The overall goal of Output 1.2 is to induce behavioral change, transfer knowledge, serve a means of advocacy and be a key audio-visual tool belt in the education of the general public, as well as national and local decision makers and agents of change, regarding the right of PWDs to work, employment and entrepreneurship.

Address your application to: cv.liberia@aifo.it

 

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TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN

Ref. project: CAD-L 14819
Reference: 20S/2022_QR2_CAD-L
RE: Bid Proposal to conduct a Project Audit of the Coordinated Action on Disability in Liberia (CAD-L) Program for Year one of Implementation.

Dear Sir/Madam:

AIFO Liberia will be accepting bid proposals for the above referred project. Bid must be received by no later than June 30, 2022. Bids received after this date and/or time will not be accepted. The assignment is expected to commence in September 2022.

BACKGROUND
The purpose of this project is to change systems and institutions in Liberia to include persons with disabilities (PWDs) in development processes, where persons with disabilities, act as advocates and agents of change for an equitable and inclusive society.

The Coordinated Action on Disability in Liberia program coordinates the effort of duty bearers (employers, entrepreneurs, policy makers, the Police, amongst others), right based holders (persons with disabilities and leprosy patients), Organizations of persons with disabilities (DPOs) and of Women with disabilities (OWWDs), and the institutions and CSOs representing them, towards improving the economic independence of PWDs through access to socio-economic and sexual reproduction health rights (SRHRs) and the means of communications to advocate for their entitlements.

PURPOSE
The consultant will conduct a Project Audit that will provide input for AIFO Liberia on the financial, operational, and management of the Coordinated Action on Disability in Liberia (CAD-L) Project for its first year of implementation.

If you are interested in submitting a bid, submit all documents via email to cv.liberia@aifo.it. Please indicate in the subject line of the email: CAD-L Program Year One Implementation Audit. Ref: 20S/2022_QR2.

Your bid shall be reviewed by a vetting committee upon submission. The bid must include requested work items, conform to the project standards/specifications and be responsive, accurate, and cost reasonable.

The bid document shall comprise:
• A cover letter stating why you consider your service suitable for the assignment (1 page)
• The planned methodology for the assignment
• Most recent business registration and membership certificate of the Liberia Institute of
Certified Public Accountants (LICPA)
• CVs highlighting qualifications of the supervising team, and their experience
• Work references – contact details (e-mail addresses) of referees (for whom you’ve worked on similar assignments)
• A detailed budget indicating consultancy fee and a breakdown of expenses for the engagement • Signed copy of Annex 1 – Exclusion Criteria.

Requirements:
• The consultant shall be a certified auditor with competence to carry out the p r o j ec t audit in accordance with international audit standards issued by International Organization Federation of Accountants (IFAC).
• The consultant shall have significant experience of working with audit in Liberia.
• Engagement head must be a Qualified Accountant with at least five years’ experience in audit. • Excellent report writing skills.

AIFO Liberia will select the best consultant to perform all work required and the contract will be executed between AIFO Liberia and the winning consultant.

You are reminded to bid only on the service designated in this invitation. In the event where AIFO Liberia request additional work or deletion of any portion of the service, those works, along with costs, shall be listed on a separate document. All additional services will be considered separately from the base bid and consideration of any changes will be negotiated with AIFO Liberia after the bid opening.

AIFO Liberia has the right to reject any and all bids at their sole discretion. Should you have any questions, or concerns about this service, please contact Leonardo Volpetti at leonardo.volpetti@aifo.it for clarification prior to bidding. You are reminded that your bid should be inclusive of all taxes, fees, permits and all other costs.

Upon selection of the winning consultant, AIFO Liberia will send a bid award notice. The bid award notice will advise the selected consultant of the date, time and location of the pre-work conference that must take place, before any part of the service can begin. Upon satisfactory completion of the pre-work conference, AIFO Liberia will issue a “Notice to Proceed”.

Thank you for your consideration of this invitation to bid,
Yours Sincerely,

 

AIFO Liberia seeks a Assistive Technology Specialist (National Consultant) for the “Coordinated Action on Disability in Liberia” program, which is funded by Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA). The objective of this assignment is to establish the CAD-L Assistive Technology (AT) Approach and spearhead the identification of concrete areas of AT intervention for CAD-L to boost the efforts of the Ministry of Health (Division of Neglected Diseases) Non Communicable Diseases and Injuries (NCDI) Unit, the NCD and national and international stakeholders to implement the recommendation of the 2020 AT, Country Assessment report.

How to respond to this call for proposals
All applications should be sent via email to cv.liberia@aifo.it and Ms. Melany Oey (Chief of Party):
melany.oey@aifo.it Please indicate in the subject line of the email: CAD-L Program AT Specialist. Ref: 13S/2022_QR2_CAD-L

The deadline for submission is 31 May 2022 (extended).

AIFO is an International NGO with headquarters in Bologna, Italy, working in the field of international health
cooperation and disability since 1961. AIFO operates in Liberia since 1997. AIFO Liberia’s mission focuses on
the promotion of disability rights, building the capacity of local Disabled People Organizations (DPOs) and on
fostering economic independence for People with Disabilities (PWDs).

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AIFO Liberia seeks a Assistive Technology Specialist (Consultant) for the “Coordinated Action on Disability in Liberia” program, which is funded by Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA). The objective of this assignment is to establish the CAD-L Assistive Technology (AT) Approach and spearhead the identification
of concrete areas of AT intervention for CAD-L to boost the efforts of the Ministry of Health (Division of Neglected Diseases) Non Communicable Diseases and Injuries (NCDI) Unit, the NCD and national and international stakeholders to implement the recommendation of the 2020 AT, Country Assessment report.

How to respond to this call for proposals
All applications should be sent via email to cv.liberia@aifo.it and Ms. Melany Oey (Chief of Party):
melany.oey@aifo.it. Please indicate in the subject line of the email: CAD-L Program AT Specialist. Ref: 13S
/2022_QR2_CAD-L

The deadline for submission is 30 April 2022.

AIFO is an International NGO with headquarters in Bologna, Italy, working in the field of international health
cooperation and disability since 1961. AIFO operates in Liberia since 1997. AIFO Liberia’s mission focuses on
the promotion of disability rights, building the capacity of local Disabled People Organizations (DPOs) and on
fostering economic independence for People with Disabilities (PWDs).

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AIFO Liberia seeks a consultant to conduct an external Mid Term evaluation for “Voices for Inclusion and Civil Society Empowerment” (VOICE). VOICE is a two-year innovative project (01/02/2021-31/01/2023) funded by the European Union. The objective of this assignment is to provide an in-depth analysis of the projects’ implementation processes and results in its first phase

AIFO is an International NGO with headquarters in Bologna, Italy, working in the field of international health cooperation and disability since 1961. AIFO operates in Liberia since 1997. AIFO Liberia’s mission focuses on the promotion of disability rights, building the capacity of local Disabled People Organizations (DPOs) and on fostering economic independence for People with Disabilities (PWDs).

How to respond to this request for proposal

Interested candidates are invited to request for a copy of the project log frame and M&E plan for reference by sending an email with subject line VOICE Project Mid Term evaluation to nibo.browne@aifo.it.

The proposal shall comprise:

  • A cover letter stating why you consider your service appropriate for the assignment (1 page)
  • CV highlighting qualifications and experience in similar projects
  • Work references – contact details (e-mail addresses) of referees (firms for whom you’ve produced similar assignments)
  • A brief document explaining the methodology on the approach and implementation of the assignment
  • A detailed budget indicating consultancy fee and a breakdown of expenses (unit price together with any other expenses) related to the assignment

Interested individuals/institutions/firms should have:

  • Relevant academic degree (master level) in economics, statistics, sociology or other similar studies
  • A minimum of five years’ experience and expertise in project evaluation, social research, including social science methods
  • Conducted at least three Project evaluations in the last five years ideally in the relevant field
  • Knowledge and working experience of Liberia with focus on topics such as disability, socio-economic inclusion, awareness campaigns, livelihood and skill training
  • Experience and expertise in evaluating cross-cutting issues
  • Experience in qualitative and quantitative data analysis
  • Excellent report writing skills

 

All applications should be sent via email to cv.liberia@aifo.it  and CC to leonardo.volpetti@aifo.it  and nibo.browne@aifo.it

Please indicate in the subject line of the email: VOICE MID TERM EVALUATION.

The deadline for submission is 30 April 2022.

 

AIFO Liberia is currently seeking to recruit or hire a Gender Analysis Consultant to conduct gender analysis on the Deaf and Hard of Hearing persons and the disable community in general under the project “Voices for Inclusion and Civil Society Empowerment (VOICE) – Disabled People Organisations stepping up for people with disabilities rights in Liberia”, funded by the European Union (EU) – CSO-LA/2020/421-002.

The European Union
For more information on the European Union and the Delegation of the European Union to Liberia, please refer to website of the Delegation of the European Union to Liberia.

AIFO Liberia
The Italian Association Amici di Raoul Follereau (AIFO) is an Italian non-for-profit organisation that has been present in Liberia since 1997. AIFO Liberia offers opportunities for people affected by leprosy, persons with disabilities (PWDs), women/children and members from vulnerable and marginalised communities to lead a better quality of life. AIFO Liberia focuses on healthcare and economic empowerment to provide a better quality of life and create large scale positive change. AIFO Liberia is accredited by the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning, Republic of Liberia; accreditation number 0094.

About the Role
This is a one-month contract, with no extension. The concentration area of the actions includes, Greater Monrovia-Montserrado, Sanjeh-Bomi and Garr Bain-Nimba Counties. The Gender Analysis Consultant will work full-time in collaboration and consultation with the AIFO Project team and partners and he/she will report to AIFO Country Director.

Qualified women and men with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply. Please be informed that this is a national position, so the terms and conditions of Liberian employees will apply.

 

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About AIFO Liberia
The “Association Friends of Raoul Follereau” (AIFO) is an Italian non-for-profit organisation that has been present in Liberia since 1997. AIFO Liberia offers opportunities for people affected by leprosy, persons with disabilities (PWDs), women/children and members from vulnerable and marginalised communities to lead a better quality of life. AIFO Liberia focuses on healthcare and economic empowerment to provide a better quality of life and create large scale positive change. AIFO Liberia is accredited by the Ministry of Finance and Development Planning, Republic of Liberia; accreditation number 0094.

About the Bid
AIFO Liberia is considering to contract an experienced Website Service Provider to redesign, host, and manage its website for information sharing with a wider audience as part of its communications and visibility strategies. Duration to complete such task and have the redesigned website live online is January 20, 2022 – February 20, 2022. Please see details in annex 1.
The procedure will be carried out according to the principles of transparency, proportionality, equality of treatment, traceability equal treatment and non-discrimination.

The selection will be based according to the best value for money principle.

Please consider that your proposal must be submitted at the latest by : January 15, 2022
All proposals should be sent via email to aifoliberia@gmail.com

 

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AIFO is an International NGO with headquarters in Bologna, Italy, focusing in the field of international health cooperation and disability since 1961. AIFO began its Liberia’s operation since 1997. AIFO Liberia’s mission is the promotion of disability rights, building the capacity of local Disabled People Organizations (DPOs) and on fostering economic independence for People with Disabilities (PWDs).

I. INTRODUCTION:
Generation Information
AIFO is requesting proposals (RFP) from qualified licensed LICPA firms to perform a professional auditing services to audit its financial statements for:
1. the financial year ended December 31, 2020 (to begin this April), and
2. its SIDA funded Coordinated Action on Disability (CAD-L) inception phase project for 01 January 2020 to 31 May 2021 (to start in June, 2021).

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Background

AIFO is an International NGO with headquarters in Bologna, Italy, working in the field of international health cooperation and disability since 1961. AIFO operates in Liberia since 1997. AIFO Liberia’s mission focuses on the promotion of disability rights, building the capacity of local Disabled People Organizations (DPOs) and on fostering economic independence for People with Disabilities (PWDs).
The Swedish (SIDA 2016 – 2020) strategy for development cooperation in Liberia poses distinct attention to gender equality, respect of human rights and democracy, as critical principles backing the enjoyment of development and developmental programs in the country. The strategy also recognizes the need to work with duty bearers (the state) and right holders (the citizenry) to ensure development programs are demand-driven, transparent, sustainable and locally owned.
With overarching strategic direction, AIFO and SIDA entered an agreement in December of 2019, for the development of a proposal for an action promoting the human rights of people with disability in Liberia. The agreement decided on an inception phase of one year, which extended by five months until May 2021 due to the global crisis, COVID-19. The activities started in July 2020…..

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