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ACWF / Li Ka-Shing Foundation: Invitation to Bid the Assessment of the Qi Pu Program - Pilot Project of Training Women Cadres in Village Committees
Source:Chinese Women's Research Network | Release Date:2011-6-21
Title: ACWF / Li Ka-Shing Foundation: Invitation to Bid the Assessment of the Qi Pu Program - Pilot Project of Training Women Cadres in Village Committees
Keyword: women cardres training, assessment

The Qi Pu Program Office opens a tender, looking for an organization or team to assume the assessment of the Qi Pu Program - Pilot Project of Training Female Cadres in Village Committees (contract).

Tender Contents:
The final assessment on the overall effectiveness of ACWF / Li Ka-Shing Foundation: the Qi Pu Program - Pilot Project of Training Female Cadres in Village Committees (see the Appendix)

Tender Qualifications:
    1 Tenders are required to be legally-registered an academic or a research institution / a team with a certain scale, excluding ACWF and Li Ka-Shing Foundation.
   2 Tenders with a background of organizational performance evaluation and management, assessment of community participation in development projects, particularly rural women and gender development are preferred;
    3 Tenders which have experience in project evaluation, project implementation and performance of managing organization are preferred; necessary social surveys and statistical background;
    4 Tenders are required to have strength in a team.

Assessment Scope:
    1 To assess the implementation of the project in Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, Anhui and Guangdong Chaozhou-Shantou area, training effectiveness of female village officials, seed program design and its implementation; applicability, reliability and sustainability of training models and training methods;
    2 To assess the project's long-range training contents, such as the implementation of mobile phone news and air classroom;
    3 To assess the organizing management and teachers’ training, and other relevant work assumed by four universities.
    4 To assess management effectiveness of the project’s implementing agencies (the National Project Office Qi Pu Plan and the offices of which the project is implemented).

Assessment Output
    1 Overall assessment report, suggestions and opinions on the project model’s promotion, and policy proposals on enhancing leadership development of female village officials.
     2 Independent assessment reports of engaged provinces, and related proposals on operations and policy.

The Main Duties
    1 Design assessing scheme and scientific evaluation system based on the actual situation of the project and get approved by the project evaluation team.
    2 Accept the supervision of the project evaluation team.
    3 The assessment period will take place from in August 2011 to December 2011. Mid-term project evaluation report is required to be submitted in October 2011, the draft final report in December 2011, and the final report in February 2012.

Tendered Documents
    1 Assessment scheme;
    2 Detailed research questions and data collection tools;
    3 Main bidder’s information and qualification certificate, etc.;
    4 Detailed budget.

Data should  have attachments, as follows:
    1 Brief introduction of the institute, both in English and Chinese;
    2 Basic information (name, gender, date of birth, title, position, unit, etc.);
    3 Learning experiences; 
    4 Work experience;
    5 Main accomplishments.

Deadline for Tender:
    July 15, 2011

Tender Method:
    Please mail the tender documents to the designated e-mail.

Contact:
    Contact: Juan Kai Pu, ACWF's Qi Pu Program Office,  010-65225291
    Address: Room 1206, China Women's Activity Center
Jian Guo Men Nei Avenue, Dongcheng District, Beijing, No. 17
Post Code: 100005
    E-mail: qpjhqgxmb@126.com


Appendix: Description of the Program Qi Pu

Background:
In China's rural areas, women have accounted for more than 60% of the actual labor force. However, the proportion of women cadres in villages’ committees is still low, which needs improvement.
Objectives:
Training objectives: to enhance the women cadres’ overall quality and capabilities.
Implementation Objectives: give full play to the project’s effectiveness of leverage to bring more resources into community capacity-building for women and women's development and give birth to more social benefits.

Project Period:
2010 -2012

Project Content:
    The Qi Pu Program – This is a pilot project of training women cadres in Village Committees is funded by the Li Ka-Shing Foundation and organized by the ACWF. It is a pilot public service project, conducted from 2010 to 2012 in Anhui Province, Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region, and Chaozhou-Shantou area in Guangdong Province.
    The project includes three parts: intensive training in universities, distance training and a seed program.
    Intensive Training: A plan to train more than 4,000 country women carders, supported by Anhui University, Guangxi University, Guangxi Agricultural College, and Shantou University.
    Distance training: To be co-ordinated by the China Education TV to carry out subsequent training through mobile phone news, the Qi Pu website, air classroom and other ways to help students’ follow their study.
    Practice program: To encourage students to serve the community by using what they have learned, and to carry out the seed program to bring more resources to support rural development.
 

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