SERVIR Hindu Kush Himalaya (SERVIR-HKH) is inviting proposals for the SERVIR-HKH small grants programme to help grow the network of government agencies, universities, and institutions in the HKH region that utilize geospatial tools and information to improve decision-making related to sustainable mountain development with a special focus on climate change and adaptation, vulnerability, or mitigation in relation with agriculture, food security, and disaster risk reduction.
This RFP invites concept papers to explore innovative approaches and thinking to help relevant organizations speed their transition to climate-resilient, sustainable economic growth through improved policy and practice.
The SERVIR-HKH programme seeks to broaden its network of organizations that work with geospatial tools and information by funding proposals that can enhance the existing services and focus on the last-mile connectivity of the services. Proposals that leverage existing services to address current development limitations are encouraged. Innovative ideas to extend SERVIR services to integrate socio-economic data to support damage and/or risk assessments would be encouraged.
ICIMOD/SERVIR-HKH may choose to fully fund or incrementally fund the chosen application(s). SERVIR-HKH expects to award 4-5 grants. Individual grants will not exceed USD 30,000. For this call, applications will be accepted from institutions based in Bangladesh, Nepal, and Pakistan.
Concept papers are due 25 March 2022.
To know more about the thematic framework, programme objectives, implementation period, eligibility, application process etc., visit the website.
For additional queries, please write to firstname.lastname@example.org. We will be accepting questions continuously up to 7 March 2022.
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