With support of European Union (EU), Acid Survivors Foundation (ASF) Pakistan in partnership with Group Development Pakistan (GDP) is implementing the project titled ‘Taawun Synergies’ which aims to support gender equality and contribute to supporting women rights in Pakistan. Under the aforementioned project, we are looking for services of an agency/company/individual to develop and design Gender Management Information System (GMIS) and revamp Acid Survivors Foundation
(ASF) Pakistan’s website (https://asfpakistan.org).
The overall objective of GMIS is to provide ready facts and figures on GBV and Acid Burn Victims across Pakistan. The GMIS will serve as a blueprint for all the projects implemented by ASF to end all kinds of GBV in Pakistan and helps relevant stakeholders and policy makers to extract ready data in a desired form.
The website will serve as a working document of ASF Pakistan with real-time information for relevant stakeholders and general public presented via a dynamic user-friendly interface. Through the website, key messages and the highlights of ASF interventions will be disseminated to the decision makers, planners, representatives of the donors and development organizations. It will bring views
from the field, success stories and testimonials to give a real-life impact of program’s relevance and effectiveness. Webpage narrative is designed to address the program aspect related to the issues, action and impact.
Detailed Terms of Reference can be found HERE.
Interested individual(s)/Firm(s) may send their technical and financial proposals to firstname.lastname@example.org
Acid Survivors Foundation (ASF) Pakistan was founded in 2006 with the support of a UK-based organisation: Acid Survivors Trust International to support survivors of acid attacks in Pakistan.
Acid Survivors Foundation (ASF-Pakistan) is a Pakistani non-profit organization working since 2006 to eradicate acid violence from Pakistan promote human rights of acid burn and other burn survivors, through a peaceful democratic process. It was officially registered in August 2007 under Voluntary Social Welfare Agencies (Registration and Control) Ordinance 1961.