RE-ADVERT: Terms of Reference for Conducting Child Resilience Workshops Pre-assessmen
|Employer:||Save the Children|
|Job Title:||RE-ADVERT: Terms of Reference for Conducting Child Resilience Workshops Pre-assessmentFeatured job|
|Description:||RE-ADVERT: INVITATION TO BID FOR CONSULTANCY
Save the Children International (SCI) Somalia program hereby invites interested consultants to bid for the consultancy assignment detailed below
ANNEX 1 : Consultancy Terms of Reference
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 organization, underpinned by a vision in a world in which every child attains the right to survival, protection, development and participation. Our mission to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children, and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives.
Save the Children is an organization for talented people with different backgrounds and perspectives. We are proud that our people are representative of the children we work with and we thrive on our diversity. We are an equal opportunity organization dedicated to our core values of Accountability, Ambition, and Collaboration. Our culture is embedded in these values, along with a strong commitment to our Child Safeguarding Protocol, ensuring that all representatives of Save the Children demonstrate the highest standards of behaviour towards children both in their private and professional lives.
Save the children implementing an integrated emergency child protection projects in Somaliland particularly in Togdheer and Awdal regions. Under the child protection theme, one of the outcomes is to strengthen the resilience and psychosocial wellbeing of children in Somaliland. In view of this Save the Children Somaliland is rolling out the child resilience programme in targeted communities in Hargeisa. The child resilience programme is a non-clinical psychosocial and protection methodology that focuses on children’s positive coping and resilience. The Child Resilience Programme works at multiple levels with children, their caregivers and communities. The programme recognises the key role of parents, other caregivers, teachers and communities in improving children’s psychosocial wellbeing and protection. It seeks to equip them with the skills to care and protect children. The children’s resilience programme takes a holistic approach, based on the principle that long-lasting, effective improvement in children’s lives that have been affected by crises, or protected effects of emergencies, can only be achieved with the full participation of children, their parents, or caregivers and others within the communities in which they live. The child resilience programme comprises of 16 structured workshops for children 10-16 years old. The activities are conducted by the same 1-2 facilitators once or twice a week, for the same group of children. A minimum of 4 meetings with parents/caregivers, which build their skills and understanding of child wellbeing and protection are also conducted.
The Child Resilience Programme focuses on strengthening children’s social, emotional and cognitive skills, through:
· Building self-esteem, self-reliance, hope
· Understanding emotions in self and others
· Communication and negotiation skills
· Building and strengthening relationships
· Improving children’s motivation to play, problem solving skills and positive attitude to others
· Knowledge on rights, protection, accessing resources/navigating
· Identifying risk and protective factors (home, school, community)
The workshops for caregivers are designed to:
· Raise awareness and understanding of psychosocial and protective needs of children
· Explore needs and resources in local community that enhances children’s wellbeing
· Explore ways to strengthen community mechanisms to protect children
· Provide the parents and caregivers with skills to help children who react to difficult experiences
· Train and actively involve parents and caregivers on child protection, positive discipline, prevention of abuse, etc.
Overall Objectives of the pre assessment:
· The scope of this baseline is mainly focused on the Child resilience program within the project. The overall objective of the baseline is to determine for pre assessment in percentage in the five child resilience indicators (Engagement at home, engagement in schools, social relations, problem solving, and self-esteem)
· The baseline will also focus on assessing parents, teachers and caregivers (women & men) level of understanding of the role of family in child resilience
· The pre assessment will also identify the impact of the child resilience workshop for children and identify how this impact will improve the psychosocial wellbeing of the children and their parents/caregivers.
The specific objectives of the Pre assessment are described below: –
· The consultant will conduct Child Resilience pre assessment in Togdher and Awdal regions
· The Local Consultant will lead the Child Resilience pre assessment discussions to gather information for children who will take part in the workshops,
· Establish the anticipated Impact/challenges of the child resilience to the target beneficiaries
ü The Local consultant will employ a participatory approach and will be using standard Child resilience monitoring and evaluation toolkit for this assignment, Prior knowledge of the Child resilience package is mandatory for this assignment. The following child-friendly tools/methodologies will also be used: Brainstorming
ü Drawings especially for young children to Express their Views
ü Smiley Faces
ü Body Mapping Exercises
ü Questions in the FGDs
ü Pre & post questionnaire
ü Most significant change methodology with children, teachers and parents
Deliverables for the Local Consultant
This assignment will take 15 Days in field in Togdher and Awdal region targeting the schools and IDPs where child resilience programme runs
|Publish date:||2019-12-02 00:04:37|