le 19/04/2022

UK Government – Afghanistan Conflict, Stability and Security programme

New Afghanistan Conflict, Stability and Security Fund (CSSF) seeks project proposals to help reduce localised conflict, support civil society, and protect the rights of Afghans.

The UK government’s Conflict, Stability and Security Fund (CSSF) is issuing this Call for Bids notice as part of his programme development process. It is particularly interested in project proposals that focus on some or all of the following:

  • monitoring and reducing human rights abuses against women and girls and other at-risk groups
  • support to civil society and the independent Afghan media sector to sustain and amplify Afghan voices nationally and internationally
  • enhancing Afghan capacity to reduce local-level tensions, including through conflict mitigation and de-escalation interventions

We are prioritising a focused portfolio and would therefore welcome bids from multi-disciplinary consortiums that can support activities across a range of our objectives.

Given the context and to maximise impact, we encourage a medium-term (3 year) approach. Projects would be subject to annual break clauses.

Eligible organisations :

Non-governmental organisations (NGOs), UK-based non-profit organisations, UK-based small and diaspora organisations, Organisations based in Low to Middle Income Countries (LMIC)


Closing date : 11:59pm on Sunday 8 May 2022.

Funding : £500,000 – £9,000,000 over 3 years

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