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Friday 2 September 2022

Consultants are needed.

Save the Children International is inviting qualified consultants to submit the proposals for “The Gender Transformative Training guide/ session guide for adolescent”. Deadline for application is on 13th September, 2022 via Ariba Network. For “unregistered with Save the Children consultants”, send an email requesting for “Registration to Ariba network” form to tanzania.tenders@savethechildren.org

 

Thursday 25 August 2022

Consultants on “The disability Inclusion assessment on Child Protection services” needed.

 

Save the Children International is inviting qualified consultants to submit the proposals “The disability Inclusion assessment on Child Protection services” . Deadline for application is on 2nd September, 2022 via Ariba Network. For “unregistered with Save the Children consultants”, send an email requesting for “Registration to Ariba network” form to tanzania.tenders@savethechildren.org

Monday 15 August 2022

Parenting without Violence Consultancy

 Save the Children International is inviting qualified consultants to submit the proposals for Adapting the Parenting without Violence Common Approach. Deadline for application is on 22nd August, 2022 via Ariba Network. Send an email requesting for “Registration to Ariba network” form to tanzania.tenders@savethechildren.org

Monday 15 August 2022

Connect Consultancy

Save the Children International is inviting qualified consultants to submit the proposals for “Qualitative research and analysis: Conducting a realist evaluation of Connect- A project connecting first-time mothers to postpartum family planning (PPFP) through sustainable approaches”. Deadline for application is on 31st August, 2022 via Ariba Network. Send an email requesting for “Registration to Ariba network” form to tanzania.tenders@savethechildren.org

Monday 25 July 2022

Bester Mulauzi - Save the Children Country Director explaining the organization's strategic plan.

Bester Mulauzi - Save the Children Country Director: Save the children is the world’s largest independent organization working on children’s rights. As a key stakeholder working with children and communities, Save the children started working in Tanzania in 1986 on the island of Pemba in Zanzibar and later expanded its programming to Tanzania mainland

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