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The Conflict, Security and Stabilisation Fund, East Africa: Call for Proposals

The Conflict, Security and Stabilisation Fund (CSSF), East Africa: Call for Proposals

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FCO, King Charles Street

The Conflict, Security and Stabilisation Fund (CSSF) is the UK Government’s programme that aims to create the conditions for global growth. Working closely with implementers and the UK’s network of overseas missions, the CSSF is supporting projects in fragile and conflict affected states, including Djibouti, Eritrea, Ethiopia, Kenya, Uganda and Tanzania (East Africa). As part of this, the countering radicalisation strand of the programme supports i) developing niche projects to help governments to in the region with their Countering Violent Extremism (CVE) response and ii) initiating pilot projects which will help us understand the challenges better and that can be scaled up where they work well.

The Conflict, Security and Stabilisation Fund (CSSF), East Africa: Call for Proposals is now closed and no further applications will be accepted. Thank you to those who have submitted applications, we will be in touch in due course if your bid is successful, please note that no confirmation emails have been sent.

Due to the high number of applications received it is not possible to respond to individual enquiries, please do not contact the British High Commission Nairobi

Published 14 July 2015