Request for Proposal (RFP) for Principled Humanitarian Programming in Yemen (DRC Region Middle East) 135 views

RFP Reference no.: RFP-RO02-Y001

The research will aim to develop an understanding of the challenges and decisions related to negotiations, access and coordination that organizations pursue to uphold principled humanitarian action in the delivery of assistance, which adheres to the core humanitarian principles of Independence, Impartiality, Neutrality and Humanity in Yemen.
Yemen presents a complicated humanitarian environment for organizations to navigate, requiring localized contextual analysis, consistent engagement with stakeholders and coordination amongst the humanitarian community to ensure Humanitarian principles are respected in the response. This requires an analysis of the interface between the Needs of the people, the Principles that guided the response to those needs and Access of humanitarians to respond. This all to be analyzed in the fluid conflict dynamic, access constraints (bureaucratic and otherwise) and the attempt to politicize aid from various actors within the context of Yemen
Important Note: Additional information containing in-depth background into the research topic as well as anticipated methodologies are indicated in the TOR, which is annexed (E) with the RFP package.
Address for Queries: [email protected]

RFP publication date: 08 April 2021

RFclosure date and time: 25 April 2021, 15:00 GMT,

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