NANHRI and DIHR call for monitoring and reporting grant applications

Consultant Elime Short addresses human rights monitoring and reporting course participants in Nairobi, Kenya. Looking on is NANHRI Programmes Manager Margaret Muthee and DIHR Project Advisor Lis Dhundale (in blue). Grant application is open to participants. Photo/ NANHRI.

Following the successful completion of the Blended Monitoring and Reporting Human Rights course, the Network of National Human Rights Institutions and the Danish Institute for Human Rights are offering a grant of €15,000 to one of the 15 participants.

The 15 participants from 14 African NHRIs are expected to submit a proposal based on how they will use the skills gained during the e-learning and face-to-face training.

The grant application has been open from September 1, 2017 and will close on September 30, 2017.

NANHRI and DIHR will evaluate the applications before selecting the winner, who will implement the proposed project in six months.

Although the participant are free to submit one proposal for a single regional project, for example East Africa, NANHRI Programmes Manager Margaret Muthee asked the applicants to be realistic given the money may be insufficient and the timeframe of implementation is limited.

For more details, please get the brochure, application forms and other information on the grant by clicking the links below.

NHRI-EU_grant folder2017_FR

Demande de proposition
Request_for_Proposal_EDH_FR
Grant application brochure
NHRI-EU_grant folder2017_UK_printedition 

Request for grant proposal
Request for Proposal BHR NANHRI
Monitoring and Reporting grant forms
Request for Proposal_MR NANHRI
 

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