Purpose of CFP: Develop a sensitization and community engagement plan including stakeholder mapping for the housing sustainability programmes and assess relevant stakeholders in selected sites.
Published Date: 31st January 2024
Submission Deadline Date and time: 14th February 2024; 5:00 pm East African Time
Address CFP response by email to the attention of:
UN-Habitat Kenya Country Programme
E-mail address: email@example.com;
The email must quote the CFP reference in email subject: CFP/01-2024/PINUA/UNH/KEN
Instructions to applicants:
Proposals received after the above deadline will not be considered.
Proposals and accompanying documents sent to a different email address will not be considered
Any clarification queries and correspondences should also be sent to this email address.
Proposals not providing the requested information will be disregarded.
Applicant’s proposal and accompanying documents must clearly indicate the CFP reference CFP/01-2024/PINUA/UNH/KEN
All prices must be in USD
Proposal language should be in English
For further details and project background, please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org;
Purpose of Call for Proposal:
UN-Habitat’s Kenya Country Programme with the funding of EU is launching a call for proposals (CFP) to seek partnership in the project “Partnership Implementing the New Urban Agenda” – PINUA. The Project requires the services of an Implementing Partner for developing a sensitization and community engagement plan including stakeholder mapping for the housing sustainability programmes and assess relevant stakeholders in selected sites in Nairobi and Kisumu counties. Hereby, close coordination and collaboration with the respective counties and the State Department for Housing and Urban Development, Slum Upgrading Department is a crucial requirement.
UN-Habitat is looking for implementing partnerships with non-profit organisations that can engage with the informal settlements community while collaborating with County National governments and relevant stakeholders in carrying out the assignment in the respective communities. Their core business must include sensitising and engaging with communities particularly the vulnerable and those in the informal settlements. This will also entail understanding the communities for purposes of analysing the potential beneficiaries.