Call for proposal from UNDP- Building resilience and facilitate restoring of livelihoods amongst rural micro-entrepreneurs to combat COVID 19 in districts of Haryana and Punjab (Deadline- August 28, 2020)

Title: Call for proposal- Building resilience and facilitate restoring of livelihoods amongst rural micro-entrepreneurs to combat COVID 19 in districts of Haryana and Punjab
Organisation: UNDP Country Office - INDIA
Theme: Covid-19, Restoring of livelihoods
Description: UNDP is seeking the services of a technical agency to roll out micro entrepreneurs’ capacity building and resilience program focused around imparting basic digital skills, business management training including production and sales processes and facilitating market linkages in districts of Haryana and Punjab.
Eligibility: Atleast 3 three years of working experience and footprint in micro entrepreneurs’ sector.
- Atleast 2 years of experience in digital enablement of micro entrepreneurs, marketing linkages, establishing forward and backward linkages, business management and setting up enterprises.
- Service Provider s presence (office/staff) in at least one state is mandatory; and presence in both States (Haryana and Punjab) will be preferred.
Grant Amount: Not Specified
Apply by: 28-Aug-20 @ 08:00 AM (New York time)
Weblink: UNDP Website 

 

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