Training needs assessment and capacity building development for Regional Information and Meeting

Training needs assessment and capacity building development for Regional Information and Meeting
Terms of Reference

Background
The objective of the Better Migration Management (BMM) programme is to improve the human-rights based management of safe, orderly and regular migration and to support competent national authorities in addressing the trafficking in human beings and the smuggling of migrants within and from the Horn of Africa region.
The project is commissioned by the Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ) and is co-funded by the European Union for the duration from October 2019 to September 2022. The project is implemented by a partnership of British Council, Civipol, IOM, UNODC, and the lead organisation GIZ. The target countries in the Horn of Africa are Djibouti, Ethiopia, Eritrea, Kenya, Somalia, Sudan, South Sudan, and Uganda. The BMM II programme has three components:
-Strengthening of national and regional migration governance
-Increasing of national and cross-border cooperation on trafficking and smuggling
-Supporting and protecting migrants
As part of the implementation of the BMM programme, GIZ has a dual role of both coordinating the activities of the implementing partners based on the agreed-upon annual work plan as well as to directly implement certain activities.
One of the results GIZ is striving to reach under Component 2 is to increase the number of monitored, reported and followed-up cases of human rights violations against migrants, with a focus on women, boys and girls.

To that end, GIZ is working in close cooperation with the CNDH (Commission Nationale des Droits de l’Homme de Djibouti) on a series of activities, including the operationalization of a complaint management mechanism.
To this effect, GIZ is planning to undertake training needs assessment to develop a training plan for its own members and its most relevant partners.
To attain the mentioned main goal, GIZ is looking to hire a consultant to identify adequate training needs, develop training modules and tools and conduct three training courses for the Information and Meeting Centres (CIR in French) staff as well as the central office staff of the CNDH, in addition to two other one for the CNDH most relevant partners.

Consultancy
The aim of the consultancy is to provide support to meet the agreed-upon goals for the implementation of the BMM Component 2 in Djibouti.
In particular, the consultant is expected to:

Identify the relevant training and needs for the operationalization of a complaint management mechanism, including the partners to be trained;
Undertake the development of a comprehensive training module, and materials in accordance with the needs identified;
Undertake the development of a comprehensive training module and materials on human rights, the rights of migrants and the role of the CIR; Deliver a series of 2 training courses intended for the personnel of the CIR, the CNDH the gendarmes assigned to the regional brigades and CNDH main partners on human rights, the rights of migrants and the role of the CIR;
Deliver a series of 4 training courses related to the assessment of skills carried out as part of the operationalization of the complaints’ mechanism in favour of CNDH staff and their partners;

Outcomes of the consultancy:

Produce and submit a well-written and comprehensive training needs assessment report based on the above
Produce Two comprehensive trainings curriculum for the Information and Meeting Centres (CIR in French) in the five regions as well as the central office of the CNDH in order to operationalize and strengthen the complaint management mechanism and disseminate knowledge relating to human rights, the rights of migrants and the role of the CNDH and the RICs in the protection of these rights.
Facilitate the 6 training workshops for the selected members.

Working language:
- Working language is French. A good command in English would be considered an asset
- Knowledge in local languages recommended

Duration and timeframe

- Timeframe: Approximately 9 months
- Total working days: 40 days
- Available from May onwards


Consultancy requirements:
- A Post-graduate degree in Law, Human Rights Studies, Political Science, International Affairs or a related field;
- A minimum of 5 years of extensive experience in the field of Human Rights;
- Being fluent in French
- Demonstrated knowledge and experience in conducting need assessments and developing training modules/curriculum, training materials etc;
- Demonstrate experiences and skills in facilitating stakeholders/working group consultations and training;
- Excellent analytical and organizational skills;
- Understanding of key migrant on Human rights and migration;
- Displays cultural, gender, religion, race, nationality and age sensitivity and adaptability;
- Capable of building strong relationships with internal and external actors;
- Demonstrates openness to change and ability to manage complexity.
- It is expected that the consultant will reside in Djibouti City for the duration of the consultancy and will be available to travel to various regions in the Republic of Djibouti throughout the consultancy to engage with the local communities, the migrants and the stakeholders.

How to apply

- Sent your CV, technical and financial offers to all following email addresses till 2nd April 2020:

Samatar.antoine@giz.de
Fleur.siri@giz.de
Loula.abdi@giz.de

- On your application, please specify the full title of the consultancy;
- All expenses related to the consultancy have to be included in the financial offer;
- Kindly note that if one of the documents listed above is not provided your application will not be eligible.
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