Tender for Integrated Event Management, Communications and Advocacy Support: Innovation for Indonesia’s School Children (INOVASI)
Over the past decade, Indonesia has substantially increased its spending on education and now many more millions of children are in school. There is a significant void in knowledge about what teachers in Indonesia are teaching in the classroom, what the primary constraints they face are, and how teaching quality can be more efficiently and effectively improved. The Government of Australia (GOA), through the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), is seeking to assist the Government of Indonesia (GOI) to fill this void by establishing Innovation for Indonesia’s School Children (INOVASI).
INOVASI is an ambitious four-year (with the possibility of an extension for another four), AUD 49 million program. It will collaborate closely with the GOI at the district, provincial and national level to develop and implement action-oriented research and pilots to answer the broad question: “What works to improve student learning outcomes in Indonesia?” It will focus on three sub-topics of investigation: the quality of teaching in the classroom, the quality of support for teachers, and learning for all.
INOVASI is managed by Palladium on behalf of DFAT, and formally started on 18 January 2016.
The Palladium Group on behalf of the Department if Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) is seeking tenders from qualified providers to provide the services of Integrated Event Management, Communications and Advocacy Support.
The objective of this activity is to engage a credible company who will have the responsibility for supporting INOVASI in preparation and management of events, including the logistical, administrative and communications aspects.
The tender requirements are specified in Invitation to Tender document. If you have further queries, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Click HERE to download the Tender Clarification.
Tender submissions close on Monday, 26th December 2016 at 5 PM Western Indonesia Time.