Current Funding Priorities:
(a) PRM will consider funding only those projects that include a target beneficiary base of at least 50 percent non-Syrian refugees and asylum seekers, including Afghans and/or Iraqis, among others.
Proposals are encouraged to incorporate efforts to increase the
capacity of national actors to respond to the needs of refugees and displaced populations.
(b) Proposals must focus on Protection (see PRM's General NGO Guidelines for sector descriptions), including but not limited to the following activities:(i) Information dissemination to beneficiaries and service providers on non-Syrian refugee and asylum seeker rights, benefits, and responsibilities; (ii) Case management services to strengthen and/or facilitate access of vulnerable refugees and asylum seekers to registration, health care, education, shelter, translation services, legal counseling, and work permits or job placements;(iii) Child protection interventions and/or psychosocial support services; and/or (iv) Basic needs assistance for new arrivals or especially vulnerable individuals and families, including persons with disabilities, LGBTI individuals, and survivors of gender-based violence, among others.