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Terms of Reference For:

Translation of Manufacturing Capabilities Standards

World Vision Somalia

SomReP Program

Somali Response Innovation Lab

**

Organization:

World Vision Somalia

Project:

Somali Response Innovation Lab (SomRIL)

Donor Funded:

SIDA (for this consultancy)

Position type:

Translation

Location:

Remote

Estimated number of pages:

30-40 pages

Estimated number of staff required to work on the project:

1-2

Reporting to:

Somali Response Innovation Lab Manager

Starting date (TBC):

November 2021

1.0 Organizational Context

The Response Innovation Lab’s role is innovation on the ground in humanitarian contexts – real time solving of problems in large-scale humanitarian emergencies and protracted crises such as earthquakes, typhoons, civil war and unrest. Similar to business, there are problems, both simple and complex, that are often only visible on the ground.

Our aim is to complement the traditional humanitarian system by adapting interventions and methods of humanitarian operations to more effectively meet the needs of populations affected by crisis. The RIL develops, tests and rolls out proven concepts that overcome context-specific problems or barriers to aid delivery and community recovery. On the ground amongst humanitarian agencies, innovations will work toward reducing the suffering of those affected by crisis and help communities to recover faster and build back better.

The Response Innovation Lab (RIL) is an interagency global partnership, whose original founding members include World Vision, Oxfam, Save the Children, Civic George Washington University that operates in Iraq, Jordan, Uganda, Puerto Rico, Somalia, South Sudan and Yemen. The RIL is hosted under the SomReP consortium (lead by World Vision) in Somalia.

2.0 Project Overview

One of the RIL’s core tools is the ecosystem mapping which enable us to gather and share useful information to support innovation and collaborative partnerships in a humanitarian setting.

The ecosystem mapping tools are an output of the RIL’s approach. Convening all stakeholders involved in the response is the first action the RIL takes. In doing so, the intent is to understand and build the Ecosystem surround the response. Through the convening, an Ecosystem Map is produced that highlights who all the stakeholders are, where and how they work. The Ecosystem then works together to identify current challenges that are affecting the population the most, and how and if they overlap with other challenges – we call this the Challenge Map.

Through our mapping process we’ve been able to develop various tools around the innovation ecosystem, and even use sub-sets of our data focused on Start-ups.

We are now partnering with the Internet of Production Alliance (IOPA) to explore the mapping of manufacturing capabilities in Somalia. The IOPA has developed a global standard for this mapping – called the Open Know Where (OKW) initiative, so we would like to have these standards translated from English to Somali.

These open source standards can be found here: https://app.standardsrepo.com/MakerNetAlliance/OpenKnow-Where/src/branch/master/1

3.0 Scope of Work

3.1 Objective

To translate the Open Know Where (OKW) standards from English to Somali.

3.2 Expected Outcomes (Key Results Expected / Key Deliverables)

· The OKW manufacturing capabilities standards are translated into Somali

3.3 Activities

· Translate standards from English to Somali

· Submit to technical team to review

· Make necessary updates as needed

4.0 Project Timeline

Translation of around 40 pages, to be completed before the end of December 2021.

5.0 Ethical Requirements

World Vision will provide guidance on how any potential visuals depicts people to ensure child-safeguarding principles that the consultants will have to abide by.

6.0 Branding (where applicable)

· The OKW standards are open source

· Where applicable, copyright solely belongs to RIL (and World Vision) in partnership with the IOPA;

· RIL, partner and donor logo and any other logo allowed the coordination team can appear on productions.

· Any of the content produced during this project cannot be re-used for another purpose without RIL’s permission.

· All outputs will be provided and should have logos as agreed with coordination team.

7.0 Evaluation Criteria

7.1 Mandatory Requirements

a. Provide a certified copy of a certificate of business registration (Companies/ Organizations)

b. Provide a certified copy of tax registration

c. Provide information on ownership structure (Name of directors of the company / Owner) (Companies/Organization)

d. Provide references from previous clients for similar works

e. Successful bidders will be required to sign World Vision Supplier Code of Conduct form

7.2 Technical Evaluation by a Technical Team

Applicants will need to have the following experiences and qualifications – as detailed in their Technical Proposal (CV and Portfolio) that are submitted as part of the application:

· Proposal that outlines the approach to achieve the Objective and Expected Outcomes.

· Experience in translation of work from English to Somali.

· Experience working in the development and humanitarian space and overlap with the innovation space / manufacturing space would be helpful.

· Some general understanding of cultural conditions in Somalia.

· Fluency in spoken and written English is essential.

All applicant Technical Proposals (CV that list experience and similar projects and Proposed Intervention / Proposal) will be reviewed by a panel of WV / RIL technical and communication people to determine:

· If the applicant has the necessary skills and experience to deliver on the Objective and Expected Outcomes

Technical proposal should outline the methodology for undertaking the Translation of Manufacturing Capabilities Standards, as well as, the detailed work plan showing the assignment’s important activities and milestones.

7.3 Financial Evaluation

All bidders are advised to submit the following Financial Proposal:

Ø Financial proposal: A detailed budget indicating total costs in USD. Your financial proposal should have your professional fee and any other related cost clearly tabulated. Applicable tax amount must be clearly stipulated and separated from the base costs.

Ø Payment Terms

Ø Credit Period

Please note, consultants will be subject to a withholding tax as per government regulations

8.0 Application Process

All interested bidders are requested to submit their proposal in English and by email to [email protected] on or before 5th November 2021.

Proposals should be submitted in three distinct/separate attachments, namely Mandatory Requirements, Technical Proposal and Financial Proposal (Bidders who will combine both technical and financial proposals shall be disqualified)

Bids received after deadline shall not be considered.

Email title should be;- Translation of Manufacturing Capabilities Standards

Only the final selected candidate will be contacted,

How to apply

All interested bidders are requested to submit their proposal in English and by email to [email protected] on or before 5th November 2021.

Proposals should be submitted in three distinct/separate attachments, namely Mandatory Requirements, Technical Proposal and Financial Proposal (Bidders who will combine both technical and financial proposals shall be disqualified)

Bids received after deadline shall not be considered.

Email title should be;- Translation of Manufacturing Capabilities Standards

Only the final selected candidate will be contacted,

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0 USD Somalia CF 3201 Abc road Consultancy , 40 hours per week World Vision International

Terms of Reference For:

Translation of Manufacturing Capabilities Standards

World Vision Somalia

SomReP Program

Somali Response Innovation Lab

**

Organization:

World Vision Somalia

Project:

Somali Response Innovation Lab (SomRIL)

Donor Funded:

SIDA (for this consultancy)

Position type:

Translation

Location:

Remote

Estimated number of pages:

30-40 pages

Estimated number of staff required to work on the project:

1-2

Reporting to:

Somali Response Innovation Lab Manager

Starting date (TBC):

November 2021

1.0 Organizational Context

The Response Innovation Lab’s role is innovation on the ground in humanitarian contexts – real time solving of problems in large-scale humanitarian emergencies and protracted crises such as earthquakes, typhoons, civil war and unrest. Similar to business, there are problems, both simple and complex, that are often only visible on the ground.

Our aim is to complement the traditional humanitarian system by adapting interventions and methods of humanitarian operations to more effectively meet the needs of populations affected by crisis. The RIL develops, tests and rolls out proven concepts that overcome context-specific problems or barriers to aid delivery and community recovery. On the ground amongst humanitarian agencies, innovations will work toward reducing the suffering of those affected by crisis and help communities to recover faster and build back better.

The Response Innovation Lab (RIL) is an interagency global partnership, whose original founding members include World Vision, Oxfam, Save the Children, Civic George Washington University that operates in Iraq, Jordan, Uganda, Puerto Rico, Somalia, South Sudan and Yemen. The RIL is hosted under the SomReP consortium (lead by World Vision) in Somalia.

2.0 Project Overview

One of the RIL’s core tools is the ecosystem mapping which enable us to gather and share useful information to support innovation and collaborative partnerships in a humanitarian setting.

The ecosystem mapping tools are an output of the RIL’s approach. Convening all stakeholders involved in the response is the first action the RIL takes. In doing so, the intent is to understand and build the Ecosystem surround the response. Through the convening, an Ecosystem Map is produced that highlights who all the stakeholders are, where and how they work. The Ecosystem then works together to identify current challenges that are affecting the population the most, and how and if they overlap with other challenges - we call this the Challenge Map.

Through our mapping process we’ve been able to develop various tools around the innovation ecosystem, and even use sub-sets of our data focused on Start-ups.

We are now partnering with the Internet of Production Alliance (IOPA) to explore the mapping of manufacturing capabilities in Somalia. The IOPA has developed a global standard for this mapping – called the Open Know Where (OKW) initiative, so we would like to have these standards translated from English to Somali.

These open source standards can be found here: https://app.standardsrepo.com/MakerNetAlliance/OpenKnow-Where/src/branch/master/1

3.0 Scope of Work

3.1 Objective

To translate the Open Know Where (OKW) standards from English to Somali.

3.2 Expected Outcomes (Key Results Expected / Key Deliverables)

· The OKW manufacturing capabilities standards are translated into Somali

3.3 Activities

· Translate standards from English to Somali

· Submit to technical team to review

· Make necessary updates as needed

4.0 Project Timeline

Translation of around 40 pages, to be completed before the end of December 2021.

5.0 Ethical Requirements

World Vision will provide guidance on how any potential visuals depicts people to ensure child-safeguarding principles that the consultants will have to abide by.

6.0 Branding (where applicable)

· The OKW standards are open source

· Where applicable, copyright solely belongs to RIL (and World Vision) in partnership with the IOPA;

· RIL, partner and donor logo and any other logo allowed the coordination team can appear on productions.

· Any of the content produced during this project cannot be re-used for another purpose without RIL’s permission.

· All outputs will be provided and should have logos as agreed with coordination team.

7.0 Evaluation Criteria

7.1 Mandatory Requirements

a. Provide a certified copy of a certificate of business registration (Companies/ Organizations)

b. Provide a certified copy of tax registration

c. Provide information on ownership structure (Name of directors of the company / Owner) (Companies/Organization)

d. Provide references from previous clients for similar works

e. Successful bidders will be required to sign World Vision Supplier Code of Conduct form

7.2 Technical Evaluation by a Technical Team

Applicants will need to have the following experiences and qualifications - as detailed in their Technical Proposal (CV and Portfolio) that are submitted as part of the application:

· Proposal that outlines the approach to achieve the Objective and Expected Outcomes.

· Experience in translation of work from English to Somali.

· Experience working in the development and humanitarian space and overlap with the innovation space / manufacturing space would be helpful.

· Some general understanding of cultural conditions in Somalia.

· Fluency in spoken and written English is essential.

All applicant Technical Proposals (CV that list experience and similar projects and Proposed Intervention / Proposal) will be reviewed by a panel of WV / RIL technical and communication people to determine:

· If the applicant has the necessary skills and experience to deliver on the Objective and Expected Outcomes

Technical proposal should outline the methodology for undertaking the Translation of Manufacturing Capabilities Standards, as well as, the detailed work plan showing the assignment’s important activities and milestones.

7.3 Financial Evaluation

All bidders are advised to submit the following Financial Proposal:

Ø Financial proposal: A detailed budget indicating total costs in USD. Your financial proposal should have your professional fee and any other related cost clearly tabulated. Applicable tax amount must be clearly stipulated and separated from the base costs.

Ø Payment Terms

Ø Credit Period

Please note, consultants will be subject to a withholding tax as per government regulations

8.0 Application Process

All interested bidders are requested to submit their proposal in English and by email to [email protected] on or before 5th November 2021.

Proposals should be submitted in three distinct/separate attachments, namely Mandatory Requirements, Technical Proposal and Financial Proposal (Bidders who will combine both technical and financial proposals shall be disqualified)

Bids received after deadline shall not be considered.

Email title should be;- Translation of Manufacturing Capabilities Standards

Only the final selected candidate will be contacted,

How to apply

All interested bidders are requested to submit their proposal in English and by email to [email protected] on or before 5th November 2021.

Proposals should be submitted in three distinct/separate attachments, namely Mandatory Requirements, Technical Proposal and Financial Proposal (Bidders who will combine both technical and financial proposals shall be disqualified)

Bids received after deadline shall not be considered.

Email title should be;- Translation of Manufacturing Capabilities Standards

Only the final selected candidate will be contacted,

2021-11-06

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