Last date : October 16, 2015
The Secretariat of the 10 Year Framework of Programmes on Sustainable Consumption and Production Patterns (10YFP) is inviting NGOs and others (government agencies) from developing countries to apply for the 10YFP Trust Fund for the 10YFP Sustainable Tourism Programme Call for Proposals.
The purpose of the Call for Proposals is to support eligible sustainable tourism proposals that meet the needs of countries &/or regions, as well as the requirements of the 10YFP while facilitating the implementation of the Programme of Work of the10YFP Sustainable Tourism Programme (10YFP STP).
The Call for Proposals is intended to bring tourism stakeholders together to collaborate on project development and implementation and to deliver tangible and transformative results in countries and regions. To this end, collective impact will be achieved through joint activities of project stakeholders, which is fundamental for achieving the objectives of the 10YFP and accelerating the global shift to sustainable consumption and production.
Eligible organizations: Applicants may be any regional, national, local governmental institution, agency or subsidiary body; not-for-profits; associations; civil society; community based organisations; universities, scientific or technical organisation, with headquarters in developing countries and countries in transition and aiming at supporting specific programmes and initiatives responding to the national and regional priorities of developing countries and countries with economies in transition. The Call is also open to non-partners of the 10YFP Sustainable Tourism Programme, provided that they commit to becoming partners prior to signing the grant agreement.
The duration of the project should range between a minimum of 12 months and a maximum of 24 months. The total project budget should range between a minimum of US$100,000 and a maximum of $US200,000. Applicants will be requested to provide for preliminary results to be reported in time for the mid-term evaluation of the 10YFP, which is scheduled to take place in mid-2017.