Widows and Orphans Empowerment Organization (WEWE)
Abuja, Nigeria
7d ago


Widows and Orphans Empowerment Organisation (WEWE, is soliciting for quotes from reputable Law Firms to provide Constitution Review Consultancy and Related Party Transaction Consultancy :

a) Constitution Review Consultancy . The successful firm must have prior knowledge to develop non-governmental organisation (NGO) or association Constitution and strong capacity to build NGO’s governance structure and controls.

The amended Constitution is expected to govern the corporate governance structure of WEWE and regulate the relationship between the Board of Trustees and the organisation’s management team.

b) Related Party Transaction Consultancy . The successful firm must have prior knowledge to conduct due diligence AND strong capacity to audit WEWE’s procurement database to ensure that WEWE vendors and suppliers are not businesses related to any employee, member of the Board of Trustees, or management of WEWE in line with WEWE’s Conflict of Interest Policy.

About WEWE

Widows and Orphans Empowerment Organisation (WEWE) is a renowned not-for-profit NGO founded in 2004 with headquarters in Abuja.

WEWE is currently managing two large grants with direct funding from USAID, providing services for over 70,000 orphans and vulnerable children (OVC) and over 20,000 caregivers in Nigeria with 7 services : education, health, psychosocial care, protection, shelter, nutrition and food security and household economic strengthening in line with the National Standards for Improving the Quality of Life of Vulnerable Children in Nigeria.

WEWE also is involved in developing the financial, procurement, organizational and fundraising capacity of other local NGOs.

  • WEWE has grown from managing an income of $6,000 / annum in 2005 to over $2million US dollars / annum in 2017. It has also grown from just 3 staff in 2004 to over 70 staff in 2018;
  • and from working in a few communities in Imo State, to working in over 150 communities in 5 states : Akwa Ibom, Anambra, FCT, Imo and Rivers State respectively.


    At WEWE, we hold dearly in our hearts that :

  • The change the world seeks may be hidden in the life and destiny of an OVC.
  • One orphaned or vulnerable child could be the vessel imbued with the destiny to positively change Nigeria.
  • We all can be used by God to significantly contribute to improving the lives of millions of widows, orphans, vulnerable children & other vulnerable populations in Nigeria & Africa.
  • We believe in and desire to be the best and continually strive to beat our past performance.
  • In Nigeria, there are highly-skilled professionals capable of creating beneficial synergies to show forth our collective spirit of excellence and ingenuity.
  • Our goal to be the most financially clean and compliant local NGO in Nigeria and Africa. Therefore we are out to prove to the world that not all Nigerian NGOs are corrupt, thus we want to be exemplary ambassadors of a credible civil society organization in Nigeria and Africa.

  • Review WEWE Constitution to reflect recent changes in, and recent resolutions of the WEWE Board of Trustee tailored towards a not-
  • for-profit organization and in conformity with the international best practices, Nigerian corporate legal requirements and trends;
  • and also taking into consideration WEWE’s organisational peculiarities.

  • Review WEWE’s Procurement files, WEWE’s pre-qualified or pre-registered vendors list to ensure that none of the directors, shareholders, employees or relatives of the vendors are related to any WEWE staff, management, or Board of Trustees.

  • The law firm must be registered with the Corporate Affairs Commission.
  • Evidence of Tax Identification Number (TIN)
  • Proven history of consultancy or retainership with local non-governmental organisations, associations, or companies limited by guarantee.
  • Proven expertise in developing and reviewing Constitution, or Governing Documents for associations or companies.
  • The managing partner thereof must have at least 10-years’ post Call to the Bar experience in Nigerian legal practice.
  • Experience in conducting due diligence and corporate searches.

  • The consultancy is estimated to run a duration of 3 weeks.

  • Fixed Fee (Negotiable)

  • Interested and qualified law firms are hereby requested to kindly send both the financial and technical proposals for any or both consultancies in soft copies;
  • the profile of the law firm, as well as the CV of the principal consultant that would personally lead the consultancy to legalconsultancy weweng.

    org on or before the close of business (5pm) on September 30, 2018.

    Qualified consultants or consultant firms should submit the requisite document timeously. Only successful shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

    N / B where shortlisted for presentation, WEWE shall not cover any cost for attending interview or presentation. This advertisement does not constitute an offer as the relevant offer shall be made upon the terms to be agreed by the selected consultant or firm of consultants and WEWE.

    WEWE is an equal opportunity employee which does not discriminate based on tribe, state of origin, gender, race, physical disability.

    WEWE does not require that this information be included in your application as this would not be used in the selection criteria.

    Kindly note that WEWE does not contract nor deal with organisations and individuals that have links with, or proven to be involved with financing terrorism.

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