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SUN Movement Multi-Partner Trust Fund: NEW CALL FOR PROPOSALS – now CLOSED

The SUN MPTF CALL FOR PROPOSAL closed on 11 November at 17.00hrs CET.  Thank you to all submitting organizations. The SUN Movement Secretariat will NOT consider any new submissions coming beyond the deadline. In the coming days all proposals will be assessed against criteria as set by the Management Committee of the SUN MPTF Fund. Only proposals that meet SUN MPTF criteria will be brought to the attention of the Management Committee of the SUN MPTF for their consideration. The Management Committee will meet before the end of 2013. Only successful applicants will be contacted.

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The SUN Movement Multi-Partner Trust Fund (MPTF) was established in 2012 with support from the UK Department for International Development (DFID), the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) and Irish Aid to ensure that catalytic grants reach governments, UN agencies, civil society groups and other SUN partners.  It is not designed to be a vertical nutrition fund for large scale investments in food and nutrition security, nor to replace existing funding pathways at country level.  Rather, it is a fund to be used for catalytic actions to enable, initiate or develop SUN Movement activity at country or regional level and provide appropriate global-level support, when other funding is not available.

The Management Committee of the SUN Movement MPTF announced a new call for proposals to support civil society organisations (CSOs) to mobilise in-country and globally so as to contribute to realising SUN commitments and demonstrating results.  Deadline for submissions is 11 November 2013, 17.00 CET.

This call is for an overall amount up to USD three (3) million. To the effect of this call, proposals cannot exceed the overall amount of US$ 300.000 (three-hundreds thousands US dollars) each over a period of up 24 months maximum. The MPTF Management Committee will review all proposals in its meeting after the call is closed in late November 2013.

All the proposals will be assessed against criteria that have previously been set by the Management Committee. These include: 

  • the choice of the participating UN organisation to facilitate any adjustment to the proposal required by the Management Committee and to support implementation of proposed activities [we have concluded that there are advantages to working through current UN mechanisms for joint agency action – such as the REACH partnership – where they are  available];
  • the technical soundness of the proposal (situation analysis, institutional clarity, clear deliverables, means of verification, conflict of interest management procedures in place or in process);
  • a focus on clear and measurable results;
  • the extent to which intended activities of the CSO alliance are aligned with national policies and strategies for scaling up nutrition and the degree of support from the SUN country Focal Point (on behalf of the national SUN multi-stakeholder platform) for these activities;
  • the extent to which the proposed activities of the alliance are linked to (and backed by) other civil society platforms in-country (ideally these would be demonstrated by signed letters of support or similar testimonials) with a view to more inclusive civil society participation in national SUN platforms;
  • the planned use of any grant that will be received from the MPTF (the MPTF position to date has been that funds should not normally be used to pay per diems and other allowances for civil society participation in SUN-relevant events, for engagement of international consultants or for the development of communications and dissemination tools that already exist within the SUN Movement and/or are accessible via the SUN website).

Please refer to the SUN MPTF guidelines and review the SUN MPTF 2012-2015 logframe when finalising your proposal. All submissions must be sent to nabarro@un.org with copy to stefano.digessa@undp.org

 

In case you have inquiries about the call, please contact Stefano Di Gessa in the SUN Movement Secretariat at stefano.digessa@undp.org

 

To read more about the progress achieved in SUN Countries receiving MPTF funding including the Annual Report, please visit the SUN Movement website’s MPTF page. 

 

 

32 Responses to SUN Movement Multi-Partner Trust Fund: NEW CALL FOR PROPOSALS – now CLOSED

Syed aftab Hussain Bukhari says:

please share the application, guidelines and other modalities through email. Can we apply as a lead organization partnering with 10 other organization for 10 Districts of Azad Kashmir???

Syed Aftab Hussain Bukhari
CEO
Himalayan Conservation and Rural Support Program HCRSP

Syed aftab Hussain Bukhari says:

can we apply as a lead organization?

Syed Aftab H bukhari
CEO
Himalayan Conservation and Rural Support Program HCRSP

Chrispine Mukuka Mwamba says:

Its is my pleasure having come across SUN Movement.. and would like to learn more from you- SUN

Mrs.V Durgadevi says:

thank q sir

Anguria michael says:

SAF-Teso (Shine Africa Foundation-Teso) is a faith based, non-profit, non-governmental organisation (NGO) whose main focus is to empower the local people, and create sustainable change. Our main programs are centred on public health, Environment Management, education, livelihoods, food security and human rights. SAF-Teso also hosts International volunteers and engages volunteers in all program areas above; in addition there is also research work.
More on http://www.shineafricafoundation.org
Kindly connect the organisation to International donors, volunteers and friends who can come and work with us, support the organisation.
Send an email to us on: safteso@gmail.com/shineafricaministries@gmail.com

Best regards from Michael Anguria,
PO BOX 684 Soroti

Nur Sh.Mohamed says:

We are somalia farmers and fishers association or FOs who is now working in somalia regions so we need assistant and help for the donors.

Satadal Bhowmik says:

Like previous years we shall celebrate 1 st January 2014 as the DAY OF ENVIRONMENTAL AWARENESS with daylong activities alongwith students and dignitpries social activists and govt officials .
In this purpose we are seeking for fund immediatly

If there is any scope , please let us know , we shall apply accordingly.

AKANI DONALDSON says:

we wish to receiving funds from Scaling Up Nutrition, we are Regional organization that is struggling to reduce the risk of children in Nigeria,

EDWIN EDWARD KAYUKI says:

The SUN initiative is essential for the developing countries. I have liked the whole set up and the way it is organized and the transparency involved in the selection and reporting process.

Keep it up.

EDWIN EDWARD KAYUKI says:

The SUN inotiative is timely and essential fpr developing countries. I like the set up. it is well organised and the selection process as well as the reporting very transparent. Keep it up

Mohammad Baig says:

To meet the food shortage and cater the need for hunger can be met with prospective planning and targeting the scope of increasing the cropping sectors by even 1 % that may increase your food value up to 100000 kg and secondly education and awareness on saving food items we usually waste in daily routine at homes,hotels,meetings,seminars,conferences,marriages and uncaring attitudes that amounts to millions of tonnes per year. Alone in Pakistan we loose more than a million tonnes of food because of negligence and no accountability that may be suffice to thousands of families who face hunger,disease,poverty and much more.

Kule Sulaiti says:

Wd like to know whether Uganda is among Eligible countries

Water Harvesting Solutions says:

This is a wonderful fund as you have put it right that it can be used as catalytic actions to enable, initiate or develop SUN Movement activity at country or regional level and provide appropriate global-level support, when other funding is not available. As an NGO in Swaziland, we would to get your assistance in integrating Water Harvesting, proper hygiene, sanitation and agricultural practices in primary and secondary schools
Thank you
Nollen

James Alego says:

Is Kenya also included on areas to be funded?

Mohammad Baig says:

Flying in air for resolving the ground reality does not resolve or help in minimizing the issues.To ensure the nutrition quality we must focus the effectiveness of the existing rules of business at the district level with a rigorous accountability of the concerned departments who rubbishly eat the money in terms of salary but do nothing. This task can be achieved by the people’s sharing with the district management and the district judiciary where the culprits could be brought to books. Unluckily there is no such a programme or facility to the people to have such a sharing with the concerned departments so they are free to looting and mismanagement.Secondly, the community level education and awareness on the nutrition availability and quality needs comprehensive programming and funding especially to mobilize the youth on such issues.

KAKPO COMLAN says:

Dear Sirs,
We introduce ourselves to you as a Non Governmental, voluntary and social welfare Organization ( NGO) with legal and classification status “Non-profit” that was created to serve unprivileged, indigenous and vulnerable rural and urban communities to enhance their quality of life.

We are informed that SUN Movement Multi-Partner Trust Fund: NEW CALL FOR PROPOSALS was launched.

Please we are interested in that NEW CALL PROPOSALS, but we have not the GUIDELINES to fill out the APPLICATION FORM for submitting it to you.

Please allow us to solicit your services by sending us these SUN MPTF GUIDELINES FOR THIS NEW CALL PROPOSALS with Deadline for Submission is 11 November 2013, 17.00 CET

For your information, we have presently Agricultural Project titled: Benin Grain Partnership (BGP) for the which we look for currently sources of Funding. Thus we would like to try our lucky to see if this opportunity can benefit to our project of agriculture,

Looking forward to helping us for these requested services.

Sincerely yours,

KAKPO Comlan
President
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Sarah Mwaga says:

Is Tanzania in the list of eligible countries?

Mohamed Semdoe says:

Kibondo District Council is local government in Tanzania, works with local community. It is initiated Conservation Agriculture/Agro-forestry, alternative Income Generating and Farmer Extension Project aimed to (1) increased income generation opportunities, (2) increased knowledge of entrepreneurship (3) increased access to product markets and (4) improved crops yield as well as climate change adaptation, leading to (a) improved growth and development, (b) better school attendance and performance—leading to an increase in their ability (c) develop and prosper as adults, and also increases the (d) ability of adults to lead the productive, meaningful, prosperous lives they need to leave the cycle of poverty and contribute to the development of their communities.So need funds support

Anthony Gutierrez says:

Hi. My name is Anthony L. Gutierrez working with the Institute for Philippine Cooperative and Social Enterprise Development (IPCSED). We are a Civil Society Organization in the Philippines working and assisting community based cooperatives both in the urban and rural areas. We are interested in submitting our proposal for SUN MPTF new Call for Proposals. Is the Philippines included in the call for proposals? Thank you very much.

maria.pizzini says:

Dear Anthony

The current call only provides last-resort support to CSO initiatives from within countries that have joined the Scaling-up Nutrition Movement. The Philippines is not part of the SUN Movement. As such the committee will not be in a position to consider proposals coming from the Philippines

Hope this helps clarify
Regards
Stefano Di Gessa
SUN Movement Secretariat

Abdul Sami Zhman says:

Is Afghanistan an eligible country for this CfP?

Ahmed Kato says:

I would like to login our application for the second call for proposals. However, there are no guidelines and eligibility criteria in terms of geographical location for the interested GNO/CSO’s.
Kindly avail me with the necessary documentation to enable our organization take part in this second round.
We are registered and operate in Uganda to provide services to children born out of rape, abandoned kids and marginalized to help them access education and other basic needs of life.
We have a a holistic package of early childhood development and civic education to the community

Abdullahi osman says:

Hi my name abdullahi Osman. working institute of Education for Disabled People (IEDP)
we are civil-society organization in somalia assisting persons with Disabilities in somalia both urban and rural areas we are interested submitting for Sun MPTF new call for proposals is somalia included in the call for proposals? Best regards

Sikandar Azam says:

I am operating an NGO in Pakistan.Wants to apply for the programme but unable to find the application page or other material regarding proposal writing.Please clearify the method and proposal guidelines. http://www.mhhands.com

Nameyi Aggrey says:

is Uganda one of the countries.

Mrs.Heidy paye says:

WOMEN OF CHANGE is a Non Governmental charity group that seek to advance the welfare of women and children by advocating for an increase in good diet and nutritional status. and promoting solid breast feeding among baby mother’s. we hope to be part of the project.

Herns L. EUGENE says:

I am the Mission Director of FHED-INC, an NGO in Haiti. We Want to apply for the programme to meet the proposed deadline but are unable to find the application form, Can you help us with this?

Jessica Thomas says:

is vanuatu in the list of eligible countries?

Abraham Parangot says:

We Lifestyle Foundation is currently working in India to Prevent/Reverse Type 2 Diabetes in India. Are we eligible for any grant to expand our efforts to reach out to the community more effectively. Website. lifestylefoundation.org.

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