Impact Association for social service and Development
Reporter Sep 18, 2022
Invitation for consultancy services
Pact is a US based International nonprofit international development organization founded in 1971, Pact works on the ground in more than 30 countries to improve the lives of those who are poor and marginalized. Pact strives for a world where all people exercise their voice, build their own solutions, and take ownership of their future. Pact Ethiopia has been implementing projects since 1995 in sectors that include reproductive health, HIV/AIDs, education, girls’, and women’s empowerment, support vulnerable children, capacity development, strengthening institutions for peace and development . and governance.
As part of this initiative, currently, Pact with the financial support of the David and Lucile Packard Foundation is implementing a capacity development project entitled “Coordination Hub for Two-Year Organizational Capacity Development Plan Implementation for Ethiopia-based Organizations”, which supports the goal of enhancing organizational effectiveness among five grantee organizations in Ethiopia, namely, Ethiopian Academy of Science (EAS), Ethiopian Public Health Association (EPHA), Farm Africa-Ethiopia (FAE), Movement for Ecological Learning and Community Action (MELCA-Ethiopia) Capacity Development Action Plan (MELCA-Ethiopia) and Youth Network for Sustainable Development (YNSD).
To start with the CD intervention, Pact has conducted integrated technical and organizational capacity assessment of the five partner organizations. Among the capacity gaps identified weak capacity in leadership and management, training/workshop/meeting facilitation and systematically conducting environment scanning/context analysis to make the necessary adjustment to fit into the rapidly changing operating environment.
In view of this, Pact/Packard are committed to fill this gap through providing training on Leadership and Management, Facilitation Skills and Environment Scanning/Context Analysis) to equip the five Pact/Packard partners/grantees (EAS, EPHA, Farm Africa, MELCA and YNSD) with the basic skills on how to lead organization effectively, enhance their facilitation skills and be able to conduct environmental scanning/context analysis in the context and operational environment of CSOs in Ethiopia
This Terms of Reference (TOR) is, therefore, issued to invite consultants of reputable and proven track record in facilitating training/workshop on:
- Leader and Management
- Facilitation Skills
- Environment Scanning/Context Analysis
Hence, Pact would like to invite potential consulting firms/individuals to handle this task by submitting technical and financial proposal before September 30, 2022, 5:00PM. Interested consultants can collect the Terms of Reference (TOR) prepared to provide detail information by physically coming to Pact Office starting from the issuance of this advertisement
Pact’s office is located at Gurd Shola area, Yeka Sub-City Woreda 9, Mercy Plaza Bldg, 6th floor House No. 778. Telephone: +251-11- 6616939