Established in 1963, the SNV Netherlands Development Organization is a foundation working for the development and empowerment of poor people across the world. SNV has presence in 32 countries, mostly African countries. In Uganda, SNV started its developmental Programs in 1989.
SNV invites proposals from organizations for implementing community empowerment program in Uganda that will run in partnership with Ugandan partners, UNICEF and the Embassy of the Kingdom of the Netherlands
- – Increased productivity and incomes at household level
- – Improved food security: availability and access to quality food
- – Increased access to safe water, sanitation and hygiene at community and household levels
- – Improved quality of education at primary level through effective participation of parents in school-gardens
About the Program
The Program is designed to support the objectives of the Uganda National Development Plan (NDP). The program will work closely with local government, communities, schools and other stakeholders. SNV will work in areas where district leaders, schools and communities are motivated for their own development.
– Good track record in West Nile, Northern, Rwenzori or Eastern region
– Has experience in water, sanitation and hygiene in schools and communities, with special emphasis on setting up and sustaining community ownership and management of water systems
– Experience in agriculture, nutrition and food security Programs and agriculture in schools, focussing on parents / wider school community involvement
– Is registered as a CBO (Community Based Organisation), NGO (Non-governmental Organisation) or FBO (Faith-Based Organisation).
Last date for submitting the application is July 29, 2011.
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