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UNDPIRH-202002-CFP-01-SLOVAK INNOVATION CHALLANGE
Procurement Process :Innovation Challenge
Office :ISTANBUL REGIONAL HUB - TURKEY
Deadline :15-May-20
Posted on :25-Feb-20
Development Area :OTHER  
Reference Number :63751
Link to Atlas Projects :
00080732 - Slovak Partnership
00111827 - UNDP-Slovakia Partnership for Effective DevCoop for SDGs
Documents :
UNDPIRH-202002-CFP-01-SLOVAK INNOVATION CHALLANGE - Terms of Reference
UNDPIRH-202002-CFP-01-SLOVAK INNOVATION CHALLANGE - Annex 1_Guidelines
UNDPIRH-202002-CFP-01-SLOVAK INNOVATION CHALLANGE - Annex 2_Application Form
UNDPIRH-202002-CFP-01-SLOVAK INNOVATION CHALLANGE - Annex 3
UNDPIRH-202002-CFP-01-SLOVAK INNOVATION CHALLANGE - Annex 4_Contract Template
UNDPIRH-202002-CFP-01-SLOVAK INNOVATION CHALLANGE - Annex 5_Evaluation Criteria
Clarification Letter 1 - UNDPIRH-202002-CFP-01-SLOVAK INNOVATION CHALLANGE
Clarification Letter 2 - UNDPIRH-202002-CFP-01-SLOVAK INNOVATION CHALLANGE
Overview :

The UNDP-Slovakia Partnership: Effective Development Cooperation Solutions  aims to respond to the development challenges by transferring Slovak expertise and innovative solutions for SDGs to partner countries.

The objective of the Slovak Challenge Fund is to facilitate the transfer of Slovak know-how and innovative solutions that would address development challenges identified by UNDP Country Offices in North Macedonia or the Republic of Moldova, and contribute to the achievement of SDGs.

The eligible applicants include Slovak private sector entities. The applicants are required to engage local partners to assure viability in local conditions, and to promote sustainability and scalability of the solution.

All of the call background, criteria for selection and evaluation details can be found in the call for proposals and its attachments.

Locality: North Macedonia or the Republic of Moldova

Development Challenges:

  • To support sustainable socio-economic development, and empowered and resilient communities in partner countries, the proposed projects / solutions will address one of the following development challenges:
  • Sustainable use of natural resources through improved water management, waste management, or increased energy efficiency and clean energy utilization in residential, agriculture and other sectors.
  • Increased productivity, partnerships, access to markets and competitiveness of organic agriculture actors like farmers and producers.
  • Introducing / improving e-governance and open data use in public sector management and delivery.

Expected contract start date: April/May 2020

Expected contract length: up to 12 months

Estimated prize: Ranging between US$20,000 and US$40,000, the applicants provide co-funding of at least 20% of the total cost of the project.

The applicants must submit their proposals using the application form in Annex 2 and 3.

The application should be sent to procurement.irh@undp.org by Tuesday 14 April, 2020, Central European Time (CET), 4:00 pm.