Terms of Reference for the Feasibility Study: Strengthen the self-determination, (re-)integration and social cohesion of IDPs, migrant returnees and

Country: Ethiopia
Organization: Plan International
Closing date: 9 Mar 2021

The overall aim of the project is to Strengthen the self-determination, (re-)integration, and social cohesion of IDPs, migrant returnees, and host community members, especially girls and young women by promoting economic opportunities and access to SRHR services in the Amhara Region, Ethiopia

*The project focuses on two specific objectives:

· Improved access to employment and self-employment opportunities for IDPs, returnees, and host community members in the Amhara region

· Improved access to and quality of SRHR services for IDPs, returnees, and host community members in the targeted areas

In detail, the project aims to achieve the following:

· Adolescent youth (IDPs, migrant returnees, and host community) generate income from newly acquired (self-) employment as a result of improved market-based skills following vocational and entrepreneurial training

· Adolescent youth (IDPs, migrant returnees, and host community) have improved access to information on employment opportunities through One-Stop Job Centers

· Adolescent girls and youth (IDPs, migrant returnees, and host community) have enhanced knowledge on their rights and improved skills to adopt healthy practices regarding their Sexual Reproductive Health Rights (SRHR)

· Adolescent girls and youth (IDPs, migrant returnees, and host community) benefit from an enabling environment including parents, caregivers, community members, and service providers that promote their SRHR

· Civil Society is strengthened to advocate for SRHR on local, national, and regional levels

How to apply:

PLAN INTERNATIONAL ETHIOPIA

CALL FOR CONSULTANCY

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Bid No. PIE/PRM/23/2021

Plan International Ethiopia is an international, humanitarian, child focused development organization without any religious, political or governmental affiliations it strives to achieve lasting improvements in the quality of life of deprived children through a process that unites people across cultures and adds meaning and value to their lives. To realize this, Plan has been using its guiding theoretical approach called Child – centred Community Development (CCCD). Plan International Ethiopia has been operating in Ethiopia since 1995.

Plan International Ethiopia is seeking for competent and reliable consultants to conduct Feasibility Study: Strengthen the self-determination, (re-)integration and social cohesion of IDPs, migrant returnees and host community members, especially girls and young women by promoting economic opportunities and access to SRHR services in Amhara Region, Ethiopia.

Mandatory Requirement

  1. Copy of Renewed & Relevant business license

  2. Technical & Financial Proposal

  3. Tenders submitted after the deadline will be automatically rejected.

  4. Plan International Ethiopia reserves the right to reject all or part of the bids.

  5. Bidders who did not obtain the Bidding Document (TOR) directly from Plan International Ethiopia (PIE) will be rejected during evaluation

  6. Bid instruction documents and TOR can be obtained from Plan International Ethiopia, Country Office in hardcopy OR communicate the focal person with this mail Address: Tesfaye.Tsegaye@plan-international.org

Date for tender document collection

From February 15,2021 to March 8,2021

Time for collecting tender documents

8:30 a.m. - 5:00p.m. Monday to Friday

Tender document collection deadline

March 8,2021 5:00 p.m

Tender document submission deadline

March 9, 2021 2:00 p.m. (afternoon)

Tender public opening

March 10, 2021 2:30 p.m. (afternoon)

Address:

Plan International Ethiopia | Country Office

Logistics and Admin Department

7th Floor of Adama real estate Building,

Behind Ziquala Complex, on ECA Road, next to IOM

Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

Tel: +251-115571916

Tesfaye.Tsegaye@plan-international.org



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