Bidding Invitation Vehicles and Generators
The Leprosy Mission (TLM) is a UK based international non-government organization active in 32 countries; started its work in Nepal from 1957 with establishment of Anandaban Hospital in Lele, the southern part of Lalitpur. However, from 2005 TLM Nepal has been working as independent NGO in partnership with TLM International and the Government of Nepal to provide specialist tertiary care and technical support for leprosy control programs.The leprosy Mission Nepal, an NGO serving for leprosy affected, people with disabilities, poor and marginalized people invites the proposal from qualified vendors for Vehicles and Generators.
Bid submission date from 9th of Falgun, 2080 to 15th of Falgun,2080 not later than 4:00 pm at Anandaban Hospital of The Leprosy Mission Nepal.
Bid opening date and time: 16th of falgun 2080, 10:00 am at Anandaban Hospital, Godawari-6,Lalitpur
For more information kindly contact: 9860562412, 9760814792
ToR of Consulting Firm for End Term Evaluation of IMPACT Project
The Leprosy Mission (TLM) is a UK based international non-government organization active in 34 countries; started its work in Nepal from 1957 with establishment of Anandaban Hospital in Lele, the southern part of Lalitpur. However, from 2005 TLM Nepal has been working as an independent NGO in partnership with TLM International and the Government of Nepal to provide specialist tertiary care and technical support for leprosy control programs. It also undertakes internationally recognized research into leprosy and implements disability inclusive community development programs through its own activities and strategic partnership.
Being one of the largest NGOs in the country working in the field of leprosy, TLM Nepal mainly focuses on working with and for people affected by leprosy. Its development interventions focus on the areas of Health, capacity building, education, sustainable livelihoods, community development, advocacy, and research working towards equity and inclusion of people affected by leprosy and disability in the development process.
The Integrated Mobilization of People for Active Community Transformation (IMPACT) is a five-year project that was initiated in July 2019. It is specifically implemented in the Lumbini province, encompassing three districts: Parasi, Rupandehi, and Kapilvastu, located in Nepal. The primary objective of the IMPACT project is to foster inclusive, healthy, and resilient communities through active community participation, particularly from individuals affected by leprosy, neglected tropical diseases (NTDs), and other disabilities.
The IMPACT project aims to achieve several key outcomes. Firstly, it strives to improve health-seeking behavior by providing WASH (Water, Sanitation, and Hygiene) training within the SHGs, raising awareness about WASH practices and communicable diseases, and establishing community volunteer-based mental health services. Secondly, the project focuses on targeted reduction of leprosy and LF through early detection, diagnosis, contact tracing, and transmission reduction. Thirdly, the project aims to enhance the economic resilience of members and communities by forming SHGs and involving them in cooperatives. Additionally, the project emphasizes increased management of disability through training sessions on self-care, sanitation, and general health issues, as well as the provision of assistive devices and universally accessible water and sanitation facilities. Lastly, the project promotes community initiatives on Disaster Risk Reduction and Resilience (DiDRR) and environmental protection through training, awareness campaigns, and technical support provided by SHGs and cooperatives.
The IMPACT project is a comprehensive and community-driven initiative that seeks to empower individuals affected by leprosy, NTDs, and disabilities in the Lumbini province of Nepal. By addressing the identified needs and fostering active community participation, the project aims to create inclusive, healthy, and resilient communities. Through partnerships with various stakeholders and a participatory approach, the project endeavors to bring about sustainable change and improve the lives of those most vulnerable in society.
Deadline for the submission of the proposal: 23rd February 2024, 4:00pm
Bid Opening Date: 26th February 2024(11:00 am at Country Office of TLMN
For more information kindly contact @ 01-5151371 / 9849086183