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As part of UN Women work towards ending violence against women and girls, the United Nations Agency for Gender Equality and Empowerment of Women invites CSOs registered in Bosnia and Herzegovina (BiH) to submit project proposals that aim to strengthen institutional mechanisms that contribute to reducing gender-based violence focusing on establishing a comprehensive and sustainable rehabilitative work with perpetrators of domestic violence in Bosnia and Herzegovina .
UN Women Country Office in Bosnia and Herzegovina is seeking to engage implementing partners that will contribute to the work on standardization and expansion of availability of services addressing work with perpetrators of domestic violence at the local level.
Civil society organizations (CSOs), with expertise and proven experience in the area of protection from violence against women and domestic violence are invited to submit proposals, individually or jointly with other CSOs, to design and implement a project that will respond to the overall goal of enhancing the institutional response to violence against women through the development of comprehensive and sustainable models of work with perpetrators of domestic violence. Under this component at least two different project proposals could be supported.
In proposing the locations for the implementation of the project, CSOs should be primarily guided by the sustainability of the results and properly justify why they have chosen them. Interventions could primarily target, but should not be limited, to the following locations: Federation of Bosnia and Herzegovina: Central Bosnia Canton and Canton 10 and in Republika Srpska:Bijeljina and East Sarajevo Region.
The total value of a project under this component should not exceed 100.000 BAM.
Proposals can be submitted in English only. The deadline for submission of proposals is October 2nd 2016, 23:00 CET. Proposals received after the deadline will not be considered.
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