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  • ETHIOPIAN DIASPORA TRUST FUND

    STANDARD GRANT APPLICATION FORM UNDER THE CALL FOR PROJECTS ETHIOPIAN DIASPORA - PARTNERSHIP TO IMPROVE SOCIAL AND ECONOMIC WELLBEING OF ETHIOPIANS IN NEED

    EDTF SECRETARIAT JULY 2019, ADDIS ABABA

  • EDTF | CALL FOR PROPOSALS | STANDARD GRANT APPLICATION FORM | JULY 2019 PAGE 1 OF 22

    PART ONE APPLICANT INFORMATION

    1. MAIN APPLICANT Name of Applicant1 Hiwot Integrated Development Organization (HIDO)

    Organizational type2 Local NGO

    Year of establishment3 1999

    Place of establishment Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

    Registration number 0224

    Taxpayer identification number 0003312031

    Telephone number +251 113 726169

    Mobile phone number +251 911 248569 or +251 911 431966

    E-mail [email protected], and [email protected]

    Office address (Street/Woreda/Kebele/House No/City)

    Nifasilk Lafto Sub-City, Woreda 03, House Number 612

    Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

    P.O. Box 70818, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

    Contact Person Sr. Tibebe Maco (Executive Director) or Tadios Kebede (Program

    Director)

    2. CO-APPLICANTS Name of the Co-applicant5 There is no Co-applicant Organizational type6

    Place of establishment

    Registration number

    Taxpayer Identification number

    Office telephone umber

    Mobile Phone number

    E-mail

    Office address (Street/Woreda/Kebele/House No/City) P.O. Box

    Contact Person

    1 Name as stated on the legal registration/incorporation certificate of the organization 2 Specify as indicated on the registration/incorporation certificate of the organization. e.g. NGO, association, government entity, private sector etc. 3 In Gregorian calendar 4 If there are more than one co-applicant, please copy and paste the same table to provide the information of each co-applicant 5 Name as stated on the legal registration/incorporation certificate of the organization 6 Specify as indicated on the registration/incorporation certificate of the organization (e.g. NGO, association, government entity, private sector etc.

  • EDTF | CALL FOR PROPOSALS | STANDARD GRANT APPLICATION FORM | JULY 2019 PAGE 2 OF 22

    PART TWO PROJECT INFORMATION

    1. PROJECT SUMMARY

    1.1. Title of the Project Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) Services for Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC)

    1.2. Summary of the Proposed Project (Not exceeding 500 words) Highlight: the need and objective of the proposed project, expected results and key methods/approaches and activities that will be implemented to achieve the stated result(s)

    The proposed project is designed to deliver integrated, inclusive, and quality Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) services for destitute OVC aged 3-6 years old, by constructing and equipping standard ECCE center in Kolfe Keraneo sub city, woreda 06. The ECCE center will be constructed on 250 square meters of land inside the premises/compound owned by our organization (HIDO). The rationale for designing the proposed project is the fact that most preschool OVC in the target woreda and adjacent woredas are deprived of and excluded from appropriate care and learning opportunities. Many of the existing centers are not affordable for destitute OVC. Besides, they couldn’t provide integrated and inclusive ECCE services as per the national ECCE framework and standard.

    The overall /general objective of the proposed project is “to nurture the proper and holistic development of 400 destitute OVC aged 3-6 years by ensuring access to quality, inclusive, and integrated Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) services, and enhancing the capacity of OVC guardians/caregivers, local government and community structures in Kolfe Keraneo sub city, woreda 06”. The realization of this general objective is expected to generate the following results:-

    • Presence of active and functional ECCE center rendering quality and integrated ECCE services • Increased access to quality and integrated Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) services

    for OVC aged 3-6 years old • The target OVC become healthy, safe and schooled and their holistic development properly

    nurtured • Reduced vulnerability and increased wellbeing of the target OVC • Reduced household poverty and improved living condition of OVC and their

    guardians/caregivers • Increased capacity of local government and community structures to facilitate and maintain

    services and sustain results generated by the intervention The proposed project has three specific objectives. The first specific objective is “to deliver developmentally appropriate education, health, psycho-social, and nutrition services for 400 destitute OVC aged 3-6 by constructing and equipping standard Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) Center”. By attaining this specific objective, the following results/outcomes are expected to be attained:

    • Standard Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) Center constructed and equipped • Quality, inclusive, integrated, and sustainable ECCE services provided to OVC aged 3-6 in the

    ECCE center • The target OVC become healthy, with more specific outcomes that include (Reduced risk of

    getting infected by communicable diseases; increased adherence to HIV treatment among HIV+ OVC; reduced malnourishment and improved nutritional status; and improved management of chronic childhood illnesses)

    • OVC become safe with reduced risk of violence (physical, emotional, psychological and sexual violence)

    • OVC become schooled with increased school attendance and increased school progression. The second specific objective of the proposed project is “to increase the livelihood of 400 households caring for OVC from the existing average of 700 birr per month to 2800 birr per month through engaging guardians/caregivers of the target OVC in Income Generating Activities (IGA)”. The following results/outcomes are expected to be attained with the realization of this specific objective:-

    • Decreased household food insecurity • Increased household income

  • EDTF | CALL FOR PROPOSALS | STANDARD GRANT APPLICATION FORM | JULY 2019 PAGE 3 OF 22

    • Increased household capacity to meet the basic needs of OVC • Reduced vulnerability of the households

    The third specific objective of the proposed project is “To strengthen the capacity of local government and community structures in the target woreda to support, facilitate, and sustain high quality and integrated Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) services for OVC”. Attaining this specific objective is expected to generate the following results/outcomes:-

    • Strengthened capacity of the CCC and local government offices • The CCC and woreda government offices actively supported and facilitated provision of quality,

    inclusive, and integrated ECCE services • The CCC and local government offices sustained service provision as well as the results gained

    because of the intervention and took over the responsibility of administering and managing the ECCE center after the end of the project period.

    The major approaches/methods the proposed project will deploy include but not limited to:- continuous multi-sectoral engagement and collaboration; local capacity development and encouraging local ownership; child focused and household centered intervention; gender sensitive programming and project management; addressing the economic challenges of households caring for OVC; and strengthening referral linkage with different service providers.

    Several pertinent activities, indicated in the results framework section of this application, will be undertaken to achieve the objectives and results stated above.

    1.3. Duration of the project in months 24 Months

    1.4. Grant amount requested from EDTF in Ethiopian Birr

    9,065,742.92

    1.5. Financing secured from other sources

    Requested/Expected Secured

    1.6. Matching fund contributed by the applicant (Total in ET birr)

    1,426,000

    In Cash (amount in ET birr) 276,000

    1.6.2 In kind contribution Write estimated cash value in ET Birr 1,150,000

    1.7. Location of the Project Region, city/Woreda, Kebele

    Addis Ababa, Kolfe Keraneo Sub City, Woreda 06

    1.8. Planned starting date of the project January 01, 2020

    2. PROJECT DESCRIPTION 2.1. Statement of the problem (Not exceeding 300 words)

    a. Describe the problem the project intends to solve and its scale/magnitude b. Present and explain the evidence justifying the need for intervention

    Although the government of Ethiopia has developed and endorsed Early Childhood Care and Education (ECCE) policy framework having recognized the importance of early years for children’s later development as well as the development of the nation, ECCE still remains to be one of the neglected areas in Ethiopia. According to UNICEF’s 2017 global report on early childhood education, more than half of children (55%) remain excluded from pre-primary education in Ethiopia (UNICEF, 2017). The figure is much higher (81%) for Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC). Most pre-school age children are deprived of appropriate care and learning opportunities. In the last one and half decade, government and development actors (including NGOs and the private sector) in the urban centers have shown a growing interest in investing in early childhood education, particularly in Addis Ababa. This opportunity, however, is hardly accessible for Orphans and Vulnerable Children (OVC).

  • EDTF | CALL FOR PROPOSALS | STANDARD GRANT APPLICATION FORM | JULY 2019 PAGE 4 OF 22

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