The purpose and scope of this ITT and supporting documents is to explain in further detail the requirements of the British Council and the procurement process for submitting a tender proposal.

Details

Closing date Friday, 27 March 2020

Role overview

AAWAZ II is a DFID funded, five-year long programme which will work with local communities in KP and Punjab provinces to promote the rights of children, women, youth, and other marginalised groups, to strengthen their control over their own development. Aawaz II Programme has four pillars and the British Council is leading on the delivery of pillar 3, Community Dialogue, Awareness and Voice and pillar 4, Conflict Pre-emption. As part of the delivery of these pillars, AAWAZ II will support the capacity building of Aagahi Centres across 45 districts (19 in KP, 26 in Punjab) to provide a safe space for marginalised members of the community and facilitate citizen-state engagement for uptake of state services, getting information on their rights and promoting inclusion and social cohesion. The programme aims to work towards a more inclusive and peaceful Pakistan, with less exclusion and exploitation. In Phase I (Jan 2020-Dec. 2021), Aawaz II will be working in 22 districts (9 in KP and 13 in Punjab). 

The purpose and scope of this ITT and supporting documents is to explain in further detail the requirements of the British Council and the procurement process for submitting a tender proposal.

For further details, please see the attached documents.

 

How to apply

Please see the attached documents for further details.