Terms of Reference

Production of Behavioural Change Communication (BCC)

materials on urban value chain

1. Background information

SNV Netherlands Development Organisation started its journey in 1965 as a non-profit, volunteer organisation. Currently, SNV has a long-term, local presence in 25 countries in Asia, Africa and Latin America, working in the sectors of WASH, Agriculture and Renewable Energy. SNV’s suite of services includes advising, brokering and stakeholder engagement, advocacy, results-based financing, and delegated management. SNV believes that no-one should have to live in poverty. It is dedicated to a society in which all people, irrespective of race, class or gender, enjoy the freedom to pursue their own sustainable development. For more information, please refer to our website: www.snv.org.

SNV in Bangladesh has been behind many sanitation improvement interventions in the country over the past five years, especially focusing in Faecal Sludge Management (FSM). Results are promising, but also show the complexity of arriving at city-wide services, requiring business development, policy changes, technical and financial solutions, as well as behaviour change by a range of stakeholders. Building on its recently concluded FSM project, SNV is currently implementing CWISE (City-Wide Inclusive Sanitation Engagement) in Southern Bangladesh, under the leadership of Local Government Authorities, City Corporation and Municipalities. The main objective of the project is to demonstrate that delivering city-wide, pro-poor, accountable, safe and sustainable faecal sludge management services is essential in improving the living environment, and contributing to the health and well-being of the urban population.

 

2. Application requirements

Interested parties are requested to submit their technical and financial proposals separately with a detailed agency profile, at least three work samples: video and publications (preferably focussed on development and/ or WASH), a pitch on suggested methodology (timeline of activities and milestones extending 3.6 Timeframe found on this ToR), budget proposal with breakdown of fees, and CVs of team members proposed for this video and publication deliverables.
Submit electronic copies of technical and financial proposals to bangladesh@snv.org with subject line: Production of Behavioural Change Communication (BCC) materials on urban sanitation value chain by no later than 13 July 2019.
For ToR-related queries, email SAM Husain, BCC Advisor, at shusain@snv.org  (cc: bangladesh@snv.org).

Applications that do not fulfil the full requirements of the application process, and/ or are received after the submission deadline, will not be considered for the project.

For Details ToR Here