Trainer for refugee youth on Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE)
Terms of Reference
Location: Nairobi, Kenya
HIAS is a global Jewish not-for-profit organization that stands for a world in which displaced persons attain full potential and contribute to society through sustained legal, social, and systematic change, attaining legal status, exercising social and economic rights and rebuilding their lives. HIAS’ operation in Kenya was established in 2002 with the mission to serve the most vulnerable refugees through community based legal protection, Mental health, and Psychosocial-Support (MHPSS), Economic Inclusion, Child Protection, and provision of durable solutions.
With funding from HIVOS South Africa (HIVOS – SA) this project, ‘***increasing SRHR Access and Knowledge Among Youths Refugees in Nairobi’**, is being implemented by HIAS Kenya until January 2021. The project’s goal is to increase awareness of and access to SRHR services for at least 1000 refugees in Nairobi County. The project objectives are:
- Strengthen refugee youth led organizations to advocate to County Government to integrate SRHR services of refugees into the local health plans and policies.
- Empower refugee youth led/focused organizations in data collection and knowledge management of SRHR issues.
- Increase capacity of refugee youth led/focused organizations to raise awareness on SRHR among refugee communities.
THE PURPOSE OF THE CONSULTANCY
The purpose for the trainer is to support HIAS Kenya to conduct training to 100 refugee youths on Comprehensive Sexuality Education (CSE) in two site offices (Kawangware, and Kasarani) for 10 days. As part of strengthening the capacity of youth led organizations with skills to promote and advocate for SRHR services, HIAS Kenya has identified key capacity gaps that will form the basis for training the youth on CSE.
The objective of this training is for a trainer to facilitate 8 CSE sessions to the youths to address the following:
- Importance of CSE
- Basic SRHR concepts
- Effects of early child marriages
- Advocacy on accessing SRH services
- Teenage pregnancies
- Rights of women to access SRH services
METHODOLOGY AND SCOPE OF WORK
In close co-ordination with HIAS, the trainer will deliver the following outputs:
i. Develop work plan covering 8 days
ii. Develop CSE training materials covering the highlighted sections above
iii. Prepare and share the training report
iv. Facilitate 8 training sessions (face to face) for 100 refugees in two project sites (Kasarani and Kawangware)
EXPECTED OUTPUTS AND DELIVERABLES:
The following will be the expected deliverables and outputs of the consultancy:
i. Work plan for developing the training/workshops, including strategy and proposed methodologies.
ii. Successful facilitation of the training/workshop.
iii. Technical advice and support to participants during the training/workshop
iv. A complete final report on the implementation of the tasks after finishing the training/workshops.
v. Soft copies of all presentations and training notes.
vi. Conduct and share pre – and post training assessments
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS: CONFIDENTIALITY AND AUTHORSHIP
Ownership and copyright of all training materials – The trainer will submit all original documents to HIAS. The trainer shall not re-produce information of this exercise in any form (electronic, hard copies, etc.) to a third party without written permission from HIAS.
The overall consultancy is expected to take 8 days including the preparation phase, (sharing training agenda and content with HIAS team for reviews). The trainer should be able to undertake some of the tasks concurrently to fit within the planned HIAS work plan and timeframe, without compromising the quality of work expected.
HIAS will be responsible for the following:
· HIAS Economic Inclusion Manager will be responsible for the overall coordination of all the training needs and will provide all the prerequisites to the trainer during the training period.
· HIAS GBV Officer will provide all the necessary technical and operational support required throughout the training process.
· Technical review of all training content and reports.
· HIAS will also oversee the coordination and logistics of the trainings.
The trainer will be responsible for the following:
· Developing of training agenda including appropriate methodology for the training.
· Reviewing existing information, preparing training outlines and objectives.
Note: – The trainer will undertake the assignment while strictly adhering to the Government of Kenya directives and guidelines on preventive measures against the COVID-19 pandemic.
Application process and requirements
Qualified and interested parties are asked to submit the following:
· Letter expressing interest to undertake the assignment.
- Demonstrate a clear understanding of the assignment
- Previous experience in similar assignments and qualifications outlined in this ToRs. Please attach a previous training report where applicable.
- Graduate degree in public health, social sciences or related fields.
- Knowledge and experience in SRHR programming
- Prior experience in developing participatory training and completing workshops/trainings and able to give examples of training materials developed.
- Experience working in the humanitarian sector and with refugees in urban settings preferably in Kenya will be an added advantage.
- Proven track record as a Trainer/Facilitator in CSE and SRHR.
- Proficiency in English and Kiswahili is a must.