Mapping Study on Worker Feedback and Grievance Mechanisms in the Informal Sector


FLA is running a project with an objective to design and pilot a comprehensive, sustainable program for agriculture companies to reduce child labor and forced labor in the hazelnut supply chain in Turkey.

Child labor is a countrywide issue in Turkey, and governmental action is required for sustainable progress and a permanent solution.

Within the scope of the project’s activities, FLA seeks to conduct Mapping Study on Worker Feedback and Grievance Mechanisms in the Informal Sector. To conduct this exercise, the FLA seeks to engage a third party contractor (the Sub-contractor) to provide the required services. 

 

The Sub-contractor is expected to submit its proposal regarding Mapping Study on Worker Feedback and Grievance Mechanisms in the Informal Sector to the FLA by February 28, 2018. The proposal will be reviewed by the FLA, USDOL and the Project Partners and feedback will be provided to the Sub-contractor by March 5, 2018.  The proposal should include the following elements:

  • the anticipated draft timeline,
  • expected activities and deliverables,
  • proposed methodology and brief description of the tools,
  • brief background of the team members,
  • Sample report
  • budget

 

Please see the below Terms of Reference (ToR) for more detailed information

Terms of Reference-Mapping Study on Worker Feedback and Grievance Mechanisms in the Informal Sector-15.02.18_rev