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ToR to develop Donor Database for SOS Children’s Villages Bangladesh


SOS Children’s Villages Bangladesh is a non-governmental social development organisation which supports disadvantaged families to care for their children, and when children can no longer live with their own families, we provide quality alternative care through our Family like Care Programme. Child development and child rights have been the heart of our mission since 1949 and SOS Children’s Village is currently working in 135 countries and territories around the world. In Bangladesh, SOS Children’s Villages started its activities in 1972 immediately after the war and currently working in six locations: Dhaka, Rajshahi, Khulna, Chattogram, Bogura and Sylhet.

We call upon government and communities to fulfil their commitments for children without parents or at risk of losing parental care, and we support them in their efforts. SOS Children’s Villages has pioneered a family approach to the long-term care of children based on four principles: Child, Parent, Family and Community.

Purpose and Objective

The purpose of this task is to contribute to the financial sustainability of SOS Bangladesh by providing information on where local institutional funding opportunities exist and how they can be tapped into, thorough an analysis of the local donor market. The task should involve a review of the mechanisms used by other NGOs (working in the field of children’s rights) to raise institutional funds at local level that will help SOS Children’s Villages Bangladesh to develop new strategies to approach the local institutional funding market.

Profile of Candidate

The strongest candidates will likely have:

  • At least 5 years of experience in working with institutional donors.
  • In-depth theoretical and practical understanding of the institutional donor market.
  • Experience in conducting previous market analysis.
  • Experience in developing tools and comprehensive training and materials.
  • Well informed of the latest trends in donor intelligence.

Interested individuals are requested to email the required information to national.office@sos-bangladesh.org   by 25 November, 2020.

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