The Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) is Switzerland’s international cooperation agency within the Federal Department of Foreign Affairs of the Swiss Government. SDC supports government and non-government actors in their aim to alleviate poverty, graduate from the group of Least Developed Countries, and become equal and empowered partners in the global community. SDC’s core mandate is poverty reduction. Based on the analysis of root causes of poverty, the 2013-2017 Mekong Region Strategy defines ethnic inclusion as one of the transversal themes for the entire program.
Plan in Vietnam is looking for a qualified consultant(s) to complete the evaluation of the progress made in elimination of child poverty in Phu Tho province. Please find the attached ToR for more details.
CARE International in Vietnam is a Non-Governmental Organisation representing the CARE International network in Vietnam since 1989. CARE in Vietnam contributes to the global effort on eliminating poverty and hunger, particularly for vulnerable and marginalized groups. In Vietnam, to achieve this, we work with Vietnamese partners across sectors such as health services, rural livelihood development, disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation.
Plan in Vietnam is looking for a consultant team to design and conduct a study on Plan’s preschool intervention modality which has been carried out in all of Plan’s program areas in Vietnam. Please refer to the TOR for more details.
Interested individuals should send application to:
Project: Quan Ba Integrated Community Development Project – Phase II (Quan Ba IDCP 2)
Construction work: Dao Guest House – a construction work reflects traditional architecture of Dao ethnic minority in Nam Dam village, Quan Ba disctrict of Ha Giang Province. The house will have 2 floors and 5 bedrooms to accommodate mid-range tourists and to act as a focal point for the coordination of other tourism activities in the village. The construction is planned to be started by end of July 2014 and completed in mid-October 2014.
Construction location: Nam Dam village, Quan Ba district, Ha Giang province
SNV is looking for a qualified consultant to deliver the research on cinnamon supply chain in Yen Bai province. Further information can be found in the attached ToR.
The (technical and financial) proposals should be prepared in English and sent in hard copy or by email to:
Mr. Le Anh Tuan Senior Sustainable Markets Advisor Spice of Life project manager Mobile: 84 - 4 903 446 986 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org SNV Vietnam Building B, La Thanh Hotel, 218 Doi Can Street, Ba Dinh Ha Noi, Viet Nam Tel: 84-4 38463791 ext 104 Fax: 84-4 38463794
Recruiting a national consulting firm to develop in-deep training program, curriculum and materials for the staff in charge of Public Administration Reform in different levels
Project: Strengthening the impacts of public administration in Ha Tinh province
Implementation of the project for “Strengthening the impact of Public Administration Reform in Ha Tinh province” was assigned by Vietnam Government to Ha Tinh PPC at Letter No.1531/TTg-QHQT dated September 25, 2012. The project is funded by UNDP and other donors through One UN Fund.
VVOB is recruiting a group of national expert to adjust the training module on Corner Work from LSS to Early Education and TOT training facilitation in July, 2014- August, 2015. Please find the ToR for details.
Interested applicants are invited to submit proposals and CVs, including 3 reference persons with contact details, to the email address: Huong.NTL@vvob.be
REQUEST FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST for individual consulting services of International consultant to develop advanced ECE professional development modules; International consultant to develop e-learning for ECE training modules; International consultant to develop community-based ECE service model
The Vietnam School Readiness Promotion Project (SRPP) is financed by the World Bank and implemented by Ministry of Education and Training. The Project is seeking three international consultants including: