Welthungerhilfe e.V. was founded in 1962 and is today one of the largest, German non-governmental international aid agencies. The organization follows a vision of a world in which all people can exercise their right to a self-determined life in dignity, and justice, free from hunger and poverty. Welthungerhilfe’s fundamental principle is help for self-help and aims at strengthening structures from the bottom up. The Ugandan country program is engaged in Food and Nutrition Security, WASH, and Skills Development for the Youth in the emergency and development context. The Country Office is located in Kampala with Field Offices in Moroto, Arua, Yumbe, Katakwi, Amuria, and Fort Portal for a total of approx. 180 staff. Welthungerhilfe is implementing a 3-year project in the area of Gender Equality, Menstrual Health Management and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights together with the partner organizations Kiyita Family Alliance for Development (KIFAD) and Straight Talk Foundation to gain funding from the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) under the funding title Private Agencies.
Call For Expression Of Interest To Partner On Advocacy On Gender Inequalities,
Welthungerhilfe is currently implementing a 3-year project in the areas of Gender Equality, Menstrual Health Management and Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights together with the partner organizations Kiyita Family Alliance for Development (KIFAD) and Straight Talk Foundation. The project envisions increased gender equality and economic empowerment of women and girls as well as improved menstrual health and SRHR services and products for women and girls in the targeted communities of Karamoja (Moroto, Napak) and Teso (Amuria, Katakwi). The key results we would like to achieve include;
Result 1: Gender transformative attitudes, practices, and processes in the target communities are promoted.
Result 2: At least 3,000 women and girls have increased access to quality MH, SRHR, and PSEAH services for women and girls in the target communities.
Result 3: At least 400 women in targeted communities have improved incomes.
Result 4: Demands from the district-level dialogue platforms are addressed in multi-stakeholder forums at the national level.
The target group is; 3,600 women and girls and 1,280 men from 40 target communities in Teso and Karamoja, 20 teachers, 20 health workers, 104 community-based coaches, 80 peereducators/ mentors as well as approx. 100 political decision-makers at District- and Sub-County level. Part of the direct target group are participants from ongoing Welthungerhilfe projects in the target regions who haven’t benefitted from gender transformation, SRHR and MHM interventions. Among the targeted women are members of Farmer Field Schools and VSLA, Community Health Clubs, and WASH Clubs.
UGA 1102/035/2022 Advocacy EOI
In the bid to respond to gender inequalities, sexual and reproductive health and rights, and menstrual health and hygiene management challenges within the communities, Welthungerhilfe seeks to contract a civil society organization/network with advocacy expertise to support the delivery of the advocacy component of the project. The contracted Civil Society Organization will ensure that the demands from the district-level dialogue platforms are addressed in multistakeholder forums at the national level.
To support with advocacy campaigns component of the project, the partner organization should have experience in gender transformative programming, sexual and reproductive health and rights, graduation approaches, and menstrual health management.
How to apply
If you are interested in partnering with Welthungerhilfe, please submit your filled EOI form to:
email@example.com cc Maike.Kigozi@welthungerhilfe.de
The deadline for this call is Friday 20th January 2023. Successful applicant(s) will be contacted by 30th January 2023
Participating in the process is free of charge, no payment is required from the participants at any stage of the bidding process.
Brief Organization Profile
Short and precise input from a prospective partner
Name and nature of the organization (Sector, purpose)
When was the organization formed and registered in Uganda?
Type of organization (International/National/CBO)
Projects with an annual budget volume of >250,000 EUR successfully implemented
Current location of Head Office in Uganda, Number and location of field offices
Number of staff (divided by offices and disaggregated by gender)
Project districts in Uganda in the last 5 years
Brief description of previous and current target groups
Area(s) of expertise: (Tick applicable and specify expertise)
Gender Transformative Programming (please specify briefly in bullet points)
Menstrual Health Management (please specify briefly in bullet points)
Social and Behaviour Change
Livelihoods / Economic Empowerment
Others (please specify briefly in bullet points)
Which of the following policies does your organization have in place?
Prevention of Corruption and Conflict of Interest
Prevention of Sexual Exploitation
Child Protection Policy
Other (please specify)
Is your organization using financial accounting software?
If yes, which one?
Donors funding your organization in the last 5 years (specify budget volume)
Cooperation with international NGOs in the last 10 years
An annual budget for the last 3 years
Do you have audited financial statements for at least the past 3 years? (Do not attach)
Who audited them?
Membership in any network or federation of INGO/NGOs/CBOs
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