IOM seeks NGOs for the project for development of self-employment and micro-entrepreneurship among conflict-affected population
The International Organization for Migration (hereinafter called IOM) intends to engage qualified non-governmental organizations (NGOs) to submit expression of interest as Implementing Partners for the project aimed development of self-employment and micro-entrepreneurship among population affected by the conflict in the East of Ukraine and Crimea.
Representative Office arche noVa in Ukraine is planning to carry out the document page-proof and according to the template produce the appropriate quantity of printed brochures, leaflets and printing products.
The programme “EU Anti-Corruption Initiative in Ukraine (EUACI)” announces an open procedure for Implementing Agency for ´Integrity Cities´ concept. The aim of this assignment is to provide support to local administrations to minimize the risk of corruption and to establish sound and transparent procedures and innovative solutions.
Deadline for Proposals: 1 November 2017, at 12:00 (noon), Danish time
International Alert is seeking a qualified organization or individual(s) to implement a research in Ukraine
International Alert is seeking to engage a qualified organization or individual(s) to implement qualitative or quantitative-qualitative research in Ukraine, beginning in December 2017. International Alert is undertaking a multi-country research programme that aims to build evidence base on peacebuilding-related issues to inform the programmatic and policy practices.
Ukraine NGO Forum invites qualified research groups or organizations to submit proposals to conduct Capacity building needs assessment (CNA) among Ukrainian NGOs.
Dorcas: Final Evaluation of the Ukraine Joint Response II under the Dutch Relief Alliance (DRA)
All proposals should be received by March 31, 09.00 (CET) by email to Jaap Vuijk, firstname.lastname@example.org and Anton van Wijk, Joint Response Field Coordinator at email@example.com.
Burn-out assessment tender
Ukraine NGO Forum invites qualified individuals, research groups or organizations to submit proposals to conduct Burn-out assessment among humanitarian workers in Ukraine.
Take part in a tender for elaboration and implementation of the organization development strategy.
Deadline for proposals application: September, 30, 2016.
Première Urgence Internationale, a non-profit, non-political, non-religious international NGO working to help civilians who are marginalised or excluded as a result of natural disasters, war and economic collapse, intends to award a purchase contract for Procurement of medical equipment, household equipment and medical consumables.