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Organisations may apply to become a Qualified Implementing Partner of AFNS.

How to apply

New applicant organisations must first register an account on our Opportunities Portal. Just click on the 'Apply' button below to start the process. Once you have registered on the Portal select the 'Open Opportunities' menu to find the 'Application for Partnership Q4 2023' opportunity and follow the instructions.

If you have registered an account on the Portal previously, but did not submit an application, remember that your User Name will be the same as your email address. If you are unable to log in, please select Forgot Password and you will receive an email with a link and instructions on how to reset your password. Note that your account will be locked after 3 failed attempts. If you need technical support, please email

If you have previously submitted an application for partnership with AFNS, please do not submit another application. All previous submissions have been or will be processed.

If you have any general questions about applying for partnership with AFNS, please contact

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Becoming an implementing partner

NGOs can become a Qualified Implementing Partners through a four-stage application process:

Stage 1: Eligibility
Stage 2
: Due diligence
Stage 3
: Capacity assessment
Stage 4
: Framework agreement

Having signed a Partner Framework Agreement does not, however, guarantee that the partner will receive awards through AFNS allocations.


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At AFNS, we are committed to the protection of affected populations, regardless of their age, gender identity, disability, and other minorities and backgrounds. Unfortunately, harm caused by humanitarian interventions can sometimes result from various factors, including abuse perpetrated by staff, unsafe programmes and operations, and unsafe communication and media. We take these issues seriously and work to prevent and address them through our policies and practices according to the following four pillars: Awareness; Prevention; Reporting; and Response.

If you have witnessed or been subject to harm perpetrated by AFNS or partner staff or programmes, please contact us at our confidential safeguarding email address ( or hotline (+90 536 775 0580).

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