Plan International is an independent development and humanitarian organisation that advances children’s rights, with a special focus on equality for girls. Plan International has over 80 year experience and works in more than 75 countries across the world. Plan International has been working in northern and central Vietnam since 1993. Our work supports marginalised children and youth, especially adolescent girls, to start life and grow up physically and mentally healthy and as adolescents so they are leading the way to shape their own future. We believe girls have the power to change the world. Our ambition is to work alongside them and together take action so that 2 million girls in Vietnam can learn, lead, decide and thrive by 2022.
Plan International Vietnam (PIV) is going to implement a 3-year project named “Time to act! Supporting youth activism to eliminate CEFM in Viet Nam” from 2021 – 2024, which is funded by Plan International Japan. The project will take place in 13 communes of Sin Man, Hoang Su Phi districts of Ha Giang province, and Phong Tho district of Lai Chau province.
The project goal will be achieved through three (03) outcomes: (1) Ethnic minority girls and boys age 10 -18 engage with their peers to fight against CEFM; (2) Youth-led organizations demonstrate promising & innovative practices to eliminate CEFM through pilot campaigns; (3) Government agencies at all levels recognize the rights of girls and boys to be protected from child marriage.
2. Objectives of Baseline survey:
The purpose of the work is to assess the pre-project situation and capture baseline data on all project indicators at goal, outcome and output levels from the framework, to enable progress to be monitored and changes to be measured over the course of the three-year intervention. The technical proposal and the baseline report of this exercise will be closely aligned to these indicators.
The purpose of the work is also to support youth carrying out by themselves the Knowledge, Attitudes, and Practice (KAP) survey and using methods such as photo voices, storytelling, etc.to understand the situation, root causes of child marriage. Outcomes from It leads project success indicators, development of training packages and modules, M & E).
3. Timeframe: The baseline survey will be conducted during the period from 4 October to 30 November 2021. The final draft report should be completed by November 30, 2021.
4. Location: In Lai Chau and Ha Giang
5. How to apply: Please access this link for detailed TOR. The consultants or consultancy companies who are interested in offering these consultancy services, please submit the proposal package for providing the works to the following email: VNM.Procurement4@plan-international.org
6. Deadline of submission: the application should be sent before 12:00, 04/10/2021
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