The British Council seeks to secure the services of team of consultants to conduct baseline surveys of the social enterprise sectors in Indonesia.
As part of its global social enterprise programme, the British Council is developing a series of baseline surveys of social enterprises. The first four reports were published in October 2016 in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh and Ghana. Since then reports have been published in Kenya, Ethiopia and the Philippines and Morocco. The reports can be downloaded from the British Council website.
The aim of the baseline study is to provide a summary of the current size and scale of the social enterprise sector in Indonesia in order to be able to evaluate the future impact of the British Council’s social enterprise programme and to be able to track how the sector develops in the coming years.
It is also our aim that this study will make an important contribution to the development of the social enterprise globally, as it will allow for other actors to judge the progress and identify possible intervention points for growing the sector.
The supplier will also be expected to conduct additional analysis and support for the report in Indonesia, as outlined below.
The following essential data is required
- The total value of the social enterprise sector
- The total number of social enterprises
- The average annual turnover for social enterprises
- The average number of employees
- Total number of social enterprises that have increased the number of beneficiaries reached over the last year
- Total number of new employees of social enterprises in the last year
- The proportion of social enterprise employees who are women
- Total number of youth-led (under 35) social enterprises
- Total number of women-led social enterprises
- Breakdown of social enterprise by sector/focus
- The number of Higher Education Institutions delivering social enterprise related courses
The following data is desirable
- The number of changes to national/regional/state/institutional policy and/or practice that supports social enterprise e.g.: number of new national/regional institutions/partnerships whose purpose it is to support social enterprise
- The number of changes to national/regional/state/institutional policy and/or practice that supports social enterprise e.g.: number of changes to policy/practice of pre-existing institutions/partnerships whose purpose it is to support social enterprise.
Having already completed four social enterprise surveys, the methodology and survey tools for the project have already been developed. The successful supplier will be expected to employ this methodology for the new surveys in Indonesia. They will also be expected to work with the British Council’s global research partner in delivery.
The Contract awarded will be for the duration of six months, based on project requirements, the contract may be extended for a further month.
For further information and to submit a bid or bids, please download the Request for Proposals documents below.
The deadline for submission of proposals is Tuesday, 12th Dec 2017, 23:59 WIB