Innovation for Indonesia’s School Children (INOVASI) Partnership and Grant Program
Request for Proposal (RFP): Inclusive Basic Literacy Program in Bima District, West Nusa Tenggara
Innovation for Indonesia’s School Children (INOVASI) is looking to partner with local pre-service teacher training institutions (LPTK – Lembaga Pendidikan Tenaga Kependidikan) to deliver the Inclusive Basic Literacy program in Bima District, West Nusa Tenggara. The details program and requirements of this RFP are specified in the TOR for Inclusive Literacy Grant Program .
The Proposal can be written in Bahasa Indonesia and must use the INOVASI Proposal templates. The templates can be downloaded through these links:
- Technical Proposal Template
- Budget Proposal Template
All applicants should submit technical and financial proposal to: email@example.com
Any enquiries related to this RFP must be submitted in writing and directed to firstname.lastname@example.org no later than five days prior to the closing time (6th January 2021).
The proposal submission is closed on Monday, 11 January 2021 no later than 5 pm Western Indonesia Time.
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Indonesia’s education system has made remarkable progress over the last two decades. Increased spending and a range of policy reforms have led to gender-balanced, near-universal school enrolment. Achievement against access targets has been good, but the challenges of improving quality and equity remain. A majority of Indonesian children do not acquire the fundamental skills needed to participate in the economy, society or further education, and are falling further behind their peers in the region and globally.
The Government of Australia (GoA), through the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), is partnering with the Government of Indonesia (GoI) to improve education quality by supporting improved effectiveness and efficiency of Indonesia’s basic education systems.
Phase II of the Innovation for Indonesia’s School Children (INOVASI) program, builds on Phase I of both INOVASI and the Technical Assistance for Education System Strengthening (TASS) program. The integrated program supports national and sub-national partners (e.g. districts, civil society organisations) to pilot school-level approaches to strengthen teaching and learning, and respond to requests for targeted policy support at national level. Phase II is planned to run from July 2020 to December 2023. It will collaborate closely with the GoI at the district, provincial and national level to develop and implement action-oriented research and pilots to answer the broad question: “What works to improve student learning outcomes in Indonesia?” It will focus on three sub-topics of investigation: the quality of teaching in the classroom, the quality of support for teachers, and learning for all.
The Program is managed by Palladium on behalf of DFAT.