TOR Fund Development Strategy
Request for support with development of a Fund Development Strategy
N’weti is a Mozambican NGO established in 2008, with expertise in health promotion and evidence-based social and behavior change (SBC), community engagement, community-based prevention and health service provision, referral and counter-referral systems, monitoring of health services, advocacy and policy influence, health systems strengthening, and local capacity building. N’weti is currently implementing 10 programmes with 270 staff members based in 4 offices. The organization has its main office in Maputo and provincial offices in Zambézia, Inhambane, and Gaza. The organization has a diverse funding base from donors and currently receives funding from USAID/PEPFAR, EU, UNICEF, Ministry of Health, Aidsfonds, Amplify Change, Village Reach, GIZ, and OSISA. N’weti has recently developed its Strategic Plan (2021-2025), which is fully aligned with national health policies and strategies to attain the most critical national health outcomes.
Objectives, tasks and scope of the assignment
Nweti aims to position itself for fund development, expand the capacity of the organization to examine market opportunities, diversify its funding resource base, expand on available funding, and position itself in an everchanging environment with the objective of securing long term financial sustainability. N’weti aims to engage a consultant/team of consultants to develop a Fund Development Strategy. The organization depends on funding from external donors. N’weti intends to diversify its funding base, other than development aid financing. The Fund Development Strategy will therefore focus on opportunities for N’weti to utilize and invest its existing financial resources develop additional resources. This therefore may include opportunities such as potential investment opportunities, business cases, emerging initiatives, shares, social projects, etc. The Fund Development Strategy, alongside the Resource Mobilization Strategy (to be developed internally) will inform N’weti on opportunities to develop its resources further. The Fund Development Strategy therefore will offer a framework for future fund development activities and also aid the organization in diversifying its funding base, building medium to long-term sustainability. The main objectives are to:
The assignment is expected to take place between 1 February until 15 March.
Expression of interest
All interested consultants/firms are requested to write an expression of interest including both a technical (max 5 pages) and financial proposal in English by:
a. Interpreting the TOR, including a workplan and proposal for the assignment
b. Explaining in detail the methodology and tools to be used in carrying out the assignment
c. Providing a detailed professional budget in US$ including a breakdown of all costs (indicating daily professional rates, number of days to complete the assignment, etc.)
d. Explaining competences to meet the requirements of the assignment
e. Providing the duration and starting date of the assignment
As annexes (not included within 5 pages limit)
f. Providing evidence/reference of similar work undertaken in the recent past (not more than 3 years) g. Attaching CVs and brief technical biographical data of the core team members (no subject to page limit
h. Contact details of references
Submission of proposals
Please send your proposal by email to N’weti using the email addresses email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org with subject ‘Proposal for the Fund Development Strategy’. Any questions regarding the assignment can also be sent to the same email addresses.
Deadline for applications