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Request for Proposal: 1665- XX

Advocacy Meeting at National Level and Follow up Activities at Select Districts on the Adolescent
Nutrition: Weekly IFA Supplementation and Nutrition Education among School-going Adolescent
Girls in West Java and Banten Provinces

Issued by Nutrition International “NI” (formerly known as the Micronutrient Initiative)

Deadline for receipt of proposals at the NI:

Thursday, August 16, 2018


12:00 HRS. West Indonesia Standard Time

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Contents

1. Request For Proposal Notice .........................................................................................................3


2. Introduction to the RFP ..................................................................................................................3
3. General instructions and considerations ........................................................................................4
4. Conflict of Interest ..........................................................................................................................5
5. General Disclosures ......................................................................................................................5
6. Submission of Proposals ...............................................................................................................5
7. Receipt, evaluation and handling of proposals ...............................................................................6
9. Guidelines for preparing Proposals ................................................................................................8
Part 1: Covering Letter and Declaration............................................................................................8
Part 2: General and Technical Proposal ...........................................................................................9
Part 3: Financial Proposal ................................................................................................................9
Annexure A. Terms Of Reference ....................................................................................................... 11
Annexure B. Template Of Budget ....................................................................................................... 15

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1. REQUEST FOR PROPOSAL NOTICE

1.1 Request for Proposals

Nutrition International, a non-profit organization dedicated to eliminating vitamin and


mineral deficiencies worldwide, invites proposals from competent Organizations or
Agencies to “Advocacy Meeting at National Level and Follow up Activities at Select
Districts on the Adolescent Nutrition: Weekly IFA Supplementation and Nutrition
Education among School-going Adolescent Girls in West Java and Banten Provinces”. The
submission deadline for proposals is Thursday, August 16, 2018 by 12:00 HRS. West
Indonesia Time Standard Time.

2. INTRODUCTION TO THE RFP

2.1 Nutrition International “NI” (formerly known as the Micronutrient Initiative) aims to generate
innovative and sustainable solutions to reduce vitamin and mineral deficiencies among
women, newborns, and children. It builds on robust evidence-based research and
evaluation in order to demonstrate excellent return on investment of scaling-up highly cost-
effective micronutrient interventions. NI aspires to be a global center of excellence in
technical and programmatic support in this field.

In collaboration with key stakeholders such as governments, private sectors and civil
society groups, NI seeks to tackle the aforementioned problems that affects one third of
the world’s population. NI engages in tailoring health and nutrition strategies as well as up-
scaling existing program in various regions in the globe including Africa, Asia, the
Caribbean, Latin America and the Middle East. NI’s international Board of Directors directs
its interventions that reach approximately 500 million people in more than 70 countries.

One of NI’s key strategic goals is to enhance the global impact of micronutrient
interventions by generating cutting-edge knowledge and utilizing it to develop sound
policies and programs while consolidating political will to achieve its vision. NI aspires to
position itself as a global center of excellence in generating scientific research in the field
of micronutrient programs. It provides quality assurance for research and programs while
disseminating and translating new knowledge to influence and improve national and global
policies and programs. NI provides guidance and support on existing and future program
evaluations and coordinates the analysis and utilization of evaluation activity results.

Background and rationale:

Nutrition International has been supporting the Government of Indonesia through the
Ministry of Health (MoH), Province Health Office (PHO) and District Health Offices
(DHOs), with implementing a demonstration project in Cimahi city and Purwakarta district
in West Java Province to build government commitment to revitalize and sustain the
national program for prevention of Iron Deficiency Anemia in school-going adolescent girls
in Indonesia. The demonstration phase ended in March 2018, NI wishes to continue to

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scale up and replicate the key program elements from the demonstration districts to two
provinces in Indonesia, namely West Java and Banten provinces starting 2018.
NI will be facilitating the collaboration between related sectors (including Health,
Education, Religious Affairs, and Local Government Offices) and providing support for
supervision at all levels. The capacity of the system at the province and district levels
particularly, will be built to revitalize WIFA supplementation among school-going
adolescent girls, particularly for boosting the coverage and adherence of the WIFA
supplements. To support program delivery, NI will undertake capacity building activities
for key stakeholders at province and district levels on forecasting, reporting and recording
of WIFA, its benefits, dosage and administration, counseling of adolescent girls on weekly
IFA supplementation program and improving dietary practices and monitoring and
supervision, based on the developed curriculum and module.

NI will be conducting an advocacy meeting at national level as well as follow up activities


in select districts, consisting of advocacy meeting and training sessions for puskesmas
staff and teachers. NI therefore seeks support of a local agency/event organizer (EO) to
facilitate these project component activities as per the program design.

2.2 This Request for Proposals (RFP) and particularly the Guidelines for Preparing Proposals
that follow, are designed to help Respondents to produce proposals that are acceptable to
the NI, and to ensure that all proposals are given equal consideration. It is essential,
therefore, that respondents provide complete information, in the attached formats and on
the terms specified.

3. GENERAL INSTRUCTIONS AND CONSIDERATIONS

3.1. These instructions should be read in conjunction with information contained in the
enclosed Terms of Reference (TOR), and in any accompanying documents within this
package.

3.2. This Request for Proposals (RFP) is to support NI to “Advocacy Meeting at National
Level and Follow up Activities at Select Districts on the Adolescent Nutrition: Weekly
IFA Supplementation and Nutrition Education among School-going Adolescent Girls in
West Java and Banten Provinces”.

3.3. NI is not bound to accept the lowest priced, or any, proposal. NI reserves the right to
request any (or all) Respondent(s) to meet with the NI to clarify their proposal(s) without
commitment, and to publish on its website answers to any questions raised by any
Respondent (without identifying that Respondent).

3.4. Respondents are responsible for all costs associated with the proposal preparation and
will not receive any reimbursement from the NI.

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4. CONFLICT OF INTEREST

4.1. Respondents must disclose in their proposal details of any circumstances, including
personal, financial and business activities that will, or might, give rise to a conflict of
interest. This disclosure must extend to all personnel proposed to undertake the work.

4.2. Where Respondents identify any potential conflicts they must state how they intend to
avoid any impact arising from such conflicts. NI reserves the right to reject any proposals
which, in the NI’s opinion, give rise, or could potentially give rise to, a conflict of interest.

4.3. With respect to this condition, please be advised that the organizations that may fall within
the scope of this evaluation will include those below, with which any association must be
disclosed:

a. Nutrition International (NI)


b. The Donor who is the primary funding source for the procurement

5. GENERAL DISCLOSURES

5.1. Respondents must disclose:


5.1.1. If they are or have been the subject of any proceedings or other arrangements
relating to bankruptcy, insolvency or the financial standing of the Respondent
including but not limited to the appointment of any officer such as a receiver in
relation to the Respondent personal or business matters or an arrangement with
creditors or of any other similar proceedings.

5.1.2. If they have been convicted of, or are the subject of any proceedings, relating to:
a. criminal offence or other offence, a serious offence involving the activities of
a criminal organization or found by any regulator or professional body to have
committed professional misconduct.
b. corruption including the offer or receipt of any inducement of any kind in
relation to obtaining any contract, with NI, or any other contracting body or
authority
c. failure to fulfil any obligations in any jurisdiction relating to the payment of
taxes.

6. SUBMISSION OF PROPOSALS

6.1 The Technical (only includes detail of meeting arrangement, team composition and timeline)
and financial proposal along with all requisite documentation must be received in English by
NI no later than Thursday, August 16, 2018, 12:00 HRS. West Indonesia Standard Time.

6.2 The technical and financial proposal in two separate files shall be put into a covering email
specifically indicating with subject line “Advocacy Meeting at National Level and Follow
up Activities at Select Districts on the Adolescent Nutrition: Weekly IFA Supplementation
and Nutrition Education among School-going Adolescent Girls in West Java and Banten
Provinces” need to be sent to email: proposalsindonesia@nutritionintl.org

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6.3 For any clarification required, please write an email on following email address:
proposalsindonesia@nutritionintl.org

6.4 Only email bids will be accepted. Only those short-listed will receive an acknowledgment
and will be called for a personal interaction, at their own cost. The interaction will be held
at the NI office in Jakarta, Indonesia.

6.5 Late proposals will not be accepted in any circumstances. Proposals received after the
due date and time will not be considered.

7. RECEIPT, EVALUATION AND HANDLING OF PROPOSALS

7.1. Once a proposal is received before the due date and time, NI will:

7.1.1. Log the receipt of the proposals and record the business information
7.1.2. Review all proposals and disqualify any non-responsive ones (that fail to meet the
terms set out in these instructions), and retain the business details on file with a
note indicating disqualification
7.1.3. Evaluate all responsive proposals objectively in line with the criteria specified
below
7.1.4. Inform Respondents within 10 business days of the evaluation decision being
made.

7.2. NI reserves the right:

7.2.1. To accept or reject any and all proposals, and/or to annul the RFP process prior
to award, without thereby incurring any liability to the affected Respondents or any
obligation to inform the affected Respondents of the grounds for NI's actions prior
to contract award, and
7.2.2. To negotiate - with Respondent(s) invited to negotiate - the proposed technical
approach, and the proposed price based on the Respondent’s proposals.
7.2.3. Amend this RFP at any time.

8. SELECTION CRITERIA

8.1. 50% of the evaluation weighting will be for the technical; and 50% for the financial
proposal.

8.2. The Evaluation Team may, in its sole discretion, establish a short-list of Respondents
based on the Technical Scores of the Respondents (the “Short-listed Respondents”) for
the purpose of conducting interviews. If NI short-lists the Respondents, it will short-list
the Respondents with the highest scores.

8.3. Only the Short-listed Respondents will be interviewed. The number of Respondents
short-listed for an interview is in the sole discretion of NI.

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8.4. Interviews of Short-listed Respondents will be carried out by the Evaluation Team or a
sub-group of the Evaluation Team. The Evaluation Team will score each Short-listed
Respondent based on the quality of the Respondent’s interview (the “Interview Score”).

8.5. The successful Respondent will be expected to enter into a Contract with the NI
for the duration of the Work. In the event of a Contract award, all the terms and
conditions of the RFP, including the Respondent’s response, will normally form part
of the Contract.

Table 1: Proposal Scoring Criteria


Name of the Agency
Proposals
Assessment Category: Presentation and discussion Weights

Qualification of Agency (A) 50% 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0 0.0


Experience of working with NGOs and collaboration
30%
with MoH, PHO and DHO.

Communication skills (written and verbal). 20%


Demonstrated experience in facilitating
meeting/workshop/training on health issue 50%
with government.
Realistic Plan and ability to accomplish the task (B) 50%
Agency's plan for completing the activities 30%
Agency's ability to complete the task as per NI
30%
expectation mentioned in the TOR
Agency's realistic timelines to accomplish the entire
40%
work

Total Score - Technical Proposal (A+B) 100% 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

Overall weightage of Technical Proposal – 50%


Assessment Category: Financial
Presented reasonable estimate of fees 25%

Takes into consideration all potential field expenses


30%
(i.e. no obvious omissions)

Presented realistic estimate for field expenses 25%

Reasonable estimate for completing the trainings,


20%
and report writing expenses
Total Score - Financial Proposal 100% 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00
Overall weightage of Financial Proposal – 50%
Total Weighted Score (Technical + Financial) 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00 0.00

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9. GUIDELINES FOR PREPARING PROPOSALS

9.1 Language: Proposals must be submitted in English.

9.2 Structure : Proposals must be set out in four main parts:


Part 1: Covering Letter and Declaration
Part 2: Executive Summary
Part 3: General and Technical Proposal
Part 4: Financial Proposal

Part 1: Covering Letter and Declaration

Proposals must be accompanied by a covering letter on company-headed paper showing the full
registered and trading name(s), trading and registered office address and business number of the
Respondent. The letter must be signed by a person of suitable authority to commit the Respondent
to a binding contract. It must quote the RFP number and title, and include the following
declarations:

a. We have examined the information provided in your Request for Proposals (RFP) and
offer to undertake the work described in accordance with requirements as set out in the
RFP. This proposal is valid for acceptance for 6 months and we confirm that this
proposal will remain binding upon us and may be accepted by you at any time before
this expiry date.

b. We accept that any contract that may result will comprise the contract documents issued
with the RFP and be based upon the documents submitted as part of our proposal.

c. Our proposal (Technical and Financial) has been arrived at independently and without
consultation, communication, agreement or understanding (for the purpose of restricting
competition) with any other Respondent to or recipient of this RFP from the NI.

d. All statements and responses to this RFP are true and accurate.

e. We understand the obligations regarding Disclosure as described in the RFP Guidelines


and have included any necessary declarations.

f. We confirm that all personnel named in the proposal will be available to undertake the
services.

g. We agree to bear all costs incurred by us in connection with the preparation and
submission of this proposal and to bear any further pre-contract costs.

h. I confirm that I have the authority of [insert name of NGO/company/agency] to submit


this proposal and to clarify any details on its behalf.

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Part 2: Executive Summary

A brief overview of the General and Technical proposal that summarizes how the Respondent will
use their competencies in the area to achieve the outputs/deliverables. Financial information should
not be included here; but the summary may indicate the level of effort proposed.

Part 3: General and Technical Proposal

The General and Technical section should be structured as follows:

 Section 1: Your understanding of the TOR provided with this RFP as Annexure A. You may
also propose qualifications to the TOR that you consider may enhance the value of the outcome
to the NI.

 Section 2: Technical Response: a concise description of the methodology and approach that
are proposed for the delivery of the TOR and an implementation plan in the form of a work
breakdown analysis. This should describe the activities to be undertaken, the
deliverables/outputs and the milestone and completion dates (grouped by phase where
appropriate). The dependency of any activities and associated results on earlier results needs
to be clearly indicated.

 Section 3: Personnel Profile: names, designation and Curricula Vitae (CV) of personnel
assigned to work on the Project. CVs must not exceed 3 pages, but must include:
o a brief summary of the professional competencies of the individual relevant to the
Scope of Work/TOR
o a chronological list of relevant professional experience starting with the most recent
and showing key achievement /responsibilities
o brief details of qualifications educational / technical /professional / other
o language competencies other than English (if required to undertake the ToR)

 Section 4: Personnel Inputs: include name of personnel, and person days with reference to
activity to be undertaken. Do not include any reference to fees. This will constitute a
confirmation that all personnel will be available to provide the required services for the duration
of the contract.

 Section 5: Company Information: proof of incorporation for registered incorporated entities,


proof of registration for registered entities.

 Section 6: Previous experience: documentation demonstrating the Respondent’s experience


in the proposed area of work. This should include contact details for key clients who may be
contacted in respect of the Respondent’s relevant prior work.

Part 4: Financial Proposal

 The Financial proposal must contain the expected budget for accomplishing the
complete work with detailed breakup. All amounts quoted must be in IDR. The

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Respondent should provide a detailed budget, based on the format attached as


Annexure-B.

 Fees should be inclusive of all VAT, Taxes, Insurance and standard training
management/overhead cost.

 Please note that no fees are payable for travel days.

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ANNEXURE – A
TERMS OF REFERENCE

Advocacy Meeting at National Level and Follow up Activities at Select Districts on the Adolescent
Nutrition: Weekly IFA Supplementation and Nutrition Education among School-going
Adolescent Girls in West Java and Banten Provinces

1. Background

Nutrition International “NI” (formerly known as the Micronutrient Initiative) has been supporting
the Government of Indonesia through the Ministry of Health (MoH), Province Health Office (PHO)
and District Health Offices (DHOs), with implementing a demonstration project in Cimahi city and
Purwakarta district in West Java Province to build government commitment to revitalize and
sustain the national program for prevention of Iron Deficiency Anemia in school-going adolescent
girls in Indonesia. Since this demonstration is ending in March 2018, NI wishes to continue to scale
up and replicate the key program elements from the demonstration districts to two provinces in
Indonesia, namely West Java and Banten provinces starting 2018.
NI will be facilitating the collaboration between related sectors (including Health, Education,
Religious Affairs, and Local Government Offices) and providing support for supervision at all levels.
The capacity of the system at the province and district levels particularly, will be built to revitalize
WIFA supplementation among school-going adolescent girls, particularly for boosting the coverage
and adherence of the WIFA supplements. To support program delivery, NI will undertake capacity
building activities for key stakeholders at province and district levels on forecasting, reporting and
recording of WIFA, its benefits, dosage and administration, counseling of adolescent girls on weekly
IFA supplementation program and improving dietary practices and monitoring and supervision,
based on the developed curriculum and module.

NI will be conducting an advocacy meeting at national level as well as follow up activities in select
districts, consisting of advocacy meeting and training sessions for puskesmas staff and teachers. NI
therefore seeks support of a local agency/event organizer (EO) to facilitate these project
component activities as per the program design.

2. Objectives

The objective is to facilitate NI in the implementation of following activities related to weekly IFA
supplementation program among school-going adolescent girls:
 Conduct preparation meeting with NI and respective government officials
 Advocacy meeting at national level
 Advocacy meeting in select districts
 Training sessions at select districts for puskesmas staff and teachers

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3. Expected Output

Successful facilitation of the following activities:


1. Conduct preparation meeting with NI and respective government officials
2. Advocacy meeting at national level
3. Advocacy meeting in select districts
4. Training sessions at select districts for puskesmas staff and teachers

4. Scope of work

4.1. Conduct Preparation Meeting with NI and Respective Government Officials


Preparation meetings with NI and respective government officials will be facilitated by the agency.
Purpose of the meeting is to seek guidance from MOH/PHO/District officials in order to plan the
activities, which may include selecting districts targets, determining tentative dates for activities,
determining resource persons and participants, developing detail agenda, as well as providing
other supports needed by MOH/PHO/Districts officials. For example, assisting MoH/PHO/District
officials in admin preparations (letters and invitations) and contacting for coordination
preparations. There will be one preparation meeting with MOH, two preparation meetings with
PHO West Java and Banten, and further preparation meetings in 7 select districts will be held in
order to prepare overall covered activities.

4.2. Advocacy Meeting at National level


An advocacy meeting at national level will feature presentation from results and findings of the
WIFA endline survey in the two demonstration districts (Cimahi and Purwakarta districts) as well
as baseline survey for West Java and Banten provinces. In addition, discussion will be done to
advocate and identify appropriate strategies for improving Weekly IFA supplementation coverage
and adherence as well as integration with other existing programs/approaches. This meeting aims
at informing on results from related survey previously conducted by NI and securing supports and
commitment from stakeholders on the implementation of this program.

Approximately 70 persons representatives of Ministry of Health (Directorate of Nutrition,


Directorate of Family Health, Directorate of Pharmacy, Directorate of Health Promotion), Ministry
of Education, Ministry of religious Affairs, and Ministry of Home Affairs (from national, province of
Banten and West Java, and WIFA demonstration districts-Cimahi and Purwakarta) will be invited,
as well as other partners from academia, professional organization, other NGOs and donor
agencies.

4.3. Advocacy Meeting at Select Districts

Advocacy meeting to the policy makers and activation will be done among stakeholders at select
districts. The meeting aims at raising awareness on the anemia among adolescent girls issues as
well as supporting select districts to start implementing the program. Advocacy meeting is planned

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to be conducted in one of secondary school in each select district as approach to expose local
stakeholders to WIFA program. There will be sharing from respective school/adolescent girls in
their experience towards anemia or the program, discussion among stakeholders for their
commitment.

In each advocacy meeting, approximately 20 persons will be invited from DHO/respective


puskesmas, DEO, DRO, District Secretary, District Planning Board (BAPPEDA), as well as other
partners at district levels such as community leaders and local media. Representative from
provincial level is also invited to provide guidance to the meeting. This activity will involve 200
adolescent girls from each school. There will be 5 select districts from West Java province and 2
select districts from Banten province in which activity will be conducted.

4.4. Training Sessions at Select Districts for Puskesmas Staff and Teachers

Following completion of previously conducted TOT for province officers and training sessions for
district officers, district officers who are trained at the respective provinces will further train other
district stakeholders who may include representatives from puskesmas and UKS/M teachers from
targeted secondary schools in the select districts. They are expected to gain understanding and
skills on program aspects to enable them managing and delivering the program in the field.

Covering all aspects of the training module developed, training sessions for district stakeholders
will focus on forecasting, reporting, recording, and monitoring and supervision. In addition,
sessions on the benefits of IFA tablet, its dosage and administration, and counseling of adolescent
girls on the WIFA supplementation program will be given. The roleplay method will be used for
delivering key messages as well. Follow up plan and open discussion for feedback from training
participants will be held during the training sessions. Pre- and post-test will be conducted for
measuring changes in understanding level of participants.

The training sessions will be held in 5 districts West Java and 2 districts in Banten provinces for
respective districts stakeholders which may include representatives from Puskesmas and UKS
teachers from targeted secondary schools. Inviting 25 persons per district, this activity will involve
approximately 125 participants from 5 districts in the West Java province and 50 participants from
2 districts in the Banten province. Trainers will be provincial officers who have been trained in the
TOT session along with NI province and districts extenders.

5. Deliverables

 Highlights of training sessions, including agenda, process, key outcomes, pre-post training
assessments, recommendations and detailed list of participants (divided by gender)
 Highlights of each advocacy meeting, including the agenda, process, key outcome, meeting
presentations, notes on discussion, recommendations and detailed list of participants (divided
by gender)

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 Final activity report, cover: executive summary, process, methodologies, key outcome,
conclusion, recommendations and annex.
 Organization of venue and other logistics
 Financial report (detailed of each activity and compiled final one)

6. Qualification of the Agency


 Minimum 3 years of experience in facilitating events such as meetings, workshops, or
trainings with good track record with past clients
 Minimal 3 years of experience in working with international NGOs, national/province/local
government offices
 Experience in the area of nutrition and public health will be an added advantage
 Experience in working with MoH and NI would be an asset
 Experience of having developed good quality reports for international NGOs/government
program

7. Management Arrangements

The proposed activities will be done through the selected agency that will facilitate the above-
mention activities, NI will provide technical and financial support through this selected agency. The
activities will be coordinated together with MOH, respective PHOs, and select DHOs.

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ANNEXURE B
TEMPLATE OF BUDGET

Estimated Budget for Training and advocacy meeting at select districts and advocacy meeting at
national level

A. Training at Selects Districts

No of Districts Total
Sub TOTAL A.1. Training at select districts in West Java 5
Sub TOTAL A.2. Training at select districts in Banten 2
Total A Training at Selects Districts

B. Advocacy Meeting at Selects Districts

No of Districts Total
Sub TOTAL B.1. Advocacy meeting at select districts in West Java 5
Sub TOTAL B.2. Advocacy meeting at select districts in Banten 2
Total B Advocacy Meeting at Selects Districts

C. Advocacy Meeting at National Level

Total
Sub TOTAL C. Advocacy meeting at national level

Total C Advocacy Meeting at National Level

D. Administration and Preparation

Total
Sub TOTAL D. Administration and Preparation

Total D Administration and Preparation

Total
TOTAL A+B+C+D
Indirect Cost @ %
Grand Total Budget

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A. Training for District Officers:

Each districts (IDR)

Sub TOTAL A.1. Training at select


districts in West Java 0

Sub TOTAL A.2. Training at select


districts in Banten 0

1. Training at Select District in West Java

No. Description Spec. Quantity Duration Unit Price Total Remarks

Meeting Package and


1 0
accommodation
Room accommodation as required, for trainers/WI 2 rooms 4 day 0
meeting room, 2x coffee
Meeting package 35 pax 4 day 0
break, 1x lunch
Shared room for event
unit 5 day 0
organizer
2 FEE 0
PHO/Widya Iswara/Other should not be
Trainers 1 person 28 session 900,000 25,200,000
trainers changed
Opening and closing should not be
Head of DHO 1 person 2 session 900,000 1,800,000
remarks changed
3 ALLOWANCE 0

should not be
1 Trainers Widya Iswara/PHO 3 person 4 day 430,000 5,160,000
changed

DHO/Other trainers from should not be


10 person 4 day 250,000 10,000,000
district levels changed
From select districts in West should not be
2 Participants 25 person 4 day 250,000 25,000,000
Java changed
4 TRANSPORTATION 0
should not be
1 Trainers Widya Iswara/PHO 3 person 2 times 430,000 2,580,000
changed
DHO/Other trainers from should not be
10 person 8 times 150,000 12,000,000
district levels changed
should not be
Participants Local 25 persons 8 times 150,000 30,000,000
changed
5 Training kit 0

Copy module 35 set 1 time 0


Incl. stationary, banner,
Training Material 1 package 1 time 0
projector etc.

TOTAL A.1. Training in West Java

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2. Training at Select District in Banten

No. Description Spec. Quantity Duration Unit Price Total Remarks

Meeting Package and


1 0
Accommodations
Room accommodation as required, for trainers/WI 2 rooms 4 day 0
meeting room, 2x coffee
Meeting package 35 pax 4 day 0
break, 1x lunch
Shared room for event
unit 5 day 0
organizer
2 FEE 0
PHO/Widya Iswara/Other should not be
Trainers 1 person 28 session 900,000 25,200,000
trainers changed
Opening and closing should not be
Head of DHO 1 person 2 session 900,000 1,800,000
remarks changed
3 ALLOWANCE 0
should not be
1 Trainers Widya Iswara/PHO 3 person 4 day 200,000 2,400,000
changed
DHO/Other trainers from should not be
10 person 4 day 200,000 8,000,000
district levels changed
From select districts in should not be
2 Participants 25 person 4 day 200,000 20,000,000
Banten changed
4 TRANSPORTATION 0
should not be
1 Trainers Widya Iswara/PHO 3 person 2 times 200,000 1,200,000
changed
DHO/Other trainers from should not be
10 person 8 times 150,000 12,000,000
district levels changed
should not be
2 Participants Local transports 25 person 8 times 150,000 30,000,000
changed
5 Training kit 0
Copy module 35 set 1 time 0
incl stationary, banner,
Training Material 1 package 1 time 0
projector etc

TOTAL A.2. Training in Banten

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B. Advocacy Meeting at District Level

1. West Java

No. Description Spec. Quantity Duration Unit Price Total Remarks

Meeting package and


1 0
venue setting
For invitees, school, and
Snacks 200 pax 1 time 0
adolescent girls

Lunch meal For invitees and school 50 unit 1 time 0

Venue arrangement Stage, tent, carpets 1 package 1 time 0


Room for Provincial
Shared 2 unit 1 night 0
West Java
Room for EO Shared 2 unit 1 night 0

2 FEE 0
should not be
Resource persons 6 person 1 session 900,000 5,400,000
changed
should not be
Entertainment performance from students 1 package 2 session 500,000 1,000,000
changed
MC 1 person 1 day 0

Moderator 2 person 1 session 0

Note taker 1 person 1 day 0

Photographer 1 person 1 day 0

3 ALLOWANCE 0
should not be
Participants districts 20 person 1 day 250,000 5,000,000
changed
Participants provincial should not be
3 person 2 day 430,000 2,580,000
West Java changed
should not be
Participants school 10 person 1 day 150,000 1,500,000
changed
4 TRANSPORTATION 0
should not be
Participants districts 20 person 2 times 150,000 6,000,000
changed
Participants provincial should not be
3 person 2 times 430,000 2,580,000
West Java changed
Materials and
5 0
Supplies
Seminar kit, gimmick,
250 set 1 time 0
and goodie bag
Backdrop set 1 set 1 time 0
Sound system, screen,
1 set 1 time 0
etc.

Total B1. Advocacy meeting district West Java (IDR)

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2. Banten

No. Description Spec. Quantity Duration Unit Price Total Remarks

Meeting package and


1 0
venue setting
For invitees, school, and
Snacks 200 pax 1 time 0
adolescent girls

Lunch meal For invitees and school 50 unit 1 time 0

Venue arrangement Stage, tent, carpets 1 package 1 time 0

Room for EO Shared 2 unit 1 night 0

2 FEE 0

should not be
Resource persons 6 person 1 session 900,000 5,400,000
changed

should not be
Entertainment performance from students 1 package 2 session 500,000 1,000,000
changed

MC 1 person 1 day 0

Moderator 2 person 1 session 0

Note taker 1 person 1 day 0

Photographer 1 person 1 day 0

3 ALLOWANCE 0
should not be
Participants districts 20 person 1 day 200,000 4,000,000
changed
should not be
Participants province 3 person 1 day 300,000 900,000
changed
should not be
Participants school 10 person 1 day 150,000 1,500,000
changed
4 TRANSPORTATION 0
should not be
Participants districts 20 person 2 times 150,000 6,000,000
changed
should not be
Participants province 3 person 2 times 200,000 1,200,000
changed
Materials and
5 0
Supplies
Seminar kit, gimmick,
250 set 1 time 0
and goodie bag
Bakcdrop set 1 set 1 time 0
Sound system, screen,
1 set 1 time 0
etc

Total B2. Advocacy meeting district Banten (IDR)

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C. Advocacy Meeting at National Level

No. Description Spec. Quantity Duration Unit Price Total Remarks

Room
1 accommodation and 0
Meeting venue

With twin room for


Full board meeting
participants from West Java 20 pax 1 night 0
pacakge
and Banten

Full day meeting


Without room 60 unit 1 day 0
package
Room for EO Shared unit 1 night 0

2 FEE 0

Resource persons should not be


MOH, Expert and Academia 12 person 1 session 1,500,000 18,000,000
national changed
Resource persons should not be
2 person 1 session 1,000,000 2,000,000
province/district changed
MC person 1 day 0

Moderator 4 person 1 session 0

Note taker person 1 day 0

Photographer person 1 day 0

3 ALLOWANCE 0
Participants from should not be
50 person 1 days 210,000 10,500,000
National level changed
Participants from West should not be
12 person 2 days 430,000 10,320,000
Java changed
Participants from should not be
8 person 2 days 370,000 5,920,000
Banten changed
4 TRANSPORTATION 0
Participants from should not be
50 person 2 times 213,000 21,300,000
National level changed
Participants from West should not be
12 person 2 times 353,000 8,472,000
Java changed
Participants from should not be
8 person 2 times 596,000 9,536,000
Banten changed
Materials and
5 0
Supplies
Seminar kit, gimmick,
80 set 1 time 0
and goodie bag
Bakcdrop set 1 set 1 time 0
Sound system, screen,
1 set 1 time 0
etc.
Stationary 1 set 1 time 0

TOTAL C. Advocacy meeting national (IDR)

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D. Administration and Preparation

No. Description Spec. Quantity Duration Unit Price Total Remarks

1 PREPARATION 0

Preparation meetings 1 package 10 times 0


Survey locations and
1 package 10 times 0
transportation
Communication 3 package 1 times 0

Local transportation 1 package 10 times 0

2 ADMINISTRATION 0
Other documentation as
Documentation 3 package 1 times 0
required
Report writing, photo copy of
Reporting 1 package 1 times 0
report, etc.
3 FEE PIC 0

PIC 2 person 0

TOTAL D. Admin and Preparation

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