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SAFARICOM FOUNDATION: REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR EDUCATION PROJECTS

The Safaricom Foundation (The Foundation) is an independent body and duly established as a charity in Kenya on 14th August 2003. The Foundation is funded by Safaricom Limited and the Vodafone Group Foundation. The work of The Foundation is expressed by the Foundation’s motto ‘Building communities; Transforming lives’. The Foundation provides a formal process for Safaricom Limited, Vodafone Group Foundation, Safaricom staff and third parties (in the form of pass on grants) to make charitable contributions to NGOs, CBOs and communities in Kenya, making social investments that help the people of Kenya to have fuller lives as part of Safaricom Limited’s corporate social investment mandate.

Safaricom Foundation is seeking for proposals for education projects. The project outcomes should address one or more of the following key elements:

  • To increase access to educational opportunities for children with disabilities
  • To increase access to educational opportunities for children from nomadic pastoralist communities
  • To increase access to ICT education for both teachers and students
  • To improve both teacher and student competencies in literacy and numeracy (particularly mathematics)

The key indicators required to measure progress for each outcome include:

  • Gross enrolment rates amongst children with disabilities
  • Number of children from nomadic pastoralist communities with access to education
  • Gross enrolment rates amongst children from nomadic pastoralist communities
  • Number of children with disabilities with access to education
  • Average ratio of students to classrooms
  • Latrines and water facilities constructed
  • Number of classrooms constructed or rehabilitated
  • Number of schools meeting a specified adequate ratio of students to classrooms
  • Number of schools meeting adequate student/latrine ratio by gender
  • Percentage of schools meeting nationally defined standards for infrastructure provision
  • Percentage of schools with improved access to drinking water
  • Number of children with special needs enrolled in schools as a result of the SF supported projects
  • Transition rate from pre-primary to primary by gender (with GPI)
  • Transition rates primary to secondary by gender (with GPI)
  • Number of schools benefitting from textbooks purchased and distributed
  • Pupil: textbook ratio per school supported
  • Number of teachers trained in using ICT for education
  • Number of students trained in ICT
  • Number of teachers trained in basic literacy and numeracy skills
  • Number of students educated in basic literacy and numeracy skills
  • Basic literacy rates amongst grade two students
  • Basic numeracy rates amongst grade two students
  • Basic numeracy rates amongst teachers
  • Basic literacy rates amongst learners
  • Primary school completion rates amongst nomadic pastoralist communities
  • Primary school completion rates amongst children with disabilities
  • ICT competency rates amongst teachers
  • ICT competency rates amongst learners

APPLICATION PROCESS

Please follow these instructions carefully when submitting your proposal to the Safaricom Foundation. Note: All communication with the Foundation should be in English.

Step 1: READ the Proposal Application Guidelines

The Application Guidelines explain the requirements that should be met in order for a proposal to be considered to be responsive. It includes a description of the project eligibility and the thematic areas, project activities that the Foundation does not fund as well as the allowable and disallowable costs.

Step 2: Complete the Proposal Application Form

The Proposal Application Form includes questions regarding the project, problem statement, objectives, beneficiaries, indicators, implementation and management plan, sustainability, monitoring and evaluation, information dissemination, work plan and budget of your project. You must complete the online proposal application form. At this stage we are not requesting any additional attachments or information (videos, books, program materials, etc.). The Safaricom Foundation may however, request for additional information once your proposal has been approved.

Step 3: SubmiSSION DEADLINE

The deadline for this Request for Proposal is [Date/Month/Year] at [time]. Applications received after this deadline will not be considered.

Proposal Evaluation Process

Once you have submitted your proposal, you will receive a confirmation. Your proposal will be reviewed and you should receive a decision within eight weeks of receipt of your application. Safaricom Foundation proposals are reviewed on a monthly basis.

SAFARICOM FOUNDATION: REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR HEALTH PROJECTS

The Safaricom Foundation (The Foundation) is an independent body and duly established as a charity in Kenya on 14th August 2003. The Foundation is funded by Safaricom Limited and the Vodafone Group Foundation. The work of The Foundation is expressed by the Foundation's motto 'Building communities; Transforming lives'. The Foundation provides a formal process for Safaricom Limited, Vodafone Group Foundation, Safaricom staff and third parties (in the form of pass on grants) to make charitable contributions to NGOs, CBOs and communities in Kenya, making social investments that help the people of Kenya to have fuller lives as part of Safaricom Limited's corporate social investment mandate.

Safaricom Foundation is seeking for proposals for health projects. The project outcomes should address one or more of the following key elements:

  • Ensure that mothers and infants survive and stay healthy during childbirth and early childhood, when services are most lacking and the majority of deaths occur
  • Increase access to health screening and treatment for chronic diseases of lifestyles

The key indicators required to measure progress for each outcome include:

  • Proportion of births attended by skilled health personnel
  • Number and percentage of live births attended by a skilled health professional
  • Births occurred in health facilities (Percentage, by income group etc)
  • Women attended at least one and four times for antenatal care during pregnancy (Percentage, by income)
  • Number and distribution of health facilities equipped to provide quality with capacity to offer maternal and child health care (Ex delivery services)
  • Number of 1 year-old children accessing basic vaccines
  • Number of people screened for chronic diseases of lifestyle
  • Number of people treated for chronic diseases of lifestyle
  • Number of unique cases followed to conclusion post medical camps
  • Number and percent of mothers and babies provided with postnatal care within 2 days of birth
  • Number of women who received postnatal care within two days of childbirth
  • Number of babies who received postnatal care within two days of childbirth
  • Neonatal mortality rates
  • Infant mortality rates
  • Maternal mortality rates
  • Number of individuals trained to provide Antenatal Care (ANC) services

Safaricom Foundation does not fund HIV/AIDS prevention, care and treatment activities.

APPLICATION PROCESS

Please follow these instructions carefully when submitting your proposal to the Safaricom Foundation. Note: All communication with the Foundation should be in English.

Step 1: READ the Proposal Application Guidelines

The Application Guidelines explain the requirements that should be met in order for a proposal to be considered to be responsive. It includes a description of the project eligibility and the thematic areas, project activities that the Foundation does not fund as well as the allowable and disallowable costs.

Step 2: Complete the Proposal Application Form

The Proposal Application Form includes questions regarding the project, problem statement, objectives, beneficiaries, indicators, implementation and management plan, sustainability, monitoring and evaluation, information dissemination, work plan and budget of your project. You must complete the online proposal application form. At this stage we are not requesting any additional attachments or information (videos, books, program materials, etc.). The Safaricom Foundation may however, request for additional information once your proposal has been approved.

Step 3: SubmiSSION DEADLINE

The deadline for this Request for Proposal is [Date/Month/Year] at [time]. Applications received after this deadline will not be considered.

Proposal Evaluation Process

Once you have submitted your proposal, you will receive a confirmation. Your proposal will be reviewed and you should receive a decision within eight weeks of receipt of your application. Safaricom Foundation proposals are reviewed on a monthly basis.

SAFARICOM FOUNDATION: REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR ECONOMIC EMPOWERMENT PROJECTS

The Safaricom Foundation (The Foundation) is an independent body and duly established as a charity in Kenya on 14th August 2003. The Foundation is funded by Safaricom Limited and the Vodafone Group Foundation. The work of The Foundation is expressed by the Foundation's motto 'Building communities; Transforming lives'. The Foundation provides a formal process for Safaricom Limited, Vodafone Group Foundation, Safaricom staff and third parties (in the form of pass on grants) to make charitable contributions to NGOs, CBOs and communities in Kenya, making social investments that help the people of Kenya to have fuller lives as part of Safaricom Limited's corporate social investment mandate.

Safaricom Foundation is seeking for proposals for economic empowerment projects. The project outcomes should address one or more of the following key elements:

  • Support the establishment of micro and small scale social enterprises that have social impact and create jobs
  • Increase access to entrepreneurship education and financial literacy for young people

The key indicators required to measure progress for each outcome include:

  • Number of groups (youth and women) provided with loans towards micro and small scale enterprises
  • Number of micro and small scale enterprise established
  • Number of jobs created through micro and small scale enterprises
  • Number of young people provided entrepreneurship education
  • Number of young people trained in financial literacy
  • Percentage of groups recording increase in income from the supported micro and small scale social enterprises

APPLICATION PROCESS

Please follow these instructions carefully when submitting your proposal to the Safaricom Foundation. Note: All communication with the Foundation should be in English.

Step 1: READ the Proposal Application Guidelines

The Application Guidelines explain the requirements that should be met in order for a proposal to be considered to be responsive. It includes a description of the project eligibility and the thematic areas, project activities that the Foundation does not fund as well as the allowable and disallowable costs.

Step 2: Complete the Proposal Application Form

The Proposal Application Form includes questions regarding the project, problem statement, objectives, beneficiaries, indicators, implementation and management plan, sustainability, monitoring and evaluation, information dissemination, work plan and budget of your project. You must complete the online proposal application form. At this stage we are not requesting any additional attachments or information (videos, books, program materials, etc.). The Safaricom Foundation may however, request for additional information once your proposal has been approved.

Step 3: SubmiSSION DEADLINE

The deadline for this Request for Proposal is [Date/Month/Year] at [time]. Applications received after this deadline will not be considered.

Proposal Evaluation Process

Once you have submitted your proposal, you will receive a confirmation. Your proposal will be reviewed and you should receive a decision within eight weeks of receipt of your application. Safaricom Foundation proposals are reviewed on a monthly basis.

SAFARICOM FOUNDATION: REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR ENVIRONMENTAL CONSERVATION PROJECTS

The Safaricom Foundation (The Foundation) is an independent body and duly established as a charity in Kenya on 14th August 2003. The Foundation is funded by Safaricom Limited and the Vodafone Group Foundation. The work of The Foundation is expressed by the Foundation's motto 'Building communities; Transforming lives'. The Foundation provides a formal process for Safaricom Limited, Vodafone Group Foundation, Safaricom staff and third parties (in the form of pass on grants) to make charitable contributions to NGOs, CBOs and communities in Kenya, making social investments that help the people of Kenya to have fuller lives as part of Safaricom Limited's corporate social investment mandate.

Safaricom Foundation is seeking for proposals for environmental conservation projects. The project outcomes should address one or more of the following key elements:

  • Preserve and protected at least one endangered water tower
  • Protect and restore endangered wildlife and their habitats

The key indicators required to measure progress for each outcome include:

  • Number of hectares of forest which is protected from encroachment
  • Number of hectares of water tower where afforestation has taken place
  • Number of hectares of water tower where deforestation has been avoided
  • Percent reduction in death rate due to poaching (per endangered wildlife animal)
  • Number of hectares of wildlife habitats protected from poaching
  • Percentage of households getting income from forest-related activities / employment in forest-related activities

APPLICATION PROCESS

Please follow these instructions carefully when submitting your proposal to the Safaricom Foundation. Note: All communication with the Foundation should be in English.

Step 1: READ the Proposal Application Guidelines

The Application Guidelines explain the requirements that should be met in order for a proposal to be considered to be responsive. It includes a description of the project eligibility and the thematic areas, project activities that the Foundation does not fund as well as the allowable and disallowable costs.

Step 2: Complete the Proposal Application Form

The Proposal Application Form includes questions regarding the project, problem statement, objectives, beneficiaries, indicators, implementation and management plan, sustainability, monitoring and evaluation, information dissemination, work plan and budget of your project. You must complete the online proposal application form. At this stage we are not requesting any additional attachments or information (videos, books, program materials, etc.). The Safaricom Foundation may however, request for additional information once your proposal has been approved.

Step 3: SubmiSSION DEADLINE

The deadline for this Request for Proposal is [Date/Month/Year] at [time]. Applications received after this deadline will not be considered.

Proposal Evaluation Process

Once you have submitted your proposal, you will receive a confirmation. Your proposal will be reviewed and you should receive a decision within eight weeks of receipt of your application. Safaricom Foundation proposals are reviewed on a monthly basis.

SAFARICOM FOUNDATION: REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR WATER PROJECTS

The Safaricom Foundation (The Foundation) is an independent body and duly established as a charity in Kenya on 14th August 2003. The Foundation is funded by Safaricom Limited and the Vodafone Group Foundation. The work of The Foundation is expressed by the Foundation's motto 'Building communities; Transforming lives'. The Foundation provides a formal process for Safaricom Limited, Vodafone Group Foundation, Safaricom staff and third parties (in the form of pass on grants) to make charitable contributions to NGOs, CBOs and communities in Kenya, making social investments that help the people of Kenya to have fuller lives as part of Safaricom Limited's corporate social investment mandate.

Safaricom Foundation is seeking for proposals for water projects. The project outcomes should address the following key element:

  • Increase access to water in communities that are classified as water insecure

The key indicators required to measure progress for the above outcome would be:

  • Percentage of women with access to water for irrigation
  • Proportion of people with an access to safe water within source less than 30 minutes (or 1 km) away.
  • Percentage of hospitals/health care facilities with a safe water supply
  • Percentage of schools with safe water supply

APPLICATION PROCESS

Please follow these instructions carefully when submitting your proposal to the Safaricom Foundation. Note: All communication with the Foundation should be in English.

Step 1: READ the Proposal Application Guidelines

The Application Guidelines explain the requirements that should be met in order for a proposal to be considered to be responsive. It includes a description of the project eligibility and the thematic areas, project activities that the Foundation does not fund as well as the allowable and disallowable costs.

Step 2: Complete the Proposal Application Form

The Proposal Application Form includes questions regarding the project, problem statement, objectives, beneficiaries, indicators, implementation and management plan, sustainability, monitoring and evaluation, information dissemination, work plan and budget of your project. You must complete the online proposal application form. At this stage we are not requesting any additional attachments or information (videos, books, program materials, etc.). The Safaricom Foundation may however, request for additional information once your proposal has been approved.

Step 3: SubmiSSION DEADLINE

The deadline for this Request for Proposal is [Date/Month/Year] at [time]. Applications received after this deadline will not be considered.

Proposal Evaluation Process

Once you have submitted your proposal, you will receive a confirmation. Your proposal will be reviewed and you should receive a decision within eight weeks of receipt of your application. Safaricom Foundation proposals are reviewed on a monthly basis.

SAFARICOM FOUNDATION: REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR ARTS AND CULTURE PROJECTS

The Safaricom Foundation (The Foundation) is an independent body and duly established as a charity in Kenya on 14th August 2003. The Foundation is funded by Safaricom Limited and the Vodafone Group Foundation. The work of The Foundation is expressed by the Foundation's motto 'Building communities; Transforming lives'. The Foundation provides a formal process for Safaricom Limited, Vodafone Group Foundation, Safaricom staff and third parties (in the form of pass on grants) to make charitable contributions to NGOs, CBOs and communities in Kenya, making social investments that help the people of Kenya to have fuller lives as part of Safaricom Limited's corporate social investment mandate.

Safaricom Foundation is seeking for proposals for arts and culture projects. The project outcomes should address the following key element:

  • Identify, protect, preserve and enhance Kenya's arts and cultural heritage

The key indicator required to measure progress for the above outcome would be:

  • Number of initiatives to identify, protect and preserve Kenya' arts and culture supported

APPLICATION PROCESS

Please follow these instructions carefully when submitting your proposal to the Safaricom Foundation. Note: All communication with the Foundation should be in English.

Step 1: READ the Proposal Application Guidelines

The Application Guidelines explain the requirements that should be met in order for a proposal to be considered to be responsive. It includes a description of the project eligibility and the thematic areas, project activities that the Foundation does not fund as well as the allowable and disallowable costs.

Step 2: Complete the Proposal Application Form

The Proposal Application Form includes questions regarding the project, problem statement, objectives, beneficiaries, indicators, implementation and management plan, sustainability, monitoring and evaluation, information dissemination, work plan and budget of your project. You must complete the online proposal application form. At this stage we are not requesting any additional attachments or information (videos, books, program materials, etc.). The Safaricom Foundation may however, request for additional information once your proposal has been approved.

Step 3: SubmiSSION DEADLINE

The deadline for this Request for Proposal is [Date/Month/Year] at [time]. Applications received after this deadline will not be considered.

Proposal Evaluation Process

Once you have submitted your proposal, you will receive a confirmation. Your proposal will be reviewed and you should receive a decision within eight weeks of receipt of your application. Safaricom Foundation proposals are reviewed on a monthly basis.

SAFARICOM FOUNDATION: REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR TECHNOLOGY PROJECTS

The Safaricom Foundation (The Foundation) is an independent body and duly established as a charity in Kenya on 14th August 2003. The Foundation is funded by Safaricom Limited and the Vodafone Group Foundation. The work of The Foundation is expressed by the Foundation's motto 'Building communities; Transforming lives'. The Foundation provides a formal process for Safaricom Limited, Vodafone Group Foundation, Safaricom staff and third parties (in the form of pass on grants) to make charitable contributions to NGOs, CBOs and communities in Kenya, making social investments that help the people of Kenya to have fuller lives as part of Safaricom Limited's corporate social investment mandate.

Safaricom Foundation is seeking for proposals for projects relating to technology for development. The project outcomes should address the following key element:

  • Support the development and deployment of technology solutions that achieve social impact

The key indicators required to measure progress for the above outcome would be according to the two indicators stated below and also indicators that relate to technology in the other thematic areas (see specific thematic area in the application guideline).

  • Number of technology solutions developed
  • Estimated number of people benefiting from use of technology solutions

APPLICATION PROCESS

Please follow these instructions carefully when submitting your proposal to the Safaricom Foundation. Note: All communication with the Foundation should be in English.

Step 1: READ the Proposal Application Guidelines

The Application Guidelines explain the requirements that should be met in order for a proposal to be considered to be responsive. It includes a description of the project eligibility and the thematic areas, project activities that the Foundation does not fund as well as the allowable and disallowable costs.

Step 2: Complete the Proposal Application Form

The Proposal Application Form includes questions regarding the project, problem statement, objectives, beneficiaries, indicators, implementation and management plan, sustainability, monitoring and evaluation, information dissemination, work plan and budget of your project. You must complete the online proposal application form. At this stage we are not requesting any additional attachments or information (videos, books, program materials, etc.). The Safaricom Foundation may however, request for additional information once your proposal has been approved.

Step 3: SubmiSSION DEADLINE

The deadline for this Request for Proposal is [Date/Month/Year] at [time]. Applications received after this deadline will not be considered.

Proposal Evaluation Process

Once you have submitted your proposal, you will receive a confirmation. Your proposal will be reviewed and you should receive a decision within eight weeks of receipt of your application. Safaricom Foundation proposals are reviewed on a monthly basis.

SAFARICOM FOUNDATION: REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL FOR DISASTER RELIEF PROJECTS

The Safaricom Foundation (The Foundation) is an independent body and duly established as a charity in Kenya on 14th August 2003. The Foundation is funded by Safaricom Limited and the Vodafone Group Foundation. The work of The Foundation is expressed by the Foundation's motto 'Building communities; Transforming lives'. The Foundation provides a formal process for Safaricom Limited, Vodafone Group Foundation, Safaricom staff and third parties (in the form of pass on grants) to make charitable contributions to NGOs, CBOs and communities in Kenya, making social investments that help the people of Kenya to have fuller lives as part of Safaricom Limited's corporate social investment mandate.

Safaricom Foundation is seeking for proposals for disaster relief. The project outcomes should address the following key element:

  • Saving lives and alleviating suffering while targeting the most vulnerable people as well as communities' preparedness for disasters and quick recovery after an emergency.

The key indicators required to measure progress for the above outcome would be:

  • Number of people benefitting from disaster and emergency relief efforts supported by the foundation
  • Number of times the Instant network is deployed to support emergency interventions
  • Number of interventions targeted towards emergency/disaster response (floods, fires, droughts etc)

APPLICATION PROCESS

Please follow these instructions carefully when submitting your proposal to the Safaricom Foundation. Note: All communication with the Foundation should be in English.

Step 1: READ the Proposal Application Guidelines

The Application Guidelines explain the requirements that should be met in order for a proposal to be considered to be responsive. It includes a description of the project eligibility and the thematic areas, project activities that the Foundation does not fund as well as the allowable and disallowable costs.

Step 2: Complete the Proposal Application Form

The Proposal Application Form includes questions regarding the project, problem statement, objectives, beneficiaries, indicators, implementation and management plan, sustainability, monitoring and evaluation, information dissemination, work plan and budget of your project. You must complete the online proposal application form. At this stage we are not requesting any additional attachments or information (videos, books, program materials, etc.). The Safaricom Foundation may however, request for additional information once your proposal has been approved.

Step 3: SubmiSSION DEADLINE

The deadline for this Request for Proposal is [Date/Month/Year] at [time]. Applications received after this deadline will not be considered.

Proposal Evaluation Process

Once you have submitted your proposal, you will receive a confirmation. Your proposal will be reviewed and you should receive a decision within eight weeks of receipt of your application. Safaricom Foundation proposals are reviewed on a monthly basis.