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International Rescue Committee

Consultancy - Development Of Curriculum On Risks Of GBV In Sports

Kakuma, Kenya

International Rescue Committee

Consultancy - Strengthening Social Inclusion And Mitigating GBV In Sports

Kakuma, Kenya

International Rescue Committee

Consultant - Psychosocial Support Curriculum Development

Kakuma, Kenya

United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR)

CLOSED
Risk Management And Compliance Officer

Kakuma, Kenya

DanChurchAid (DCA)

CLOSED
Financial Inclusion Intern - Kakuma

Kakuma, Kenya

Refugee Consortium of Kenya

CLOSED
Accountant / Admin. Assistant

Kakuma, Kenya

United Nations World Food Programme (UN WFP)

CLOSED
Programme Policy Officer (Resilience), NOA, Kakuma

Kakuma, Kenya

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International Rescue Committee

CLOSED
WPE Officer

Kakuma, Kenya

Consultancy - Development Of Curriculum On Risks Of GBV In Sports

Closing: Dec 7, 2022

2 days remaining

Published: Dec 1, 2022 (4 days ago)

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The overall purpose of the of the project is to strengthen social inclusion, cohesion, and psychosocial well-being of young people through sport-related platforms. The project aims at broadening participation of adolescent girls, young women, and boys in sports activities through engagement with community leaders and parents, training of coaches and other duty bearers, and psychosocial and life skills support to the youth. pathway. IRC seeks to have a curriculum developed to create awareness to the coaches on social inclusion and exclusion, prevention of GBV and strengthen coaches/facilitators’ capacity on identification and mitigation of GBV risks in sports.

Qualifications

The ideal consultant should have: -

  • Relevant master’s degree in social sciences or another relevant field with training in the field of health, Gender, and development.
  • Over 7 years’ experience in GBV Prevention and Response, Training and supervision
  • Experience in working in Refugee settings or post conflict context
  • Experience in working with adolescents and youths and working collaboratively with government and other development partners.  
  • Experience with use of sports and gaming activities to help model behavior of adolescent and youth, address gender issues and build social cohesion and inclusion
  • Experience working with marginalized and special groups.
  • Ability to communicate in English and Kiswahili and in local languages in Turkana is an added advantage.

The successful candidate will be required to:

  • Follow protection guidelines when engaging with all participants in the assessment.
  • Adhere to organization policy of different partners that will be involved in the assessment.
  • Adhere to human rights, Protection Principles, socio-ecological, systems strengthening and MHPSS approaches.
  • Be guided by the spirit of collaboration, cooperation, partnerships, balance of power, meaningful engagement of marginalized voices and women, girls, young people, vulnerable, persons living with disability among others.


Responsibilities
The overall purpose of the of the project is to strengthen social inclusion, cohesion, and psychosocial well-being of young people through sport-related platforms. The project aims at broadening participation of adolescent girls, young women, and boys in sports activities through engagement with community leaders and parents, training of coaches and other duty bearers, and psychosocial and life skills support to the youth. pathway. IRC seeks to have a curriculum developed to create awareness to the coaches on social inclusion and exclusion, prevention of GBV and strengthen coaches/facilitators’ capacity on identification and mitigation of GBV risks in sports.

Qualifications

The ideal consultant should have: -

  • Relevant master’s degree in social sciences or another relevant field with training in the field of health, Gender, and development.
  • Over 7 years’ experience in GBV Prevention and Response, Training and supervision
  • Experience in working in Refugee settings or post conflict context
  • Experience in working with adolescents and youths and working collaboratively with government and other development partners.  
  • Experience with use of sports and gaming activities to help model behavior of adolescent and youth, address gender issues and build social cohesion and inclusion
  • Experience working with marginalized and special groups.
  • Ability to communicate in English and Kiswahili and in local languages in Turkana is an added advantage.

The successful candidate will be required to:

  • Follow protection guidelines when engaging with all participants in the assessment.
  • Adhere to organization policy of different partners that will be involved in the assessment.
  • Adhere to human rights, Protection Principles, socio-ecological, systems strengthening and MHPSS approaches.
  • Be guided by the spirit of collaboration, cooperation, partnerships, balance of power, meaningful engagement of marginalized voices and women, girls, young people, vulnerable, persons living with disability among others.


In liaison with the Women Protection and Empowerment (WPE) Program Team, guidance from UNFPA and input from partners, the consultant will be required to:

  • Conduct literature review and research on the plussport interventions and use the findings to form basis of adaptation of curriculum.
  • Collect data from key stakeholders through meetings, FGDs and Key Informants interviews to establish the desired modules and areas on inclusion.  
  • Review the sports for protection tool kit specifically social inclusion and cohesion outcomes which will form the basis for the curriculum
  • Conduct validation meeting with the with relevant stakeholders and coordinating structures and use the recommendations to enrich the curriculum.
  • Pre-test the draft curriculum and use the feedback to improve the final curriculum.
  • Appendix evaluation tools to enable facilitators to evaluate the effectiveness of the curriculum.
  • Develop a final curriculum for training coaches on how to use the curriculum adequately. The final version (with sign off) approved by the relevant stakeholders.
  • Train the coaches in Kakuma on the developed curriculum
  • Submit the approved curriculum


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