Request for Proposal: Family Planning Stakeholder Mapping in Asia
Heather (Johnson) Finn
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Heather Finn, Knowledge SUCCESS Project
Request for Proposal
Family Planning Stakeholder Mapping in Asia
To identify and present qualitative information on key stakeholders within the Asian region that the Knowledge SUCCESS project could engage with for the successful implementation of knowledge management activities for improved family planning and reproductive health (FP/RH).
A matrix of stakeholders/partners, short analysis report, and an accompanying PPT.
Key Questions the Mapping Exercise will Explore
USAID Population and Reproductive Health (PRH) priority countries in Asia: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, India, Nepal, Pakistan, Philippines, and Yemen.
· Decision makers (e.g., MOH, select co-creation workshop participants)
· NGOs, FBOs and CSOs working in FP/RH, including co-creation workshop participants
· Small-group interviews via Zoom, Skype, or WhatsApp
The questionnaires will explore:
Respondents will be evaluated based on the following criteria:
Consultants/Firms should be aware that services will be performed for a program operated by a department at a university, designed to benefit the public good through the improvement of international public health services. The project is funded through USAID and as such is subject to US government terms and conditions.
Please submit a proposal that includes:
Proposed approach to task: Proposals should include a general description of the proposed approach, as well as any other relevant descriptions of processes and ideas that are believed to be relevant to this project.
Budget: Please provide an itemized budget with this scope of work and/or a description of your fee schedule.
References: Three references with reference name and contact information are required.
Past performance/Capability statement: Proposals should also include a brief summary of their professional background and a minimum of three relevant descriptions of past performances, particularly with similar projects. Examples of similarly produced materials would be preferred.
CCP expects work to begin on this project immediately after the contract has been fully executed, and completed in October 2020.
Monday, August 10 Proposal is issued
Monday, August 17 Questions due from consultants/firms by 5:00 pm EDT
Friday, August 21 Responses to questions sent out
Friday, August 28 Proposals due by 5:00 pm EDT
Wed, September 2 Proposal selected, and bidders notified.
Questions can be submitted in writing by 5 pm EDT on August 17 to Heather Finn, Operations Manager, at heather.finn@... . Questions will be answered collectively in one document for the benefit of all bidders, without identifying information.
It is anticipated that a proposal will be selected on or about Wed, September 2, 2020. CCP will notify all vendors who respond to this RFP. If CCP does not receive a proposal that meets our needs adequately and cost effectively, we reserve the right to make no award at this time.
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