For hiring consulatant/agency  to facilitate 12 batches of 5-day IPCC Training and to develop a Guideline for using SBCC materials under Born On Time Project, Bangladesh

Founded over 80 years ago, Plan International is one of the oldest and largest children's development organisations in the world. Plan International is independent, with no religious, political or governmental affiliations, and with a vision of a world in which all children realize their full potential, in societies that respect people's rights and dignity.Plan International works in fifty-two developing countries across Africa, Asia and the South America, and twenty-one countries raise funds to support these efforts. Plan International's stated Global Strategic Goal is to reach as many children as possible, particularly those who are excluded or marginalised, with high-quality programs that deliver long-lasting benefits. Children are at the heart of everything we do.
Plan International has been operating in Bangladesh since 1994, helping children access their rights to health, education, economic security and protection. Currently, under Country Strategy IV Plan International Bangladesh is implementing programmes in six thematic areas: health, education, child protection, WASH, youth engagement and employment, and disaster risk management and climate change.
In that continuation, Plan International Bangladesh has launch Born On Time: A Public-Private Partnership for the Prevention of Preterm Births (Born On Time or BOT) is a five-year, CAD $30 million project that aims to reduce the number of preterm births in targeted communities in Mali, Ethiopia and Bangladesh. Born On Time Project (BOT) is developing a number of SBCC materials, including 10 video clips with which the Project’s Field Workers will conduct IPCC sessions in six rural upazilas of Rangpur. The objectives of these sessions are to increase community people’s knowledge and awareness and positively change their attitude and behaviour towards availing maternal and neonatal health services and prevent preterm birth.

On this background, BOT is looking for an experienced individual consultant/agency to facilitate 12 batches of 5-day IPCC Training; and develop a guideline for conducting IPCC sessions using 10 video materials.

Terms of Reference (TOR)
Terms of Reference (TOR) for the assignment can be downloaded from this link.

Submission of Proposal

Interested consultant/consulting firms are requested to submit a technical and a financial proposal through email at Planbd.consultant.hiring@plan-international.org with subject line - For hiring consulatant/agency  to facilitate 12 batches of 5-day IPCC Training and to develop a Guideline for using SBCC materials under Born On Time Project, Bangladesh. A cover letter should be given with the proposal addressing the Administrative Coordinator of Administration, Plan International Bangladesh. The deadline of proposal submission is the 24th March 2019.