Application deadline date has been passed for this Job.
  • Post Date: October 21, 2023
Job Description



Neem Foundation is a non-profit, non-governmental organization founded as a direct response to the problem of insecurity in Nigeria. The Foundation was established under Nigerian law in January 2016 and is registered with the Corporate Affairs Commission. We are committed to improving the lives of those affected by the insurgency and preventing violence through building inclusive communities and providing and raising the standards of psychosocial care.

Neem Foundation staff can boast of over 30 years cumulative staff experience in psychosocial support, and have extensive training and experience in P/CVE, community engagement, intelligence, social media monitoring, strategic communication, and project cycle management. We believe in a broad-based, multi-stakeholder, multi-disciplinary approach and will work to raise awareness on P/CVE, build the capacity of key actors, and encourage a collaborative approach that involves youth, women, traditional leaders, religious leaders, civil society, academics, security services, and government institutions at state and federal level. Neem Foundation intends to provide world class services to its target audiences.

The service to be delivered is detailed in the attached schedule.

The services will be delivered over a maximum of 60 days

The Consultant will provide skills development and economic empowerment support to beneficiaries in 4 LGAs/communities across the 3 program States.

Sokoto : Tangaza (Gidan Madi); Gwadabawa; Dange Shuni (Shuni) and Bodinga (Sifawa).

Katsina : Kurfi; Dutsinma; Batagarawa and charanchi

Zamfara : Mada (Gusau LGA); Hayin Kotorkoshi (Bungudu LGA); Yandoton Daji (Tsafe LGA); and Sarkin Mafara Sarkin Baura (Kaura Namoda LGA)

Terms of Reference / Specifications

The planned support will take the form of technical and practical skills training aimed at developing the capacity of participants to engage in the local Financial Market. The objective of this project is promote community led early warning for violence and conflict as well as promote peace and reconciliation through dialogue and various engagements. This livelihood component seeks to build a pool of skilled beneficiaries (selected community members) who are able to generate income for themselves and their, and build their resilience sustain families, and resist recruitment into organized crimes and violent extremist groups and banditry. The successful Consultant must demonstrate a methodology for measuring the impact of the project as well as a sustainability plan.

Consortium Applications Highly Encouraged

Method of Application

Email the below sets of document as one attachment:

Proposal with a detailed budget. The proposal must include:

  • Profile of Consultant with relevant work experience
  • Tax Identification Number
  • Certificate of Incorporation – Corporate Affairs Commission
  • Two reference letters from contracts executed

All documents should be sent in Microsoft Word or PDF formats to

Thank you for your interest in the above procurement. As the managing contractor for the Project, Neem Foundation invites you to submit a proposal for the goods or services listed below. Your quote will be valid for the Validity Period of 60 days. Please forward your proposal in line with the details for submission above by the Closing Date and Time