Cambodia Countering Trafficking-in-Persons
Request for Concept Notes
Project Title : Improved Systems to monitor supply chain to prevent forced labor
Project Period : 1 year
Grant Amount : 50,000US Dollars per Year (with possibility of extensions)
1. General Information
Winrock International implement the USAID- Countering Trafficking-in-Persons (CTIP) in Cambodia through a holistic, multi-pronged approach; the four-year program aims to bolster the capacity of communities and government actors in coordination with private sector and development partners.
Winrock international is going to provide 50,000$ grant to a local or international NGO to implement a one-year program (with possibility of extensions) to introduce or strengthened Systems to monitor supply chain to prevent forced labor.
1- The project has to be implemented in Cambodia, addressing the sectors at high risk of exploitation, as construction, fishing and entertainment work, but also other sectors may be included.
2- Contributions and involvement of private sector are strongly encouraged.
3- Active participation of workers from sectors at high risk of exploitation in designing and implementing the project is strongly encouraged.
4- The project has to show increased protection of workers and ways to monitor and report abuses that are sustainable and effective. The project should show how those systems will prevent forced labor and improve working conditions.
5- Often training to employers do not lead to substantial changes and monitoring is challenging and systems not sustainable. Successful applicants will show how to overcome those challenges proposing innovative and realistic solutions.
6- Concept note should be max 4 pages, including short analysis of the problem and proposed solutions, goals and targets.
7- Winrock international is going to shortlist up to 4 concept notes and then ask for submission of full proposals
• USAID CTIP has standard templates of concept note, and information form for use in preparing and submitting a concept note.
• Please visit the link for online application https://ctipcambodia.wordpress.com/concept-note/
• For further information please contact USAID CTIP office Phnom Penh Center, Building H, Room 183, Sothearos Blvd, Phnom Penh Cambodia or contact Grant Manager at firstname.lastname@example.org or 023 212 334 / 012 992 354
Submission: Please submit a bid to WI Cambodia via. The closing date is January 23, 2017 by 5:00pm.