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The Request for Proposal (RFP) for FY2024 will be launched on October 11, 2023. Application will be due by November 17, 2023. We will hold an RFP webinar on October 17, 2023 focusing on our funding priorities and the application form and process. Register here.
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Interested applicants should register with our Digital CSR Donation Management System to receive news and updates about the Request for Proposal (RFP). We will publish the RFP document on our global website and in the Digital CSR Donation Management System. The RFP includes guidance on thematic priorities, eligibility criteria, technical approach and budget templates, other relevant guidelines, and the entire proposal process timeline. All proposals must be submitted through the Digital CSR Donation Management System in English by the deadline indicated in the RFP.
FY2023 Request for Proposal
All proposals are initially screened for completeness and eligibility. If the proposal does not pass the initial screen, it will not be considered for technical review.
The resulting pool of proposals undergo technical and financial evaluation by our CSR Application Review Committee. Proposals are reviewed, scored and ranked accordingly based on the following criteria:
Responsiveness to RFP guidance and alignment with Global CSR Program priorities = 10%
Compelling reason to fund (e.g., meaningful difference program makes, unique capabilities and experiences of applicant org and its partners, creativity/innovation of approach and impact) = 10%
Strong approach (e.g., clarity and effectiveness of program approach; measurable and achievable outcomes, demonstrated local demand, and clear understanding of challenges being addressed and appropriateness of solutions) = 25%
DE&I impact (e.g., are program teams and activities designed in ways that reduce disparities, draw on local expertise and leadership, and demonstrate an understanding of equity issues in relation to the populations they are seeking to serve and empower) = 20%
Sustainable impact (e.g., engagement of local partners, transition of ownership, lasting results for people and the planet) = 20%
Efficient & impactful use of resources = 15%