El Global Partnership for Social Accountability (GPSA) anima a la sociedad civil y los gobiernos a trabajar conjuntamente para resolver problemas críticos de gobernabilidad.
El plazo para presentar las propuestas finaliza el 12 de agosto.
The Global Partnership for Social Accountability (GPSA) supports civil society and governments to work together to solve critical governance challenges in developing countries. To achieve this objective, the GPSA provides strategic and sustained support to CSOs’ social accountability initiatives aimed at strengthening transparency and accountability. It builds on the World Bank’s direct and ongoing engagement with public sector actors, as well as a network of Global Partner organizations, to create an enabling environment in which citizen feedback is used to solve fundamental problems in service delivery and to strengthen the performance of public institutions. Through a country-tailored approach, GPSA-supported activities are implemented in sectors where the World Bank has a strong involvement and can help governments respond to citizen feedback.
The GPSA works to “close the loop” by supporting citizens to have a more articulated voice, helping governments to listen, and assisting government agencies to act upon the feedback they receive.
The GPSA is pleased to announce its 3rd Global Call for Proposals. In Mongolia the GPSA seeks proposals for Social Accountability initiatives and programs from Civil Society Organizations to address one or all of the following:
Following the GPSA’s approach, it is expected that the information produced will also be used by other public sector institutions beyond the Executive, including Supreme Audit Institutions, legislative bodies, independent regulatory agencies, and other oversight bodies.
In order to be considered, proposals must demonstrate clearly that:
- The project will push the boundaries from pilots to large-scale interventions that may be replicated country-wide;
- The proposed intervention is related to ongoing initiatives focusing on similar objectives. It should identify the value added of GPSA support;
- It proposes clear mentoring and partnership with other CSOs (local and national) and community-based organizations; and
- The project will generate information that is needed to complement existing processes already supported by relevant public institutions.
- Institutional strengthening activities and capacity-building through a “learning-by-doing” approach that will result in the CSO’s increased capacity to implement social accountability.
GPSA supports proposals that:
- Have an estimated duration of 3 to 5 years, in order to enable sustained and strategic funding for Social Accountability;
- To find out the indicative funding range for the 3rd Global Call for Proposals, please visit our website at www.thegpsa.org
Eligible CSOs: Legal entities that fall outside the public or for profit sector, such as non-government organizations, not-for-profit media organizations, charitable organizations, faith-based organizations, professional organizations, labor unions, workers’ organizations, associations of elected local representatives, foundations and policy development and research institutes.
Applicant CSO must provide proof of legal status in one of GPSA’s eligible (“opted-in”) countries.
Please review the GPSA Application Guidelines for details about how to apply for a grant, eligibility requirements, selection criteria and selection process.
If you are interested in applying please visit www.worldbank.org/gpsa to read the GPSA Application Guidelines and to access the application forms.
For information on the Orientation Session organized by the World Bank offices in Mongolia please contact: Tina Puntsag at email@example.com