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"Mid-Term Evaluation" of USAID funded Nobo Jatra Project, World Vision Bangladesh

Organisation: World Vision Bangladesh

Posted on: 7 September 2017
Application deadline: 6 October 2017

RFP Name: "MId-Term Evaluation" of USAID funded Nobo Jatra Project, World Vision Bangladesh

RFP Reference and issue date: WVB-NJP-RFP-17/09-014, Date: 06 September, 2017

World Vision Bangladesh (WVB), a Christian humanitarian organization is dedicated to the wellbeing of children, especially the most vulnerable children, their families and communities. We are committed to serving and partnering with people in need regardless of religion, ethnicity, gender and ability.

‘Nobo Jatra-New Beginning’ is a five-year USAID Food for Peace Title II Development Food Assistance Project that seeks to improve gender equitable food security, nutrition and resilience in southwest Bangladesh. World Vision Bangladesh, together with the World Food Programme, Winrock International and 3 local partner NGOS, undertook the project in September 2015, integrating interventions in MCHN, WASH, agriculture and alternative livelihoods, DRR, good governance and social accountability and gender to achieve its objectives. Nobo Jatra is being jointly implemented in partnership with the Ministry of Disaster Management and Relief (MoDMR) of the Government of Bangladesh in four Upazilas under two districts – Dacope and Koyra Upazilas in Khulna and Shyamnagar and Kaliganj Upazilas in Satkhira – the project aims to reach 856,116 direct beneficiaries.

World Vision Bangladesh (WVB) is hereby inviting Request for Proposal (RFP) from the International experienced Firms for conducting the below service:The main purpose of a mid-term evaluation is to improve project effectiveness and efficiency to inform specific future decisions. An MTE is a process evaluation that will suggest midcourse corrections in project strategy and recommendations for improving effectiveness. To this end, the MTE focuses particularly on gathering evidence on the quality and effectiveness of service delivery, and the efficiency and acceptability of activity implementation. The MTE further serves to develop recommendations for adjustments that will improve the activity’s final outcomes. The MTE will review the following: resources utilized management of sub-grantees, internal and external communication and coordination, compliance of USAID policy and regulation, and partnership and relationship with the host government and other stakeholders.

Contact details

Procurement Queries: Md. Ruhul Mobin, Supply Chain Manager, Nobo Jatra Project, Mobile: +8801708123865, E-mail: Ruhul_Mobin@wvi.org

Technical Queries: Interested consultancy Firm/Organization may send e-mail for technical queries before submission of proposal to e-mail address: md_rafiqul_islam@wvi.org

Notice for Submission: Separate Technical and Financial proposals shall be sent directly through email in PDF format to: wvb_scm@wvi.org

Maximum file size: 9MB. If mail returned due to over file size, please split the file and send in separate email.

RFP reference “WVB-NJP-RFP-17/09-014: “Mid-Term Evaluation of Nobo Jatra Project, World Vision Bangladesh” shall be mentioned in subject line.

Dead Line for Submission: Deadline for proposal submission is: On or before 6th October, 2017

WVB reserves the right to accept or reject any or all the offers in full or part with or without assigning any reason whatsoever.


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