Terms of Reference for Project Proposals
Deadline: March 10th, 2021 at 4PM GMT
Civil society organizations (CSOs) and local communities have a recognized role in the promotion, protection and preservation of culture and heritage in society today and this goes all the way to a national, sub-regional and local level.
The Embassy of France to Ghana aims for the second year to encourage the strengthening of civil societies and communities among other actors in Ghana towards the better preservation, promotion and rehabilitation on culture and heritage. To this end, the Embassy encourages the submission of proposals on awareness raising, capacity building and actions by CSOs in Ghana. Multi-action projects will be preferred to one-off projects.
In this light, the French Embassy in Ghana is seeking high quality project proposals that seek to preserve, promote, advocate and educate on culture and heritage in the following three areas:
What actions are eligible?
The applicants must take all necessary steps to publicize the fact that the French Embassy to Ghana has financed or co-financed the project. As far as possible, projects that are wholly or partially funded by the French Embassy must incorporate information and communication activities designed to raise the awareness of specific or general audiences of the reasons for the action and the French government’s support for the action concerned, as well as the results and the impact of this support.
Conditions for CSOs:
The complete application should not exceed 8 pages in total (excluding annexes) with Calibri Font, font size 11.
Kindly note that the TOR must be adhered to, especially points (2 and 4). Failure to do so will result in your application being rejected.
Only soft copies must be submitted within the deadline.