Who Become Partner?

Fund Implementation Partners (FIPs) can be government entities, international donors, civil society, and academia, and could include public-private partnership models. Entities seeking financing support from the Fund should first be accredited in order to be eligible to receive support. FIP already accredited by reputed international and national funds will be provided special exemptions to fast track the accreditation process. Each FIP will use the resources transferred by NDRMF and carry out activities in accordance with the contract signed between the FIP and NDRMF.

Our Fund Leverage Ratio

NDRMF will financed project with a leverage ratio of 70% contribution by the fund and 30% contribution by the FIPs or the provincial/regional or local governments.

Get Accredited

Non-Government Entities, the prospective beneficiaries of grants, should accredited for assessment of their respective capacity to implement grants before signing the grant agreement and releasing The Fund’s money. The main objective of the capacity assessment is to only engage with entities that meet the minimum capacity requirements at least and to establish the need for development of a risk mitigation plan before releasing the fund money to address the gaps. The accreditation criteria will applied to all nongovernment grantees’ or Fund implementation partners (FIP) before receiving their proposals. For public sector entities and statutory authorities that follow standard government rules, a tailored risk evaluation will be undertaken in tandem with their proposal evaluation.

The broad areas to be assessed during the accreditation includes the following:

  • Organizational structure;
  • Regulatory and legal regime under which the organization is established and functions
  • Internal control, books/record keeping, accounting and auditing systems, and review three year financial record/audit of the entity;
  • Quality control mechanism and practices (safeguards, monitoring etc.); and
  • Procurement system and processes, including transparency of the procurement process including segregation of procurement responsibilities.

Accreditation Process

The NDRMF has established an accreditation mechanism for assessment of a recipient’s capacity to implement grants before signing the grant agreement and releasing NDRMF money. The NDRMF through its constituted Technical Assessment Committee (TAC) will carried out the accreditation of the organizations during the phase of pre-qualification.

Accreditation Criteria

The accreditation criteria will be applied to all non-government grantees’ or Fund implementation partners (FIP) before receiving their proposals. For public sector entities and statutory authorities that follow standard government rules a tailored risk evaluation will be undertaken in tandem with their proposal evaluation. Detail step wise accreditation and risk assessment tools and methodology is given in attachment below;

 

List of the Accredited Organization

 

No Name Type Accreditation Date
UN Agency
INGO
NGO
Academia
Research Institute (etc.)

Projects to be funded

Potential Projects for Phase 1

Sr. # Potential Project NDRMF Thematic Area Relationship with NDMP/NFPP IV

Potential Projects for Phase 2

Sr. # Potential Project NDRMF Thematic Area Relationship with NDMP/NFPP IV

Potential Projects for Phase 3

Sr. # Potential Project NDRMF Thematic Area Relationship with NDMP/NFPP IV