To all interested firms and institutions with experience in developing national education strategies, World Learning Inc. (WL) implementing the USAID-funded Quality Instruction Towards Access and Basic Education Improvement (QITABI) Project, formally invites interested bidders to participate in a competitive procurement process requiring interested companies to submit asap a bidder’s request to receive the full Request For Proposals (RFP) for the development of a National Student Learning Assessment Framework/Strategy.
The RFP, including all specifications, terms & conditions is available by sending an email to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Final Bids must be submitted by email to email@example.com by August 13, 2018 no later than 5:00 p.m. Beirut time.
About the Organization
Why World Learning
Eighty years ago, a group of young Americans sailed to Germany on a cultural exchange program. They returned home with lifelong friendships, a broader understanding of the world, and the ability to empathize with people from other cultures. This was the beginning of The Experiment in International Living. It was also the beginning of World Learning.
The Experiment in International Living is still a vibrant part of World Learning today. But as global needs have grown, World Learning has grown too. Today World Learning operates the SIT graduate school, study abroad programs, and leads international development and civic activism programs throughout the world.
In 60 countries with an annual budget of $145 million, World Learning empowers people and strengthens institutions that help people learn, grow, and thrive.
Nobel Peace Prize winners and heads of parliament have earned master’s degrees at our School of International Training. College students spend a semester abroad in our Study Abroad program. Judges, police officers and other community leaders hone their skills through our international exchanges. Activists in Myanmar learn community organizing through our international development program.