|Overview : |
UNDP Project: “Modernization of the Vocational Education and Training System (VET) Related to Agriculture in Georgia - Phase II” is announcing call for proposal to support vocational educational, training/retraining institutions and other short-term training provider organizations (NGO’s) operating in the field of agriculture, for their capacity building and further development to implement new authorization standards through allocation of small grants.
WHO CAN APPLY
Vocational educational, training/retraining institutions (LEPL’s, N(N)LE’s) including other short-term training providers and organizations (N(N)LE’s (NGO’s) with agriculture development background (including agriculture/food processing fields). All above mentioned institutions must demonstrate proven experience and capabilities in carrying out the formal and/or non-formal vocational education and training in the field of agriculture/food processing.
Organizations should be registered in accordance with the legal requirements of the Government of Georgia, must be able to provide organization’s statute and the debt certificate.
Coalitions (partnership) with VET providers, NGOs, private sector and government institutions is encouraged.
Applicants shall bear all costs related to proposal preparation and submission.
All proposal must be expressed in English. Proposals may be submitted on or before Thursday, July 22, 2021, 18:00 PM and via email to the address as follows: firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com in PDF (signed and stamped) and word formats.
A pre-bid conference (`Open Day`/ Consultation meeting) will take place on 05 July 2021, at 11:00 via web-based platform`Zoom` (meeting details will be provided only to those who confirm their status and interest to the consultation meeting).
As a rare exeption (in case of no access to the interent or any other strong argument), meeting at the project office can also be considered as an additional opportunity (address: 5 Arakishvili str. (dead-end, former `Hotel Victoria`), 1st floor, Tbilisi, Georgia). While, on-line meeting is considered as a reccomended means of communication.
Only one submission per organization is allowed. Once the application is complete and submitted, revised versions of proposal documents will not be accepted.
Your Proposal must be expressed in English, desirable maximum duration of the grant project is 12 months.
Note: Preference will be given to local regional NGOs. Coalitions (partnership) with VET/training providers, NGOs, private sector and government institutions are also encouraged.