CALL FOR EXPRESSION OF INTEREST   Purpose: To identify an appropriate service provider who can design and deliver a training course in quantitative analysis skills, according to the terms of referenc…



Purpose: To identify an appropriate service provider who can design and deliver a training course in quantitative analysis skills, according to the terms of reference below.


Terms of reference



Training Provider (company, organization or individual(s)) to design and deliver training on quantitative analysis skills


Yangon / Nay Pyi Taw


10 days


International Programme Manager of the Denmark-Myanmar Programme on Rule of Law & Human Rights



  • Introduction


The Denmark-Myanmar Programme on Rule of Law and Human Rights (2016-2020) supports the Union Attorney General’s Office (UAGO), the Office of the Supreme Court of the Union (OSCU), lawyers, CSOs as well as the law departments of Dagon and East Yangon Universities in strengthening capacities on core aspects of rule of law and human rights and supporting reform in relevant areas. The programme, which has a total grant of DKK 70 million (approximately USD 10 million), is based on participatory approaches supporting partners to identify their own needs and priorities, and take a lead in the implementation of activities.


The governance of the programme is based on joint decision-making with partners through co-chaired Steering Committees. The programme is part of the Denmark-Myanmar Country Programme (2016-2020) endorsed by a bilateral government-to-government agreement between Myanmar and Denmark as well as MoUs with all key stakeholders. A Joint Venture comprised of the International Commission of Jurists (ICJ) and the Danish Institute for Human Rights (DIHR) has been contracted to provide technical assistance to the programme through a team of experts supporting implementation.



  • Scope of work


The Denmark-Myanmar Programme works with the Office of the Supreme Court of the Union (OSCU) in order to support their reform efforts to assert the independence and accountability of the judiciary, and to strengthen their internal capacity.


The OSCU is continuously improving its capacity to collect and analyse data and to report progress against their Strategic Plan. An Annual Report is prepared and released publicly each year.


The OSCU has requested the assistance of the Denmark-Myanmar Programme to design and conduct a training course in Quantitative Analysis Skills, for members of the research team who are responsible for preparing the Annual Report. This activity is included in the approved 2018 Programme workplan under Activity 3.1.4.


The service provider is required to conduct a brief training needs assessment with OSCU staff, design the training course and materials, and deliver a 4-day training course for 15 OSCU staff in Nay Pyi Taw.


According to procurement guidelines, the service provider will be contracted by the ICJ-DIHR Joint Venture.



  • Objective


The objective is to improve the capacity of selected OSCU staff to collect, analyse and report data, thus facilitating the production of the Annual Report.



  • Deliverables


The following deliverables have been identified:

  • Course materials designed and prepared
  • 4-day training course in Quantitative Analysis delivered to 15 OSCU staff
  • A short debriefing report delivered at the end of the assignment.



  • Proposed methodology


The service provider will:

  • Have preliminary discussions with JV staff in Yangon.
  • Travel to Nay Pyi Taw to consult with relevant OSCU staff, and conduct a basic training needs assessment, to inform the design of the course. The short-term expert will be accompanied by a JV staff member for this trip.
  • Design the course and prepare materials, focusing on developing skills through practical application and using actual OSCU data/information.
  • Deliver the 4-day course to 15 OSCU staff in Nay Pyi Taw. An interpreter will be made available by the JV if required.
  • Prepare a short debriefing report at the end of the assignment, including follow-up recommendations for both OSCU and the JV.




  • Expected timeframes and resource inputs


The resource inputs are estimated at 10 days, with expected breakdown as follows:




Estimated Duration

Design course (including return trip to NPT to conduct brief TNA with OSCU staff).

February 2018 (dates tbc)

5 days

Deliver 4-day training course (including return travel to NPT)


4 days

Reporting, and debrief with OSCU and JV staff


1 day



10 days


  • Timings are subject to agreement with OSCU. It is expected that the training course will be delivered in late February.
  • All ten days input could be provided consecutively; it is also possible for the design of the course and the delivery of the course to take place several weeks apart, subject to OSCU availability.
  • Travel costs to Nay Pyi Taw will be covered by the JV – return flights, accommodation, and subsistence allowance in line with EU regulations. A 2-day trip for training needs assessment and a 5 day trip for delivering the course are expected.




  • Key Requirements for the Service Provider


The service provider must be able to field personnel with the following profile:

  • Relevant University degree.
  • Significant experience in monitoring and evaluation, data analysis, research, reporting etc.
  • Familiarity with the justice sector is desirable, especially from a research and/or M&E perspective.
  • Experience in building technical capacity with local partners (government or non-government).
  • Significant experience providing technical inputs and/or delivering trainings as an external consultant.
  • Myanmar language skills are desirable.


Only Myanmar-based Service Providers will be considered (individuals, organisations, and companies are all acceptable).



  • Submission Process

Service Providers that meet the requirements should submit an expression of interest, which includes the following:

  • Cover letter including the Service Provider’s suitability for the assignment, and current contact information;
  • CV(s) of proposed personnel, including example of previous training report or other relevant work;
  • Expected daily rates;
  • Dates of availability

The deadline to submit the expression of interest is 26 January 2018.


Applications should be emailed to Richard Casagrande, email:


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