“Development of Early Detection and Early Intervention Services”
Extended: UNICEF Specific Call for Expression of Interest
Extended deadline: 14 December 2020, 23:59 (Moldova local time)
UPDATE 30/11/2020: UNICEF Moldova is hereby amending the Call for Expression of Interest and extending the deadline for the competition until 14 December 2020, 23:59 (Moldova local time)
The purpose of this Open Call for Expression of Interest is to identify eligible Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) for prospective partnerships supporting the delivery of the UNICEF implemented component of “Development of Early Detection and Early Intervention Services” of the EU4Moldova: Focal Regions programme.
The maximum budget allocated for activities under this call for expression of interest is 60,000 EUR.
Eligible Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) are invited to submit proposals for partnership highlighting their relevant capacities, expertise, skills and ability to support the delivery of sought results for children as outlined in the UNICEF 2018-2022 Country Programme Document and in section 1.3 below.
Organisations that wish to participate in this Open Call for Expression of Interest are requested to send their submission by email with Subject clearly marked “CSO Open Call for Expression of Interest – Development of Early Detection and Early Intervention Services in Cahul and Ungheni regions” at the following email address:
or in a sealed envelope clearly marked “CSO Open Call for Expression of Interest – Development of Early Detection and Early Intervention Services in Cahul and Ungheni regions” at the following address:
131, “31 August 1989” Str.,
Chisinau, MD 2012, Republic of Moldova
Applications must be submitted in English.
Any requests for additional information should be addressed in writing by 8 December 2020 at the latest to Ana Perdivar, e-mail: email@example.com. UNICEF responses to any queries or clarification requests will be made available to all online www.unicef.md before the deadline for submission of applications.
Applications will be assessed by an evaluation committee to identify CSOs that have the mandate, capacities and comparative advantage to support achievement of results for children using criteria outlined in section 3 below. It should be noted that participation in this Open Call for Expression of Interest does not guarantee the CSO will be ultimately selected for partnership with UNICEF. Selected NGOs will be invited to review and finalise partnership agreements in accordance with criteria outlined in section 3.4 below and applicable policy and procedures on partnership with CSOs.
Applicant CSOs will be informed of the outcome of their submissions by communication sent out to the email/postal address that is indicated in the CSO submission.