Accord Worldwide is submitting a proposal for the following project. It is a government and UN collaboration project in Afghanistan and requires the following experts. You can apply for the position if it meets your qualifications. Applicants can update their profile on consultortrain.com and/or send a message to @admin. If your user account shows you meet the qualifications, we will send you a separate email requesting your CV.
At the end of the programme, participants will be able to:
- Understand and articulate their visions for gender equality and women rights that will guide their daily practices as organizational leaders.
- Analyze challenges and have tools to examine gender‐based biases and discrimination in the workplace.
- Understand and able to identify strategies and actions to transform leadership styles to promote gender equality and women’s rights.
- Understand various leadership models, and be able to apply appropriate models that align with the principles of gender equality in their organizational contexts.
- Improve capacity to communicate, influence, manage conflicts, negotiate and speak in public with various target audiences, including men and boys.
- Contribute to building collective movements for gender equality and women’s rights in Afghanistan
- Gender equality and women rights principles such as CEDAW NAP 1325 and other national commitments
Gender based discriminations practices (with examples from Afghanistan)
Leadership models and concept of transformational leadership
Stakeholders management influencing skills
Effective internal and external communication skills
Project and financial management skills
Summary of Key Functions and Deliverables
Provide professional services which includes technical expertise to deliver the capacity development programme:
1. Conduct capacity and needs assessment of potential participants of six trainings.
2. Develop a tailored curriculum for 6 cohorts MPs (2 groups), Senators, Civil Servants, CSOs leaders (2 groups).
3. Develop training plan entailed training approach with details of subject, activities plan, methodology to measure training results (for example pre‐posttests) as well as proposed training report format of each group.
4. Develop training materials (manual, handouts and PPTs, exercises, materials for activities) in English, and upon approval of UN Women, have the materials translated to Dari for all participants.
5. Deliver six 6‐day trainings for 6 cohorts (approximate total of 170 participants (25 participants per group)
6. Prepare training report providing overall trainings and each cohort reflections on the content delivered, results of the pre and post training assessment, challenges, lessons learnt, recommendations and follow up plans/activities to be undertaken.
Activities include but are not necessarily limited to the following tasks:
1. Conduct capacity and needs assessment of the participants, in consultation and with guidance from UN Women.
2. Develop tailored curriculums for 6 cohort; MPs (2 groups), Senators, Civil Servants and CSOs leaders (2 groups)
3. Develop detailed training plan detailing topics, contents, proposed team of trainers/ facilitators, activities plan, methodology to assess and measure knowledge before and after the training for the 6 cohorts
4. Prepare learning materials: the entity should provide the learning materials / equipment for all the training activities.
5. Deliver the training to the participants: deliver the training as per the suggested agenda. Trainers can shift over from one group to another, however it is up to the entity how they can better arrange this.
6. Provide Training Report: Provide a report in the approved format to the UN Women within 15 days of the training’s completion.