On the project
This project is developed by Innpactia under the Connecting Roads for Rights program, funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID) and implemented by the consortium comprised of Pact, the American Bar Association Rule of Law Initiative (ABA ROLI), Freedom House and Internews.
The USAID Program Connecting Roads for Rights (CCD) supports the transition between humanitarian aid and medium-and long-term development for Venezuelan migrants, returnees and communities. in Colombia. Its objective is to increase community cohesion and citizen security to guarantee the right of all members of society to live free from all forms of crime and violence, regardless of their legal status in the country.
Registration is completely free.
To whom it is addressed
We invite civil society organizations and collectives to work with migrant and Colombian returnees, prioritizing those that need to increase their capacity in project, process and innovation management.
Projects will be selected to successfully complete both the PROJECT CREATOR’s questions and the specific questions of the programme and will be subject to an evaluation process which will determine the possibility of participating in the programme. Absolutely all the applicants will receive feedback because they were selected or not.
At least one CSO or Collective from each department is expected: Atlantic, Antioquia, Valle del Cauca, Santander, Cundinamarca, Norte de Santander, Bolivar and La Guajira.
Steps to apply
- Being enrolled within the Innpactia platform.
- Click on the application button.
- Create your project by answering program questions.
- Look at the program sessions in “Strengthening”.
- Review your Email to be aware of the new information.
- Once the above steps are followed, the application will be complete.
We will prioritize
- Civil Society or Collective organizations that do not have more than 5 years of operation.
- Initiatives other than corporate social responsibility.
- Postulations that are not corporate-led with projects in the regions