Request For Proposals for Partner(s) In Isiolo, Kwale & Nakuru Counties, Kenya – PROACT
ISD seeks to increase community resilience to violence in Isiolo, Nakuru and Kwale Counties, with the long-term vision to support highly vulnerable communities in Kenya through a coordination mechanism that is ethical, effective and sustainable. To achieve this, PROACT envisions a series of activities, which will improve the capacity of existing county-level violence prevention structures and enhance the coordination of efforts across county-level actors. This will be undertaken through enhancing support for and awareness of a human rights-framework for community-based interventions, increased cooperation and trust amongst actors, strengthened capacity and knowledge of community team actors, and improving sustainability mechanisms.
More broadly, PROACT is seeking to effectively and sustainably address the issues of polarisation, radicalisation, and extremism amongst highly vulnerable populations in Kenya and improve the capabilities of existing local P/CVE structures and actors in three target counties across Kenya. Central to this is coordinating existing actors at the county level in order to strengthen or build multi-sectorial approaches to community-based interventions.
ISD is therefore seeking implementing partner(s) who can play a lead role in engaging violence prevention actors, including civil society, county governments, and national government including security services and criminal justice system actors.
If you would like to submit your proposal;
- Please read the full request for proposals here
- Please read and complete the application template here
- Please read and complete the budget template here
Request for proposals published
Deadline for registering interest and any queries on the RFP, to be submitted to email@example.com
Only organisations that have registered interest can submit full applications.
ISD to share responses to queries with all registered bidders
Applicants submit complete proposal package to firstname.lastname@example.org
by 12 midnight, UK time.
Preferred bidder(s) to be notified, start of due diligence checks
Start of contract(s)
All bidders must register their interest by 7th February 2020, via email, to email@example.com. Bidders should also submit any questions on the RFP by this date.
The deadline for submission is 12 midnight GMT on Monday 24th February 2020. Applications submitted after this time will not be eligible.
All bidders must submit the following documents:
- Completion of attached proposal template
- Budget in attached budget template
- Detailed budget narrative
- Copy of registration in Kenya
- Copy of audit from within the last three years
- Timeline of activities
- CVs of staff which may be involved in the project
- Organigram of your organisations
- Any other relevant document or reference
Documents must be submitted to ISD via email, to firstname.lastname@example.org
The deadline for submission is 12 midnight UK time on Monday 24th February 2020. Applications submitted after this time will not be eligible.
About the Organization
About the Institute for Strategic Dialogue
Founded in 2006, the Institute for Strategic Dialogue (ISD) is a leading global ‘think and do’ tank dedicated to understanding and innovating real-world responses to the rising tide of polarisation, hate and extremism of all forms. We combine anthropological research, expertise in international extremist movements and an advanced digital analysis capability that tracks hate, disinformation and extremism online, with policy advisory support and training to governments and cities around the world. We also work to empower youth and community influencers internationally through our pioneering education, technology and communications programmes.
Innovating, trialling and scaling data-driven solutions across our unique networks of community influencers, city and government officials and tech sector partnerships, we work to mount a soft power strategy, proportional in influence and impact to the ever-more sophisticated, cross-border polarisation and recruitment machineries of state and non-state actors promulgating hate, division and conflict.