10YFP Sustainable Lifestyles and Education Programme
with the support of the Government of Japan
Issued: 10th April, 2017
Closing date: 8th May 2017, 23:59h Central European Time (CET)
The Sustainable Lifestyles and Education (SLE) Programme is a global multi-stakeholder initiative, with the goal to accelerate the shift towards more sustainable lifestyles and education. The programme was launched in November 2014, as a multi-stakeholder programme to promote sustainable lifestyles and education. It is being co-led by the Ministry of the Environment of Japan, the Government of Sweden, and WWF, with the support of a 22 member Multi-stakeholder Advisory Committee (MAC). Furthermore, the SLE Programme currently has over 80 partners around the globe from all stakeholder groups.
Theme of the Call for proposals: “Reduction of CO2 emission arising from household consumption of energy, food, or mobility through innovative multi-stakeholder partnerships”.
The SLE programme looks for projects that are aligned with the Sustainable Development Goals of the 2030 Agenda for Sustainable Development, in particular SDGs 12 as well as targets of other SDGs that are of relevance to sustainable lifestyles and education. Priority will be given to project proposals that demonstrate that they respond to country and/or local needs and contribute to the objectives of the 10YFP.
The projects contributing to the three working areas of the SLE Programme will be considered.
In addition, a successful project will address a core problem related to sustainable lifestyles, and have the potential for upscaling and/or transfer to other national/regional contexts. Preference will be given to high quality proposals that involve multiple actors from different stakeholder groups.
Eligible applicants: Applicant should be an actor of the 10YFP Sustainable Lifestyles and Education Programme (Programme partners, MAC members and Co-Leads), or should commit to become a Programme partner. However, only applicants with headquarters in developing countries and countries with economies in transition are invited to submit proposals in response to this call. An executing agency can optionally be designated by the applicant to implement the project.
Please note that private sector organizations are not eligible to act as applicants or executing agencies and to receive funds from the 10YFP Trust Fund. They are, however, welcome to contribute and be partners to project activities.
Available funds: up to US$ 700,000 to support up to 2 project proposals. The expected size of Projects is US$ 300,000 – 350,000
Duration of projects: Minimum duration 1 year, maximum duration 2 years
The selection process is divided in two stages:
Submission of application form (cover page and concept note)
For selected applicants only: submission of full proposals.
Applicants are invited to read the detailed 10YFP Trust Fund Call for proposal guidelines for applicants before filling out the application form. Submitted proposals that do not comply with the guidelines will be considered ineligible.
- Guidelines for applicants
- Application form (pdf)
- Brochure of the SLE programme
- Matrix with evaluation criteria
- 10YFP M&E framework
- Template of full project proposal (for reference only)
- Template for the nomination of executing agency (for reference only)
Please note that it is not possible to save the incomplete application form.
Proposals that do not comply with the guidelines for this call and submitted after the stipulated deadline will be considered ineligible.