Nature Tanzania has received funding from Niedersächsischer Landesbetrieb für Wasserwirtschaft, Küsten- und Naturschutz (NLWKN) and NABU International Foundation to implement “SDG Implementation in Central Tanzania: Integrative Approaches of Ecological Land Use, Conservation, ESD and Sports” project. This is a 12 months project to be implemented in Kongwa and Mpwapwa districts in the Dodoma region. The goal of the project is to achieve sustainability of Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) in order to improve the situation of wintering white storks in Tanzania (and possibly other bird species).
Public health project component
The project will also include the implementation of a public health component that will include family planning and addressing the health impact of consuming birds killed by poison to help communities keep their health safe and fit for conservation and development activities of the nation.
Invitation of eligible organisations to implement the public health project component
In order to implement the public health component, Nature Tanzania invite eligible organisations to apply for assignment implementation of the public health project component on behalf of Nature Tanzania.
General criteria and information
The organisation should be legally registered by the relevant government authorities in Tanzania. The organisation should be capable of implementing health topics linked to nature conservation activities.
To be considered for this assignment, eligible organisations should send in a proposal to Nature Tanzania indicating their interest to implement this assignment on behalf of Nature Tanzania. The proposal should include a technical proposal detailing the problem and solutions to be implemented. This should include project objectives, and detailed financial budget and a monitoring and evaluation plan.
Fund ceiling for the assignment
The grant amount ceiling is €20,000
Ineligible organizations and individuals include:
• Political parties, groupings, or institutions or their subsidiaries and affiliates;
• Organizations and individuals that advocate, espouse, or promote anti-democratic policies or illegal activities;
• Faith-based organizations whose objectives are for discriminatory and religious purposes, and whose main objective of the grant is of a religious nature;
Ineligible activities and purchases include:
• Any purchases that are not necessary to execute the grant activity, including any grantee headquarters expenses (for organizations) or living expenses (for individuals) that are not directly linked to the implementation of the proposed project;
• Profit or fee;
• Fines, penalties, previous obligations or bad debt;
• Activities that contribute to the destruction, deterioration, or degradation of natural resources and/or environment;
• Illegal activities as defined by the United Republic of Tanzania.
• Subsidies to organizations that are not legally recognized;
• Ceremonies, celebrations, parties, gifts or gratuities;
You can submit a soft copy application through firstname.lastname@example.org or hard copies should be delivered to Nature Tanzania’s Arusha office by the below deadline.
The anticipated award month is May 2022. Activities should be planned for a maximum of twelve months starting from the award date.
Applications should be submitted to the above channels by 8th April 2022
Criteria for Judging Technical
The following criteria will be used to judge the technical merits of the proposals received.
• Impact and sustainability (40%):
• Technical approach (20%):
• Participation (15%): Does the proposal clearly explain how the activities will strive to incorporate women and youth among participants/beneficiaries?
• Monitoring and Evaluation (10%): Does the proposal include a feasible plan for following up to determine and report on the impact of the implemented activities?
• Cost (15%): Is the proposed budget reasonable, and adequate to carry out the proposed activities?