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Terms of Reference
TOR for hire a Consultant for developing of teacher training  package on gender responsive inclusive pedagogy and school code of conduct under Project of Girls Get Equal: Integrated approach to end CEFM: Bangladesh

Founded over 80 years ago, Plan International is one of the oldest and largest children's development organizations in the world. Plan International plays an important role in mobilising children, communities and civil society organisations to claim the rights of children and achieve agreed upon local development priorities, towards a commitment to ensuring the wellbeing of children in support of the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC). 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. In 2015, Plan International worked with eighty-four million children in 85,280 communities. Plan International has stated Global Strategic Goal is to reach as many children as possible, particularly those who are excluded or marginalized, with high quality programs that deliver long-lasting benefits. Children are at the heart of everything we do.

Plan International started its operation in Bangladesh in 1994. The vision of Plan international 2030 is too empower girls and young women, to be heard, to live without fear of violence and to achieve their rights”. Presently under country strategy V Plan International Bangladesh is implementing programmes in Three thematic areas where our priority areas are Leadership with the objectives of Empower children and young people as drivers of a systematic change in gender norms and power relations (Leadership), Promote an enabling environment for girls and young women to live free from discrimination, coercion, fear of violence and harmful practices, building their future aspirations and making decisions about their bodies,  SRHR with the objectives of promoting an enabling environment for girls and young women to live free from discrimination, coercion, fear of violence and harmful practices, building their future aspirations and making decisions about their bodies, SOYEE with the objectives of  raising public and private sectors’ support for young women to access decent work opportunities in the 21st century labour market and have control over resources.

As a continuation, Plan International Bangladesh in coalition with South Asian Partnership & Resource Development Foundation is implementing the project Girls get Equal: Integrated approach to end CEFM: Bangladesh, financial support of Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation (NORAD). The aim of the project is to reduce the incidence of child marriage in 16 unions of two sub-districts within the district of Barguna within the integrated way to improve their education, economic empowerment, changing social norms, Sexual and reproductive health awareness and make all these issues sustainable through duty bearers. The project duration is from 1st of January 2020 to 31st December 2024.

Plan International Bangladesh  is  now seeking  consultant/firm  for developing of teacher training  package on gender responsive inclusive pedagogy and school code of conduct under Project of Girls Get Equal: Integrated approach to end CEFM: Bangladesh

To conduct this consultancy a consultant will be hired as per this terms of reference (TOR).

Terms of Reference (TOR)

Terms of Reference (TOR) 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 a cover letter addressing to A.K.M. Rashedul Karim Sazzad, Administrative Coordinator, Plan International Bangladesh. The deadline of proposal submission is the 18 October 2020.