Title: UNICEF RFP-2017-9136869, Representative data collection exercise to reveal societal knowledge and perception towards UNICEF work in Moldova, with particular focus on children offenders and children victims of crimes..UN tender
Reg. no.: UN Tender17/01657
Launch date: 19 December 2017, 12:30 (GMT+2:00)
Extended deadline: 31 January 2018, 17:00 (GMT+2:00)
Procurement method: UN Tender
UNICEF Moldova Country Programme of Cooperation for 2018-2022 was developed to address persisting inequities and barriers to the realization of child rights.
Progress in implementation of the programme will be monitored in accordance with established indicators by using reliable means of verification. Sources of information will include the NBS, line ministries’ reports and thematic statistical publications. The vast majority of indicators have agreed baselines and targets. However, there are still missing data that need to be collected, such as data reflecting habits and knowledge, attitudes and practices of specialists and general public on certain topics/aspects of UNICEF work in Moldova.
In order to ensure quality, reliable and disaggregated data using a standard methodology that will guarantee full comparability between baseline and achieved results, UNICEF aims for conducting a representative data collection exercise to reveal societal knowledge and perception towards UNICEF work in Moldova, with particular focus on children offenders and children victims of crimes.
The purpose of the contract is to conduct a study, interviews and polls in order to provide quantitative and qualitative information to serve as baseline for the 2018-2022 Country Programme indicators:
- The level of UNICEF brand awareness among general population, including youth.
- Proportion of prosecutors, police, judges and lawyers believing in successful social re-integration of children offenders and children victims and witnesses of crimes;
- Proportion of members of the general public believing in successful social re-integration of children offenders and children victims and witnesses of crimes.
Qualifications and experience:
- Minimum 5 years experience in conducting qualitative and quantitative research;
- Proven previous experience of work in areas relevant for the announced consultancy (samples of previous work, copies of report summaries);
- Previous work with UNICEF or other UN agencies is an asset;
- Contractor must guarantee timely delivery of products;
- Contractor must have the ability to work under time pressure and be flexible enough to adjust to UNICEF needs and expectations.
For more details on deliverables and minimum requirements, please refer to the Terms of reference (ToR), annexed as Annex B to the attached RFP document.
How to apply: please find detailed information on how to apply for this assignment in the attached RFP document.