We are submitting a proposal and need to include the CV of a highly qualified candidate who would be implementing the project once approved. Hence, we are searching for a trainer for women leadership training. The consultant should be familiar with UN-Women standards and be expert in curriculum development, training conduction and reporting.
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QUALIFICATIONS OF KEY PERSONNEL:
The team leader should have:
- Master’s degree in the field of international development, gender studies, social work or other related area
- A minimum of 7 years of relevant experience in project/programme development and implementation with strong technical expertise in violence against women.
- Experience working in conflict and emergency settings is an asset.
- Demonstrated experience in developing, supporting, adapting and piloting evidence‐based programming on violence against women, preferably in the Asia‐Pacific region.
- Demonstrated experience in monitoring, evaluation and research related to violence against women
- Knowledge about gender equality and the empowerment of women and violence against women.
- Strong research and writing skills, with strong analytical skills.
- Familiarity with violence against women prevention in Asia and the Pacific is an asset.
- Excellent command of English.
The team member(s) should have:
- Master’s degree in the field of international development, gender studies, social science, health, education, or other related area.
- A minimum of 3 years in in project/programme development and implementation with strong technical expertise in violence against women.
- Experience working on violence against women and girls projects is an advantage.
Scope of work:
Working closely with the EVAW team of UN Women Afghanistan, the contractor shall focus on providing technical assistance, capacity building and supporting knowledge production for UN Women Afghanistan to support the design and implementation of violence against women prevention and social norms initiatives, based on knowledge of good practices and evidence‐based approaches, to ensure strategic focus, result orientation and effectiveness and efficiency of VAW prevention components, as well as links to the EU supported Spotlight programme.
Key tasks include:
Development of a 4 to 5‐year violence against women prevention and social norms change programme for UN Women Afghanistan
- Building on the Primary Prevention of Violence Against Women Strategy developed by UN Women Afghanistan, update the mapping of EVAW work and key stakeholders in Afghanistan to identify gaps, best practices, and strategic opportunities
- Conduct consultations and interviews with relevant government stakeholders, UN partners, civil society organisations and key informants
- Identify specific geographic sites, contextual settings and approaches (including SASA! or SASA! like) for project interventions based on data, evidence and best practices
- Build links and compartmentalizes with the Spotlight Initiative project implemented in Afghanistan, specifically with the prevention pillar led by UN Women
- Draft VAW prevention programme document including a full costed budget, first year workplan and a summary that could be shared with donors. The program document must focus on social norms change and include situation analysis; programme strategy and theory of change; logframe with indicators, annual targets and where possible baseline data; partnerships; monitoring, evaluation and learning plan; knowledge management; risks management; communications and visibility. The programme document should build on data, evidence, best practices, and be culturally relevant to the context of Afghanistan, with concrete and implementable activities, and identify potential partners (government, CSOs, NGOs, other organisations). The programme will consider community‐based mobilisation (possibly SASA! or SASA! like), working with religious leaders and cultural leaders, men and boys, schools and universities, the private sector, media.The programme should work across the socio‐ecological model at different levels from the individual to the community. The document should include a monitoring and evaluation plan, as well as a knowledge management and learning plan. A risk management matrix should be developed. The programme should include a logframe, based on the theory of change, with outcomes, outputs and activities, and should include a budget, as detailed as possible.
Support the organisation of two(2) 3‐day workshops on primary prevention in the context of Afghanistan for government and civil society organisations
- Act as technical lead for the organisation of two(2) 3‐day workshops on primary prevention
- Develop agenda and set of presentations and handout materials for the 2 workshops In‐person facilitation of selected/ relevant sessions
- Draft meeting reports/policy briefs
Support the development and organisation of a series of trainings on primary prevention for CSOs and NGOs
- Assess needs for capacity building
- Based on capacity assessment, develop training materials for on‐going learning to strengthen stakeholder understanding on primary prevention and capacity to implement prevention programmes of CSOs, NGOs and partners
- Facilitation of training of trainers sessions, including strengthening of facilitation skills In‐person facilitation of selected/ relevant training sessions
Technical Support and Capacity building for UN Women offices and partners
- Mentoring and coaching UN Women personnel and partners to strengthen capacity to implement,monitor and evaluate VAWG prevention projects
- Provide technical advisory services and inputs for the implementation of VAWG prevention initiatives (Spotlight Initiative, primary prevention programme workplan)