Request for Proposal (RfP) Notice For Designing and Developing LANN+ Communities of Practices (CoP) Website

LI-BIRD

Local Initiatives for Biodiversity, Research, and Development (LI-BIRD) is a non-profit, non-governmental organization established in October 1995 with its Head Office in Pokhara and Programme Coordination Office in Lalitpur. LI-BIRD is committed to capitalizing on local initiatives for sustainable management of renewable natural resources and improving the livelihoods of rural people in Nepal.

Request for Proposal (RfP) Notice For Designing and Developing LANN+ Communities of Practices (CoP) Website

Request for Proposal (RfP) Notice

For

Designing and Developing LANN+ Communities of Practices (CoP) website

Local Initiatives for Biodiversity, Research and Development (LI-BIRD) is a non-profit making, non-governmental organization established in 1995, registered at the District Administration Office, Kaski (Registration # 217/052/053), and affiliated to the Social Welfare Council, Nepal (Registration # 3394). LI-BIRD is committed to capitalizing on local resources, innovations, and institutions for sustainable management of natural resources for improving the livelihoods of smallholder farmers.

LI-BIRD and Aasaman Nepal (ASN) with financial support from BMZ/German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development and Welthungerhilfe (WHH) are scaling up the LANN+ concept in six rural municipalities of Dhading and Salyan districts. The project aims to establish a community of practices (CoP) for bringing all key stakeholders working in nutrition, agriculture, natural resource management, and Sanitation/WASH into one platform for collective learning, knowledge exchange, and action. The project envisioned the website as a key tool for connecting people, by providing a platform for collective learning, sharing, and generating ideas. The website will have multiple functions. It serves as an information hub for the LANN+ project and stores secondary data. The information uploaded on the website can be used for scaling up good practices, designing interventions, and advocacy purposes. Similarly, the secondary information can be useful reference materials for government offices, I/NGOs, and CBOs. The primary users of the website will be the project team, researchers, civil society, students, and development workers. Therefore, LI-BIRD invites all the eligible consultants/firms to submit the proposal for developing, designing, and hosting the LANN+ CoP website. The bidders shall comply with all the details mentioned in the ToR while submitting the proposal. The detailed Terms of Reference (ToR) can be downloaded from the link below:

Download ToR

The proposal may be submitted on or before 5:00 PM 4 July 2022 by hand delivery, courier or email to the following address below:

Executive Director

Local Initiatives for Biodiversity, Research and Development (LI-BIRD)

Head Office: PO Box 324, Pokhara, Nepal Phone: +977 61 576834, 585357  

Or,

Programme Coordination Office: Sanepa-2, Lalitpur, Nepal Phone: +977 01 5440330

E-mail: procurement@libird.org

Proposal must be written in English language. Proposal received after the deadline will not be considered for evaluation. Proposal that does not meet the requirements will be rejected. Proposal that meets the requirements and offer the best value for money will be selected.

Each of the submissions should be made in two separate envelopes or attachments (if submitted via email) for the technical proposal and financial proposal. Proposals that are not submitted separately will be deemed as disqualified and will not be assessed further.

Thank you and we look forward to receiving your proposal.