Terre des Hommes Netherlands: Combating the Worst Forms of Child Labour (WFCL) in Uganda

Deadline: 16 November 2015

Terre des Hommes Netherlands is inviting non-governmental organizations in Uganda for its program called “Combating the Worst Forms of Child Labour (WFCL) in Uganda” in order to to increase its support to comprehensive projects addressing (the worst forms of) child labour in Eastern Africa.

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According to the US Department of Labor (USDOL) 2014 report, Uganda’s child labour prevalence rate stands at 30%. A total of 2,700 children are involved in the worst forms of child labour (including child soldiers and child labourers in mining) and 73,290 are engaged in domestic slavery. The USDOL report highlights the lack of primary school completion rates (53.1%), high levels of poverty, high numbers of orphans (HIV/AIDS) and child-headed households, traditional norms pushing children to contribute to the household income, combined with upcoming industrial growth with a high demand for labour.

The initial planned duration of a project should be 33 months, starting on 1 April 2016.

Objectives

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  • Children at risk of the worst forms of child labour and children exploited through the worst forms of labour claim their rights
  • Families and communities protect children children from (the worst forms of) child labour
  • Government protects children from the (worst forms of) child labour by making and adequately implementing laws and policies
  • Law enforcement agencies convict employers of children
  • Civil society organisations protect the rights and best interest of children (specifically children vulnerable to (the worst forms of) child labour)
  • Private sector contributes to the wellbeing of children vulnerable to or victims of (the worst forms of) child labour.

Strategies

  • Exploited children are withdrawn; receive legal, psychosocial support and education or vocational training and participate in income generating activities
  • Community-based child protection structures are supported and actively take part in protecting children from exploitative child labour
  • Government livelihood development programmes including youth programmes are influenced to respond to the needs of the most vulnerable children and their families
  • Members of judiciary and police staff are trained on child protection and child-friendly interview techniques
  • The private sector is mobilised, sensitised and organised to address the problem of child labour

Eligibility Criteria

  • The following areas in Uganda are eligible for funding: Central, East and North Eastern Regions.
  • TdH-NL is inviting non-governmental organisations (NGOs or CSOs) with the required framework to submit a full proposal.
  • This call is open to organisations to apply independently as well as in a consortium / in partnership (i.e. more than one applicant).
  • Applicant as well as (if applicable) co-applicants need to be fully registered in the country of implementation
  • Applicant as well as (if applicable) co-applicants need to demonstrate a successful track record in addressing (the worst forms of) child labour
  • The proposal needs to show a coherent programmatic approach
  • The proposed project needs to be based on the Theory of Change with related outcomes .

How to Apply

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Interested applicants can submit their proposals at the address given on the website.

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