As you may already be aware, there is a new Girls’ Education Challenge funding window called ‘Leave No Girl Behind’ which will support the most marginalised, out-of-school girls.
We invite applicants to outline their proposed intervention, its planned duration and expected costs in a high-level Concept Note. The Concept Note template will go live in mid-November 2016. The deadline for submitting concept notes will be 20th December 2016.
We are opening invitations for a series of workshops which the Fund Manager will be hosting for applicants to attend. The day-long workshops will give applicants an opportunity to explore the context for Leave No Girl Behind, to generate ideas with other attendees and meet potential partners.
As well as NGOs already working in this area, we are also very interested in private sector participation. Please note attendance at these workshops will not give any advantage to those attending. All questions and answers raised will be made public, as will materials from the workshops. There are a limited number of spaces available and a maximum of two participants per organisation may attend.
To register for an event, please sign-up using the following links:
Yangon Workshop – 18th November 2016 http://bit.ly/2eVkpSB
Abuja Workshop – 21st November 2016 http://bit.ly/2eQ04zF
Johannesburg Workshop – 23rd November 2016 http://bit.ly/2fj6oCP
San José Workshop – 30th November 2016 http://bit.ly/2faJLB4
London – 5th December 2016 http://bit.ly/2eQ3N0t
If you are unable to attend any of these events, or the events are already at capacity, please e-mailgirlseducationchallenge@uk.
pwc.com and we will provide an option to attend selected sessions via webinar.
Further details can be found on the GEC page on the DFID website: https://www.gov.uk/guidance/
Massa Kenneth says
Notify me on funding opportunities for Not for profit organizations
Baluku siira says
I WOULD ALSO WISH TO JOIN THE MOVE TO LEAVE NO GIRL BEHIND rwenzori region in Uganda
Massa Kenneth says
Submission of LNGB concept