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CALL FOR PROPOSALS FOR SUPPORT FOR SOCIAL STABILITY AND SECURITY OF THE CONFLICT-AFFECTED COMMUNITIES IN NORTH-EAST AND MIDDLE BELT OF NIGERIA (OUTPUT 3)

CALL FOR PROPOSALS SUPPORT FOR SOCIAL STABILITY AND SECURITY OF THE CONFLICT-AFFECTED COMMUNITIES IN NORTH-EAST AND MIDDLE BELT OF NIGERIA (OUTPUT 3)
Procurement Process :CP-QB-FBS – Call for Proposal – Quality Based Fixed Budget
Office :UNDP ABUJA – NIGERIA
Deadline :10-Aug-21
Posted on :27-Jul-21
Development Area :SERVICES
Reference Number :75546
Link to Atlas Project :
00111076 – GOVERNANCE, HUMAN RIGHTS, PEACE & SECURITY
Documents :
Call for Proposal
Request for Information
Overview :Nigeria faces multiple crises, with a protracted conflict in its North East region, which has spread to neighboring countries and intercommunal clashes in other regions of the country. The effects of the conflict in the North East, together with climate change and desertification has made grazing of livestock difficult and has driven herders to migrate south. This has given rise to the prevalence of violent clashes, most notably in the Middle Belt region. With these crises, Nigeria today is amongst the countries with the highest overall projected conflict risk index and increased risk in socio-economic vulnerability, inequality, and food insecurity.In the Middle Belt, the farmer-herder conflict has become increasingly devastating and progressively violent, especially in Benue, Nasarawa and Taraba States. Over four years from 2016 to 2019, a total of 602 violent conflict incidents have been recorded in the three states with 2,789 fatalities and unquantified destruction of property contributing to the growing insecurity.  In Benue state, there are 483,692 IDPs as a result of violent conflicts as of June 2020.If you are interested in submitting a porposal in response to this CFP, please prepare your proposal in accordance with the requirements and procedure as set out in this CFP and submit it by the Deadline for Submission of Proposals set out in Call for Proposal.Please acknowledge receipt of this CFP by sending an email to procurement.ng@undp.org indicating whether you intend to submit a proposal or otherwise. This will enable you to receive amendments or updates to the CFP. Should you require further clarifications, kindly communicate with the contact person/s identified in the attached CFP as the focal point for queries on this CFP.
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