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Break the Cycle (BTC) Project – empowerment to combat violence against women/girls with disabilities in Nigeria – is a multi-year socio-economic empowerment project addressing the drivers of violence against women and girls with disabilities, funded by UK AID through CBM, and implemented by Disability Rights Advocacy Center (DRAC).

DRAC seeks to conduct a Baseline Survey and Needs Assessment on the Socio-Economic Status of Women and Girls with Disabilities, and therefore, invites applications/technical proposals for the conduct of this research.

The Application/Technical Proposal should include an understanding of the terms of reference, the proposed methodology, an organized work plan with timeframe for deliverables, detailed budget and names and CVs of proposed personnel. Proposals should be sent to BTCProject@drac-ng.org not later than January 10, 2020.

​See full terms of reference here:


Comments (7)

  • Hi,
    Compliments of the season.
    I came across this RFP and thought to comment.
    The African Centre for Innovative Research and Development (AFRI-CIRD) would be very happy to provide the Baseline service. We recently conducted a national disability study for DFID-funded Propcom Maikarfi program in Northern Nigeria. In fact this RFP exactly speaks to a major recommendation from the study which is to explore deeper the vulnerabilities that girls and women are exposed to across the several socioeconomic activities, especially in agribusiness and entrepreneurship. It is on the bases of such that MADE – DAI DFID funded Programm covering South South Nigeria is in currently in talks with AFRI-CIRD for a disability study of her program in the region.

    We are very happy to also support you in this Baseline Study. Please share with us the RFP to info@afri-cird.org, mohammed.bello@afri-cird.org

    Thank you in anticipation of your earliest response.

  • Jacinta Jacinta Chinyere

    This is a very good Plan and an Intensive Project for we the Women/Girls With Disabilities in Nigeria.
    DRAC you are really doing it right, because Women With Disabilities feel it most.

  • Excellent read, I just passed this onto a colleague who was doing some research on that. And he just bought me lunch as I found it for him smile Therefore let me rephrase that: Thanks for lunch! “For most of history, Anonymous was a woman.” by Virginia Woolf.


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