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加拿大资助地方活动基金 - 中国 - 2018-2019年度

  • 2018-04-10--2018-04-27
  • 中国
  • 加拿大支持地方活动基金
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加拿大资助地方活动基金项目(简称为CFLI或加拿大基金),提供小额赠款,以支持中国小型但影响重大的项目,这些项目在六个行动领域内促进民间社会治理和社会能力建设,为加拿大政府进行国际援助提供指导。该基金主要针对当地合作伙伴构想和设计的项目,如中国社区团体、地方政府机构以及从事中国当地发展活动的国际或区域组织。加拿大基金不设计或执行项目,而是回应直接来自地方社区的需求。

 

优先领域

所有项目必须符合至少下述一项CFLI指定的优先领域:

1. 促进性别平等及妇女和女童的赋权。

2. 维护人类尊严,尤其在健康、教育和营养方面。

3. 包容性治理,包括鼓励多样性、民主、人权和法治。

4. 适合所有人的发展方向,包括妇女的经济权利、体面的就业机会和创业机会,对最贫困和脆弱的群体进行投资扶助,并维持稳定的经济收益。

5. 改善环境和气候的行动,重点是适应和缓解气候变化的行动以及对水资源的管理。

6. 促进和平与安全,重点是预防冲突和维护和平。

 

作为贯穿一切的主题,所有项目都应该考虑到性别平等,环境保护、可持续性和受益人群的参与。

有资格申请CFLI基金的组织

 

在符合条件的国家范围内,符合条件的接受资助机构包括:

当地非政府、社区和非营利组织,

从事当地项目的当地学术机构,

从事当地发展活动的国际、政府间、多边和区域机关、组织和机构,

从事当地项目的市政、区域或国家政府机构或接受资助国家的机构,以及

从事当地发展活动的加拿大非政府组织和非营利组织。

 

CFLI的大部分资金将用于当地民间社会组织(包括非政府组织)和其他在当地工作的机构。其他实体,如国际、政府间、多边和区域组织也有资格获得资助,前提是它们与当地合作伙伴合作,同时合作的项目符合CFLI的目标。同样,市政、区域或国家政府机构也可以获得资金,前提是其项目本质上是归属于当地的。 CFLI一直在寻求资助可以产生可衡量结果的创新型项目。

 

最新内容!基于性别的分析(GBA)

 

2017年,加拿大通过了一项《女权主义国际援助政策》,推动性别平等和赋予妇女和女童权力,这是减少贫困并建设一个更具包容性、和平与繁荣世界的最有效途径。根据这项政策,基于性别的分析将成为CFLI项目申请流程的必要组成部分。这一变化的目的是提升CFLI项目性别平等的成果。

基于性别的分析将要求申请人:a)考虑他们项目旨在解决的问题对妇女、女童、男性和男童的不同影响,包括确保项目不会造成任何伤害,b)在项目书制定过程中咨询妇女和/或女孩的意见,c)确保这些意见为项目设计提供信息。

*咨询内容包括但不限于:与当地社区的女性和女童交谈;与服务于当地社区的民间社会组织里工作的女性和其他个人交谈;对那些了解当地社区的女性和男性决策者和变革者交谈。

如果未完成性别分析,则可能会影响对您项目书的考虑。

最新内容!两年项目

根据项目目标和活动完成情况,可以允许跨越两个财政年度(2018年4月-2020年3月)的项目。

 

符合条件的项目费用

以下项目费用符合CFLI资助:

与项目相关的行政和管理费用,

与租赁和/或购买和/或建设基础设施有关的资本和/或运营支出,

安装、维护、运输和/或运输成本,包括燃料、计算机和通讯设备,

公民教育费用,

会议和活动支出,

招待费,不包括酒精饮料的费用,

培训和能力建设的支出,

接受资助机构获得服务的费用,

外联、沟通和信息传播费用,

环境评估费用,

倡导和推广相关费用,

法律费用,

会计费用,

医疗费用,

出版费用,

电台和电视广播费,

设施和设备租赁费用,

研究相关费用,

与该项目有关的工资成本,

安保费用,

笔译和口译费用,

差旅费用,尽可能使用最低票价但不超过全额经济舱票价(国际旅行费用必须事先获得CFLI总部的批准),

租赁或租用车辆的费用,

车辆和设备的操作、安装和/或维护费用,

网站开发和相关费用,

项目不可或缺的杂项费用。

 

以下费用不适用于CFLI资助:

核技术和设施的费用,

协助军事或准军事组织的费用,

礼品费用,

奢侈品费用,

直接向政府提供的财政支持,

组织的核心资金或经常性费用,

国际旅行费用(未经CFLI总部预先批准),

周转资金(指用于向个人提供贷款的资金,即小额信贷),

捐赠合同签署之前或到期之后发生的费用。

以下是CFLI项目筛选标准:

申请机构的信誉和能力;

CFLI基金本年度项目的地区分布;

项目的优先领域;

目标与CFLI基金的相关性;

创新性;

预算的合理性/资金使用的价值;以及

可操作的监督评估计划。

 

针对小型、短期并涉及当地需求及促进长期发展目标的项目,加拿大基金提供一次性资助。建议申请组织准备的预算在人民币100,000到200,000元之间。加拿大基金项目建议的最大资助金额为人民币250,000元,最小资助金额为人民币65,000元。

 

符合加拿大基金2018-2019年度筛选标准的项目建议书可提交给加拿大基金协调员,供CFLI项目评选委员会审议。作为审批过程的第一步,申请者应提交一份简要项目书(不超过2页–请参考模板),它应概括出在有限的预算内,为取得一定目标而建议开展的一系列项目活动,并且应提供受益群体和申请组织的背景信息。简要项目书提交截止时间为2018427日星期五下午5点。

 

项目的执行截止日:一般情况下,2018-2019年度CFLI项目的计划活动应于2019228日星期四之前完成(对于跨度为两年的项目,则应于2020228日星期五前完成)。

 

依据加拿大全球事务部的信息管理政策,项目申请将在使馆中存档。

 

由于申请量很大,只有入围候选人将被通知。

 

如果您需要进一步了解如何申请加拿大基金的更多信息,并提交完整简要项目书,请发送电子邮件至:canadafundchina@gmail.com

 

Canada Fund for Local Initiatives - China - 2018-2019

The Canada Fund for Local Initiatives (CFLI, or Canada Fund) provides small grants to supports small-scale but high-impact projects in China, which improve governance and build capacity for civil society in the six action areas that guide the Government of Canada’s international assistance. The program is directed at projects conceived and designed predominantly by local partners such as Chinese community groups, localgovernment institutions and international or regional organizations working on local development activities in China.The Canada Fund does not design or implement projects, but responds to requests that come directly from local communities. 

 

Thematic Priorities

All projects must align with at least one of the following CFLI thematic priorities:

1. Gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls.

2. Human dignity, covering health, education and nutrition.

3. Inclusive governance, including diversity, democracy, human rights and the rule of law.

4. Growth that works for everyone, including women's economic rights, decent jobs and entrepreneurship, investing in the poorest and most vulnerable, and safeguarding economic gains.

5. Environment and climate action focusing on adaptation and mitigation, as well as on water management.

6. Peace and security, with a focus on conflict prevention and building peace.

 

As crossing-cutting themes, all projects should address considerations of gender equality, environmental protection, sustainability and participation of beneficiaries.

Organizations eligible to apply for CFLI Funding

 

Within the context of eligible countries, eligible recipients include:

local non-governmental, community and not-for-profit organizations,

local academic institutions working on local projects,

international, intergovernmental, multilateral and regional institutions, organizations andagencies working on local development activities,

municipal, regional or national government institutions or agencies of the recipient

country working on local projects, and

Canadian non-governmental and not-for-profit organizations that are working on local development activities.

 

The majority of CFLI funding is to be directed toward local civil society organizations (includingnon-governmental organizations) and other institutions working at the local level. Other entities,such as international, intergovernmental, multilateral and regional organizations can be eligible for funding, provided they are working with local partners and on local projects that are consistent with the objectives of the CFLI. Similarly, municipal, regional or national government institutions may receive funding, provided that their projects are essentially local in nature. The CFLI is always looking to fund innovative projects, which deliver measurable results.

 

NEW! Gender-Based Analysis (GBA)

 

In 2017, Canada adopted a Feminist International Assistance Policy to advance gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls as the most effective way to reduce poverty and build a more inclusive, peaceful and prosperous world. In alignment with this policy, a Gender-Based Analysis will be a required element of the CFLI project application process. The purpose of this change is to enhance the gender equality outcomes of the CFLI Program.

A Gender-Based Analysis will require applicants to: a) consider how women, girls, men, and boys are affected differently by the problem their project is aiming to address, including to ensure the project does not cause harm, b) consult women and/or girls in the development of their project proposal, and c) ensure that those views inform the project design.  

*Consultations can include, but are not limited to: speaking to women and girls from the local community; speaking to women and other individuals who work for civil society organizations that have worked in the local community; speaking to female and male decision and change-makers, who have knowledge of the local community.

Inadequate completion of a Gender-Based Analysis may affect the consideration of your proposal.  

NEW! Two Year Programming

Projects spanning two fiscal years (April 2018- March 2020) may be permitted depending on the project objectives and complexity of activities.

 

Eligible Costs

The following costs are eligible within projects for CFLI funding:

administrative and overhead costs specifically related to the project,

capital and/or operating expenditures related to the lease and/or purchase and/or building of infrastructure,

installation, maintenance, shipping and/or transportation costs, including fuel, computers and communication devices,

civic education costs,

conference and event expenditures,

hospitality costs, excluding alcoholic beverages

training and capacity building expenditures,

costs of services received by recipients,

outreach, communication and information dissemination costs,

environmental assessment costs,

advocacy and lobbying related costs,

legal costs,

accounting costs,

medical costs,

publishing costs,

radio and television broadcast fees,

facilities and equipment rental charges,

research-related costs,

salary costs relating to the project,

security costs,

translation and interpretation fees,

travel expenses, using lowest fares possible but not exceeding full fare economy class (international travel expenses must receive prior approval from the CFLI Unit)

lease or rental of vehicles,

vehicle and equipment operation, installation and/or maintenance,

website development and related costs,

miscellaneous expenses integral to the project.

 

The following costs are NOT eligible for CFLI funding:

nuclear technologies and facilities,

assistance to military or paramilitary organizations,

gifts,

luxury goods,

direct fiscal support to a government,

core funding or recurrent costs of an organization,

international travel (without prior approval from the CFLI Unit),

revolving funds, (that is, funds used to advance loans to individuals, i.e. microfinance),

expenses incurred prior to the signing of the CA, or after it expires.

The following are the CFLI project selection screening criteria:

Applicants’ credibility and capacities;

CFLI project geographic distribution this year;

Programmingpriorities;

Objectives & relevance to the CFLI;

Innovativeness;

Budget rationality/value for money; and

Operational Monitoring &Evaluation plan.

 

The Canada Fund provides one-time financial support for small-scale, short-term projects that address local needs and contribute to long-term development goals. Applicants are advised to propose budgets in the range of 100,000 – 200,000 RMB. The maximum suggested amount for the Canada Fund contribution to a project is 250,000RMB; the minimum is 65,000RMB.

 

Project proposals that meet the Canada Fund’s 2018-2019 screening criteria can be submitted to the Canada Fund Coordinator forconsiderationby the CFLI Project Selection Committee.As a first step in the approval process, applicants are invited to submit a short concept paper (no more than 2 pages – see template)outlining a proposed series of activities aimed at achieving certain objectives within a specific budget, and should include information on the beneficiaries as well as the applicant organization. Concept Notes will be accepted until 5pmFriday,April27, 2018.

 

Project implementation deadlines:Normally, all proposed project activities forCFLI 2018-2019 projects should be completed by Thursday, February 28, 2019 (and for projects which span two years, they should be completed by Friday, February 28, 2020).

 

To download the concept note template, please click here (insert hyperlink).

 

Project applications are kept on file at missions in accordance with Global Affairs Canada’s information management policies.

 

Due to the high volume of applications, only shortlisted candidates will be notified.

 

For further information on how to apply to the Canada Fund and to submit a completed Concept Note, please email: canadafundchina@gmail.com

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