Response Deadline: June 7, 2024

Submit Questions by: June 5, 2024

Expected Award Date: June 24, 2024


With a global presence spanning over 70 countries, FHI 360 brings together a diverse team of experts across various disciplines to address complex and interconnected development challenges. Grounded in our commitment to fostering sustainable human development, we strive to empower individuals and communities worldwide.

FHI 360, a leading nonprofit organization committed to human development, is seeking an experienced consultant to conduct training on Organizational Capacity Development (OCD) for EpiC Thailand partners. The goal of this training is to enhance and strengthen organizational capacities and performance, ensuring they achieve targeted results, adapt effectively, and sustain improvements over time.


Organizational Capacity Development (OCD) is essential for an organization seeking to improve its effectiveness, achieve sustainable results, and adapt to new challenges. It involves strengthening various aspects of the organization, including its structures, processes, resources, and capabilities.


The services required of the contractor would include, but not be limited to:

  • Organizational Capacity Assessment: Collaborating with FHI 360 to conduct the evaluation of the current capacity and identifying gaps.
  • Organizational Capacity Development Plan: Developing a tailored OCD plan on the assessment findings and designing a dynamic training balances engagement of participants.
  • Implementation/Conducting Training: Executing the designed OCD plan through targeted interventions and activities.
  • Technical Assistance of OCD: Providing TA to EpiC partners to execute OCD interventions and activities which have been identified from the assessment and agreed from the partners.
  • Monitoring and Evaluation: Continuously tracking progress and outcomes.
  • On-Site Management of All Event Operations: Ensuring seamless execution of all event operations, including setup, registration, activity management, technical support, attendee assistance, and overall coordination to deliver a memorable and impactful experience for all participants.
  • Post-Evaluation and Reporting: Conducting thorough post- evaluation to assess the organizational capacity effectiveness in achieving its objectives, gathering feedback from participants and stakeholders, and preparing comprehensive reports to document key learnings, successes, and areas for improvement.


  • Baseline Assessment Report
  • End-Line Assessment Report
  • Customized OCD Plans for EpiC Partners (based on the finding)


Interested parties are invited to submit a detailed proposal addressing the following components:

  • Company Background and Relevant Experience: Provide an overview of your company’s background, experience, and expertise in organizing trainings, particularly those catering to organizational capacity development.
  • Proposed Training Vision, Theme, and Activity Concepts: Present your vision for the OCD training, including creative concepts, and innovative ideas for activities and experiences that will align with the training objectives.
  • References and Past Success Stories: Provide references from previous clients or partners, along with examples of past trainings or projects that demonstrate your ability to deliver high-quality and impactful experiences, particularly in the realm of OCD training.

Evaluation Criteria:

Proposals will be evaluated based on the following criteria:

  • Proposed Approach: 40%
  • Total cost: 40%
  • Relevant experience: 20%

Disclaimers and FHI 360 Protection Clauses

  • FHI 360 will not compensate offerors for preparation of their response to this solicitation.
  • Issuing this solicitation is not a guarantee that FHI 360 will award a subcontract.
  • FHI 360 reserves the right to issue a subcontract based on the initial evaluation of offers without discussion.
  • FHI 360 may choose to award a subcontract for part of the activities in the solicitation. FHI 360 may choose to award subcontracts to more than one offeror for specific parts of the activities in the solicitation.
  • FHI 360 may request from short‐listed offerors a second or third round of either oral presentation or written response to a more specific and detailed scope of work that is based on a general scope of work in the original solicitation.
  • FHI 360 has the right to rescind a solicitation or rescind an award prior to the signing of a subcontract due to any unforeseen changes in the direction of FHI 360’s client, be it funding or programmatic.
  • FHI 360 reserves the right to waive any deviations by offerors from the requirements of this solicitation that in FHI 360’s opinion are considered not to be material defects requiring rejection or disqualification; or where such a waiver will promote increased competition.
  • Data produced under this solicitation belongs to FHI 360. Any distribution of data must first have written authorization from FHI 360 or its designated representative.

How to apply

Submission Deadline:

Proposals must be submitted no later than June 7, 2024, to the following email address: [email protected].

Contact Information:

For inquiries or clarification regarding this RFP, please contact Sirikanya Santayakul via email at [email protected].