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Request for Proposal (RFP) for Vehicles (SUV 4WD) for ACCESS 2 Program

Description The ACCESS 2 Program is calling for quotations from qualified supplier to provide vehicle for program:

Number of vehicles:
The purpose of this call for quotations is to provide 01 project vehicle: 4 x 4 the vehicle will be mainly use for daily activities of the ACCESS 2 program.Eligible Supplier Must:
Possess a valid business license & have authorization to import vehicles.

 

About the Program 

Phase 2 of the Australia-Cambodia Cooperation for Equitable Sustainable Services program (ACCESS 2) marks a continuation of Australia’s flagship bilateral investment in gender equality, disability, rehabilitation, and social inclusion in Cambodia. ACCESS 2 supports the Royal Government of Cambodia’s (RGC) key policies and strategies, such as the National Action Plan to Prevent Violence Against Women (NAVAW) and the National Disability Strategic Plan (NDSP). It provides a shared commitment to improving service delivery for survivors of gender-based violence (GBV) and persons with disabilities in Cambodia.

ACCESS 2 plans to work collaboratively with relevant RGC ministries/institutions, (including the Ministry of Women’s Affairs (MoWA), Ministry of Social Affairs, Veterans and Youth Rehabilitation (MoSVY), the Disability Action Council (DAC), the Ministry of Health (MoH), and the National Committee for Sub-national Democratic Development Secretariat (NCDD-S). ACCESS 2 recognises the two-way connection between national and subnational levels that is necessary for grounded policy and inclusive service delivery. This means increased sub-national level engagement to effectively operationalise strategy, policy and technical capacity development.

 

The Goal of ACCESS 2 is: Persons with disabilities and survivors of GBV benefit from access to quality and coordinated services as outlined under the RGC’s NDSP and NAPVAW.

  1. By 2028, select service providers deliver higher quality GBV and disability services to increasing numbers of people in the target provinces.
  2. By 2028, select national and sub-national policy and planning processes respond to the priorities of survivors of GBV and people with disabilities.
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Deadline 31/07/2021

Job Title Consultancy to conduct a Baseline Study and Set Target Values for ACCESS 2 Program Indicators
Summary of Position
  • Currently, ACCESS 2 is seeking a consultant/consulting team, or a firm to:
    • conduct a baseline study, for ACCESS 2,
    • including setting target values for the program’s indicators.

About the Program 

Phase 2 of the Australia-Cambodia Cooperation for Equitable Sustainable Services program (ACCESS 2) marks a continuation of Australia’s flagship bilateral investment in gender equality, disability, rehabilitation, and social inclusion in Cambodia. ACCESS 2 supports the Royal Government of Cambodia’s (RGC) key policies and strategies, such as the National Action Plan to Prevent Violence Against Women (NAVAW) and the National Disability Strategic Plan (NDSP). It provides a shared commitment to improving service delivery for survivors of gender-based violence (GBV) and persons with disabilities in Cambodia.

ACCESS 2 plans to work collaboratively with relevant RGC ministries/institutions, (including the Ministry of Women’s Affairs (MoWA), Ministry of Social Affairs, Veterans and Youth Rehabilitation (MoSVY), the Disability Action Council (DAC), the Ministry of Health (MoH), and the National Committee for Sub-national Democratic Development Secretariat (NCDD-S). ACCESS 2 recognises the two-way connection between national and subnational levels that is necessary for grounded policy and inclusive service delivery. This means increased sub-national level engagement to effectively operationalise strategy, policy and technical capacity development.

 

The Goal of ACCESS 2 is: Persons with disabilities and survivors of GBV benefit from access to quality and coordinated services as outlined under the RGC’s NDSP and NAPVAW.

  1. By 2028, select service providers deliver higher quality GBV and disability services to increasing numbers of people in the target provinces.
  2. By 2028, select national and sub-national policy and planning processes respond to the priorities of survivors of GBV and people with disabilities.
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Deadline 16/07/2024