Thursday, July 28, 2016

Save the Children,Consultant for Policy Analysis and Advocacy Training Jobs in Rwanda

Terms of Reference
Consultant for Policy Analysis and Advocacy Training
For over 90 years, Save the Children has been making a difference in children's lives in more than 120 countries. We are the world's largest independent child rights organisation, underpinned by a vision in a world in which every child attains the right to survival, protection, develo
pment and participation. Our mission to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children, and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives.
Accountability for children’s rights project in Rwanda
With support from the European Union, Save the Children is strengthening the culture of dialogue on children issues, legislations, and policy and budget dialogues between the Government of Rwanda, Civil Society and children themselves.
General Comment 5 of 2003 of the Committee on the Rights of the Child dealing with “General Measures of Implementation of the Convention” outlines a number of measures such as legislative, policy, institutional, budgetary and statistical actions which countries must undertake for the effective implementation of the Convention on the Rights of the Child (CRC). This is founded on states responsibility to protect, respect and fulfil children’s rights born out of states’ ratification of or accession to the CRC.
In the same framework, Rwanda has put in place a number of policies that caters for children rights issues which include the Integrated Child Rights Policy (ICRP).
While the Rwanda’s Vision 2020 seeks to fundamentally transform Rwanda into a middle-income country by the year 2020 and as the country invests efforts towards the achievement of the global Sustainable Development Goals, it is essential for child focused Civil Society Organisations (CSOs) and children themselves to work hand in hand with the Rwandan Government to ensure that children’s rights are realized and not left behind.
In the same context, Save the Children is looking for a consultant or consultancy firm that would facilitate a workshop to strengthening the capacity of civil society organisations on policy analysis and advocacy.
Consultancy Objectives
SCI- Rwanda expects the consultant/consultancy firm to facilitate the workshop for Civil Society Organisations, including the development of training guide, tools, conducting a 4 day training and providing a quality report of the training.
Scope of Services
The consultant shall ensure the completion of the following activities in accordance with the terms and conditions of the consultancy contract:
Design and organise tools and module for the training
  1. Facilitate a training and support participants in undertaking practical policy analysis and advocacy  exercises in a child rights lens
  2. Support CSOs in constructively engage a specific Government institution in a one day discussion during the training
  3. Training report writing
Workshop methodology
The consultant is also expected to propose his/her methodology to achive desired training results.  However the training methodology should meet the following minimum requirements:
  • Participatory and appropriate to adults participants
  • Using visual and audio aids where applicable
  • Draw on context appropriate examples
Provide a comparative view of other countries and context
Consultancy time-frame: 
The total consultancy time is estimated at around 7 working days. The training is expected to take place Mid-August.
  • 2 days for the design and organisation of tools and module for the training
  • 4 days for the workshop  
  • 1 day for report writing
Duration of role
The consultancy is expected to begin Mid-August 2016 for 7 working days. In the future, the consultant may be engaged in other policy and/or advocacy activities based on performance and skills demonstrated.
Key selection criteria
  • Master’s degree in public policy, social sciences, development studies or other related field
  • Proven  experience in policy cycle, policy analysis and advocacy
  • Very good understanding of Child Rights and related instruments  
  • Knowledge of the Rwandan legal and policy framework
  • Experience in child rights and/or advocacy work
  • Training facilitation skills
  • Expertise in developing high level quality documents
  • Experience in conducting similar work
Payment details
  • Payment will be in accordance with the contractual terms and a  detailed budget breakdown as submitted by the consultant, and invoices will be expected from the consultant prior to payment
Application specifications
Candidates interested in the position will be expected to provide the following documentation:
  • Detailed technical response to ToR, with specific focus addressing the scope of work, work plan, methodology to be used and key selection criteria (2-3 pages)
  • Company/individual  profile or CV including a minimum of 3 references
  • Detailed budget breakdown based on expected daily rates and availability
  • To register interest in this consultancy, please send the following documentation to
  • Please mention National Consultant–Policy analysis and advocacy consultant as subject of your mail.
  • The deadline for receiving applications is 12th August 2016.

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