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Legal Empowerment to Advance Climate and Environmental Justice for Children in East Asia and the Pacific

United Nations Capital Development Fund has announced on 22 Jul 2021 that is accepting bids for the following project: Legal Empowerment to Advance Climate and Environmental Justice for Children in East Asia and the Pacific.

The tender will take place in South Korea and will cover the Energy & Utilities industry.

The value of this project has not been disclosed by the donor and you can apply until Deadline date

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Location: South Korea, China, Viet Nam, Thailand, Saudi Arabia, Myanmar, Mongolia, Cambodia, Philippines, East Timor and other 0 countries

General information

Donor:

United Nations Capital Development Fund

Industry:

Energy & Utilities

Information Technology

Manufacturing

Finance & Insurance

Education & Training

Government

Pharmaceutical & Medical

Status:

Accepting bids

Timeline

Published:

22 Jul 2021

Deadline:

13 Aug 2021

Value:

Not available

Contacts

Description

https://www.ungm.org/Public/Notice/135198
Description

UNICEF EAPRO has now issued a Request for Proposals reference to LRPS-2021-9168672 in order to select a qualified institution to provide the Legal Empowerment to Advance Climate and Environmental Justice for Children in East Asia and the Pacific. As part of the Re-imagine Agenda, UNICEF EAPRO aims to develop a regional-level legal empowerment strategy to provide support for children, caregivers and local organizations to understand and to use the law and legislative mechanisms to enable them to claim their rights, including their rights to climate and environmental justice.  This assignment will build on the conceptual framework on legal empowerment of children and adolescents in the region. Specifically, this assignment will contribute to better understanding of gaps and opportunities and development of contextualized knowledge and information in legal empowerment of children, caregivers, and local organizations for seeking environmental and climate justice in the region. Please find below objectives, purpose & expected results (in brief);

- Objectives: Empower children, caregivers and young people with information and knowledge to strengthen their capacity to exercise their rights to a healthy and sustainable environment and to seek climate and environmental justice in East Asia and the Pacific region

- Purpose: Regional data collection, analysis, information and capacity development materials for legal empowerment of children, caregivers and young people for climate and environmental justice in East Asia and the Pacific region

- Results: Regional, country and local-level stakeholders that are key in realizing the rights of the child to a healthy and sustainable environment, including children and youth groups, environmental organizations', national human rights institutions and legal aid providers, are equipped with information and knowledge to support legal empowerment to advance climate and environmental justice for children in East Asia and the Pacific region

*** For more details, please log-in your UNGM account to enable access for reviewing/downloading the full-set of tender documents including mandatory response forms (Annex C-Technical response, Annex D-Financial response)  to prepare the bid-submission through this platform.

 

This tender will be run through the UNICEF e-submissions system (UNGM).

By clicking on the blue ‘Express Interest’ button in the UNGM tender notice, the full UNICEF e-submission system instructions to bidders document (including instructions on how to access the tender documents and submit an Offer) will be automatically emailed to the ‘contact persons’ included in your UNGM registration.  Alternatively, the full UNICEF e-submission system instructions to bidders document is publicly available on the UNICEF supply internet pages here: https://www.unicef.org/supply/index_procurement_policies.html  .

In the tender management site, if you navigate to the documents tab and opt in to confirm your intention to submit a Bid – you will then see the mandatory placeholders for documents that must be attached prior to submitting your Offer (you will also see if there are any mandatory questionnaires to complete). As such, you are recommended to `opt in` well before the submission deadline so you are clear exactly what documents are required to be uploaded prior to completing your submission.

*** Please note that in order to access the full-set of tender documents through UNICEF’s e-submissions system, vendors must: (1) be registered with UNICEF in UNGM as a company/NGO; (2) have successfully completed all mandatory information currently required by UNGM when registering.

Please ensure that any files submitted as part of your bid are not corrupt or damaged in any way.  Please exercise particular caution when using compressed files.  Any corrupt or damaged files may lead to your Bid being invalidated. 

All vendors are strongly recommended to regularly log-in to the UNICEF e-submissions system to check for any deadline extensions, new clarifications, new correspondence or updated tender documents relating to this tender.

 

Should you have any questions against this solicitation, please submit your queries to Vilaiporn Thomdon at vthomdon@unicef.org with CC to: jbehr@unicef.org; osrimanotham@unicef.org; psookchareon@unicef.org - no later than 6-Aug-2021 so that all queries could be clarified and circulated to all bidders before the deadline. 

We look forward to receiving your proposals within the given timeline.

 

Best regards,

UNICEF Supply team

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