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Call for Proposals _ Strengthening Community Justice in Myanmar

Call for Proposals _ Strengthening Community Justice in Myanmar

Myanmar has multiple formal and informal justice systems and actors, often with overlapping claims to legitimacy. At the community level there are local, traditional, and informal actors who provide justice to most people. A mapping of emerging justice systems commissioned by MyJustice in 2023 demonstrates a high degree of change and flux, with a diverse set of needs and challenges identified in the plural systems across Myanmar. The programme works closely with civil society organisations (CSOs) to ensure that civil society programming and legal awareness are provided in ways that are not only context appropriate but also principled, so that they do not cause harm to communities or undermine their access to justice. MyJustice works with CSOs to design context appropriate interventions in a participatory manner, always keeping in mind how those solutions impact and support the most vulnerable people. The programme design also encourages and expects MyJustice and its partners to periodically monitor implementation, reflect upon results, and make changes to the design, if required, in response to changes in the context or the understanding of the context.

Interested applicants should review the Call for Proposal and Application Guidance:


All applications must be made using the templates provided. Applicants are provided with three templates to complete:


In addition, applicants are encouraged to read MyJustice guidance on gender equality and social inclusion at:

Annex - 2: Grant Terms and Conditions

Proposals must be submitted electronically to: by 10 March 2024, 2300 hrs Yangon time.

MyJustice will accept applications received at any time up to the last date of submission for consideration for CFP. MyJustice reserves the right not to provide any grant.


you have any questions regarding the submission of the proposal, please contact us at until  1700 hrs on or before the following dates: 18 February 2024

Questions will be answered electronically within a maximum 5 days (excluding public holidays) by 1700 hrs.

In response to numerous requests and to accommodate the change in exchange rates, we have decided to extend the deadline for submission to March 17, 2024.