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New Call for Proposals – 6th edition of the Polish Challenge Fund has been opened!

Polish-UNDP Partnership: Innovative Solutions for the SDGs financed by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Poland and implemented by UNDP Istanbul Regional Hub, has opened the Call for Proposals for the Polish Challenge Fund  with the deadline of 17 October 2023:

The goal of the Polish Challenge Fund is to solve development challenges in partner countries (the Republic of Moldova, Georgia, North Macedonia) through the transfer and/or testing of Polish innovative solutions.

Eligible applicants: Private sector entities, research institutes and universities registered in the Republic of Poland with involvement of local partners (any kind of entities, including public sector, civil society, private, etc.) from Moldova, North Macedonia, Georgia.

Expected date of contract start: December2023/January 2024.

Expected length of contract: up to 10 months.

Estimated value of the contract: USD 20,000 – USD 40,000. The applicants are expected to provide additional co-funding of at least 20% of the total costs of the project.

Applications are submitted through UNDP Quantum interface, which requires a registration – we recommend interested applicants to register as soon as possible (see the Supplier Presentation Guide for instructions).

Please feel free to share widely with your partner organizations wishing to team up with the Polish applicants around:

  1. Green Technologies & Energy Transformation
  1. Digital Innovations for Good Governance and Smart Cities
  1. Innovative Organic Agriculture
  1. Support for Resilient Society

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