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Call for proposals for small scale development projects for the year 2014

(This article expired 10.01.2014.)

Like every year, the Embassy of the Czech Republic in Addis Ababa has launched a call for proposals for the so-called small scale local projects within the framework of the Czech development cooperation.

The implementer of the project must be an organization registered as a legal entity in Ethiopia. It may be an educational, health, social or cultural institution, an NGO, a cooperative etc. The type and focus of project is not strictly defined, it should correspond to the development needs of the country.

Financial contribution from the Czech development assistance per project is CZK 200,000 – 500,000, notwithstanding possible co-financing from the implementer. Most projects will typically amount to CZK 300,000. The aggregate share of personal and travel costs must not exceed 25 % of the amount financed by the Czech side.

The implementation of the project can start after signature of an agreement with the embassy in March or April 2014 and needs to be completed by October 31, 2014 at the latest.

Please find attached the Local Small Scale Project Identification Form, which needs to be filled in, stamped, signed and delivered in paper form as well as in scanned copy to the embassy (address stated below) by December 15, 2013. Together with the Identification Form, a copy of a document certifying the applicant as a legal entity in Ethiopia as well as a document authorizing the competent person to act on behalf of the entity, must be submitted.

Postal address:

Embassy of the Czech Republic

Kirkos Kifle Ketema Rd., Kebele 15, House No. 289,

P.O.BOX 3108

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia.

E-mail address (for submission of documents and any related questions): dev_addisababa@mzv.cz.

 

 

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Local_Small_Scale_Project_Identification_Form.doc 87 KB DOC (Word document) Nov 4, 2013