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Never pay for any CBT, test or assessment as part of any recruitment process. When in doubt, contact usNuru Nigeria is a locally Led NGO with affiliates in the US, Kenya, Ethiopia and Burkina Faso. Nuru equips local leaders with tools and knowledge to lead their communities out of extreme poverty by integrating impact programs that address the most prevalent and fundamental challenges of extreme poverty around four areas of need: Hunger, Inability to Cope with Financial Shocks, Preventable Disease and Death, Lack of Access to Quality Education for Children.
Nuru Nigeria (NN) is a local NGO with affiliates in the US, Kenya, Ethiopia and Burkina Faso. Our mission is to build resilience corridors of strong, locally owned farmer cooperatives driving profitable livelihoods in vulnerable communities of the Northeast. Nuru Nigeria prioritizes the smallholder farmers it serves and works to cultivate lasting meaningful choices through community-led, community-driven, and community-sustained livelihood programs across the agriculture value chain. Nuru equips local leaders with the tools and knowledge to lead their communities out of extreme poverty by integrating impact programs that address the most prevalent and fundamental challenges of extreme poverty. We design training-based poverty solutions that promote self-reliance and service-mindedness to enable local leaders to continue scaling impact, long after
Nuru Nigeria staff has exited the project community. The Nuru Nigeria model focuses on growing community-led, community-driven and community-sustained profitable Farmer Associations and multipurpose Farmer Organizations through
agricultural production and productivity, livelihood diversification activities, income-generating activities and financial inclusion activities. Each of these activities is targeted at building the resilience of the communities affected by the activities of Boko Haram. Through women representation, resources and rights lenses, Nuru Nigeria deliberately targets women and youths in its engagement to ensure a holistic household inclusion, and a deliberate increase in income and nutrition.
Hence, Nuru Nigeria is partnering with GIZ to implement the building community resilience through agribusiness development (BC-RAD) project in Gombi, Hong and Michika LGAs aimed towards the economic development of rural households and building resilience corridors of smallholder farmers, with the establishment of systems designed to support local solutions to community problems. The program targets enhancing the production capacity of farmers in knowledge, resources and skills as a way of increasing the profitability and efficiency of their farms and business enterprises.
Halfway through the implementation of the BC-RAD project, NN wishes to conduct a midline assessment to provide a snapshot of progress, inform decision-making, and contribute to the overall success and sustainability of development initiatives while comparing with the baseline achievements recorded at the commencement of the BC-RAD project that provided a comprehensive assessment of the status quo of target beneficiaries before program implementation.
The objectives of the BC-RAD project are:
Scope of work
The scope of work for the Midline assessment covers the key results and the indicators for the
BC-RAD Result 1: Improved household incomes, food security, and resilience through sustainable, nutrition-sensitive agribusiness-led economic growth Adoption of sustainable agriculture practices by smallholder farmers
BC-RAD Result 2: Increased community financial resilience through enhanced private sector investment in the agriculture and public-private partnership in the provision of financial services
BC-RAD Result 3: Increased social cohesion among recovery communities in central and northern Adamawa State leading to economic resilience
The major deliverables from the Midline assessment are:
The annexes of the report should contain (but not be limited to):
OPENING, EVALUATION OF TENDERS AND SELECTION CRITERIA
The opening and examination of tenders is for the purpose of checking whether the tenders are complete and whether the tenders are generally in order. Tender Process; The following processes will be applied to this Tender:
The subsequent evaluation of the tenders shall be carried out in Yola by an Evaluation Committee made up of representatives of Nuru Nigeria. Tenders will be evaluated on the criteria listed below:
The tender package can download from the link in this publication
Order of arranging documents
NB: Only bidders that pass Administrative and Technical evaluation will proceed to Financial Evaluation.
The tenders can be submitted through the following:
Hand delivery of Physical bids receipt to the following address:
Nuru Nigeria – Yola Office
Plot No: Plot K46 Karewa GRA Jimeta Yola Between 8:30 am- 5:00 pm.
For e-bids submissions By Email to the following email addresses: To firstname.lastname@example.org Cc: email@example.com with the title “RFP-2023-006 Consultancy Service for Project Midline Survey. Whichever format is chosen, offers must be received by no later than the 6th December 2023 at 5:00 PM.
NB: Late bids submission will not be accepted, and will be returned to the Proponent or discarded. Also, all bids will be irrevocable after the Call for Tenders closing date.
Content of Tenders
The Tenderer must provide all the documents provided by NN in the tender package with other documents requested by NURU NIGERIA in compliance with the requirements set out. The proposal shall include, as a minimum:
This documents do not confer any binding contractual liability on NURU NIGERIA and failure to provide all of the above and in the formats stipulated will result to disqualification of the Tenderer’s proposal.
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