Call for Proposals to Address GBV through Promising Practices and Community-based Research: After you apply
We are no longer accepting applications for this call for proposals. The deadline for applications was February 8, 2023, at 12:00 p.m. (noon) Pacific time.
- 1. About this call for proposals
- 2. Stream 1 - Promising Practices - Eligibility
- 3. Stream 1 - Promising Practices - How to develop your application
- 4. Stream 2 - Community-based Research - Eligibility
- 5. Stream 2 - Community-based Research - How to develop your application
- 6. Apply
- 7. After you apply
- 8. Virtual information session
- 9. Glossary
- Contact us
7. After you apply
Once you submit your application through ONAIS, the system will send an email to the account owner. Consider this the confirmation of receipt of your application. Some email servers may classify our email as spam. To prevent this, add the following email address to your contacts: CFC.Demandes.financement-funding.applications.SWC@cfc-swc.gc.ca.
The Department may not approve all eligible applications. There is a limit to the amount of funding available. It is also dependent on the Department’s annual budget and decisions by Parliament.
We expect decisions on applications in summer 2023. We will communicate all decisions (approval or rejection) by email. The Minister for Women and Gender Equality makes all funding decisions. Decisions on the assessment of applications are final and there is no appeal process.
If the Minister approves your project, a program officer will contact you for next steps. You must wait to sign an agreement with the Department before you can begin activities.
The Minister may announce funded projects. You must not make public announcements until the Department gives the go ahead.
All approved projects include reports to show progress. A funding agreement will outline the type and frequency of reporting required.
All approved projects include a final report. A funding agreement will outline when the final report is due.
Quality reports submitted on time show good management. They also increase the probability of future WAGE funding.
Project Results and Impacts
The Department will collect and share information on funded projects. This information is an important part of our reporting to Canadians. WAGE will work with recipients to collect data for program evaluations and audits.
Through regular project reporting (at least once a year), we will track data on:
- Progress on the project
- Methods used
- Who and how many benefited from the project
- Results and impact
- Promising practices
- The project identified gaps in service provision for at-risk groups.
- The project developed and put in place promising practices that meet the needs of at-risk groups.
- The GBV sector has access to promising practices and lessons learned.
- The GBV sector has integrated the promising practices in support of at-risk groups.
- Community-based Research
- The project engaged at-risk groups.
- The project created knowledge and shared it.
- Stakeholders use evidence, programs, and supports related to GBV created by the project.
- Stakeholders use knowledge on GBV created by research projects for policy and decision making.
- Promising practices
We will use this information to report on how this call for proposals is helping Canadians. It will assist the Department in making decisions about its programs. It will also showcase the work of funded organizations.
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