Mapping and risk analysis – “Naye Thit” project

CFI is looking for a service provider capable of creating 1) a mapping of potential partners and beneficiaries of the Project in Myanmar, Thailand and Europe, their needs and opportunities, 2) an analysis of the risks associated with the implementation of the Project, 3) ensuring that these tools are presented and disseminated to Project implementation operators and other international partners 4) and regular updating of these tools.

Naye Thit Project aims to meet some of the needs of Myanmar media outlets, journalists and civil society organizations (CSOs) operating in their country or abroad, engaged in the production and dissemination of information about the actual Burmese situation. The Project wishes to offer them both tools for development and protection, financial support for structuring, and capacity building in order to continue to offer quality information and thus contribute to the return of democracy. It also aims to allow these media to access the international information market by recalling the best practices, ethical rules and red lines of the profession. Finally, it aims to support Myanmar CSOs to develop their skills in citizen journalism, so that they take full part in the creation and dissemination of reliable and verified information and working more closely with journalists and professional media.

The Services entrusted to the Service Provider are:
1. A mapping of potential beneficiaries of the Project (journalists, media outlets, CSOs, activists, NGOs, civil society organisations working in the production of information, documentation of the situation, in the country and in exile), of their needs and existing support opportunities. To associate to this mapping a review of the partners and experts that can be requested by CFI and other implementation operators to support the beneficiaries. Mapping will focus on Myanmar, Thailand and Western Europe.
2. A risk analysis for the Project and its implementation operators. The Service Provider shall carry out an analysis of the financial, operational and security risks that may impact the implementation of the project, its training activities and financial support to Myanmar beneficiaries in the country and in exile. It will also analyse existing mitigation measures and classify them (from effective to non-performing).
3. A light biannual monitoring and a biannual updating of the mapping and risk analysis.

You can send your questions and/or your application file to the following address: with the subject line “Mapping and risk analysis – “Naye Thit” project”.

Call for tenders
September 4th, 2023 at 6:00 p.m. GMT+1
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