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Education Support in Malawi (ESM).

Department for International Development (DFID) | Published June 20, 2015  -  Deadline July 24, 2015
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71530000

Project Purpose: The purpose of ESM is to improve access to and quality of education in Malawi.An 11 590 000 GBP investment comprising 7 000 000 GBP capital for education infrastructure, 4 400 000 GBP support to MERIT (Malawi Early Reading Improvement Activity) and 190 000 GBP for technical support over two years. These high impact investments delivered by the private sector and non-state partners support national education priorities and complement DFID’s ongoing major investment in girl’s education in Malawi. What are the expected results?The impact of this programme will be an increase in number of children (boys and girls) successfully completing primary school with improved learning outcomes. The outcome of this programme will be improved access to and quality of education in Malawi which will be measured through the number of learners who have access to an improved learning environment (31,488 learners p.a.; 629,760 over the next 20 years) and the availability of quality foundational literacy in early grades. The outputs will be: a. Expanded and more equitable access to primary education(i) School construction, including WASH facilities, completed at 48 sites (ii) IT resource rooms constructed at 12 sites(iii) 31,488 learners p.a. have access to improved learning sites b. Improved early grade reading instruction in 5 600 Malawian schools across all 34 education districts(i) Teacher training delivered to all standards 1 — 4 teachers in literacy(ii) Early grade reading instruction delivered standard 1 — 4 children in 34 districts(iii) Increase access to digital numeracy instruction for 3 000 children p.a.c. Improved policy environment, curriculum and measurement of literacy for all Standard 1 — 4 pupils (i) Strengthened policy environment to support early grade learning(ii) National Reading Strategy (NRS) operational in Malawi(iii) Measurement of Standard 4 learning outcomes We are hoping to have Early Market Engagement WC 4.5.2015. Attendance can be in person in DFID Malawi or by VC in Abercrombie House or DFID South Africa. Suppliers will be required to register for the event.

Education Support in Malawi (ESM).

Department for International Development (DFID) | Published April 4, 2015
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75211200

Project Purpose: The purpose of ESM is to improve access to and quality of education in Malawi. An 11.59 m GBP investment comprising 7 m GBP capital for education infrastructure, £4.4m support to MERIT (Malawi Early Reading Improvement Activity) and 0.19 m GBP for technical support over two years. These high impact investments delivered by the private sector and non-state partners support national education priorities and complement DFID's ongoing major investment in girl's education in Malawi. What are the expected results?The impact of this programme will be an increase in number of children (boys and girls) successfully completing primary school with improved learning outcomes. The outcome of this programme will be improved access to and quality of education in Malawi which will be measured through the number of learners who have access to an improved learning environment (31,488 learners p.a.; 629,760 over the next 20 years) and the availability of quality foundational literacy in early grades. The outputs will be: a. Expanded and more equitable access to primary education(i) School construction, including WASH facilities, completed at 48 sites (ii) IT resource rooms constructed at 12 sites(iii) 31,488 learners p.a. have access to improved learning sites b. Improved early grade reading instruction in 5600 Malawian schools across all 34 education districts(i) Teacher training delivered to all standards 1 – 4 teachers in literacy(ii) Early grade reading instruction delivered standard 1 – 4 children in 34 districts(iii) Increase access to digital numeracy instruction for 3 000 children p.a.c. Improved policy environment, curriculum and measurement of literacy for all Standard 1-4 pupils (i) Strengthened policy environment to support early grade learning(ii) National Reading Strategy (NRS) operational in Malawi(iii) Measurement of Standard 4 learning outcomes.

Education Technology to raise Learning Outcomes

DFID | Published October 8, 2016
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75211200

Education Technology to raise Learning Outcomes.

Punjab Education Reform Roadmap.

Department for International Development (DFID) | Published January 22, 2016
Winner
McKinsey & Company, Inc.
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75211200

The Punjab Education Reform Roadmap is a flagship programme which engages political leaders to get their buy-in for reform. Punjab is the largest province in Pakistan with 56 % of the country's population. It has the highest number of out of school children (approximately 13 000 000 6-16 year olds) and children have low learning levels. Sir Michael Barber, DFID Special Representative for Education in Pakistan, visits every 2 to 3 months (pro bono) to review progress on access, retention, completion and quality with the Chief Minister of Punjab. This ground breaking ‘Roadmap’ approach was established by Sir Michael in 2010. By compiling robust data and presenting it to the Chief Minister through traffic light heat maps, the Roadmap process has been able to address tough issues like shifting from patronage to merit based appointments, and addressing the relative performance of schools across Punjab. This has also strengthened Government monitoring systems and transparency of reporting. Ambition is high and the Chief Minister has recently set new 2018 goals for the Punjab education system. As of January 2015, these goals form the basis of a new Roadmap and focus on high quality teaching and learning; strong leadership and accountability; a conducive learning environment; and high quality school infrastructure. If the Roadmap is successful in assisting the Punjab government meet its 2018 goals, a more sustainable education system will be in place by 2018/19 and the Roadmap will become an internal Government process. The technical assistance team is integral to the success of the Roadmap and will need to: form a close political relationship and work politically with the Government of Punjab at the highest level; be able to work with the Special Representative; have experience of policy, planning and implementation of large scale education reform; possess technical ability in the areas of data collection, analysis and presentation; be able to be responsive, flexible and work at pace; have proven capacity to analyse, problem solve and overcome barriers to change; and understand the wider context in which the Roadmap operates in Punjab (including the Punjab Education Support Programme II (PESP II)). The Roadmap boosts results derived from DFID's financial support and other technical assistance under PESP II (total value 420 500 000 GBP from FY 2013 to 2019; DFID's largest education programme globally) which provides broader implementation support on priorities identified in the PESP II business case.

Punjab Education Reform Roadmap.

Department for International Development (DFID) | Published April 18, 2015
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75211200

The Punjab Education Reform Roadmap is a flagship programme which engages political leaders to get their buy-in for reform. Punjab is the largest province in Pakistan with 56 % of the country's population. It has the highest number of out of school children (approximately 13 million 6-16 year olds) and children have low learning levels. Sir Michael Barber, DFID Special Representative for Education in Pakistan, visits every two to three months (pro bono) to review progress on access, retention, completion and quality with the Chief Minister of Punjab. This ground breaking ‘Roadmap' approach was established by Sir Michael in 2010. By compiling robust data and presenting it to the Chief Minister through traffic light heat maps, the Roadmap process has been able to address tough issues like shifting from patronage to merit based appointments, and addressing the relative performance of schools across Punjab. This has also strengthened Government monitoring systems and transparency of reporting. Ambition is high and the Chief Minister has recently set new 2018 goals for the Punjab education system. As of January 2015, these goals form the basis of a new Roadmap and focus on high quality teaching and learning; strong leadership and accountability; a conducive learning environment; and high quality school infrastructure. If the Roadmap is successful in assisting the Punjab government meet its 2018 goals, a more sustainable education system will be in place by 2018/19 and the Roadmap will become an internal Government process. The technical assistance team is integral to the success of the Roadmap and will need to: form a close political relationship and work politically with the Government of Punjab at the highest level; be able to work with the Special Representative; have experience of policy, planning and implementation of large scale education reform; possess technical ability in the areas of data collection, analysis and presentation; be able to be responsive, flexible and work at pace; have proven capacity to analyse, problem solve and overcome barriers to change; and understand the wider context in which the Roadmap operates in Punjab (including the Punjab Education Support Programme II (PESP II)). The Roadmap boosts results derived from DFID's financial support and other technical assistance under PESP II (total value 420 500 000 GBP from FY 2013 to 2019; DFID's largest education programme globally) which provides broader implementation support on priorities identified in the PESP II business case. This is a Prior Information Notice (PIN) only: publication and call for competition will be conducted once scope of work is fully defined and approved.

DFID 7279 Syria: Governance Through Education

 | Published February 29, 2016
Winner
Adam Smith International
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75211000

Actual CPV code is ‘75211200 Foreign Economic-Aid Related Services’. The objective of the Governance Through Education programme is: Strengthened governance structures delivering vital education services to people in the parts of Syria supported by moderate actors.

Strengthening Education Systems for Improved Learning (SESIL)

Procurement | Published June 10, 2016
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75211200

Strengthening Education Systems for Improved Learning (SESIL).

Developing Effective Private Education Nigeria Challenge Fund

Department for International Development | Published April 2, 2016
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75211200

Developing Effective Private Education Nigeria Challenge Fund.

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Education Sector Programme (KESP) 2.

Procurement | Published July 17, 2015
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75211200

The Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Education Sector Programme (KESP) is a flagship DFID education programme that supports the Government of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa (GoKP) to deliver equitable access to better quality education across the whole province through sector budget support and technical assistance. Khyber Pakhtunkhwa's (KP) education indicators are among the poorest in Pakistan, a country which accounts for more than one in ten of the worlds out of school children. Around half of the total 17 million population in KP are illiterate (65 % women and 28 % men). There are currently 3 000 000 children out of school of which 75 % are girls. KESP aims to support more children to stay in school for longer while learning more. KESP was initially designed as a 4 year programme (June 2012-October 2016) with an overall budget of 203 500 000 GBP. The programme has recently received an extension to July 2020 with an additional budget of 79 700 000 GBP which brings the total value of KESP to 283 300 000 GBP. The programme has 3 key components which include: 1) sector budget support to the GoKP to support delivery of the new 5 year Education Sector Plan (2015-2020). Disbursements are made against a Joint Review Framework which has been agreed by the GoKP and sector budget support donors (DFID, Australia and the European Union); 2) technical assistance to the GoKP to support delivery of the Education Sector Plan and achieve the Joint Review Framework; 3) school infrastructure. DFID intends to publish a new competition opportunity for technical assistance to the GoKP to support delivery of the Education Sector Plan and achieve the Joint Review Framework. The Education Sector Plan identifies ten broad policy priorities which have been grouped under four key policy areas including: 1) more effective teachers; 2) better schools and facilities; 3) equitable access to education; and 4) good governance and management. Suppliers will support the delivery of the last four years of the five year Education Sector Plan. The objective of the technical assistance is to provide comprehensive, flexible and high quality technical support to GoKP in the delivery of its new strategy and priorities for transforming education service delivery. Technical assistance will be expected to be embedded within the Elementary and Secondary Education Department (E&SED) to assist the GoKP in its reform agenda and the implementation of the Education Sector Plan and Joint Review Framework; build capacity and transfer useful knowledge, skills and practices to E&SED; and provide thought leadership and advice to E&SED on key policy areas. Technical assistance will be expected to draw on country, regional and global experience of what works best in education reform in similar contexts to provide contextually appropriate and realistic proposals for education reform. DFID expects that the delivery of this programme will require the suppliers to fulfil a range of functions. These could include providing support in strategic and operational planning and budgeting, identifying areas of the ESP where technical assistance should be focused and to concentrate a high level of quality and expertise in the technical assistance team; policy analysis and use of research and evidence; ensuring that other DFID funded programmes in KP are assisting E&SED in the reform process; supporting quality improvements in teaching and learning; supporting the analysis and use of existing data for planning and management; and monitoring, evaluation, communications and coordination. Suppliers will be required to operate on a full time basis from Monday to Friday in Peshawar which is the provincial capital and government headquarters.

Support to the Moderate Education Directorates for Teacher Stipends

Procurement | Published August 10, 2016  -  Deadline August 29, 2016
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75211200

As part of its Governance Through Education programme, DFID is working to strengthen responsive and inclusive governance. We are doing this by demonstrating the delivery of effective services in moderate held areas. The objective of the Governance Through Education programme is: Strengthened governance structures delivering vital education services to people in the parts of Syria supported by moderate actors. There are currently four strands of the programme: 1) Stipends and set rates for education staff to ensure schools have the human capacity to deliver education; 2) Capacity building for Provincial Education Directorates to better manage education; 3) Improving the learning environment and quality of education; and 4) Collecting evidence of what works to continually improve implementation One such service is paying teachers and school auxiliary staff a contribution to household expenses — a stipend — and paying Education Directorate staff set rates to deliver stipends and to develop long term systems to improve management of the education system. DFID currently supports a stipend programme known locally as Idarah in Idlib and Aleppo provinces. The programme is currently paying a stipend of 100 USD per staff member per month in Aleppo and Idlib. The contract with the current implementing partner ends in September 2016 and we wish to re-tender for services to deliver the programme from October 2016. The stipends will be paid from the Conflict Stability and Security Fund (CSSF) — a cross-Government initiative, overseen by the National Security Council (NSC). For the purposes of this programme, the contract will be signed between the Supplier and DFID. The objective of the Governance Through Education programme is: Strengthened governance structures delivering vital education services to people in the parts of Syria supported by moderate actors. It is envisaged that improved governance structures will have a positive impact on the delivery of education services provided in moderate opposition areas and by extension on the public's support for moderate and transparent government and service provision. Through this tender, DFID wishes to contract a Supplier to support the delivery of teacher stipend payments for the 2016/17 school year. The stipends will be delivered through the Education Directorates of Idlib and Aleppo Provinces, and the supplier will be required to help them strengthen their administration, finance and monitoring capacity. The recipient of these services is DFID.

Syria Support to the Moderate Education Directorates for Teacher Stipends

Procurement | Published August 10, 2016
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75211200

As part of its Governance Through Education programme, DFID is working to strengthen responsive and inclusive governance. We are doing this by demonstrating the delivery of effective services in moderate held areas. The objective of the Governance Through Education programme is: Strengthened governance structures delivering vital education services to people in the parts of Syria supported by moderate actors. There are currently four strands of the programme: 1) Stipends and set rates for education staff to ensure schools have the human capacity to deliver education; 2) Capacity building for Provincial Education Directorates to better manage education; 3) Improving the learning environment and quality of education; and 4) Collecting evidence of what works to continually improve implementation One such service is paying teachers and school auxiliary staff a contribution to household expenses — a stipend — and paying Education Directorate staff set rates to deliver stipends and to develop long term systems to improve management of the education system. DFID currently supports a stipend programme known locally as Idarah in Idlib and Aleppo provinces. The programme is currently paying a stipend of 100 USB per staff member per month in Aleppo and Idlib. The contract with the current implementing partner ends in September 2016 and we wish to re-tender for services to deliver the programme from October 2016. The stipends will be paid from the Conflict Stability and Security Fund (CSSF) — a cross-Government initiative, overseen by the National Security Council (NSC). For the purposes of this programme, the contract will be signed between the Supplier and DFID. The objective of the Governance Through Education programme is: Strengthened governance structures delivering vital education services to people in the parts of Syria supported by moderate actors. It is envisaged that improved governance structures will have a positive impact on the delivery of education services provided in moderate opposition areas and by extension on the public's support for moderate and transparent government and service provision. Through this tender, DFID wishes to contract a Supplier to support the delivery of teacher stipend payments for the 2016/17 school year. The stipends will be delivered through the Education Directorates of Idlib and Aleppo Provinces, and the supplier will be required to help them strengthen their administration, finance and monitoring capacity. The recipient of these services is DFID.

Support to the Moderate Education Directorates for Teacher Stipends

Procurement | Published August 10, 2016
cpvs
75211200

As part of its Governance Through Education programme, DFID is working to strengthen responsive and inclusive governance. We are doing this by demonstrating the delivery of effective services in moderate held areas. The objective of the Governance Through Education programme is: Strengthened governance structures delivering vital education services to people in the parts of Syria supported by moderate actors. There are currently four strands of the programme: 1) Stipends and set rates for education staff to ensure schools have the human capacity to deliver education; 2) Capacity building for Provincial Education Directorates to better manage education; 3) Improving the learning environment and quality of education; and 4) Collecting evidence of what works to continually improve implementation One such service is paying teachers and school auxiliary staff a contribution to household expenses — a stipend — and paying Education Directorate staff set rates to deliver stipends and to develop long term systems to improve management of the education system. DFID currently supports a stipend programme known locally as Idarah in Idlib and Aleppo provinces. The programme is currently paying a stipend of 100 USD per staff member per month in Aleppo and Idlib. The contract with the current implementing partner ends in September 2016 and we wish to re-tender for services to deliver the programme from October 2016. The stipends will be paid from the Conflict Stability and Security Fund (CSSF) — a cross-Government initiative, overseen by the National Security Council (NSC). For the purposes of this programme, the contract will be signed between the Supplier and DFID. The objective of the Governance Through Education programme is: Strengthened governance structures delivering vital education services to people in the parts of Syria supported by moderate actors. It is envisaged that improved governance structures will have a positive impact on the delivery of education services provided in moderate opposition areas and by extension on the public's support for moderate and transparent government and service provision. Through this tender, DFID wishes to contract a Supplier to support the delivery of teacher stipend payments for the 2016/17 school year. The stipends will be delivered through the Education Directorates of Idlib and Aleppo Provinces, and the supplier will be required to help them strengthen their administration, finance and monitoring capacity. The recipient of these services is DFID.

Syria Support to the Moderate Education Directorates for Teacher Stipends

Procurement | Published August 10, 2016  -  Deadline August 29, 2016
cpvs
75211200

As part of its Governance Through Education programme, DFID is working to strengthen responsive and inclusive governance. We are doing this by demonstrating the delivery of effective services in moderate held areas. The objective of the Governance Through Education programme is: Strengthened governance structures delivering vital education services to people in the parts of Syria supported by moderate actors. There are currently four strands of the programme: 1) Stipends and set rates for education staff to ensure schools have the human capacity to deliver education; 2) Capacity building for Provincial Education Directorates to better manage education; 3) Improving the learning environment and quality of education; and 4) Collecting evidence of what works to continually improve implementation One such service is paying teachers and school auxiliary staff a contribution to household expenses — a stipend — and paying Education Directorate staff set rates to deliver stipends and to develop long term systems to improve management of the education system. DFID currently supports a stipend programme known locally as Idarah in Idlib and Aleppo provinces. The programme is currently paying a stipend of 100 USB per staff member per month in Aleppo and Idlib. The contract with the current implementing partner ends in September 2016 and we wish to re-tender for services to deliver the programme from October 2016. The stipends will be paid from the Conflict Stability and Security Fund (CSSF) — a cross-Government initiative, overseen by the National Security Council (NSC). For the purposes of this programme, the contract will be signed between the Supplier and DFID. The objective of the Governance Through Education programme is: Strengthened governance structures delivering vital education services to people in the parts of Syria supported by moderate actors. It is envisaged that improved governance structures will have a positive impact on the delivery of education services provided in moderate opposition areas and by extension on the public's support for moderate and transparent government and service provision. Through this tender, DFID wishes to contract a Supplier to support the delivery of teacher stipend payments for the 2016/17 school year. The stipends will be delivered through the Education Directorates of Idlib and Aleppo Provinces, and the supplier will be required to help them strengthen their administration, finance and monitoring capacity. The recipient of these services is DFID.

DFID 6686 – Effective Education Systems Programme Directorate

Department for International Development | Published January 15, 2015
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75211200

The Department for International Development (DFID) is seeking to contract an organisation to establish a Programme Directorate that will manage and implement the large scale, multi-country research programme on Effective Education Systems. Up to £21 million will be ring-fenced to answer the question: “what works to improve education systems to deliver better learning for all at scale in developing countries

Sierra Leone Secondary Education Improvement Programme (SSEIP)

Procurement | Published November 15, 2016
Winner
Mott MacDonald T/A Cambridge Education
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75211200

1 DFID Sierra Leone is implementing a programme of support to the education sector — the Sierra Leone Secondary Education Improvement Programme (SSEIP) over the next 5 years, 2016/17 to 2020/21. The SSEIP seeks to support the Ministry of Education, Science and Technology (MEST) to improve learning outcomes for boys and girls at upper primary and secondary level and to increase the enrolment, retention and well-being of girls in school. The rationale for the programme is clearly set out in the Business Case. 2 The programme is being delivered in the context of Sierra Leone's recovery from Ebola. The initial 15 months of the programme will support the President's Recovery Priorities in which education is 1 of 5 priority sectors. These Recovery Priorities build Priorities build on the successes of the initial 9 month recovery programme which saw the re-opening of schools after their closure during the state of emergency from August 2014 to April 2015. Beyond the President's Recovery Priorities, which end in June 2017, SSEIP remains open and flexible to respond to the newly emerging priorities of the Government of Sierra Leone (GoSL), noting that a general election is due towards the end of 2017. These ToRs concern mainly the initial period from now until June 2017, reflecting the focus in the Business Case. Some indications are given of how the scope of work may be extended in the 2nd phase, though this remains very much an issue for second phase design which is a key activity of the 1st phase. 3 The SSEIP is part of a wider commitment of support by DFID to assist the recovery and further development of Sierra Leone. SSEIP is the largest single externally funded programme to the education sector. Other major support comes from the Global Partnership for Education (GPE), supervised by the World Bank, with a focus on primary education. The European Union (EU) is in the final stages of design of a 5 year programme covering primary, secondary and skills development. UNICEF, who has a strong presence, chairs the Education Donor Group. DFID has played a leading role in the early recovery in Sierra Leone, including in the education sector.

Support to the Moderate Education Directorates for Teacher Stipends

Procurement | Published August 10, 2016
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75211200

Support to the Moderate Education Directorates for Teacher Stipends.

Developing Effective Private Education Nigeria Challenge Fund

Department for International Development (DFID) | Published May 19, 2016
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75211200

This is a Contract Notice for Developing Effective Private Education in Nigeria (DEEPEN) Challenge Fund (CF). DFID is seeking a Service Provider to act as Fund Manager to design and administer the Developing Effective Private Education Nigeria (DEEPEN) Challenge Fund (CF) over the next 2 years. This falls under the Supporting Innovation component of the DEEPEN programme designed to pilot sustainable business models to improve education quality in low-cost private schools in Lagos. DFID is committed to understanding what works to improve learning in this market and will invest up to 2 200 000 GBP over the next 2 years to ensure that girls and boys have access to improved education quality and that investments are monitored effectively. This supports DFID Nigeria's Operational Plan and will help the Government of Nigeria understand how best to intervene to improve learning in low cost private schools. The procurement route chosen is the OJEU Open Procedure. There are no separate lots for this Programme as the success of the Programme is dependent on the Service Provider (acting as Fund Manager) establishing and managing the Challenge Fund and thereafter coordinating and performing 4 key functions as outlined in the Terms of Reference. It is envisaged that the procurement process will be completed by the end of August 2016.

Developing Effective Private Education Nigeria Challenge Fund

Department for International Development | Published May 19, 2016  -  Deadline June 15, 2016
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75211200

This is a Contract Notice for Developing Effective Private Education in Nigeria (DEEPEN) Challenge Fund (CF). DFID is seeking a Service Provider to act as Fund Manager to design and administer the Developing Effective Private Education Nigeria (DEEPEN) Challenge Fund (CF) over the next 2 years. This falls under the Supporting Innovation component of the DEEPEN programme designed to pilot sustainable business models to improve education quality in low-cost private schools in Lagos. DFID is committed to understanding what works to improve learning in this market and will invest up to 2 200 000 GBP over the next 2 years to ensure that girls and boys have access to improved education quality and that investments are monitored effectively. This supports DFID Nigeria's Operational Plan and will help the Government of Nigeria understand how best to intervene to improve learning in low cost private schools. The procurement route chosen is the OJEU Open Procedure. There are no separate lots for this Programme as the success of the Programme is dependent on the Service Provider (acting as Fund Manager) establishing and managing the Challenge Fund and thereafter coordinating and performing 4 key functions as outlined in the Terms of Reference. It is envisaged that the procurement process will be completed by the end of August 2016.

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Education Sector Programme (KESP) 2

Procurement | Published August 27, 2016
Winner
Adam Smith International Ltd
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75211200

KESP was initially designed as a 4-year programme (June 2012-October 2016) with an overall budget of 203 500 000 GBP. The programme has recently received an extension to July 2020 with an additional budget of 79 700 000 GBP which brings the total value of KESP to 283 300 000 GBP.

The programme has 3 key components which include:

1) Sector budget support to the GoKP to support delivery of the new five year Education Sector Plan (2015-2020). Disbursements are made against a Joint Review Framework which has been agreed by the GoKP and sector budget support donors (DFID, Australia and the European Union).

2) Technical assistance to the GoKP to support delivery of the Education Sector Plan and achieve the Joint Review Framework.

3) School infrastructure. The service provider or consortium will be required to Provide comprehensive, flexible and high quality technical support to the GoKP to deliver the ESP, the underpinning JRF and their priorities for transforming education service delivery in KP. Improve and enhance capacity and transfer useful knowledge, skills and practices to E&SED to build their capacity and improve the quality of education services and delivery. Support and influence policy change and work towards ensuring forms are institutionalized and therefore sustainable. As a minimum suppliers will be expected to Ensure a good mix of international and local staff with a strong track record of working on education reform in Pakistan together with an understanding of the KP political, cultural context and challenges. Support and work under the guidance of E&SED and DFID to ensure the effective delivery of education sector reforms in KP. This will include constructive challenge when necessary and proposing alternative ways of delivery. Ensure that TA is embedded within and working closely with E&SED, providing support to them and associated departments/institutions to enable on the job learning for relevant government counterparts. The TA team will need to be predominately based in Peshawar and prepared to work in all districts of KP. The contract is scheduled to commence in July 2016 and will run for a period of 4 years. A further extension of up to 2 years may be granted subject to resources and need.

Khyber Pakhtunkhwa Education Sector Programme (KESP) 2.

Procurement | Published October 7, 2015  -  Deadline November 9, 2015
cpvs
75211200

KESP was initially designed as a four year programme (June 2012-October 2016) with an overall budget of 203 500 000 GBP. The programme has recently received an extension to July 2020 with an additional budget of 79 700 000 GBP which brings the total value of KESP to 283 300 000 GBP. The programme has three key components which include: 1) Sector budget support to the GoKP to support delivery of the new five year Education Sector Plan (2015-2020). Disbursements are made against a Joint Review Framework which has been agreed by the GoKP and sector budget support donors (DFID, Australia and the European Union). 2) Technical assistance to the GoKP to support delivery of the Education Sector Plan and achieve the Joint Review Framework. 3) School infrastructure. The service provider or consortium will be required to Provide comprehensive, flexible and high quality technical support to the GoKP to deliver the ESP, the underpinning JRF and their priorities for transforming education service delivery in KP. Improve and enhance capacity and transfer useful knowledge, skills and practices to E&SED to build their capacity and improve the quality of education services and delivery. Support and influence policy change and work towards ensuring forms are institutionalized and therefore sustainable. As a minimum suppliers will be expected to Ensure a good mix of international and local staff with a strong track record of working on education reform in Pakistan together with an understanding of the KP political, cultural context and challenges. Support and work under the guidance of E&SED and DFID to ensure the effective delivery of education sector reforms in KP. This will include constructive challenge when necessary and proposing alternative ways of delivery. Ensure that TA is embedded within and working closely with E&SED, providing support to them and associated departments/institutions to enable on the job learning for relevant government counterparts. The TA team will need to be predominately based in Peshawar and prepared to work in all districts of KP. The contract is scheduled to commence in July 2016 and will run for a period of 4 years. A further extension of up to 2 years may be granted subject to resources and need.