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Call for proposals: Increased access to sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) in Mozambique
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Call for proposals: Increased access to sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) in Mozambique

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Call for Proposals: Increased access to sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR) for all Mozambicans, including maternal and newborn health, with specific attention to vulnerable groups

The Government of Flanders has a long-standing relationship with the Government of Mozambique. The commonly agreed Country Strategy Paper IV (CSP IV) 2021-2025 states as its mission “to promote the fundamental right to the highest attainable standard of health for the entire Mozambican population in general, and of its adolescent population more specifically, as part of a strategy to reduce absolute poverty in the country.”

The Call for Proposals (CfP) will invite multiple non-state actors to submit proposals that seek to support the implementation of provincial plans of Tete focusing on the demand side for the improvement of SRHR service delivery to the general population, with specific attention to inclusiveness towards vulnerable groups.

The Call for Proposal will support activities that contribute to the following goal:
“Strengthen the Health System to promote the access to SRHR-related service delivery, including maternal and new-born health, with specific attention on vulnerable groups (adolescents, gender and sexual minorities, people living with a disability and/or HIV, internally displaced persons).”

Projects must support existing systems/public health structures and provincial plans.

Only proposals ranging from €1,400,000 - €1,500,000 million, all costs included, will be considered. All projects must be implemented over a minimum of 3 and maximum 4 years’ timeframe.

Applicants must note that proposed projects must be submitted and aligned with criteria set out in the Application Guidelines, which are obtainable at the bottom of this page.

Closing date and time: 30 April 2022 12 p.m. Mozambican Time.

The Country Strategy Paper between Flanders and Mozambique can be found here: CSP_Mozambique.pdf (flanders.org.za)

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