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UK Integrated Security Fund: supporting women, peace and security in Iraq


A core component of the new programme will be delivered through a grant-stream approach. This will be managed by an experienced non-governmental organisation (British Embassy Baghdad invites bids for a programme that can support and strengthen grassroots and women-led civil society organisations (Women Peace and Security UNSCR 1325 in 2000. The objective of the resolution is to promote and fulfil women’s human rights and achieve gender equality, as part of efforts to build more peaceful and stable societies for all.

In 2021, British Embassy Baghdad established the successful Women’s Voices First programme, which runs until May 2024. With this call for bids, the embassy aims to build on the success of Women’s Voices First and increase the support (technical and financial) to women’s organisations across Iraq, in the Federal and Kurdistan regions.

The UK’s fifth WPS National Action Plan (NAP) 2023 to 2027 outlines our approach to implementing UNSCR 1325 and its associated resolutions. The UK’s Preventing Sexual Violence in Conflict Initiative Strategy (a subset of the UK’s International women and girls strategy.

Email BaghdadCSSF.CallForBids@fco.gov.uk if you have questions about this opportunity.

The strategic outcomes of the 2023 to 2027 UK UK Integrated Security Fund (UKISF).


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