International Consultancy for PSEA Risk Assessment – Yaoundé
Yaoundé, Centre, Cameroon·
- Develop a work plan
- Develop training modules and train PSEA resources persons and focal points in IP PSEA risk assessment and action plans development
- Develop training modules and train 12 UNICEF staff as PSEA trainers
- Develop training modules and run a refresher course on PSEA for UNICEF Staff
- Assess SEA risk level of UNICEF national implementing partners according to UNICEF guidance
- Final report of the consultancy
- Workplan presented and validated by the Representative: By COB 17 August
- 22 UNICEF staff trained, and training modules shared with UNICEF in electronic version (French and English): 5 days in Yaounde in September 2022
- 12 UNICEF staff trained, and training modules shared with UNICEF in electronic version (French and English): 5 days in Yaounde in October 2022
- 90% of staff attended PSEA refresher and training modules shared with UNICEF in electronic version (French and English). All Teams sessions are recorded and saved as archives. The refresher sessions are evaluated by each trained staff: 5 days remotely through the contract period
- 22 IP with moderate to high SEA risk levels are assessed against their action plan and reach the low-risk level and their score is updated in e-tools: Through the contract period
- A final report with the situation of the SEA risk level of Ips is submitted in French: By 14 November
- An advanced university degree (Masters and above) in one of the following areas is required: international development, human rights, psychology, sociology, international law, or another relevant social science field.
- A minimum of 10 years of relevant professional work experience in child protection, or prevention or protection against sexual exploitation and abuse, or gender-based violence is required, including very good knowledge of the technical area. Experience working in multi-cultural settings is an asset. Experience in capacity building and systems strengthening is an asset.
- Knowledge of the UNICEF PSEA implementing partners risk assessment toolkit and process (or interagency PSEA implementing partners risk assessment tool).
- Very good organizational skills required.
- Proficiency in English (fluent in verbal and written) and French (fluent in verbal and written) is required.
- UNICEF Core Values are Diversity and Inclusion; Integrity; and Commitment. UNICEF Core Competencies are Communication; Working with People; and Drive for Results. Applicants are required to have proficiency in all of these areas.
- Payment of professional fees will be based on the submission of agreed deliverables. UNICEF reserves the right to withhold payment in case the deliverables submitted are not up to the required standard or in case of delays in submitting the deliverables on the part of the consultant.
- The Consultant will be required to complete UNICEF's standard online courses related to Ethics, Prevention of Sexual Exploitation and Abuse and Security, and …. related training prior to taking up the assignment and/or travel.
- The Consultant will be required to sign a Health Statement prior to taking up the assignment, and to document that he/she has appropriate health insurance, including Medical Evacuation.
» Years of work experience: Between 8 years and 11 years
» Minimum Education Level: Master's Degree