EOI: Rapid Assessment of Institutional Effectiveness and Operational Capacity of the Social Welfare Fund in Yemen
Announcement for Service Providers
Request for Expression of Interest for the Provision of
Rapid Assessment of Institutional Effectiveness and Operational Capacity of the Social Welfare Fund in Yemen
The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) works with Governments, National and International Organizations, to support child survival and development. UNICEF in Yemen is looking for potential providers for the services of Rapid Assessment of Institutional Effectiveness and Operational Capacity of the Social Welfare Fund in Yemen. Companies who meet the following criteria are invited to Request for Proposals;
- More than 10 years of professional (for team leader) and organizational experience in performing similar roles and responsibilities (assessment of institutional effectiveness and operational capacity of social protection service providers), and more than 5 years of similar experience for team members; expertise and experience in designing and delivering social protection systems, including cash transfer programmes;
- Contractor must have an adequate team/staff (both international and local) to carry out the assessment at all targeted geographic locations. The staff should possess advanced academic degrees from recognized universities, and appropriate professional qualifications and experience (CVs of a team leader and team members must be attached to the technical proposal);
- Team leader should have excellent facilitation, analytical and research skills, including expertise in conducting quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis, and track record of managing field work;
- Field team should be gender-balanced to enable reaching out to both male and female beneficiaries;
- Field staff should demonstrate strong communication skills and culture-sensitivity; ability to freely move around Yemen;
- Fluency in written and spoken English for team leader and other key members of the team. Arabic language skills for non-native speakers are highly desirable (especially, for team leader). Knowledge about Yemen context, social protection systems of Yemen, and SWF in particular, is highly preferable.
Interested service providers should express their interest by sending an email to Mr. Yuji Taketomo, UNICEF Supply & Logistics Unit, Sana'a, Tel.: +1-211 400 Ext. 178, firstname.lastname@example.org , during working hours 08:00am -04:00pm, Sunday – Thursday. The closing date is Thursday, 12th of January 2017 (15:00 Yemen local time).
Please note the following:
- UNICEF does not deal with suppliers/ service providers who are non-compliant with the National Labour Laws and Regulations and with those who are do not abide to ethical standards related to child Labour and landmines.
- UNICEF payment terms are after completion of services.