LHDP, under its Programmes on Disaster Risk Management and Climate Change Adaptation, have been implementing a project titled “Facilitating Effective Action for Building Resilient Communities in Pakistan” in district Badin with support of Oxfam Pakistan. This project is mainly focused to build the capacity of the most vulnerable and marginalized community segments including Women & PWDs to initiate alternative livelihood actions in context of changing climate. Through this project LHDP have made all possible efforts to strengthening the livelihood resilience of communities through making them aware of alternative options and capacity building to undertake such options.
The women contribute in household economy but are neither recognized nor are their efforts sustained to be an organized contributing factor. The training aims at building the capacity of target women group enhancing their skills and knowledge about market mechanism and trends in demand and supply management. The ‘Business Skills’ training will provide an opportunity to women in target areas how manage and improve their small enterprises limited to village level currently.
Enhance the knowledge, skill and capabilities of selected women group from 60 villages located in 03 union councils of taluka and district Badin to learn new latest and innovative things to be feasible in local context for the business development.
4.2 Specific Objectives:
Three trainings for two days each
The consultant should send technical and financial proposal as per following considerations:
Note: All applicable taxes would be deducted as per current tax slab. Budget should cover the amount including taxes.
Final Document delivery of training report and manual of rural business development and management highlighting the role of women
The consultant should have:
The technical proposal including (assignment methodology, Tools and Techniques to be used during the process, process plan, profile of consultant/firm etc…) and Financial Proposal Budget including (fees and payment schedule) should be sent to address mentioned bellow.
Please clearly mention, “Proposal for women group training on business skills” on top right of the Envelope (If sent through post) or Subject line of email.
Proposal can be submitted at:
Laar Humanitarian and Development Programme (LHDP),
Near Ahmed CNG Station, Golarchi Road,
Ph# +92 297 870682
Laar Humanitarian and Development Programme (LHDP) is a non-governmental, not for profit humanitarian and development organization. It is a legal entity; established on April 2006 and registered under Society Act (1860) on July 1, 2006.
The initial team of LHDP, being the civilian of Pakistan observed the situation of frequent disasters and non-participatory role of civil society and government in local development. They felt an importance of societal role in building a resilient socio-economic environment in disaster prone and marginalized areas of Sindh. This team took initiative from grassroots level with a limited team and self-help approach from the End District of Pakistan, called Badin. Through the continuous efforts and exposure , LHDP became a large scale organization in year 2010 with its geographical coverage in eight districts of Sindh Province.
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