Request for Proposal (RFP)

The Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs

The Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP)specializes in developing and implementing social and behavior change (SBC) programs that improve lives around the world. The Reducing Child, Early and Forced Marriage (Nepal R-CEFM) Project (Feb 2020 – April 2022) goal is to strengthen the institutional and technical capacity of the Government of Nepal (GON) in Province 2 at the province…

Request for Proposal (RFP)

The Johns Hopkins Center for Communication Programs (CCP) specializes in developing and implementing social and behavior change (SBC) programs that improve lives around the world.

The Reducing Child, Early and Forced Marriage (Nepal R-CEFM) Project (Feb 2020 – September 2022) goal is to strengthen the institutional and technical capacity of the Government of Nepal (GON) in Madhesh Province at the municipal levels to design, implement, monitor, evaluate, and coordinate effective social and behavior change (SBC) activities and to strengthen child protection systems for reducing CEFM through a community-based, multi-sectoral, data-driven lens.

This RFP is requested to conduct a qualitative study using the Most Significant Change (MSC) methodology to assess beneficiaries and stakeholders perspectives on the effectiveness of the program from a qualified individuals/ organizations.

Interested individuals/organizations can download the detailed scope of work from the link below:

https://drive.google.com/file/d/13IOK4ibCFPBvSuXeQMVbuKiIm6ChFIn_/view?usp=sharing

Interested individuals/organizations should submit their Technical and Cost Proposal by e-mail to info@ccpnp.org no later than June 11, 2022, (28 Jestha 2079), 17:00 Nepal Standard Time.

Only short-listed individuals/organizations will be contacted.

Please note that appealing or trying to influence the outcome of the selection at any stage of the process shall lead to automatic disqualification.

The R-CEFM project is implemented by CCP and partners through United States Agency for International Development (USAID) funding support as part of the Breakthrough ACTION mechanism.