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PIB NO: 16.060 for capacity building in Cambodia

PIB NO: 16.060 for capacity building in Cambodia
DATE: 10/25/2016

Office of Acquisition Assistance, Washington, D.C. 20523

Request for Proposals
USAID/Cambodia Supporting Forests and Biodiversity Project


Cooperative Agreement: AID-442-A-13-00002

Country: Cambodia
Geo Code: 937

USAID SFB is seeking a qualified organization to implement comprehensive capacity building trainings to Ministry of Environment (MoE) protected area law enforcement staff. The training should be designed to improve the capacity and knowledge of both protected area (wildlife sanctuary) management and field based rangers. The organization chosen to implement this work will also provide a manual/booklet that covers the fundamentals provided in the trainings which will be delivered to rangers upon completion of the training.

The intent of this work is to increase protected area rangers and managers’ understanding of their roles and responsibilities and enhance their capacity with: 1) law enforcement; 2) Cambodian protected area law; 3) methods to implement their work while ensuring personal safety for themselves, their colleagues and the public. Potential topics for law enforcement training modules include: patrol planning and scheduling, adaptive planning, patrolling operations, data collection, intelligence gathering, reporting, arrest procedures, field crafts, safety protocols and other relevant skills.

Submission Deadlines and Templates

USAID SFB has standard templates for the proposal, budget, and information forms for use in preparing and submitting a proposal. To obtain these templates and forms, please contact the USAID SFB Project Office at 023-220-714, or by email at, or in person at Winrock International, Room 588, 5th Floor, Building H, Phnom Penh Center, Phnom Penh, Cambodia.


Proposals must be received no later than 5:00 PM Cambodia Time on Tuesday, November 9, 2016.  Late submissions will not be accepted.