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Young Child Feeding Practice (IYCF) Knowledge, Attitude, & Practice (KAP) Survey in Damazine and Rosaries localities, in Blue Nile State, Republic of Sudan
Relief International

 

Relief International is a 60-year-old development and humanitarian nonprofit alliance and works with vulnerable communities across Sudan to deliver healthcare, secure access to clean water and food, improve basic hygiene practices, and create employment opportunities. Our teams provide primary healthcare, vaccinations, family planning, and care for expectant and new mothers at 47 locations. We also build local capacity by training national health service providers and conducting community-wide campaigns on disease prevention and healthy practices.


 Bid No: RI‐SDN‐KRT‐022‐058
 City: The survey is to be conducted in Damazine locality (Alwefag, Shin‐Tsrab), and Roseries locality (Alwahda Geissan, Shanfor and Al‐Dueima) in Blue Nile State.
 Deadline: 02 June 2022
 Description:

Relief International is looking for the qualified firms to conduct Young Child Feeding Practice (IYCF) Knowledge, Attitude, & Practice (KAP) Survey in Damazine and Rosaries localities, in Blue Nile State, Republic of Sudan. Please see enclosed TORs with this advertisement.

Interested firms should sent technical and financial proposals while highlight below on the given address before 02 June 2022.

 

A technical and financial proposal highlighting their understanding of the ToR and how they propose to respond to the ToR requirements including the KAP design, tools, and technologies in place for them to perform the assignment, implementation plan, and financial quote.

 

Sample work: at least three (3) samples of similar work (evaluation reports) performed for peer organization in Sudan or in the Horn of Africa region for the last 3 years.

 

A Technical inception report detailing: - Methodological note with a proposition regarding organization and execution of survey. 

 

The financial plan must include all the costs of transportation and other logistics arrangements, hiring of staff to conduct the survey and data collection. RI will not bear any cost associated to conduct this survey.

 

A Financial proposal with a detailed budget breakdown taking considering the details in the ToR therein.

 

RI-SDN-KRT-022-058

Young Child Feeding Practice (IYCF) Knowledge, Attitude, & Practice (KAP) Survey in Damazine and Rosaries localities, in Blue Nile State, Republic of Sudan

Address:

Amarat Area, St. No’ 3, Building No’ 29, Block 10/A, Khartoum State, 11111, Sudan State.

 

For any queries, please contact with bid.sudan@ri.org. 

 








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