UNICEF Moldova Call for EOIs: Implementation of the Action Plan of Social Change Strategy on Raising the Demand for Immunization Services

Deadline: 31 January 2018

UNICEF Moldova is inviting interested Civil Society Organisations to express their interest in partnering with UNICEF for the implementation of a project “Implementation of the action plan of Social Change Strategy on raising the demand for Immunization Services”.

Specific Focus

  • Development a communication/discussion platform among health professionals, pedagogues, parents and media and ensure its systematic use in promotion of immunization;
  • Capacity building of community non-official leaders, potential spoke person, bloggers, association of parents, in area of immunization;
  • Organize panel discussion, debates among group of parents, social media, bloggers and professionals on immunization etc;
  • Individual and family empowerment on demanding immunization services
  • Engage children and adolescents’ organized groups in mobilizing low-coverage areas for immunization completion;
  • Monitor and respond to Internet postings, particularly to post pro-vaccination information that counter the anti-vaccination bloggers;
  • Engage students and school aged children in community awareness activities on promotion of immunization.

Eligibility Criteria

CSO must:

  • be registered in Moldova (and country of origin if other than Moldova;)
  • not be an entity named on any of the UN Security Council targeted sanction lists.

Exclusion Criteria

CSO submission which:

  • are not sent in sealed envelopes;
  • are not sent or delivered by hand to the UNICEF office before the specified deadline;
  • do not include all required documents duly completed and signed or do not comply with specifications set in this Call for Expression of Interest;
  • are not submitted in English;

How to Apply

Organisations are requested to send or deliver their Expression of Interest in a sealed envelope clearly marked “CSO Call for Expression of Interest, C4BC Immunization” via post at the address given on the website.

Eligible Country:  Moldova

For more information, please visit UNICEF Moldova.

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