Aasaman Nepal (ASN)
Terms of Reference (ToR)
End-line Survey of TBR, Siraha
|Project Title||Transboundary Flood Resilience in Kamala River Basin|
|Fund Partner||Lutheran World Relief (LWR) and Deutsche Welt Hunger Hilfe (WHH)|
|Type of Project||Disaster Risk Reducation (DRR)|
|Type of Study||End-line Survey|
|Survey Location||Siraha Municipality, ward no. 5,6,12,13,17|
About Aasaman Nepal
Aasaman Nepal (ASN) is one of the leading Terai based NGOs led and managed by social activists since its establishment in Dhanusha, Janakpur in 1999. ASN has been engaged in developing and implementing programme aimed at protection, promotion and fulfillment of child rights in Nepal. It has been working in more than 12 projects covering 15 districts of Nepal. It works in close collaboration with local institution and authorities in partnership with development partners like UNICEF, UNESCO, VSO, UN Women, European Union, Welt Hunger Hilfe, Lutheran World Relief, People in Need, Swiss Contact, Norwegian Embassy, Population Service international, Street Child of Nepal, UN women, World Education, Kindernothilfe in Kathmandu, as well as governmental organizations like the Center for Education and Human Resource Development (CEHRD), MOFALD.
ASN has strong foundations at local level with marginalized people and their institutions including a child rights forum. It has shown its impact with rights holders and authorities in the areas of child rights, child protection, quality education and livelihood support.
Aasaman Nepal with the support from Lutheran World Relief (LWR) and Deutsche Welt Hunger Hilfe (WHH) has been implementing the project “Trans-boundary Flood Resilience in Kamala River Basin” since January 2018. The project aims to improve community disaster preparedness for effective response at local, district and national level by strengthening institutions complemented by national advocacy and by establishing an early warning information management system and community based disaster risk reduction, mitigation measures to contribute to improve Disaster Risk Management (DRM) and resilience of the communities towards future flooding hazards.
The overall goal of the project is to help flood affected household of trans-boundary communities at Kamala River basin in Nepal and India less vulnerable and more resilient to monsoonal flooding.The specific objectives of the project are:
- To strengthen community based DRR and early warning systems of trans-boundary communities of Kamala river basin.
- To improve the safety net options among flood vulnerable households of the community residing Trans-boundary Kamala River Basin.
- To improve the livelihoods of flood affected trans-boundary communities of Kamala river basin.
Further the program aims to achieve the significant outcomes, which is attached in the Detail TOR below:
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About the Assignment
The project “Trans-boundary Flood Resilience in Kamala River Basin” is being implemented in Siraha Municipality, ward no: 5, 6, 12, 13 and 17.In early 2018, the project had commissioned a third party baseline survey in the target communities. Since the Project is going to end in December 31 2019, Aasaman Nepal intends to conduct an independent end-line survey to determine the changes delivered by the project across all five impact areas mentioned above and undertake comparative analysis against the baseline survey indicators. Moreover, the end-line assessment is intended to assess the progress made by the project in fulfilling its agreed objectives through the planned activities; to evaluate the relevance of the project to the implementation areas; and to assess the efficiency and effectiveness with which resources have been used to generate results and achieve project objectives.
The detail of scope of work, Methodology, Expected Deliverable, Time Frame, Criteria regarding Qualification and Experience and other details have been mentioned in the Detail TOR attached herewith.
- CV(s) of the Proposed consultant(s)
- For firms: copies of – firm registration certificate, VAT registration certificate, Latest tax clearance certificate, Tax Exempted by the government, a copy of tax exemption certificate should have submitted.
For Individual: Copy of citizenship of certificate and VAT Registration certificate.
Interested private firms and individuals, who meet the above requirements, should apply by submitting their Expression of Interest (EoI) with Concept Note (not more than 3 pages). The outlines should include the methodology, similar work experiences, brief technical description and capacity of team proposed and estimated budget to accomplish the aforementioned tasks with subject line “Endline Survey- Trans-boundary Flood Resilience in Kamala River Basin” to the following email address. Hard copy can be submitted to the Aasaman Nepal address below.
The closing date for applications is 11th November, 2019. Only short-listed applicants will be contacted for interview. The short-listed applicant will be required to present their proposed methodology and previous similar experiences.
Aasaman Nepal, Mahalaxmisthan, Lalitpur
Email: [email protected]