RFP : IDEAL Project – Consultant for Socialization and Train Government and Parliament in 3 District/Municipality within the West Java

RFP : Consultant for Socialization and Train Government and Parliament
on

UNCRPD & UU No 8 Tahun 2016 tentang Penyandang Disabilitas

in 3
District/Municipality within the West Java

 

 

Background

 

The
government reported that there is 532,130 CWD across Indonesia and the capacity to
response covers less than 20,000 CWD during six years (2010-2015). West
Java is the second province with high number of Children with Disabilities (CWDs)
in Indonesia. With the wide, varieties, and remote geographical area have given
West Java significant challenges on improving the quality of life of the CWDs
and their families. Almost all data on CWDs has shown the increase number of
CWDs each year. 

 

Poor
economic situation multiplies social barriers for CWDs. Official
government data
reported that 33% of CWD live in families earning less than USD 2 a day (70%
boys, 30% girls). CWD are more likely to experience poor health, yet they have
limited access to adequate nutrition, clean water, and health services. In
addition, misconceptions around disabilities often lead to discrimination and
exclusion of people with disabilities in the society. In particular, the
Ministry of Education recently estimated that 70% of school-aged CWD are not
participating in formal education. The number of CWD is under-estimated and
potentially increasing – WHO estimates that as many as 10-15% of Indonesia’s population is disabled, and
that an estimated 4.2 million of them are children.

 

In this second phase of the
project on Children with Disabilities, Save the Children an international NGO
and the world’s top independent charity for children in need through  Yayasan Sayangi Tunas Cilik has implemented
the project called Inclusive Community Development and School for All (IDEAL) which
targeting the work on increasing access to quality inclusive education for children with
disabilities to attain their right to education and protection for three years
(2016-2018) in 7 districts: Bandung District, West Bandung District, Garut
District, Bandung Municipal, Cimahi Municipal, Tasikmalaya District, and
Tasikmalaya Municipal.

 

An underlying problem for improving the situation
of CWD is lack of awareness among the public. CWD is often seen as a family
affair and many families keep the children isolated at home. Therapy services
are available but implies a cost that poor families cannot afford. It is very
important to address the disability when the child is very young, to reduce dependency
as they grow older. Therefore NGOs, CBOs, universities, government and also the
Parliament should be seen as stakeholders, to give the CWD a voice and to
provide capacity to implement the Convention
on the Rights of the Persons with Disabilities (UNCRPD).

 

Therefore,
project focus on promoting the rights of children with disabilities. Working
together with DPO, we will strengthen the local government’s also
the Parliament
understanding and awareness on UNCRC, and Undang-undang No 8 tahun 2016 tentang
Penyandang Disabilitas, especially the rights-based approach in the local
government budgeting and program. It aims to ensure that the government
provides quality social services for CWDs.

Position: Consultant (Company / NGO / University)1.    Experience
on implementing UNCRPD2.    Experience
in development training manual,
3.    Familiar
with children disability issues4.    Advance
in government & parliament training and mentoring

 

Objectives of the Consultancy: 

– Develop Training Manual for Socialization and
Train Government & Parliament on UNCRPD & UU No 8 Tahun 2016 tentang
Penyandang Disabilitas

– Develop handbook / guidebook on Socialization
and Train Government & Parliament on UNCRPD & UU No 8 Tahun 2016
tentang Penyandang Disabilitas

– Facilitate Socialization and Train Government
and Parliament on UNCRC & UU No 8 Tahun 2016 tentang Penyandang
Disabilitas (covers 3 districts)

–  Assist rights-based
approach in the local government budgeting and program

 

Deliverables:Report (cover all
target districts/municipalities) includes:
1.    Training manual for
Socialization and Train Government & Parliament on UNCRPD & UU No 8
Tahun 2016 tentang Penyandang Disabilitas2.    Handbook / guidebook for
Socialization and Train Government & Parliament on UNCRPD & UU No 8
Tahun 2016 tentang Penyandang Disabilitas
3.    Reports of Government
and Parliament training
and mentoringTargeted Area / participants
1.    Bandung
Municipal (35 participants)2.    Bandung
District (35 participants)
3.    West
Bandung District (35 participants)Time Frame
1.   
Submission of proposal: June 29, 2016 before 5 PM
Jakarta time2.   
Starting date: July 18, 2016
3.   
Final report due to Save the Children: December
15, 2016.Terms
of payment:
Costs to be paid are included costs for transportation and
accommodation. Payment
would be divided into 3 phases after deliverable submission below:

First Payment: 40%

Deliverable:

a.      Draft of training
manual for Socialization and Train Government & Parliament on UNCRPD &
UU No 8 Tahun 2016 tentang Penyandang Disabilitasb.      Draft of
handbook/guidebook for Socialization and Train Government & Parliament on
UNCRPD & UU No 8 Tahun 2016 tentang Penyandang Disabilitas

Second Payment: 40%

Deliverables:

a.     
Report of Socialization and Train
Government and Parliament on UNCRC & UU No 8 Tahun 2016 tentang Penyandang
Disabilitas covering 3
districts/municipalities

Final Payment: 20%

Deliverables:

a.     
Report on mentoring activities
Taxes: Save the Children will deduct
all applicable taxes (including income tax) from the consultant payments as
required by Indonesian law.Submission
of Proposal
Candidate
consultants must submit proposal in a sealed envelope by June 29, 2016 before 5
PM Jakarta time with a note on the envelope: RFP – IDEAL Project – <your company name>, to the following
address:Yayasan Sayangi
Tunas Cilik partner of Save the Children
Attn.
Procurement CommitteeJalan Kurdi Timur 1 No 1
Bandung 40243Phone: 022-
5203594
Fax : 022 – 5203597an electronic copy of
your proposal must be emailed to: [email protected]
on June 29, 2016
before 5 pm with a Subject: RFP – IDEAL Project – <your company name>. Please
do not send after mentioned date.

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