French Embassy in Kenya Grants for NGOs and CBOs 2021

Filed in Business by on April 6, 2021

French Embassy in Kenya Grants for NGOs and CBOs 2021 – This is a good news coming to Kenyan Citizens. Applications are invited from suitably qualified NGOs and CBOs for French Embassy in Kenya Grants 2021.

This page is going to assist you in the application processes of the French Embassy in Kenya Grants. So it is important you read through this page carefully and use the link that we will be providing here to apply.

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For several years, the French Embassy has been providing support to Kenyan Civil Society Organizations (CSOs).

Between 2001 and 2017, the Social Fund for Development (FSD), subsequently funded more than 119 projects promoted by civil society organizations, for a total amount of 3.2 million euros.

The current program named Innovative Projects from Civil Societies and Coalitions of Actors (PISCCA) replaced the FSD and became the main French Embassy tool to support Kenyan civil society organizations.

Within the framework of the PISCCA fund, the French Embassy in Kenya is launching a new call for proposals called Ell’imu for Kenyan civil society organizations.

For 2 years (2021-2022), this fund will focus on supporting girls and young women’s education in Kenya in four priority areas:

  • Distance learning and the development of digital skills for girls and young women
  • Sports education for girls/young women
  • Health and hygiene education for girls and young women
  • Vocational and technical training for young women

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Eligibility Criteria for French Embassy in Kenya Grants 2021/2022

  1. Applicants to the French Embassy in Kenya Grants must be a Kenyan civil society organization (association, non-profit organization, foundations, cooperatives, community based organization, network associations, company limited by guarantee…) registered for at least 3 years by the Kenyan authorities.
  2. Each entity can only submit one project.
  3. The program encourages synergies, including partnerships and coalitions of actors.
  4. Transversal projects that fall under more than one priority area are strongly encouraged as well.
  5. Applicants must demonstrate an established record of achievements
  6. Applicants must target vulnerable populations as beneficiaries

Selection Criteria

To succeed in the application of this French Embassy in Kenya Grants you must possess the following;

  • The required financing shall range between 2 650 000 KES and 4 600 000 KES.
  • The duration of the project must be between 6 and 12 months
  • The project must be co-financed by at least 30% of the total cost
  • The administrative costs (including personal costs) must not exceed 15% of the total budget and must be justified.
  • All the counties are eligible but a special attention will be given to Arid and semi-arid lands (ASAL).
  • The project must contribute to girls and young women education and empowerment through one or more of the following activities:
    1. Support for distance learning and the development of digital skills for teachers and girls (access to digital tools and resources for learners),
    2. Support to sports education for girls (the promotion of projects offering an integrated perspective linking sport, leadership and gender dialogue),
    3. Support to vocational training and technical training (to train out young women).
    4. Support to the acquisition of knowledge among young girls and boys of preventive hygiene measures (COVID19) and information on sexual health.
  • Special attention will be paid to project involving schools where French is taught.
  • Projects on mentorship and role-modeling are also eligible.

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Selection Process and Deadline

To apply, please download the application form using the link below and fill it carefully. Ensure you follow the instructions and answering every question;

Make sure the application contains all the necessary attachments detailed at the end of the form;

Return all the documents by email at or by post within the timeframe, indicated to:

Piscca Project Officer
French Embassy in Kenya
Peponi Gardens, Off Peponi Road
P.O. Box 41 784 00100 Nairobi

Note: Due to the large number of applications expected, only the selected CSOs will be notified. If you have not been contacted within 2 months, then know that your project has not been accepted.

Interviews will be held for the selected civil society organizations.

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