Thinking of a Career in Emergency Management?
- BY Nicole Pelette
UNITLIFE has announced the first call for proposals for a pilot grant addressing Chronic malnutrition prevention in Niger.
UNITLIFE will provide funding for one project in Niger at the intersection of nutrition, nutrition-sensitive and resilient food systems, and the empowerment of women, with the primary goal of improving the nutritional status of children and mothers through improved diets.
The fund is governed by a multi-stakeholder board, including the permanent seat members – the Government of France and UN Women
As part of UNITLIFE’s strategy, UNITLIFE will select a project which also includes three cross-cutting priorities: innovation, sustainability and integration (or colocation) with interventions addressing other determinants of malnutrition to maximize impact.
Number of grants available: 1
Grant amount: US$ 500,000
Grant duration: 18 months
Estimated start date: September 2020
Organizations that meet ALL of the following criteria can apply for this grant:
UNITLIFE will consider interventions that respond to its theory of change: