Request for Proposals for the Project “Support to Community Stabilization in the Donbas ” (UA1-2015-094)

Subject: Request for Proposals for the Project “Support to Community Stabilization in the Donbas ” (UA1-2015-094)
Published: 11.03.2015
Status: closed

The International Organization for Migration (hereinafter called IOM) intends to engage qualified non-governmental organizations (NGOs) as Implementing Partners for the project Support to Community Stabilization in the Donbas ”, for which this Request for Proposals (RFP) is issued. The Project is funded by the Government of Japan.  

IOM now invites NGOs to provide a Project and Budget Proposal for the following: «Promotion of self-employment among internally displaced persons in Ukraine on the post-conflict territories[1]» (Donetsk and Luhansk Oblasts).  More details on the activities are provided in the attached Terms of Reference (TOR). Budget of the proposal should be calculated in US dollars.

The Implementing Partners will be selected under the Quality/Cost-Based Selection procedures described in this RFP.

The RFP includes the following documents:

Section I. Instructions for Implementing Partners

Section II-III.   NGO Proposal Form

Section IV. Terms of Reference

Section V. Standard Form of Agreement

Proposals must be delivered by hand or through mail to IOM with office address at IOM Mission in Ukraine, 8 Mykhaylivska Str., 01001, Kyiv, Ukraine before 17:00 17 March 2015. Electronic copy of proposal should be sent to the following e-mail: and No late proposal shall be accepted.

Please, indicate clearly in the subject line of an e-mail and on the envelope with the project proposal the tender number UA1-2015-094 and address the envelope to Valeria Brahileva.

Additional information may be received on +380(44)5685015 (Maksym Osavoliuk) or e-mail: and

IOM reserves the right to accept or reject any proposal and to annul the selection process and reject all Proposals at any time prior to agreement award, without thereby incurring any liability to affected Implementing Partners.

[1] “Post-conflict territories” are territories, communities, and cities that were not under control of Ukrainian authorities in the past, but now Ukrainian authority is restored there.