Position: Invitation for Proposal Consultancy for Project Baseline Study (Plan International Inc.)__Deadline:24-May

We strive to advance children’s rights and equality for girls all over the world. As an independent development and humanitarian organisation, we work alongside children, young people, our supporters and partners to tackle the root causes of the challenges facing girls and all vulnerable children. We support children’s rights from birth until they reach adulthood and enable children to prepare for and respond to crises and adversity. We drive changes in practice and policy at local, national and global levels using our reach, experience and knowledge. For over 80 years we have been building powerful partnerships for children, and we are active in over 75 countries.

Read more about Plan International's Global Strategy: 100 Million Reasons at https://plan-international.org/strategy

Plan International Cambodia was established in 2002 and is currently operating under its 4th Country Strategic Plan (FY22-FY27). Plan International Cambodia implements an integrated program in the provinces of Siem Reap, Stung Treng and Ratanak Kiri with the Country Office based in Phnom Penh. Additional projects are implemented in many provinces throughout Cambodia. The current Country Strategic was developed based on a child rights and girls rights horizon scanning, which assessed the root causes and gaps at household, community, district and national levels which result in girl’s rights being violated or unfulfilled. Based on this analysis, four strategic program owere developed, focused followings:

  1. Healthy Start (integrated Nutrition, ECCD and WASH);
  2. Protection Plus;
  3. Lifelong Learning (Education and TVET); and
  4. Girls Leadership

These programs have been designed to address key issues affecting children in Cambodia. Each sectoral program will integrate elements of other sectoral programs to enable them to be mutually reinforcing.

Girls Lead: Empowering Girls and Young Women to Learn, Share, Create and Lead for Gender Equality in Cambodia Project

Coverage Areas: Siem Reap, Ratanak Kiri and Stung Treng Provinces

IFP reference number: IFP-PNP/FY24/011

Issue of IFP: 6th May 2024

Plan reviews and evaluates proposals: 27th May 2024

Shortlisted consultant(s) to present their proposal: 30th May 2024

Estimated date of award of contract(s) /POs: 7th June 2024

Mobilization/implementation period (duration of contract): 7th June 2024 to 30th August 2024

Objectives of Project Baseline Study

The main objectives of project baseline study are threefold:

  1. To collect baseline data for all indicators of project outcomes and outputs (if applicable) as defined in the Girls Lead Project Result Framework.
  2. To provide strategic recommendation for the project to be implemented in effective and sustainable ways.

Terms of Reference (ToR)

Terms of Reference (ToR) is attached with the Invitation for Proposal/Bid prescribed details of all requirement. Please read it carefully and ensure that all requirements have been put in your proposal.

Required Qualifications and Expertise
Credible independent consultant team or firm (national and/or international experts) will be selected. The minimum qualifications and experiences required are:
  • Lead researcher: At least bachelor degree with 5 years experiences in research, experience in social development is preferable.
  • Lead researcher and/or research team members: Proven extensive experience in research, baseline surveys, and evaluations on Gender and empowerment at least 5 years.
  • Lead researcher and/or research team members: Proficiency in quantitative and qualitative methods of data collection, analysis, and report.
  • Lead researcher and/or research team members: Experience in storing and analyzing large and diverse data sets.
  • Lead researcher and/or research team members: Proficiency in statistics.
  • Lead researcher and/or research team members: Experiences on Plan’s cross-cutting issues such as gender, inclusion as well as awareness on child protection and child rights issues.
  • Lead researcher and/or research team members: Experience in working with local communities, particularly with indigenous communities.
  • Data collectors have to act according to the child and young people guarding policies provided by Plan International Cambodia.
  • Lead researcher: Available to stay in Cambodia during the survey period.
  • Lead researcher and/or research team members: Good interview and analytical skills.
  • Lead researcher and/or research team members: Fluency in English (and Khmer and indigenous languages for survey supervisors and/or enumerators).

Interested parties/consultants are required to submit their Technical and Financial Proposal, inclusive of all required documents to Plan International Cambodia office at G13 Floor (G1309-G1312), GIA Tower, Sopheak Mongkul Street, Koh Pich City, Sangkat Tonle Bassac, Khan Chomkamorn, Phnom Penh and must include the IFP reference number: IFP-PNP/FY24/011 - Girls Lead Project Baseline Study. Offers must be received by the deadline.

OR, send by E-mail to Cambodia.Procurement@plan-international.org, Soniteh.Ponn@plan-international.org .

Please write “Subject line” of your e-mail: [IFP-PNP/FY24/011] - [Consultant Name].

The offer and all correspondence and documents related to the tender must be written in English.

Technical Proposal, Includes:

  1. Detail Technical Proposal that demonstrate and respond to the ToR and include at least the sections as follow:
  2. Proposed methodology;
  3. Ethics and child safeguarding approaches, including any identified risks and associated mitigation strategies;
  4. Proposed timelines; and
  5. List and CV of the composed lead researcher and key research team members.
  6. Submit at least two (02) example reports of the previous research or study.

Financial Proposal, Includes:

  1. Detailed itemized consultancy fees/costs breakdown of daily consultant fee rates and number of expected days input of each team member, travel and subsistence costs and administrative expenses (including all applicable taxes); and
  2. VAT (or Withholding tax) shall responsible by the Consultant and shall include in the proposed fees.

On submitting the offer, proposal and bid price will remain open for acceptance by Plan International Cambodia for a maximum period of 90 days after the deadline for submission of proposal.

By submission of the proposal the bidder has the intention to submit the bid and the bidder has fully understood the tender document and accepts the same.

Moreinfo: https://plan-international.org/jobs

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