Embassy of Finland: Local Cooperation (FLC)

Fund for Local Cooperation (FLC) is an instrument of Finnish development cooperation administered by the Embassy of Finland in Windhoek. FLC support is channeled through the local civil society and private sector organizations, companies and business partnerships to complement other development cooperation in Namibia.

The goal of the Mission's FLC Programme for the years 2016-2018 is to improve the functioning of civil society and capacity of private sector for implementing projects for socio-economically and environmentally sustainable development. Two specific focus areas are to
  1. enhance democratic participation for enhanced equality and
  2. promote more dynamic, responsible and inclusive economic growth
This call for proposals is looking for projects to contribute to the following outcomes of the FLC Programme:
  1. Democratic participation for enhanced equality
Outcome 1: Increased public participation, especially that of the women, in democratic processes and decision making
  1. Dynamic, responsible and inclusive economic growth
Outcome 1: Enhanced business and employment opportunities for the vulnerable groups, especially women
Outcome 3: Improved availability of affordable, accessible and quality renewable energy and natural resourcemanagement solutions

How to Apply
Local agencies/organisations interested in applying for FLC funding, are invited to familiarize themselves with the FLC Programme 2016-2018 guidelines and all other attachments to this Call for Proposals prior to submitting a formal application.

The FLC application includes 1) a cover letter (signed and dated by an authorized representative of the applicant organization/company), 2) FLC application form (Form A: Civil Society Organizations or Form B: Private Sector Companies) and compulsory attachments which are listed in the end of the FLC application forms. These attachments include a detailed project plan, budget, results framework, copy of registration document, CVs of the key personnel and copies of latest annual report and audit reports.  In case the application concerns core funding, the Project Plan is replaced by the organization's Action Plan and a budget, which indicate the area of activities that will be funded from the FLC grant. Approximately five to eight projects are funded annually, with an average budget of a project being 50 000-200 000 Euros. The expected length of a project varies from one year to two years.

Moreinfo: http://www.finland.org.na/public/default.aspx?nodeid=41068&contentlan=2&culture=en-US
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