Terms of Reference (ToR):
Hiring consultant to conduct TOT to Master Trainers for Upskilling Knowledge, Skill and Attitude to Build Better Partnership

Background and Introduction

Plan International is an independent development and humanitarian organisation that advances children’s rights and equality for girls. We strive for a just world, working together with children, young people, local disadvantages communities, humanitarian affected people and partners. Plan is promoting children and youth especially girls to recognise as leaders of change in gender norms and take decision about their lives. But this is often suppressed by poverty, violence, social norms, traditional practices, dominating by stereo type behavior, exclusion and discrimination where maximum girls are affected. Plan works over 80 years since after second world war, and are now active at more than 71 countries.

Plan International started work in Bangladesh since 1993, as local service organisations. During the first 1-3 years Plan International Bangladesh provided support to infrastructural development through forming and promoting CBOs with piloted CCCD. Until CSP IV, Plan followed CCCD as program implementation strategy through engaging children and community people, During CSP IV, plan gradually adopting Partnership approach from direct program delivery through CCCD. Since two decades, Plan International Bangladesh gained substantial experience and learning on developing and managing partnerships. There are lot of good practices but still there are issues that need to be considered.

Plan International globally implementing program and projects through partnership. Plan believe we will be more powerful and enable to create more sustainable impacts when we act and influence together with diversified range of Partners.

Partnership Overview of Plan International Bangladesh

Our partnership vision Continuing long term strategic relationship with diversified organisations, particularly six sectors from government and non-government entities, through mutual Partnering process to achieve our common goal”.

The new Country Strategy – CS 2030, Plan International Bangladesh has emphasized partnering with diverse range of organizations to empower girls and young women, to be heard, to live without fear of violence and achieving their rights. The new ‘Partnership framework’ under CS2030 has been developed to promote mutual and shard ownership and shifting power to Partner also accelerate our partnership transformation journey. The Framework has horizontally linked with organisational four values (Open and Accountable, Work Well Together, Inclusive and Empowering and Lasting Impact). PIB follows partnership principles depicted in global partnership document -- ‘Building Better Partnership. The Framework has developed by composing four imperatives (Co-create, Shared ownership, Building mutual capacity and accelerating change for girls) at 4X4 matrix, functional relations for positioning the partnership outcomes.

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

Submission of Proposal:

The technical and financial proposals should be submitted electronically to the email address:

Planbd.consultant.hiring@plan-international.org with subject line “Proposals for hiring consultant to conduct TOT to Master Trainers for Upskilling Knowledge, Skill and Attitude to Build Better Partnership. Proposal submitted to any other email account or in hard copy will not be considered.

Submissions deadline 24 October, 2021 before at 3:00pm. Both technical and financial proposal should be submitted PDF format into one zip folder with a covering letter addressing to Md. Enamul Haque, Supply & Procurement Specialist, Plan International Bangladesh.