Redd Barna kjemper for barns rettigheter og for at alle barn skal leve et verdig liv – uansett hvem de er og hvor de bor. Redd Barna har 100 000 støttespillere i Norge og frivillige som deltar i aktiviteter på lokalt plan over hele landet. Redd Barna er en del av internasjonale Redd Barna og vi arbeider i 120 land med utdanning, helse, beskyttelse og nødhjelp. Vi er verdens ledende uavhengige organisasjon for barn.
Redd Barna ønsker et arbeidsmiljø preget av tverrfaglighet og mangfold. Vi oppfordrer derfor kvalifiserte kandidater med innvandringsbakgrunn om å søke stillinger i Redd Barna.
Frivillige organisasjoner har hjemmel til å innhente begrenset politiattest ved engasjement og ansettelse av personer som skal arbeide med barn og unge. Ettersom ett av Redd Barnas arbeidsområder er arbeid mot vold og seksuelle overgrep mot barn kreves det godkjent politiattest ved ansettelse.
Call for Expression of Interest
Review of Save the Children Partnership with Civil Society Organizations (CSOs) and Government Agencies
SAVE THE CHILDREN is the world’s leading independent organisation for children.
OUR VISION is a world in which every child attains the right to survival, protection, development and participation.
OUR MISSION is to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children, and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives.
Purpose of the Review (Please refer to the ToR attached for further details)
The main purpose of the review is to map the various partners which SCN has been engaged into partnership, find out the perceptions/impressions of these partners towards SC and provide evidence of impact of partnership in terms fulfilling and advocate for children rights and draw compelling recommendations for future partnership work. The specific review objectives are:
- To get information related to how and based on what the different partners evaluate Save the Children as a partner.
- Conduct mapping (by geography, type of interventions and amount of funds) of existing CSO’s, government agencies and other partners which are receiving support from SCN;
- How did the children benefit from the partnership work? Generate evidence of results, learnings and significant impact of the partnership;
- Clarify and articulate the added value of the partnership for both parties with the emphasis of innovation and testing of new initiatives;
- Identify the practical measures that have been taken to strengthen the institutional, operational and technical capacity of partners;
- Whether the partnership have contributed to the development of a vibrant civil society and/or accountable government structures, as duty bearers for the effective realisation of children’s rights
- Draw insights, recommendations, models of partnership for future work
Upon the selection, the consultant is expected to submit brief methodological and financial report. Once the consultancy work is awarded to the potential candidate; the expected deliverables are:
- Inception report
- Preliminary findings and recommendations arising from the review will be shared with the country teams and project steering Committee; and
- A workshop with key and selected stakeholders will be convened to discuss these preliminary findings and recommendations
- Evaluation Reports:
- The preliminary draft of the report will be shared with the Steering Committee and relevant stakeholders before its finalization.
- The final report will be widely circulated and in accordance with SCI evaluation guidelines and the report will be placed in the public domain.
The evaluation process will take the maximum of 45 days.
- Advanced university degree in social sciences or equivalent with good understanding of partnership and multilateral collaboration work;
- Experience in designing and conducting independent partnership evaluations, organizational capacity assessment, desk studies and/or research of development programmes and advocacy;
- Good communication, analytical and drafting skills;
- Identify with Save the Children’s values and principles;
- Familiarity with a rights-based approach is an asset.
All consultants and researchers working with Save the Children must comply with and be committed to SC Child Safeguarding Standards.
How to apply
All interested applicants should send expression of interest until October 24th 2016 with the following information:
- Technical proposal with proposed methods for responding to the TOR (max 3-5 pages)
- CV of the lead consultant(s)
- Proposed budget and timeline
Please send the Expression of interest no later than October 24th 2016 to:
Channe Addisu Gebre, Senior Advisor, Monitoring and Evaluation
Helene Andersson Novela, Senior Partnership Advisor