Plan Malawi seeks sub-grantees for Global Sanitation Fund work

Date: 11th March 2011

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Plan Malawi, the Executing Agency for WSSCC’s Global Sanitation Fund (GSF) in Malawi, is now inviting suitably qualified firms and organisations to express interest in the role of Sub Grantee (SG) for the GSF grant programme in the country.  

Sub-grantees are the primary agents that implement the programme of activities that have been set out in the Country Programme Proposal funded by the GSF, with the purpose of contributing directly to achieving the objectives of the GSF. 

The $5 million/5 year GSF programme in Malawi will consist of five components. The first, a concentrated effort to decrease open defecation and increase the use of improved sanitation and hygiene in rural areas, will include the empowerment of schools to invest in sustainable sanitation facilities. Promotion of sustainable sanitation technologies is also a feature of the programme.

To learn more about the Expression of Interest, visit the GSF Opportunities page here.  

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