TOT on PATS/ CLTS/SLTS/Hygiene Promotion
(03 Training events for District Rajanpur and 01 Alipur-Muzaffargarh)
(WASH component of BDRP Phase- II)
Doaba Foundation is the result of the efforts of riverine communities when they were united to minimize their vulnerabilities during flood disaster in 1987. It made its first move on self-help basis as community based organization from a village “Shah Din” near Rang Pur and Muzaffargarh. Doaba Foundation works for to improve the quality of disaster prone communities through optimum utilization of resources, using a right base approach seeks to capacity building of communities, focusing the vulnerable groups, for community led disaster risk management, incorporating in programs of sustainable development interventions.
The goal of Building Disaster Resilience in Pakistan (BDRP Phase-II) Programme funded by DFID is to increase Pakistan’s capability to reduce disaster risk, though better planning, preparedness, response, and resource allocation at the governmental and community levels. The consortium, led by Concern Worldwide in partnership with ACTED, Welthungerhilfe (WHH) and International Rescue Committee (IRC) will implement the Community Based Disaster Risk Management (CBDRM) component of BDRP Phase II in Punjab, KPK and in Sindh during the second phase (two years). The CBDRM component of BDRP will assist village communities to mitigate and prepare for disasters.
2. Objectives of the Consultancy:
4. Key Components/Deliverables of the Consultancy
Following are the major tasks consultant is expected to undertake.
5. Essential and Desirable Experience/Qualifications
6. Payment Schedule
First instalment will be (40%) at the time of agreement signing. Second instalment will (60%) on completion of assignment.
Payments will be made in instalment as per the set millstones agreed in the contract agreement. Apart from this Digital copies of all reports/documents will be required by both organizations Doaba foundation at the end of the set deadline.
7. Lines of Communication
The consulting firm will report to Doaba Foundation as according to their activity to the Project heads/WASH sector leads for Community Based Disaster Risk Management component of Building Disaster Resilience in Pakistan (BDRP Phase-II) programme and will liaise closely with other relevant Staff.
The consultant/Firm will complete the work over a period of 49 working days starting from 25 June to onward with the following break up.
Outputs Timeline for submission of Documents
Project document review and finalization 2 Working days
of agenda and training tool kit/manual
and power point slides for delivery of PATS/
Present the demo presentation and discussion 2 Working days
Conduct five days TOTs (Batches per district 20 Working days
Muzaffargarh & Rajan Pur)
Develop PATS/CLTS/ SLTS training package/ 2 Working days
modules and agenda for SLTS/CLTS training
for local facilitators
- 1st draft of narrative report 2 Working days
- Final report after addressing comments 1 Working day
9. How to Apply:
Address for Submission of Proposals
Doaba Foundation Office, H # 1, St # 2, Shalimar Colony, Behind Toyota Motors, Bosan Road, Multan.
In case of any queries/clarity applicants can be directly contacted on email@example.com
“Doaba” literally means the land between two waters and symbolizes the Doaba's work with flood-prone communities. The Doaba Foundation (DF), working since 1997, is a not-for-profit-organization, registered under the Trusts Act 1882, as a Public Welfare Trust at Islamabad. Members of the Board of Trustee of Doaba Foundation, both women and men, belonging to flood-prone districts, have personal experience of flood ravages. In 1988 some of them developed an Interest in flood disaster when approached by flood effects of Tehsil Muzaffargarh to help them obtain flood relief. Over the period, more like-minded persons gathered together and decided to establish an organization (eventually registered as Doaba Foundation) to facilitate flood prone communities to cope with flood disasters in a collective and organized manner, with enhancement of livelihood and food & nutrition security options. Doaba established small pilot projects on self-help basis (contribution from trustees and local philanthropists). This experience contributed to building a model of flood preparedness and mitigation which was systematically applied in implementing a pilot demonstration project on livelihood options incorporating disaster risk reduction in a flood prone community in District Jhang, Southern Pakistan. Over the years the model has been considerably refined, particularly with reference to gender mainstreaming and issues of rescue during flood disaster.
Doaba Foundation over the years has flourished and expanded its grass root community interventions in the eight (7) riverine districts of South Punjab & 1 District of Upper Punjab in Pakistan. It is facilitating the community by working on community based disaster risk reduction and development activities in the riverine belt of Chenab located in Jhang, Muzaffargarh, Multan & Khanewal Districts and the riverine areas of Indus located in Layyah, Bhakkar, and DG Khan Districts. It has started its work in Northern side Punjab, District Sheikhupura as well. Doaba Foundation is now nationally and globally recognized as one of the lead Non-Governmental Organizations in terms of establishing and demonstrating community based floods preparedness and management models at wider scale and fostering grass root integrated development process in the remote and poverty stricken disaster prone riverine areas in various parts of the Southern Punjab Region. At present, Doaba Foundation is directly working with more than 565 communities’ organizations located in and around the river Chenab, river Indus and drought prone in 8 districts of Punjab, established vibrant collaborative working mechanism with district governments, national/ international civil society institutions, and donor agencies, and advocating for the equal development rights of disaster prone poor and vulnerable communities living in the riverine areas of Punjab.
Disaster prone communities becoming self-reliant in the pursuit of their interests.
Doaba Foundation works to improve the quality of life among disaster-prone communities through optimal utilization of resources. Using a rights-based approach, Doaba Foundation seeks to build capacity of communities, focusing on vulnerable groups, for community-led disaster risk management, incorporating the same in programs of sustainable development intervention. Doaba Foundation expands its influence through strategic partnerships and policy interventions.