DFID Tender: Addressing Gender Based Violence in South Africa

Date: March 3, 2011
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Request for Expressions of Interest from Potential Suppliers.

The Department for International Development Southern Africa will be commissioning Support for Design and Appraisal of a new 4 year £4m programme to address Gender Based Violence in South Africa. The Programme will deliver a strengthened response to prevent violence against women and children.

DFID Southern Africa’s programme has previously supported work to address gender based violence through Soul City’s Behaviour Change Communication work and through UNICEF’s OVC programming in Swaziland, Lesotho and Namibia. However this is the first time that DFID will have dedicated such attention to addressing gender based violence in South Africa.

In DFID, preventing violence against women and girls has high priority. It is one of the pillars in the forthcoming gender strategy and a key action in DFID’s Structural Reform Plan.
Based on the above information DFIDSA requests Expressions of Interest from potential suppliers. Respondents will be evaluated based on their response to the following:
– competency (CV’s)
– statement of approach to the design (no longer than 3 pages)
– indicative high level budget.

We anticipate the design to start in April 2011 until the end of July 2011. We are looking up to 50 consultant days. Expressions of Interest should be received by contract officer by 12H00 South African time on the 7th of March 2011.


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