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UN-Habitat’s Global Public Space Programme is launching a call for proposals (CFP) to seek partnership in the implementation of innovative public space projects in Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Colombia, Egypt, Indonesia, Iraq, Jordan, Kenya, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, Lebanon, Malaysia, Mexico, Mongolia, Nepal, Palestine, Peru, Senegal, South Africa, Syria, Tanzania, and Vietnam. UN-Habitat’s Global Public Space Programme calls national and local authorities as well as non-profit organizations to submit proposals which aim to achieve the following expected result:
Influence cities to recognize the importance of localized city-wide public space network and policies and to maximize public space areas at a city level.
Effective creation, protection, design, and management of public spaces, particularly in disadvantaged communities in rapidly urbanizing cities and towns, as critical preconditions for poverty reduction and the fulfillment of human rights in urban areas.
Re-build confidence about being out in urban and public spaces following the COVID-19 pandemic.
Late entries are not eligible.
Proposals as well as accompanying documents submitted to a different email address are not eligible. Also, candidates should send any clarification queries and correspondences should by email.
Proposals failing to provide the requested information will be disregarded.
Basically, the applicant’s proposal and accompanying documents must clearly indicate the CFP reference: CFP/1-2020/PFES-GPSP.
All prices must be in USD.
Proposal language is the English language. In addition to that, the program also accepts submissions in French and Spanish languages.
Overall, the maximum proposed value in of the best proposal is US$ $80,000 (Eighty Thousand).
UN-Habitat Project title: Public space implementation projects | City-wide program and COVID-19 recovery.
Country/territory: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Colombia, Egypt, Indonesia, Iraq, Jordan, Kenya, Kosovo, Kyrgyzstan, Lebanon, Malaysia, Mexico, Mongolia, Nepal, Palestine, Peru, Senegal, South Africa, Syria, Tanzania, and Vietnam.
Anticipated start date: 1 March 2021
Moreover, the estimated duration of the project in calendar months is 14 months.
Lead Organization Unit: Planning, Finance, and Economy section, Global Public Space Programme.
Address the call for proposal response by email to the attention of Christelle Lahoud and Rizwan Kasmani