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Interested organizations must send their EOIs by an electronic submission of the filled EOI forms (Annex-A and Annex-B) to Mr. Rana Arif Rafiq, Finance & Grants Manager, DAI-CDIP, at before 11:59Pm, Pakistan time on  December 27th, 2017. In case of any query please contact Mr. Rana Arif at his email given above.

Please follow the following steps / guidelines before sending an electronic submission:

  • Subject line of the email should be “EOI-01- Name of Your Organization (abbreviation)”
  • Change the name of “Annex A EOI Form” to “Annex A, Name of Your Organization (abbreviation)”
  • Change the name of “Annex B Capacity Building Statement” to “Annex B, Name of Your Organization (abbreviation)”

TABEER-Consolidating Democracy in Pakistan (CDIP) is implemented by DAI Pakistan (Pvt) Ltd, and funded by the UK government. It is working to support the consolidation of democratic processes in Pakistan by strengthening the capacity of the country’s institutions to be more effective, accountable and responsive to the needs of Pakistani people. The project will support improved policy dialogue, political debate, and public discourse, supporting citizens to play a more active and informed role in decision-making.

TABEER works closely with the Election Commission of Pakistan (ECP), the national and provincial assemblies, political parties, media, civil society organisations (CSOs), academia and other relevant institutions. It pays particular attention to increasing the participation of women, young people, minorities, and people with disabilities in electoral and political processes.

Currently, TABEER is undertaking an exercise to map civil society organizations that could potentially partner in implementing its programme.

For the purpose, TABEER intends to award grants in all the four provinces to undertake ‘Social Mobilisation around the Sustainable Development Goal 16 – Peace Justice and Strong Institutions agenda.  Each grant will focus on a specific set of targets under SDG 16. Recipients of these grants will be expected to work together and form provincial coalitions.  It is expected that these coalitions will emerge as representative and inclusive platforms to undertake social mobilization around the SDG 16 agenda and raise collective voice for its implementation.

The procurement for these grants will be undertaken in two stages via a competitive process. In the first stage, TABEER welcomes organisations with relevant experience to submit an EOI.

For further details regarding the scope of work, eligibility criteria and procedure of application, please download the enclosed detailed guideline document “DAI CDIP-TABEER EOI-01” and for the templates (Annex A & Annex B) enclosed in it.