Tender Notice: RFP/ROMO/CO/23/019
Consultancy Contract for
“Protection from Violence Core Competency in Romania and Moldova”
The Norwegian Refugee Council is soliciting bids from reputable providers, for a Consultancy Agreement for Protection from Violence Core Competency in Romania and Moldova.
The procedure for applying for this tender:
- Please request the tendering documents by submitting an email request to: firstname.lastname@example.org in order to request the Tender documents (Invitation to Bid).
- The email subject should be RFP/ROMO/CO/23/019.
- NRC will reply to your email with an attachment includes the following:
- Request for Proposal (RFP).
- Annex 1 – Terms of Reference
- Annex 2 – Schedule of deliverables
- Annex 3 – Payment Terms
- Annex 3 – Bidder response document
- Annex 4 – Ethical Standards Declaration
- Once you receive these files, please do the following:
- Review the requirements carefully.
- Complete all the requirements highlighted and listed in the RFP file.
- Submit all the documents back to one of the below options:
- (scanned) the email: email@example.com
the email subject must be RFP/ROMO/CO/23/019
- In a sealed envelope to the address:
Moldova - Chisinau, Blvd. Stefan cel Mare 196, 2nd floor / postal code: MD-2004
The envelope should be sealed.
The envelope should be stamped / signed.
Write the (RFP) tender reference RFP/ROMO/CO/23/019 on the envelope from outside.
- Please read the files carefully and follow the steps and requirements.
- For any inquires you can send an email with your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org and NRC will reply with answers.
- The deadline for any inquiries related to this tender is 31st May 2023 at 16:00 PM Moldova time.
- Complete and review all your documents and make sure that nothing is missing as requested in the RFP Checklist.
- The deadline for submission of the tender documents is 5th June 2023 23:00 PM Moldova time.
Qualifications and requirements
- Minimum 7 years of professional, operational experience in a humanitarian protection programming and policy.
- Excellent understanding of humanitarian protection policy and standards, particularly protection from violence
- Master’s degree in International law, social sciences, or an area relevant to the scope of work.
- Experience drafting policy or program design documents
- Experience conducting feasibility papers, after action reviews or other participatory program review processes
- Experience interacting with national partners including government and non- government actors in humanitarian and/or development contexts.
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
- Ability to travel and access the countries with the scope (Moldova and Romania)
- Fluency in English required, competency in one additional language – Russian, Ukrainian or Romanian– an advantage.
Deadline: Monday, 29 May 2023