Apply for DFID’s Anti-Corruption in Nigeria Programme 2018

The UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) is seeking applications for its “ Anti-Corruption in Nigeria Programme ”.

DFID seeks a SP (Service Provider) to contribute towards the effective delivery of the Anti-corruption in Nigeria Programme (ACORN) which runs from December 2018 to December 2021.

Expected Outputs

The 3 main outputs of the overarching programme are as follows:

  • Output 1: Stronger Sanctions Regime- Strengthening the capacity and organisational coordination of enforcement agencies and judiciary to detect, investigate, prosecute and convict those that break the rules and to recover stolen assets. Also enhancing the policy; legislative and institutional framework on anti-corruption and accountable asset recovery. For the purposes of this tender, components of Output 1 alone is the subject of these Terms of Reference.
  • Output 2: Supportive Society and Social Norms- Expectations and attitudes towards corruption in Nigeria changed over time. The programme will base activities on a solid evidence base on how social attitudes and behaviours affect corruption in Nigeria, whether they are established as norms, and whether and how they can be influenced.
  • Output 3: Results, Evidence, Communication and Programme Coordination- Updating evidence on corruption to stimulate public discourse and ensure the continued relevance of the programme. Ensuring coherency and effectiveness of UK support by informing and helping to coordinate HMG AC interventions, including centrally managed programmes.

Deadline: 12 October 2018

How to Apply

Interested applicants must apply using DFID Supplier Portal.

For more information, please visit Anti-corruption in Nigeria.

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