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Request for Proposal

REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL

Baseline Study for Acceleration of Sanitation and Water for All Programme (ASWA II)

 

UNICEF Nepal has decided to engage external consulting firm for carrying out the baseline survey for Acceleration of Sanitation and Water for All Programme. The objective is to establish a coherent baseline to determine the existing situation at the beginning of the programme at output, outcome and impact level in the eight Terai districts where ASWA II programme is to be implemented. The detailed document together with bidding document related to this project can be downloaded below 

1. Request for Proposal 

2. Terms of Reference 

3. Annex A

4. Annex B

5. Annex C 

Qualifications of Consulting Firm/ Research Institute

The interested agencies should have at least five years of experiences with a proven capacity to conducting similar surveys – particularly in the areas of water, sanitation and hygiene promotion. Strong skills in statistics and data analysis is highly desired.

Sealed offers should be sent to:

UNICEF NEPAL COUNTRY OFFICE – OPERATIONS WING

MANBHAWAN, KATHMANDU

Offers MUST be received not later than 14:00hrs on 8 Feb 2018.

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Long Term Arrangement for Third Party End User Monitoring

UNICEF Nepal plans to engage an external agency by establishing Long Term Agreement (LTA) to implement to End-User/Field Monitoring System as and when required. The overall purpose of this assignment will be to verify UNICEF response, progress reports and quality assurance of the services and supplies provided by UNICEF partners to the end users during humanitarian situation.  The Third Party Field Monitors is required to visit all UNICEF Nepal’s humanitarian response areas, meet the implementing partners and government counterparts; talk to key informants at service provision facilities (hospital/health centers; schools/Transitional Learning Centres, Child Friendly Spaces, Outpatient Therapeutic Programme); and meet with the affected populations.

The end-user monitoring will intend to provide UNICEF programme sections with regular data on progress and quality of response, interventions/actions taken from the affected geographic areas. As a cross-cutting support function, end-user monitoring exercise will be linked with all the programme outcomes and outputs 

Qualifications of Consulting Firm/ Research Institute

The interested agencies should have to be established at least 5 years ago and should have at least five years of experiences with a proven capacity to carry out field monitoring and reporting of development as well as humanitarian situations.

Please click here to download RFP, Clarification and Terms of Reference 

Sealed offers should be sent to:

UNICEF NEPAL COUNTRY OFFICE – OPERATIONS WING
MANBHAWAN, KATHMANDU

Offers MUST be received latest by 16:00hrs on 2 February 2018