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UNWOMEN Call for Proposal for Implementing Partners/Responsible Parties
Second Chance Education and Vocational Learning (SCE) Programme – Australia
CFP No. SCE Australia-001-2019
UN Women seeks an Implementing Partner (IP) and/or Responsible Parties (RP) of the SCE Programme working with disadvantaged women who have lost out on education opportunities among Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander women in the Greater Western Sydney area and/or with women with refugee background in the Greater Melbourne area. The IP is expected to submit a proposal to, in collaboration with UN Women, to design and implement a SCE Programme to strengthen the women’s opportunities for second chance education, leadership skills, vocational skills and entrepreneurship, contributing to the above-mentioned four outcomes. The proposal should provide a proposed local contextualised design of the SCE Programme in one or both of the two locations, highlighting how it aligns with the unity of approach of the SCE global programme.
The selected IP will be responsible for implementation of SCE project outcomes and outputs in Australia for an initial two years in direct collaboration with the SCE global Programme Manager in Geneva and the local SCE Project Manager in Australia. In order to deliver on all four outcome areas of the SCE Programme organizations can make joint proposals, but one clear lead applicant must be indicated.
Details of the Call for Proposal and the application requirements are available in the attached document.
If the interested parties having expertise in the Second Chance Education (SCE) subject area but limited capacities and unable to submit proposal covering all the components and activities of the SCE Programme outlined in the Terms of Reference, proposals for selected programme components will be welcomed. Please note that in this case, UN Women will apply the condition that the selected IP/RP should work with other organizations who will deliver on the other programme components. Please note that the deadline has beene extended until 20 April 2019 .