HOPES-LEB Call for Proposals to Support Short-Term Education Training and Capacity Building Projects

The project HOPES-LEB (Higher and Further Education Opportunities and Perspectives for Syrians and vulnerable youth in Lebanon), funded by the European Union, through the EU Regional Trust Fund in response to the Syrian Crisis, the ‘EU Madad Fund’ and implemented by the German Academic Exchange Service (DAAD), Campus France and Nuffic, is pleased to announce the opening of the first round of the HOPES-LEB Call for Proposals to support short-term education training and capacity building projects implemented by local institutions registered in Lebanon.

Through the Call for Proposals, the HOPES-LEB project invites oranisations registered in Lebanon to submit tailor-made project proposals that address the specific needs of vulnerable Lebanese youth and refugees from Syria and alleviate bottlenecks related to access to and completion of higher and further education and labour market integration. The focus will be on developing institutional capacity for supporting beneficiaries with the completion of their education, preventing dropout and better preparing them for the labour market (local, regional and international opportunities). 

General information:

  • Proposals should come from organisations and institutions officially registered in Lebanon 
  • All projects can request funds for their actions ranging from €10,000 to €60,000
  • The maximum duration of projects should not exceed 18 months


How to apply

Institutions have to apply for the call by December 15, 2020 (15:00 GMT+2) by downloading the necessary application form and documents from the HOPES-LEB website http://www.hopes-madad.org/the-hopes-leb-call-for-proposals/#:~:text=Thr...

Incomplete submissions or submissions received after the deadline will not be taken into consideration.

For further inquiries about the HOPES-LEB Call for Proposals, please contact us by e-mail on [email protected]


Tuesday, 15. Dec 2020
Type of Call
Call for Proposals
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