Small Grants to provide Legal Aid to Vulnerable Groups in South Sudan

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Small Grants to provide Legal Aid to Vulnerable Groups in South Sudan

Deadline: 10-Feb-21

United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) has announced a call for proposals from Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), including NGOs for small grants to provide legal aid including legal representation, legal awareness and legal advice and psychosocial support to vulnerable groups including women, girls, SGBV survivors, elderly and returnees.

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UNDP South Sudan’s Access to Justice, Security and Human Rights strengthening program supported by United Nations Multi-Partner Trust Fund is aiming at facilitating stabilization in Jonglei State and Greater Pibor Administrative Area through restoration of state authority and reduce the persistent high levels of violence and its impact. The project seeks to close the gaps in the justice chain and expand the capacity of justice actors by strengthening the capacity and presence of formal and community driven informal mechanisms that can provide quick and peaceful dispute resolution for communal problems.

The main objective of the grant is to identify three civil society organizations (CSOs), national non-governmental organizations (NNGOs) or community-based organizations (CBOs) with operational presence and capacities in the locations mentioned to provide:

Legal representation for the most vulnerable group and returnees.
Legal advice and psychosocial support to the most vulnerable group and returnees.
Provide legal awareness including human rights awareness to the vulnerable and returnees.
Refer the vulnerable members of the community and returnees to referral pathways for basic services.
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The budget should be detailed, complete, rational and realistic, and must not exceed the equivalent of USD$ 30,000.00 for each loaction ($ 30,000 for Akobo, $ 30,000 for Pibor and $ 30,000 for Duk).
The project duration is six (6) months.
Eligibility Criteria

The CSO/NNGO/CBO must meet the following criteria to be eligible for selection:

Be legally registered as CSO/NNGO/CBO with the Ministry of Justice and Constitutional Affairs and in possession of a valid registration certificate.
Mandate and founding document should be in line with the activities for which the fund is being sought.
Have an established office and experience in implementing similar/related activities.
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