Muzun for Humanitarian and Development
Request for Quotation
I. Organization Background:
Muzun for Humanitarian & Development (MHD) is a civil society and Non-for -profit organization registered in Turkey, Gaziantep since 2015. The NGO was founded by professional humanitarian workers engaged in the Syria response. We come from the communities affected by the conflict. We have set up this organization in order to support fellow Syrians with relief and non-relief assistance to maintain their under-pressured resilience and help them cope with the challenging conflict environment. In our work we focus on the most vulnerable including persons with special needs, children and women. As a grassroots organization, our work is community-led and therefore owned and sustainable. We have presence across Syria. MHD operates in Aleppo governorate (A’zaz, Jarablus, Al Baba and Western countryside), Idleb, and Northern Hama Countryside
IDP sites continue to provide immediate humanitarian lifesaving assistance to the most vulnerable IDPs, particularly in situations of sudden mass displacements. Children and women make up 73 per cent of the camps population in north-west Syria. Although IDP sites (including planned camps, informal sites, transit/reception centres and collective centres) are designed to act as an option of last-resort, the past year has witnessed an increase by 16 per cent in the number of IDPs seeking shelter at these sites. Against the backdrop of overcrowding, there is limited absorption capacity in IDP sites. Some sites are running more than 400 per cent above their actual capacity. The absence of dedicated camp management services and maintenance of facilities in IDP sites, particularly for informal/self-established IDP sites, are deeply concerning and contribute to alarming reports of unmet needs in these sites (HNO 2019)
Thus, one of MHD proposed objectives for 2019 cross border programme is to enhance CCCM system through capacity building of local Implementers, Camp Managements and IDP committees/Representatives inside Syria by providing field trainings for 3 audiences in highly concentrated areas Idleb areas of IDP sites (Camps) in Idleb (Atma and Harim Clusters)
III. Who can apply, what type of proposals may be presented and eligibility:
As part of Muzun for Humanitarian and Development MHD Organization interventions in CCCM sector, MHD is pleased to announce a Tender for Camp Management and IDP committee Capacity Building trainings in Harim and Dana sub-districts. The supposed activity is in line with the outcome of MHD CCCM Project: to Enhance CCCM cluster system through capacity building of cluster members in Syria (humanitarian workers), Camp Management staff and existed IDP Committees/Representatives in Atma and Harim Clusters.
We encourage all applicants to develop a separate logical framework for their application, further, considering mentioned indicators is a necessity.
Training institutes and NGOs who have past/current experience and qualified trainers for the provision of Camp Management Tool Kit (or similar content) trainings are encouraged to apply.
Eligibility Criteria for applying organizations:
- A minimum of 12 months’ experience in providing CCCM capacity building trainings in Northwest Syria.
- Trainers with experience in delivering CCCM Trainings.
- Full and proven access to Harim and Atma IDP sites.
- Submission of full application package.
- NGO must be registered in Turkey officially.
Targets: 120 trainees, 6 Training distributed on 3 audiences: 2 Trainings: Camp Management, 2 Trainings: Humanitarian Workers, 2 Trainings: IDP Committees where each training will be held in 2 separate locations (Atma and Harim Clusters). Each of the audience should be trained on their roles and, however, Humanitarian Workers should receive camp management roles as well.
Safety and Security: Venue should be in a safe and relatively secured area, preferably next to Syria-Turkey Border with a good looking and comfort training room.
Training stationary, transportation and meals: will be provided by the bidder.
- The deadline for submitting applications is 31/May/2019 CoB, submitted to [email protected]. Please note that all supporting documents should be uploaded as zip file in the email.
- CVs of the trainers to be shared.
- Planned Training modules for the different sessions and training material.
- Work Plan and Logical Framework
- Project track record in the field of CCCM capacity building.
- Any other supporting document will be considered.
- All Documents should be also submitted in sealed envelope to the following address: Gaziantep, Turkey, Değirmiçem Mah. 16014 Nolu SK. Efes İş Mer. No: 8 K: 6 D: 19. Rahmat Bulutlari Dernegi.
Timeline of training activities:
In compliance with MHD Project Timeline, all training component activities should be successfully done no more than 28/June/2019. and that include selection of participants, training facilitation, provision and training evaluation. Please note that MHD will be providing support to the implementing partner across all mentioned stages.
- Review Process of applicants:
The review procedure, especially selection criteria, MHD will form a committee including program, finance and procurement staff to do the revision process, it is important to receive cost effective project but also critical to be with good quality that can assure the successful implementation of the activity. Below is the criteria that MHD is going to use to assess applications:
Questions and inquires: please feel free to reach out MHD focal point at [email protected] for any question or inquiry until 30/May/2019 .
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