~~ OUR PARTNERS ~~

PARTNERSHIP PROCESS

 

Functional Process (how a project is selected and executed):

 

  • NGOs that are working for the community development in Nepal will submit a project proposal to UNCON. The project proposal should have the following information at the minimum:

 

A brief introduction of the NGO:

- Name, Registration Number, Registration Office.

- Principle Officers of the NGO and a brief introduction of each officer.

- Main objective/purpose of the NGO.

- Activities and achievements of the NGO in the past year.

- Current year goals.

 

Intent of the NGO:

- Why the NGO would like to create or maintain a partner relationship with UNCON?

- What type of support the NOG is seeking from UNCON?

 

Project Plan:

This section primarily describes about the project that the NGO is seeking support of UNCON. The project plan     should have the following information at the minimum:

- Project name.

- Geographic area where the project will be implemented.

- Yearly estimated cost of the project.

- How the community will be benefitted by the project?

- Who will monitor the project and how often?

- Who prepares the project account?

- Summary and conclusions of the project plan

 

  •  Once the project proposal is received, the UNCON Board will review the proposal based on the information provided and will inform its decision to the respective NGO. If the proposal is approved, UNCON will prepare a MOU and will send to the respective NGO for signature by the authorized officer/s of the NGO.

  •  When both parties signs the MOU, it becomes a binding contract to both parties – respective NGO and UNCON. UNCON will support the NGO by directly depositing the funds in the NGO’s bank account in Nepal. In FY 2015 the funding will not exceed NRs 100,000 for each approved projects.

  •  The respective NGO should submit the progress report of its activities, supported by pictures, to UNCON on a bi-yearly basis.

  •  The Board Members of UNCON or its representative in Nepal shall have the rights to inspect or observe the project activities in Nepal.

  •  The project may be continued, based on the accomplishments of the project, in the subsequent years. However, this must be approved by both parties – UNCON and the respective NGO.