Expressions of Interests (EoI)

Advocacy strategy for the project
“An Initiative to end Gender Based Violence in the Garments Industry”


Shojag (awaken), a coalition consisting of Bangladesh Legal Aid and Services Trust (BLAST), Christian Aid, Naripokkho and SNV have been implementing a project funded by Global Fund for Women to reduce gender-based violence (GBV) in the garment industry. The objective of the project is to reduce violence against women in the garment industry by raising awareness, strengthening the capacity of private and public bodies, protecting the rights and legal entitlements of female workers and engaging factories towards promoting systemic changes across the garment sector. The project has been delivering sustainable results through protection, prevention, prosecution and partnership, and is working at three levels: factories, the commute to and from work, and dormitories/hostels. The project also addresses the root causes of violence against women, including unequal power relations in the garments sector.

3. Purpose of the work:

On behalf of Shojag coalition, Christian Aid is developing an advocacy strategy. Based on the strategy, the Coalition will carry out advocacy initiatives. The consultant/s and/or consultancy organization will work closely with Coalition members.

How to apply:

Interested individuals are requested to submit their technical proposal (this should include methodology, work plan, schedule), financial proposal, TIN certificate/VAT registration (if application), CV, references and one sample of previous work related to this assignment on or before April 21, 2019 via email to with cc to with the subject line “Shojag Advocacy Strategy.”

Shortlisted applicants will be invited for a presentation and discussion.

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