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Kenya National Commission on Human Rights (KNCHR) - Baseline Survey to Establish the Status of Human Rights in Kenya

Request for Expression of Interest (EOI) Baseline Survey to Establish the Status of Human Rights in Kenya
Tender No. KNCHR/CONS/01/2010

The Kenya National Commission on Human Rights (KNCHR) is an independent National Human Rights institution established under the Kenya National Commission on Human Rights Act, 2002 with the mandate of protection and promotion of human rights in Kenya.

KNCHR intends to engage the services of consultant/s to carry out a baseline survey to establish the status of human rights in Kenya.

Objectives of the survey

The Objectives include:
  1. To establish a baseline of the status of human rights in Kenya to inform future interventions and also form the basis for assessing change/progress over the next 4 years
  2. To develop benchmarks from which to assess/evaluate KNCHR’s performance over the next four years and the human rights sector generally
  3. To identify key strategic partnerships and alliances with a total of 20-25 Strategic Partners in the whole country on key thematic issues across 8 provinces of Kenya.
  4. To give a critique of existing regional offices of the Commission in Kitale and Wajir in terms of their past performances’ and give recommendations on how to improve their performances in the future and provide basis for expansion of programme outreach through establishment of additional regional offices
The survey is expected to last three months.

For the purpose of undertaking the survey, the Commission wishes to engage the services of a consultancy firm with the expertise in the area to provide guidance and support.

The consultancy firm must have undertaken similar surveys and the team must be well grounded in social science with excellent skills in research and statistical analysis, demonstrate knowledge of the subject of human rights and KNCHR’s work, superior literature review and report writing skills.

The prospective firms should provide information indicating their qualification and ability to perform the study.

Information should be submitted in the following key areas:
  1. Profile of the firm
  2. Proof of legal existence
  3. Curriculum Vitae of key individuals
  4. Description of similar assignments
  5. Availability of appropriate skills amongst staff
  6. Any additional and relevant information
Successful consultants will be selected competitively.

Complete set of the Terms of Reference could be obtained from the Commission Offices between 8:00am and 1:00 pm and 2:00pm to 5:00pm, Monday - Friday.

Expression of Interest must be delivered in plain sealed envelope marked “Expression of Interest (EOI) Tender No. KNCHR/CONS/01/2010 and addressed to

Commission Secretary
Kenya National Commission on Human Rights
1st Floor, CVS Plaza, Lenana Road
P.O. Box 74359 – 00200
Nairobi, Kenya

or deposited in the Tender Box situated on 1st Floor CVS Building, Lenana Road so as to reach on or before March 31st, 2010 at 10:00am.

Tenders will be opened immediately thereafter in the presence of the tenderers or their representatives who choose to attend.

Only those firms deemed to have adequate expertise and acceptable experience would be invited to participate in the tender.

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