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28 Mar 2017

Centre for Environment & Human Rights

Call for proposals: Human rights impacts baseline study to help oil-affected communities track progress of Nigerian Govt. clean-up programme

The Centre for Environment & Human Rights (CEHRD), in collaboration with the Movement for the Support of the Ogoni Peoples (MOSOP), are commissioning an integrated baseline study that will allow communities to track progress of a multi-stakeholder 'clean up' programme for the Niger Delta announced by the Government of Nigeria in 2016. Interested bidders are invited to download the Terms of Reference and submit their proposals on http://www.iaia.org/iaia-community-connect.php. The deadline to receive proposals is 2 May, 2017. Clarification questions will only be accepted from interested bidders who submit their questions through the same webpage up to 7 April 2017.