We are calling on non-government organizations and academic or research institutions that have the capacity to carry on the implementation of a subnational EITI in their locality. Grantees are expected to conduct a scoping study on the area where the subnational EITI is to be implemented and to establish an interim multi-stakeholder group that will drive the implementation of the said initiative.
To know more about this grant, you may download the Program Description.
You may download the budget template and the application template here.
Accomplished forms are to be submitted to email@example.com with the subject: RFA2_SubnationalEITI.
We are calling on non-government organizations, academic or research institutions, or a partnership of these organizations who are qualified to (1) assess the current system of royalty payments between IP groups and mining firms, (2) develop a model contract that can serve as the basis of future negotiations, and (3) to disseminate the findings at the provincial or regional level. This program is aimed at promoting transparency in the negotiations and implementation of contracts/memorandum of agreements (MoAs) between mining firms and IP groups.
To know more, download program description below.
Download Request for Application, Program Description
To apply, download the following documents:
Download FPI Grant Application Template
Download FPI Proposal Budget Template
Accomplished forms are to be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject: RFA1_IP.
The Green Thumb Coalition (GTC), of which Bantay Kita is a member, organized a local election sortie held at the Antique State University last March 9, 2016.
Bantay Kita presented as panelist in the recently concluded Philippine Open Government Partnership Summit held at the Dusit Hotel in Makati last March 3-4, 2016. The summit’s theme this year was “Strengthening Strategic Local Government, Civil Society and Academe Partnerships towards Meaningful Devolution and Participation”.