IDEO Project Management Unit – World Concern Development Organization invites the qualified and eligible suppliers to submit the quotations for the package No. 14: “Providing additional office equipments for model classrooms and project activities”, please kindly see the details in the attached file.
The quotations must be sealed and sent to:
World Concern Development Orfanization – IDEO Project Add: Suite1403, No. 101 Lang Ha, Dong Da, Ha Noi Tell: 04-3562 6310, Fax: 04-3562 6312
The quotations should be submitted no later than 14.00 pm 21 August 2014.
The Trust Fund for Forests (TFF) is a multi-donor trust fund to address sectoral priorities to achieve the protection of the environment, improve livelihoods of people in forest dependent areas and enhance the contribution of forestry to the national economy.
TFF is seeking short-term consultants including one international consultant and one national consultant (group of consultants is preferable) to carry out the final evaluation of “Reviewing management and production situation of state forest enterprises and forest companies aiming at recommending development orientation, developing policy and management purpose (SFE)” project.
The USAID Forests and Deltas Program in Vietnam is seeking for a National Consultant team/company to conduct the “Investigation of erosion and climate change impacts in Long An”. More details can be found in the attached request for proposal.
Deadline for proposal submission: August 20th 2014.
World Concern is seeking to recruit an international trainer and a national trainer in speech therapy training for its Intergenerational Deaf Education Outreach (IDEO) Project. Please find the ToRs for more details.
Interested candidates are requested to send a letter of application and their CV with details of qualifications, experience and references via email to IDEO@wcasia.org; firstname.lastname@example.org; email@example.com by 20 August 2014.
Habitat for Humanity International’s vision is a world where everyone has a decent place to live. Anchored by the conviction that safe and affordable housing provides a critical foundation for breaking the cycle of poverty, Habitat has helped more than 3 million people construct, rehabilitate or preserve homes since 1976. Habitat also advocates for fair and just housing policies and provides training and access to resources to help more families improve their shelter conditions. Habitat works in more than 70 countries and welcomes people of all races, religions and nationalities to partner in its mission.
Project: Wildlife Consumption in Vietnam: Reforming policies and practices to strengthen biodiversity conservation (WLC project) Implementing agency: Biodiversity Conservation Agency, Vietnam Environment Administration Donor: Global Environment Fund through World Bank
The Project Management Unit of WLC project is calling for consultant service for the procurement package CS9- Development of a baseline data and reporting system for illegal wildlife trade and consumption and pilot operation in Hanoi
In Vietnam, CARE works since 1991 with the poorest and most marginalized communities to address the root causes of poverty and vulnerability. In 2013 we work across 19 provinces and at the national level to achieve significant and lasting change for two vulnerable and marginalized groups; remote ethnic minorities and socially marginalized people in urban settings. CARE Vietnam is addressing the underlying causes of poverty and social injustice by:
Strengthening and building individual, organizational and institutional capacities
Building partnerships to facilitate long term sustainable change