Elrha: Inviting applications for ‘Taking a Local Perspective on Measuring the Impact of GBV Programmes in Emergencies’ to review and analyze the practices used to measure the impact of GBV programmes in one specific humanitarian context and identify tangible opportunities for innovation.

Funding brief: Elrha aims to open up a critical space for actors working on humanitarian GBV at community, national and/or regional levels to reflect collectively on current impact measurement practices in their specific contexts and identify fresh lines of enquiry or approach.

This Funding Call is directly supported by SIDA and the UK Government (DFID).

To collectively review and analyse the practices used to measure the impact of GBV programmes in one specific humanitarian context and identify tangible opportunities for innovation.

Key Output: selected consortia will be expected to generate a Lessons Learned and Opportunities document, that will:
● Review and analyze ongoing Impact Measurement practices in one specific humanitarian context
● Set out the key challenges to measuring the impact of GBV programmes in that context
● Outline the key challenges to translating data into better programming
● Include the practices that are successfully measuring the impact of GBV programmes
● Identify up to 3 innovation opportunities for Impact Measurement of GBV within the context identified
● Present and document up to 3 innovation opportunities
● Present succinctly the suggested approach for exploring these opportunities

Donor Name: Elrha
Funding name: Taking a Local Perspective on Measuring the Impact of GBV Programmes in Emergencies

Deadline: The deadline for applications is 7th, October, 2018.

Funding details link: Click to view

Funding limit: They are seeking to support up to five Consortia with grants of up to £50,000 each. The aim is to generate new contextual perspectives and insights to inform and progress the global agenda on GBV.

Special Notes: Please contact with the donor directly for further clarification and understanding.

Project start date: January, 2019

Project duration: Not found

Eligible organization: As below

Eligibility: To be eligible, proposals will need to meet all of the requirements below:

● Focus and context: Elrha will only accept proposals that are looking at humanitarian response settings and GBV in emergencies, meeting the Global Humanitarian Assistance definition they use. There is no preferred geographic focus or particularly emergency settings prioritized for the call, as long as conforming with the above.

Proposals need to clearly define the context for the grant-funded initiative.

● Expertise
 The Lead applicant should demonstrate a track record of at least 3-5 years’ experience of working on GBV in emergencies in the chosen humanitarian context.
 The Consortium should be highly experienced in GBV as grounded in the identified humanitarian context.
 The Consortium should demonstrate excellent understanding of global GBV initiatives and standards influencing directly and indirectly in-country practice to address GBV.
 The Consortium should demonstrate excellent understanding of global GBV initiatives and standards influencing directly and indirectly in-country practice to address GBV.
 The Consortium should show an understanding of and ability to adhere to International Humanitarian Principles and the Code of Conduct for the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement and NGOs in Disaster Relief.
 Each Consortium is welcome to bring any other relevant area(s) of expertise to better address the challenge. For example: design thinking, behavioral change…

● Type of Consortium: A collaborative group of actors, newly formed or pre-existing, the majority of which are situated and led locally (E.g. INGO’s in-country offices, national NGO’s, NPO’s, government representatives, communities, academia…).
 Only consortium applications will be accepted, and applications from a single organization are not eligible for this call. Only one application can be submitted per Consortium.
 An organization can only be the Lead Applicant in one application/Consortium for a given context.

● Lead Applicant: The Lead applicant must:
 Be a non-profit institution such as (i) a non-governmental organization/NGO, (ii) a Public or governmental institution, or (iii) an Academic or research institution
 Have legal status and be registered in the country of implementation
 Not act as an intermediary but be directly responsible for the preparation, management and implementation of the grant-funded project proposed.

● Applications will not be considered eligible if:
 The application is incomplete or submitted after the deadline
 Requested documents are not uploaded in full
 The proposed activity period/budget exceeds the maximum duration of the grant/maximum grant award allowed
 The applicant, project or costs are not eligible

Eligible Country: No country bar found (Open to all regions)

Submission mail: Not found

Other important link:
● Apply:
 New: Click to view
 Existing: Click to view
 Guideline: Click to view

● Elrha grant agreement template: Click to view
● Foreign currency guidance: Click to view
● Policy guidance: Click to view
● Due diligence and contracting FAQs: Click to view
● Eligible costs guidance: Click to view
● About: Click to view

How to apply:
● If you are applying as a first time applicant, please register and apply here.
● Applicants who have applied for a HIF grant previously, please log in.

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