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Arab Partnership: call for proposals for Tunisia

We are now calling for proposals for the Arab Partnership Fund for Tunisia for the 2015-2016 financial year.

This was published under the 2010 to 2015 Conservative and Liberal Democrat coalition government

The Arab Partnership is now opening a call for proposals for Tunisia for 2015-2016.

We are now calling for proposals for the Arab Partnership Fund for Tunisia for the 2015-2016 financial year (1st April 2015 until 31st March 2016). We are therefore seeking one year projects to be completed by March 2016.

The deadline to submit proposals is 18 February 2015. We would like to receive proposals for projects which will deliver in one of the following areas:

1. Promotion of good governance through effective and accountable institutions:

Public service reform and transparency leading to an accountable and open government;

2. Public Voice and Freedom of Expression:

Enhancing public sector broadcasting and strengthening media regulatory framework to enshrine the independence of the media.

3. Security Sector Reform:

Support to build accountable, responsive and effective security institutions, to address internal and external/regional threats and instability, and be better adapted to its risks and priorities

How to apply:

Please submit a project proposal in English to Kay Harris copying Mourad Ennar . All queries should be directed to the following email

Project proposal template

Project Proposal Template

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Arab Partnership: Background

The Arab Partnership was established by the UK Government to support countries in the Middle East and North Africa which want to put in the place the building blocks of more open, free societies, underpinned by vibrant economies. The Arab Partnership works with host Governments, multilateral organisations and civil society in support of these objectives.

Published 5 February 2015