Tender for -œDevelopment of Interactive Voice Response (IVR) platform and corresponding informative and entertaining storytelling for behaviour change"
Concern Worldwide is an international humanitarian organization dedicated to reducing suffering and ending extreme poverty.
Concern with financial assistance from OFDA invites tenderers to bid for the consultancy for "Development of Interactive Voice Response (IVR) platform and corresponding informative and entertaining storytelling for behaviour change"
Concern Worldwide reserves the right to reject any bids and to cancel the procurement process wholly or in part without assigning and or giving reason(s) for its decisions. Concern is not bound to accept the lowest bidder. The decision of the tender committee will be final.
Concern Worldwide (CWW) and the Institute for Global Health at University College London (UCL), have jointly been awarded a research project to conduct a randomized cluster controlled trial of cash transfers with health and nutrition related behavioral change communication through mobile audio messaging. The study will investigate the effectiveness of the intervention against risk factors for acute child malnutrition. The trial will be conducted amongst IDP living in the Mogadishu-Afgoye Corridor. The trial was funded by OFDA for a period of 24 months full time and led by Concern Worldwide.
The following are the main assignments to be undertaken under this service contract:
Development of an IVR platform connected to the Hormuud telecommunications network in Somalia. With potential for scalability to other services providers in the future
Creation of informative and entertaining messages/dramas/jingles covering six or more defined health and nutrition topic areas for a period of 12 months.
Details on tender submission and other terms and conditions are stated in the tender documents.
How to apply:
Complete tender documents can be obtained from Concern Worldwide Office, Wadajir District, Km 5 Area, Mogadishu - Somalia during normal working hours (Sunday to Thursday from 08:00am to 17:00pm) or can be downloaded from: www.concern.net/about/supplies
Deadline for tender submission is 1600 hours GMT on Friday, 18th May 2018.