USAID Social Cohesion and Reconciliation (SCORE) Annual Program Statement
Deadline: 15 May 2019
The Annual Program Statement (APS) is seeking applications for interventions that seek to transform relationships from the community to the national government level, to build horizontal and vertical social capital and foster the capacity to leverage that social capital for increased resilience and a vision of shared Sri Lankan identity.
This approach is based on the growing evidence that sustainable impact toward reconciliation and peacebuilding is best achieved by combining interpersonal approaches that engage individuals and communities in skills building and attitude change and institutional approaches that are led by government to implement supportive policies and mechanisms.
The purpose of the USAID Social Cohesion and Reconciliation (SCORE) Activity is to strengthen Sri-Lankan-led efforts to advance social cohesion and reconciliation. SCORE seeks to address certain underlying challenges to reconciliation by fostering a shared and inclusive Sri Lankan identity, reducing socio-economic and political disparities that undermine social cohesion, and enhancing community resilience through multiple capacity building initiatives. SCORE is designed to achieve the results listed under the following scope of work:
- Promote a cohesive Sri Lankan Identity
- Reduce socioeconomic disparities and exclusion
- Enhance community resilience
Areas of Intervention
This process is intended to select eligible proposals to implement activities to cover the following areas of intervention in social cohesion and reconciliation:
- Engage with community, citizen-driven initiatives and networks to strengthen and promote social cohesion and reconciliation.
- Reduce socio economic disparities and exclusions by supporting recovery and resettlement of conflict-affected populations, create economic opportunities for the most marginalized communities and strengthen Local Government bodies and CBOs to provide sustainable services to the most marginalized communities and populations.
- Enhance community resilience by providing access to psycho social and trauma healing services and creates opportunities for youth and women to exercise leadership in promoting responsible citizenship and reconciliation.
- Any other innovative, non- traditional, wide-ranging national or local level special activities to promote social cohesion and reconciliation
Awards typically may not exceed USD 50,000-100,000 for Sri Lankan Organizations.
Anticipated Performance Period
SCORE anticipates a performance period of up to One (1) year.
- This APS is issued as a public notice to ensure that all interested and qualified organizations have a fair opportunity to submit applications for funding.
- Organizations should have a recent history of implementing activities in the regional focus areas of this APS or have a recent track record of implementing projects in those geographic areas.
- Eligible organizations must be a registered in Sri Lanka, formally constituted, recognized by and in good standing with appropriate Sri Lanka authorities, and compliant with all applicable civil and fiscal regulations.
- Examples of potentially eligible entities include foundations, non-governmental organizations, faith-based organizations (FBOs), community-based organizations (CBOs), Sri Lankan Civil SocietyOrganizations (CSOs), host country organizations, private organizations, academic institutions, private companies, professional associations and consortiums of the above.
How to Apply
The concept paper must be submitted via email at the address given on the website.
For more information, please visit https://bit.ly/2RbeTCs
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