experience form both local and International Organizations.
    For further information, please contact us as the Organizations representatives.
    Contact persons: A. J. Seddequi (Executive Director) or Fazal Ghafoor (Program Manager)

  62. We are a small group of foreign language teachers fighting against children's sexual abuse and incest ,early marriages that leads to girls' wisdrawal from school.It would be of great help to be part of this project

  63. ASHOK PATEL says:

    My Trust
    Free Donors in 80-G(5) Tax Free

  64. Jo I Awuru says:

    Hope Life Cooperation (HLC) is a Charitable and non-profit making organization established in 2004.As an advocate organization we work in the area of human right particularly women and girls rights, HIV/AIDS, TB and malaria.

    Our major work focus on sexual and gender-based violence against women and girls, property and inheritance which women are been denying their rights.

    I look forward for your respond.

  65. AFNET is a Non Governmental Organization working in 9 regions of Tanzania. we work with communities to bring positive changes socially, politically, economically and culturally. We implement programs on gender based violence, anti – Female genital mutilation, support to most vulnerable children and life skills for the youth. we are interested to partner with UNIFERM to strengthen our programs.

    Sarah Mwaga

    Executive Director

  66. ghulam qadir says:

    dear sir/madam
    Our society’s motto is to help and support the poor,homeless,disabled,jobless,flood affectees,child labour and woman violence.We feel like helping the needy to take out them from thier tentons.In fact now the society needs to support in health and education, we are hopefully to implore you
    for helping the people in our area.
    with regards

  67. ghulam qadir says:

    dear sir/madam

    Our society's motto is to provide the basic and needy support.The society has been working for three years in its area.It has achieved while supporting the jobless, homeless,hungry,flood affectees and voilence woman.In fact now the society needs working in health and education.

    with regards

  68. Intisar Iftikhar baloch says:

    Respected/sir,
    our organization registered welfare society with the name of Caring hands Welfare society Mirpurkhas sindh pakistan. our organization out any project is working with rural development specially girls education health orphan children women right and bonded labor.
    seeking your favourable response and thanking you in advance.

    your truly,
    Intisar iftikhar baloch
    president,
    Caring Hands Welfare Society

  69. Che Lilian says:

    Fudec is a community based organisation in the North West Region of Cameroon. It has existed just for two years and works with destitude women and orphans.
    Fudec’s main area of intervention is in building the capacities of women and teenage mothers in income generation and provision of loans.
    we would be happy to be part of the program

  70. HUMAN UNITED MISSION says:

    OUR ORGANISATION HUMAN UNITED MISSION IS WORKING FOR THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF HUMAN BEING FROM WEST BENGAL AND JHARKHAND. WE WOULD LIKE TO WORK IN ASSOCIATION WITH YOUR ESTEEMED ORGANISATION. EMPOWERMENT OF WOMEN THROUGH TRAINING AND EDUCATION, ASSISTING THRU LOANS AND SELL THEIR PRODUCES THRU NETWORK IS DONE BY US.WE WOULD LIKE TO FIGHT OUT THE INTERMEDIATION OF SPIRALLING CREDITS AGAINST THEM.

    WE WPOUL BE HONOURED IF WE CAN BE A PART OF THE PROJECT.

  71. Annet kibirige says:

    Thanks for this information

  72. Sumatra island, in Indonesia, is trapped in the rings of fire. Natural disasters took place one among others is tsunami in Aceh, earthquake in Padang,and many other places in Indonesia. We are MTBS (masyarakat tanggap bencana sumatra: Disaster Response Society of Sumatra)has a big concern on the issues of humanitarian and environment, though small, our NGO is now making efforts to make campaign of DRR (disaster risks reduction)management in some disaster-hit areas in Sumatra Island. The latest tsunami took place in Mentawai Island in Indonesia…people especially children are still in great need of basic needs such as shelters, education, medical & psychological care, proper hygiene, jobs, and food. The MTBS would surely be honoured to be part of this project.

    best regard,

    For MTBS

    Anhar Azhari Matondang

    project manager

  73. bob nelson okello says:

    women are like any commodity of trade with a price on their heads in my home area.they drop out of school as early as 15yrs to marry against their will and bring capital home inform of dowry.they will pay heavily later by tilling land aggressively hence becoming the beasts of burden. so i believe this program will enhance the status quo and thus having the evil against women shushed.

  74. Dinesh Kumar Bhai says:

    I am glad to come across this organisation which I am interested to be a partner to The United Nation Trust Funds.

    The name of our Local Non Governemetal Oragnisation is Rural Development Society and Vocational training Organisation (RUDSOVOT) which was found and registered with Social Walfare Gender and women development Children’s Affairs in India.

    Our strongest activities is about Human right-based and gender-responsive, women’s interrelated rights and needs in a situation of prevention and response to SHG Formation and Bank Linkage Programme, health legal property and inheritance right where in before this time, only the male child was having right to properties of the parents and now the bill has been sigh and pass for both male and female have right to the inheritance whci makes the girl to be economic secure to the right.

    Our organisation also focus on wemen gorups that are staying in poverty and other disadvantaged women. We also coordinate and partnershipwith government and civil organisations that daels with women’s gorups and networks.

    During the activities or project implementation of the project there will be sharing skills, knowldge, lessons, ideas through filling and documenting and monitor which is later evaluated and disseminated for results.

    The organisation also give account for all the money received and spent with proper documentation.

    We presently have NABARD,local donors that are focus on agricultural activities of these gorups of women and our expectation is to expand this Local NGO which will only be possible with the help of more funding from organistion of your kind. We promised to be accountable for all our activities with regards to any funding that RUDSOVOT Orgainsation will get.

    The project will be managed by people with expertise skills and experience form both local and International Organisations .

    For further information, please contact me as the project Coordinator.

  75. My name is Kenndy I. says:

    Our organisation is Family Help Foundation international (FAHFIN). It is presently based in Ebonyi State Nigeria. We work to promote gender equity , poverty reduction and many more. We will like to be part of this project.

  76. Beatrice david says:

    December 1.2010 at7.30
    Thank you for your information.my organization is non profit organization women's income development program to adults-cent poor girls in India. Awareness program,drop out children school,rural development poor girls,orphan girls,health education,women care center,training for females. we are here by applying fund to support the project .waiting for your support and guidelines.

    Thanking you
    director.

  77. Rekha Shrestha says:

    Thank you for information our organization is a small ngo running HIV/AIDS Awareness program among female Sex worker and their Clients & Income Generation program to adolescent girls Group in nepal, Applying this funding please send format and guidelines, thank you sir

    expects support from every sides

  78. Raymond wasanga says:

    we have an NGOS locale in CONGO DEMOCRATIC an organisation of desabilities persons, we can call proposal in UNIFEM but we don't know the conditions and exigences

  79. Jpriskie Ontong says:

    This is joriskie Ontong the chairperson to the Federation of the Bangsamoro Youth Organizations,located in Mindanao, Philippines do hereby also want to avail the grants assistance for the implementation of our programs for social awareness of the youth the Human Rights and the Good Governance. we hope this will merits your attention.

    thank you so much.

    Joriskie Ontong
    Chairperson, FBYO.

  80. Azhar Tanwri says:

    Dear Sir/Madam:

    “Combined Youth Council Pakistan” (CYCP) is a Non-Profit, Non-Political, Non-Religious program for the betterment of the Youth of Pakistan. Youth is the backbone of any society and if it is well trained, it can play constructive role in the progress and prosperity of nations and people. Such a nation is truly wealthy because its youngsters are capable of lending a helping hand to people in need. So, Combined Youth Council Pakistan (CYCP) is providing the platform to the Youth Of Pakistan.

    CYCP focuses on the physical, mental and spiritual development of the Youth of Pakistan to build their skills and capacity, and is struggling for better quality of education, bringing a change through civil society activism, advocacy for human rights and getting the Youth to realize its importance in community development. CYCP also works for building up leadership qualities and career counseling of youngsters for their sustainable development, which is in the favor of themselves as well as for the country.

    CYCP is a Public Organization and we are working at initial stage so we need technical and financial support from you so that we can progress in our mission.

    "Young people should be at the Forefront of global change and innovation. Empowered, they can be key agents for Development and Peace. If, however, they are left on society's margins, all of us will be impoverished. Let us ensure that all young people have every opportunity to participate fully in the development and progress of their own and their society."

    Thanks
    Regards.

    Azhar Hussain Tanwari
    Chairman, CYCP

  81. Rev.N.M.Lall says:

    Eternity Charitable Trust is a non-government, non-profit and registered trust. Helping all the possible ways to helpless widows and deserving slum students and needy people. This year we have planned to give widows pension scheme. Once we started we cannot stop it so we need monetary help regularly every year.

  82. Volunteers for Orpha says:

    We are a non-profit organisation working in parts of Niger Delta, namely Awo-omamma, Obor, Oguta and Port Harcourt. We cater for abandoned teenage pregnant girls, orphans, provide skills acquisition for indigent youths and women, as well as provide medi-care for the poor and handicapped in our communities. Can we apply for this grant.

    Signed: Chief Mrs. Bridget A Duru

    President.

  83. Volunteers for Orpha says:

    We are a non-profit organisation working to eradicate poverty in some parts of Niger Delta of Nigeria, West Africa, Namely Awo-Omamma, Obor, Oguta and Port Harcourt. We cater for teenage pregnant girls abandoned by families,provide education for indigent pupils, provide skills acquisition for indigent youths and women. We also provide medi-care for the poor in our communities. Can we apply for this grant.

  84. Mrs. A.O.Eke, Nigeri says:

    Amazing Care Foundation is a woman-focused NGO working at the grass root level for the underprivileged.Our main overall objective is to make life meaningful for the under privileged women, youth and children.

    We will like to be part of this project as it will give us better opportunity to help these nobodies to become somebodies and have voice in the society.

  85. Respected sir ,

    My name is john raju. Iam from India. sir i having a new NGOs which is named as Salvation .Its is based on prostution . Where we working to resue the victim from the flesh industry.And supply all they need from medicare to clothing . It will be helpful for us if you come forward to help our NGOs . May GOD bless .

    Thankyou

  86. Wahid Khan says:

    womenshade pakistan is a local NGO working in Baluchistn Province, Pakistan, striving for ending violence agaisnt women.

    Wahid Khan
    WomenShade Pakistan

  87. Humanitarian Advocacy & development institution (HADI) 700 hundred Females trained in vocational trainings, 200 Male and female trained in computer trainings, 145 Male and female support in taking job in different Government and non government deportment. 50 male and females trained in skills development training like detergent making candle making soaps making, and also 500 teachers trained for school improvement plan especially in government girls’ school

    Our Organization with out any project is working with rural development specially girls education, health, women rights, recourses mobilization, youth development, unemployment peoples support, vocational trainings for females. Computer centre for females, support in government girls schools missing facilities and also school improvement plan trainings, conduct school Management Committees trainings session in over all district sanghar schools. Celebrating national international days women right day, international women day mother day, teachers day, HIV AIDS day, Global hand washing day, child labor day, international labor day, cultural day, human right day, media day, and also our religion days celebrated in whole district, and computer centre for female and vocational centre for women in running in Shahpur Chakar town.
    HADI Future plan is to conduct free medical camp for Shahpur Chakar rural areas hepatitis vaccine, sugar test and medicine provide in diabetes peasants’

    Sir we are jointly work with you as per your respective organization policies please support us for any project we are waiting for your positive response

    Thanks Mehmmood Alam Bhatti
    Director HADI

    Best wisher

  88. Nontuthu Conjwa-Dia says:

    Hi i am from South Africa Maqhinebeni FCM project works towards ensuring that children live and grow in healthy and safe environment. This we do by working with pragnant mothers and caregivers. We also work with schools targeting primary schools.

    Our objectives are as follows:

    1. To facilitate household food security

    2. To provide expression platform for children in and out of school to speak out any form of abuse be it bully peers,domestic violence.

    3. To facilitate cluster workshops on home based early childhood development

    4. To network and build effective partnership for sharing and learning from each other.

    We invite partners that share in our plight for children to grow without fear of hunger,abuse and constant fighting at home.

    Nontuthu Conjwa-Dia

    FCM Project Manager

    Eastern Cape

    South Africa

  89. abshir askar nohamed says:

    thank you for your endeavor such development programme and initiatives.

    we are a local non-governmental organizatio exist in Northern somalia or somaliland, called somali Transformation group(SOMTRAG).

    thanks.

  90. Khayrul Anam says:

    Greetings from Reaserch & Human Developement Centre, West Bengal ,India.RHDC is a non-profit,voluntary organisation working in the field of community developement programs,specifically the Women and children belonging to the tribal(santhal) community in the district of Birbhum in West Bengal, India. These people are poor,marginalised and socialy excluded.Their traditional property rights are denied,they are deprived of all sorts of public services.

    We would be grateful to be a part of this project.

    Khayrul Anam

    General Secretary.

    RHDC

  91. Esther Soti says:

    It is great having thought of directing funds towards prevention of violence against women in our communities. It is important to note that VAW is the most pervasive yet under recognized human rights violation in the world today. It is also a profound public health problem that saps women’s energy, compromises their physical and mental health, and erodes their self-esteem. It also poses undue burden on health care services with women who have suffered violence being more likely to need health services and at higher cost, compared to women who have not suffered violence. I do work with an NGO called DEVLINK in a rural community in Kenya where cases of violence are rampant but women suffer in silence due to the reluctance of relevant institutions to address this vice adequately. We would be glad to be part of the program to enable us address deeply rooted cultural issues contributing to the vice in our community.

    It is my hope that this initiative will to some extent enhance protection of women by those who will be lucky to partake of the interventions

  92. Lakshumaiah.J says:

    Dear Sir/Madem

    Thank you somuch for your wonderful support. We are very happy

    Lakshumaiah.J

    Secretary

    Help Society for Poor and Disabled(HSPD)

    Markapur – 523316

    Prakasam District

    Andhra Pradesh

    S.India.

  93. Conscious and Mcjewe says:

    We are a community based organization in Zambia dealing in the educational needs of the OVCs especially girls. We also look into the issues that deals with widows and the aged women as the prime caretakers of the OVCs. Can we apply for this funding.

  94. Nasim Ansari-Tarun C says:

    Dear friend,

    Thanks for your great initiative, violence against women must end. Our organization "Tarun Chetna" is working on this issue also.

  95. Augustine Lambert says:

    Center for Community Empowerment (CECOE) is a non-profit, non-partisan Civil Society Organization committed to poverty alleviation among the Rural and urban communities in Kenya, it is based in Eldoret in North rift Region, Western Kenya, East Africa. Center for Community Empowerment began in 2007 as a Civil Society Organization focused to poverty alleviation among urban and rural communities in North Rift through social change approaches by embracing capacity building, advocacy on right based approaches, research and networking with other like minded organizations towards sustainable development.

    Today CECOE advocacy work in the region, is based on areas of peace building by mainstreaming culture of peace other than engaging in peace and reconciliation activities among the communities in North Rift due effect of Post Election Violence, also we are involved in mainstreaming culture of peace in Kerio Valley which has been prone to culture of cattle rustling. We are also angaged in Psychosocial support to help the healing process among the communities, Educational programs both which aim direct at increasing the number of school going children and also increasing the number of students who joint higher education and the state to improve public policy and keep the number of children enrolled in free primary education increased, advocating for the accountability of both state and non state actors to ensure effective and accountable use of devolved funds and citizen involvement in management of the funds.

    CECOE being a program based organization, we are going to pursue our vision, mission to a chieve specific objectives basing on specific programs.

    Our Objectives

    We are committed to poverty alleviation in communities through the following specific objectives;

    1. Empowerment of communities through economic capacity building towards sustainable economic activities

    2. To facilitate and encourage popular participation in access to, and distribution of resources within the community

    3. Promotion of networks, linkages and information sharing among the population , partners, community/ public institutions and other stakeholders

    4. Empower the communities mitigate the impacts of HIV/AIDS, malaria and Tuberculosis

    5. Exploit resources with sustainability of resources in mind

    6. Enhance our capacity as an organization

    7. To promote conflict sensitivity in development , service delivery and peace building processes

    8. Promote psycho-social support and rehabilitation

  96. AYUBU SAMWELI says:

    Dear friends.
    we would like to introduce our organization known has TALIA FOUNDATION we are in Tanzania. we are dealing with the women,youth,children and most vulnerable children Through, health,Gender Transformation,violence,Right,Economic.so if any one who want to support us please contact us
    yours faith fully
    AYUBU SAMWELI
    DIRECTOR

  97. NKUSI Jean Damascene says:

    I am NKUSI Jean Damascene,thanks togive us this proposal for me I am against poverty from rice farmers in my country RWANDA

  98. machilika matemba says:

    Hi,

    We have been waiting for this opportunity to end violence against women in Mwanza Malalwi and this trust fund will assist our organization that deals with HIV and AIDS TO CURB out the violence against all the PLHIV women victimised by their husbands because of disclosing their status.

    We hope Mwanza AIDS Support Organization will qualify for the trust fund.

    Thank you all and waiting for the online application by 3rd January, 2010.

  99. daniel meshach says:

    The Rural Education And Development Association – READA would like to be a member of your working team. So we greately expect your further guidance to follow. The READA agency is working for Gypsies ie., indigeneous people in South India by name NARIKURAVAS in Tamil Nadu State. Please guide us how to apply. We work for such group for more than 28 years. But currently we do not have funds to continue it. So kindly help us to utilise your resources. Thanks. Daniel Meshach, READA.

  100. WENDO N. D says:

    DANDELION KENYA

    We are a community Based Organisation, We train, empower and monitor HIV positive women and marginalised women in Rift Valley in Kenya on improving their economic livelihood, campaign for end of violence against women, and we educate them on their human rights, promote their projects and train them on entrepreneurship.

    We would be honoured to be part of this process.

    Thank you

  101. M.A Kunbhar says:

    Dear Sir/Madam,

    Our organization, The Care (A Cooperative Organization For Community Assistance and Relief For Every One) is a not for profit, non governmental organization, working for improvement in living standard of poor peoples in rural area of District Sanghar in Pakistan since last 5 years.

    The Care is intend to be launched some community development activities in this backward and neglected area, but unfortunately our limited financial resources have prevent us to do it. In this connection, you are kindly requested to please be help us in our proposed community development activities under your Small Grants Scheme. In this regard, a complete proposal may be submitted for your kind consideration.

    Kindly be sent us the detailed information/guidelines regarding it, for submission of proposal.

    We are awaiting an early response from your end.

    With best Regards,

    Yours sincerely

    M. A Kunbhar

    General Secretary

  102. Orngu Titus says:

    I find this call timely and interesting and will assist some NGOs with proposal development information to access the funds.

    At the moment, I work with NELA Consortium and Civil Society on HIV/AIDS in Nigeria (CiSHAN).

    I will be glad to be a part of desired transformation the project/fund will bring to the lives of rural women in Nigeria.

  103. Prakash Yadav says:

    I take this opportunity to introduce our organization ‘Prakash Shikshan Prasarak Sanstha (PSPS) a non-governmental, non-profit organization established by some dedicated knowledgeable and experienced persons. It is established in 1985 under the Societies Registration Act. 1860 and the Bombay Public Trust Act. 1950. It is also registered under the Foreign Currency Registration Act. 1976. PSPS is working for last 29 years for the development of various segments of rural population in Sangli District.
    During the course of our activities related to women development we experienced that there are so many women (Widow, diverse, destitutes) who are neglected vulnerable and deprived of basic services like health and education. Currently, our society is working with the development of the nomadic tribes called ‘Nandiwale and Gosavi’. We had a series of discussions with this community living in different villages of Tasgaon & Palus and Jat block. During the discussions, we come to know that the educational development of these women Kampers .The women are under tension for their economic and family problems. Therefore, we are now planning to implement a comprehensive development programme for such women living in different villages of Tasgaon and Palus and Jat block.
    We want to take up the programme for Nomadic Tribe’s Women, Who are economically backward. We want your guidance and co-operation.

    Since, your Organization is working towards supporting programmes for women development. If you have issued any guidelines of application for the reciprocation of non-governmental Organization, we request you, kindly send prescribed application format.

    We also invite you to our project area to see our activities.
    Looking towards to hearing from you soon.

    (Thanking you)
    Prakash Yadav
    (Secretary)
    Prakash Shikshan Prasarak Sanstha
    P.O.Tasgaon.-416312
    DT: Sangli. Maharashtra. India.

  104. Rebecca Nakanwagi says:

    Dear Sir/Madam we are women, men, youth with different categorizes of disability together with women/widows based in Rubaga Division in Uganda Africa with a major aim of providing employment opportunities and reduction of HIV/AIDs in our area. all information concerns us is within the proposal.

    we would wish to receive forms from you and instructions on how we can get these forms in order to send our proposal to you.

    we shall be most grateful if you could support our Association.

    Rebecca

    Director

  105. Anyuma julius says:

    Hallo

    Am julius for the Community based organization.called African Positive Outlook(APO)we are in north eastern Uganda,in the District of Soroti,we are majoring in creating a awareness below,

    -drug and alcohol
    -domestic violence
    - environment
    -Hiv/Aids
    all is focusing on women,we are one and half years old can we also apply.

    julius Anyuma

    Coordinator

  106. Yusuf Bangura says:

    Thanks for your endeavor to introduced such innovative programme that promotes gender and human rights issues.

    The name of our local NGO is called Destiny Women Empowerment Organization (DWEO) based in Deep – Eye Water, Main Waterloo High Way, Western Area Rural District Sierra Leone. It was established in June 2008. Our thematic areas are as follows; 1) Access to Sexual and Reproductive Health Rights(ASRHR)2)Gender and Women;s Empowerment/(SGBV)3)HIV/AIDS Prevention and Family Planning 4)Advocacy 5) Peace Building and Human Rights Issues 6) LIFE SKILLS Training 7) Agriculture and Rural Development.

    So far, can you please help us with the template for the concept note required on the UN Trust Fund call for proposal on ending violence against women? Thanks!
    Hope to hear from you.

  107. A.sornamani says:

    hi, we are running RDAT(Rural Development Action Trust) we are working for against hiv, poverty, global warming, female child death, i think this project also very helpful to serve the people, we are very egar to join this project, kindly join us.

  108. Nimusiima Adrine says:

    Every time has its own happenings,so always be ready!

  109. Community Empowerment Development Association (CEDA) – an NGO Working for community uplift and disaster management in Pakistan since 1965. Since its establishment the organization has remained in the forefront regarding community development, advocacy on social issues,health, education and gender issues. Our mission is to envisage a just society where people’s dignity is ensured, where basic needs are met, where there is equity in the distribution of resources, and where people are free to be the authors of their own development. We help the vulnerable and margenlised groups without any discrimination and we have the systems – based on social accountability.
    CEDA is working hard to initiate and promote gender sensitization in the area, provide women access to markets, giving wider experience of the world outside the home, access to information and possibilities for development of other social and political roles. It also Organize awareness campaigns for Girl's Education. CEDA is working hard to achievethe following objectives:-
    • To free underprivileged children from the pangs of hunger.
    • To empower them with an access to education.
    • To enable them think clearly and work effectively.
    • alleviate malnutrition problem.
    CEDA is promoting and encouraging the education of underprivileged children because we believe that education can unlock the vicious and self-perpetuating cycle of hunger and poverty. We also provide skill-based training to victims and encourage their participation in peace building activities. If we fail to achieve these objective, our dream to acieve the mellenium development goals (MDGs) will be a wishful thinking.
    To achieve melleniumum Development Goals (MDGs) in Pakistan, CEDA is sharing its proposals with the potential doners for its successful implementation.

  110. please grant our group which is catering for disadvantaged children and old people.

  111. Jonas Kyanfura says:

    TAFCOM (Tanzanian Organization Facilitating Community Development Projects) is a registered
    non-governmental organization (NGO) that has been working in Tanzania since 2005. Our principle goal is
    to initiate, facilitate and promote initiatives with a focus on poverty alleviation and human rights. Working
    in close partnership with our community, TAFCOM aims to foster opportunities for development with long
    term sustainability

    VISION
    We hope to develop a responsible community that
    works together to address issues affecting human
    rights.
    MISSION
    We are determined to foster sustainable
    opportunities for development by working with the
    local community.

  112. Hon. Kule Sulaiti says:

    I wish to to get the application guideline.
    This is very Good. This Befits in my Ministry.

    We mainstream in Ending Violence against women.

    Hon. Kule Sulaiti.

  113. good morning sir our organization is a small ngo running mentally retarded school with local doctors, Applying this funding please send format and guidelines, thank you sir

  114. Ernest Fetogang says:

    We are a network organization that capacitate NGO/CBO/FBOs for them to be able to care and support children and caregivers where government cannot manage. This involves advocacy, policy awareness and implementation, economic strenthning, and trainings.Marang Child Care Network Trust is located in Southern Africa, Botswana. We are wondering if were are eligible to apply and what could possible be the budget range?? Thanks.

  115. Grace Bantebya says:

    Thank you for this great initiative, violence against women must end.

  116. Shamsun Nahar says:

    Saptadinga a non government development organization has been implementing programs/projects of women economic empowerment through entrepreneur and enterprise development programs. In this programs we have entrepreneur and micro enterprise management capacity building, technology skill development, policy advocacy for women entrepreneurship at government and public level, link the graduated women with different support agencies. We also do market research for products produced by the women. To stop violence against women entrepreneurship development plays an active role. Saptadinga is addressing stop violence against women through entrepreneurship development programs.

    Saptadinga is registered under society act and NGO affair’s Bureau of Bangladesh.

    At this stage the people are saying that women should get rid of micro credit. If these women would like to get rid of micro credit they need to establish micro enterprises, have to develop an alternative market value chain. In order to launch the micro-enterprise the women have to be professional on enterprise management, they have to get bank loan, and have to have access to the national and global market. NGOs can provide small loans, which can help establish self-employment projects. But if some one would like to initiate enterprises they need higher amount of loan and bank can provide this loan with lower interest rate. These women and men have to obtain bank loan for their own business ventures. Obtaining loans from bank is a special skill and these women have to make them skill on the process of obtaining bank loan. In Bangladesh the scheduled banks have come out with the new services for these women who are engaged with self employment projects.

    The growing numbers of victims of climate change are now frustrated about their current profession are requesting Saptadinga to organize training on improvements of 13 entrepreneurship competencies and four components of enterprise management capacity building, business communication skills development, technology transfer, designing, color combination, packaging, capital for launching business ventures, networking, process of promotion and publicity of the products and pave the way to obtain the opportunities created by different support agencies, needs for policy advocacy on entrepreneurship development, how to develop an strategy to cope with changed climate when they participated in seminars, meetings organized by Saptadinga.

    So pls consider Saptadinga to be able to apply for this project.

  117. INNOCENT BIDEBERI says:

    Glofea as the GLOBAL FAMILY ENLIGHTENMENT ASSOCIATION

    empowers the communities on issues of gender advocacy,marital family awareness and psychology of human relations, all these activities help women and children realese their potentialities and hence get their rights with full knowledge. I as the Executive Director I hithertoo ask for Application form.

    Looking forward for your positive response.

  118. Saidu Ogeds Onajite says:

    We just icorporated an ngo that is into women and youth empowerment. Our ingural meeting will be coming up the second week of January. Empowernment from our angle will be tackle from enlightment of the northern women in nigeria the need to start with the very basic of their rights. Most proposal requirement involves audited statement of account for two years or more. As a new ngo can we apply for the grant? WE ll want to be part of this project.

  119. Paul Muchiri says:

    Am glad to have come across you. my organization is a Non-profit registered as such in Kenya and working towards women empowerment in terms of awareness on their rights and economic eempowerment. We have a membership of over 5,000 women. We help them to manage mico-table banking projects but have had no support to boost their contribution or even cater for administative affairs. Kindly assist

  120. Wycliffe Matende says:

    Action Africa Help International (AAHI) is interested. Please avail us with application form

  121. Binod Kr. Adhikari says:

    we are small organization working in north -east region state of India Sikkim, we need lots of support to actively work on women empowerment and poverty alleviation

    expects support from every sides

    Binod Kr aadhikari
    Executive Director
    Yuwa jagriti sangh
    NGO, Sikkim , India

  122. Mutumba Moses says:

    please avail us with the application forms

  123. UVONJI YOUNG FRANCO says:

    CAN PRIVATE (NOT FOR PROFIT AND PROFIT ORIENTED) ORGANIZATIONS ALSO APPLY?

    UVONJI YOUNG FERANCO

    DIRECTOR GENERAL,

    JOLT AND SHOCK ADVENTURE

  124. Palosa Welfare Organization, Palosa Sar Karak Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Pakistan is registered with directorate of Social Welfare Peshawar is newly developed organization. It works over developing living standard of the people of union council Palosa Sar by providing support to community people in educational, health, infrastructure etc. by mobilizing people to help themselves and others. Provision of community support especially in the areas where there is risk of destabilization like in case of emergency/accidents/death cases one has to arrange huge money, if is supported then he may be protected from destabilization. Currently we depends over membership fee, donation. If has some grant for our organization or some trainings opportunities like this for improving developmental skills of our individuals, will enable us for better performing the noble cause.

  125. Henry Julius says:

    I am glad to come across this organisation which I am interested to be a partner to The United Nation Trust Funds.

    The name of our Local Non Governemetal Oragnisation is Nenbuma Community Development Organisation which was found and registered with Social Walfare Gender and Children's Affairs in Sierra Leone.

    Our strongest activities is about Human right-based and gender-responsive, women's interrelated rights and needs in a situation of prevention and response to violence against both women and girl child, health legal property and inheritance right where in before this time, only the male child was having right to properties of the parents and now the bill has been sigh and pass for both male and female have right to the inheritance whci makes the girl to be economic secure to the right.

    Our organisation also focus on wemen gorups that are staying in poverty and other disadvantaged women. We also coordinate and partnershipwith government and civil organisations that daels with women's gorups and networks.

    During the activities or project implementation of the project there will be sharing skills, knowldge, lessons, ideas through filling and documenting and monitor which is later evaluated and disseminated for results.

    The organisation also give account for all the money received and spent with proper documentation.

    We presently have two local donors that are focus on agricultural activities of these gorups of women and our expectation is to expand this Local NGO which will only be possible with the help of more funding from organistion of your kind. We promised to be accountable for all our activities with regards to any funding that Nenbuma Community Development Orgainsation will get.

    The project will be managed by people with expertise skills and experience form both local and International Organisations .

    For further information, please contact me as the project Coordinator.

  126. Susan Green says:

    Hello,

    What is the range of the grant amount?

    Thank you.

    S Green

    Afghanistan

  127. We want to inquire if Faith Based Organizations (FBOs) are eligible for this call for proposal.

    Thank you.

    For HEKAN HQ,

    Dilli, J.B.

    Project Manager

  128. Clifford Malisawa says:

    Can small community based organizations apply for this funding?

  129. Thandeka Mayekiso says:

    The Karoo Butterfly Centre ( KBC) is a Safe House to be erected for vulnerable and at-risk children and destitute boys and girls: Sexually abused, abused and orphaned children (mostly through HIV/AIDS), in Beaufort West in the Central Karoo Municipality District (CKDM) in South Africa.

    As a Safe House, the KBC will provide the required safe environment where these girls and boys would meet their basic needs such as shelter, education, medical & psychological care, proper hygiene; legal assistance, food, warmth and a family.

    The KBC would be honoured to be part of this project.