Senegal

CALL FOR PROPOSALS FOR IMPLEMENTATION WORK ON SEX TRAFFICKING IN SENEGAL

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The African Programming and Research Initiative to End Slavery (APRIES) is seeking partners to implement impactful anti sex-trafficking programs and/or policy work in Senegal, resulting in a measurable reduction in baseline reporting in our target communities and an increase in the number of victims served. These programs are to be implemented in the Kédougou gold mining region of southeast Senegal.

Synopsis of Program: The African Programming and Research Initiative to End Slavery (APRIES) is seeking partners to implement impactful anti sex-trafficking programs and/or policy work in Senegal, resulting in a measurable reduction in baseline reporting in our target communities and an increase in the number of victims served. These programs are to be implemented in the Kédougou gold mining region of southeast Senegal.

Award Amount: The ceiling for each award is US $909,000 for protection, US $715,000 for prevention and US $715,000 for prosecution, totaling US $2,339,000 for the entire program period of 29 months (2 years, 5 months). Applicants may apply for the protection component, the prevention component, the prosecution component or any combination of these components, and should clearly specify the component(s) for which they are applying.

Eligibility: Non-governmental organizations (NGOs), civil society organizations, community-based organizations (CBOs), public international organizations (PIOs) and international non-governmental organizations (INGOs) in the Kédougou area of Senegal or within close geographical proximity to these areas (e.g. in the same country) with experience doing anti-trafficking work are eligible. Organizations with no prior experience in the target country; organizations with no prior experience in anti-trafficking work; government agencies; and private entities are not eligible to apply. Applicants will need to demonstrate their capability to implement successful programs in the countries they intend to work in.
For more information about this award, please refer to our website.

How to apply

Date Issued: April 2, 2021

Intention to Submit: April 30, 2021
Please indicate your intention to submit a proposal by emailing apries-team@uga.edu by the above deadline with the email subject “[Your organization name]: Application for Implementation in Senegal.”

Full Proposal Deadline: May 28, 2021, 5:00 PM US Eastern Daylight Time.
Please submit full proposals to apries-team@uga.edu (strongly preferred) or mail to the address indicated below by this deadline.

Ms. Nnenne Onyioha-Clayton
Program Manager
African Programming and Research Initiative to End Slavery
Sanford Hall, Suite 317
312 Herty Drive
Athens GA, 30602
United States

For more information about this award and how to apply, please refer to our website.