NGO INGO (Social Work)
NGO INGO (Social Work)

Terms of Reference

Kathmandu,
Education: Unknown
Full time

Job description

Terms of Reference

For

One Day Orientation/Workshop on GBV Prevalence in Nepal and its Legal Provisions to District Project Team - ENGAGE

1  Background

VSO has been in Nepal since 1964 and currently implementing its programmes in 25 districts of five Provinces. Currently VSO Nepal programme focuses on Education, Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights, Youth, Livelihoods, Gender & Inclusion, Governance, Climate Change and Resilience. Using our unique Volunteering for Development approach we have brought thousands of people together over the years to generate insights, ideas and, above all, action on poverty and exclusion. Working in 24 countries around the world, our unique role in international development is to place committed volunteers with carefully selected organizations where their skills can have the greatest impact.

2.  Scope of the assignment

The purpose of this assignment is to provide capacity development of project field staffs on GBV legal provision. Staffs should be oriented on GBV Prevalence in Nepal and specific working districts (Banke, Sarlahi and Parsa). Additionally, major focus on engagement of men and boys to reduce GBV in local communities to eliminate violence in communities and elsewhere. The scope of work requires a consultant who has in-depth understanding and knowledge on existing laws and policies of Nepal Government on GBV and other ratified international instruments related to it. This training is targeted to district project team of ENGAGE, including community mobilizers and national volunteers of working districts. They all are the people who are directly connected to primary actors and to all the children through various way i.e. teaching, mentoring, coaching, and by organizing different learning events for them.

The content/PPP slides of the training will be developed by consultant in close coordination with VSO team to develop an effective and concise content for clarity on the subject matter being mindful about understanding level of the participants. The content should be both in English and Nepali and the session will be based on Nepali slides.

4.  Outputs/Deliverables

The following deliverables are expected from the consultant in due process of the assignment:

  • Develop a content/PPT slides package which covers GBV prevalence in Nepal overall and specific working districts (Banke, Sarlahi and Parsa)
  • Major emphasis on existing laws and policies of Nepal Government on GBV and other ratified international instruments related to it.
  • Capacity building of district project team on engagement of men and boys, changing mindset, gender responsive behaviour/attitudes and eliminate GBV in the communities and elsewhere to bring positive and transformational change.
  • Deliver one day training session to district team including community mobilizers and national volunteers (altogether 2 events) in three working districts i.e. Parsa and Sarlahi one event, and another event for Banke.
  • Provide a constructive report after delivery of training sessions.

5.  Timeframe and Estimated working days

This piece of work requires 7 days are required the engagement of consultant – 2 days for training delivery and 5 days for preparation, travel, and reporting. Travel and accommodation cost for the consultant will be covered by project adhering VSO policy.

  • This task - development and delivery of the above-mentioned content and delivery of the training sessions and reporting need to complete by 25th of May 2021.

6.  Qualifications and experience of the consultant

The training should be led by a professional with degree and work background on gender equality, social inclusion, child protection, and disability.

  • Minimum a bachelor’s degree (Masters is preferable) in Law/International law/Gender or Social Science related fields.
  • At least 5 years experiences on developing and delivering the content on Gender/Protection & Safeguarding/GBV/Disability.
  • Extensive knowledge on child protection & safeguarding, gender, GBV and related laws and policies.
  • Excellent report writing skills in both English and Nepali.
  • Capacity to present the content in clear way to the targeted participants in very simple manner as this training participants includes Community Mobilisers who work closely with community volunteers.

7.  Submission of Proposal and budget

The consultant needs to submit a technical Proposal, working days schedule (time frame) along with deliverables as per ToR. Budget breakdown should be submitted in the separate sheet for the working days. Submit the brief proposal to the below email address: procurement.nepal@vsoint.org

8.  Mode of Payment

Payment should be done through bank transfer and it will be made in a single instalment because of the volume of the assignment. Payment will be made after delivery of the training sessions and submission of the training report.

9.  Intellectual Property

All information related to this content/ training slides will remain the property of VSO Nepal. Except for purposes of this assignment, the information will not be disclosed to the public nor used in whatever without written permission from VSO Nepal.

10.  Reporting

Child protection, AYSRH and GBV Coordinator

11. Application Procedure

Interested and eligible firms are required to submit the following:

  • Technical proposal which includes objectives and method with detailed timeline.
  • Financial proposal indicating consultancy fee and a breakdown of expenses.
  • Copy of company registration certificate
  • Copy of PAN/VAT registration certificate
  • Tax Clearance Certificate 2075/76

Interested and eligible Firms/person are requested to submit their letter of interest along with required documents as mentioned above on point no. 7 and 11 to email ID: procurement.nepal@vsoint.org by 14th of April 2021 no later than 5:00 pm.

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