Save the Children in Cambodia- Child Rights Governance Program received funding from ANCP through Save the Children Australia cooperation for the project “Strengthening Community Systems for Child Protection (SCSSP)”. The project works in partnership with Women Organization for Modern Economy and Nursing (WOMEN) starting to pilot from Aug 2013 to July 2014 in Prey Veng province which cover 8 communes in Peam Ro district.
Save the Children is looking for a qualified and motivated Consultant for Base line study for Child Protection Program. The main objective of this baseline is to find out current data and information against above indicators, especially on the situation of children and existing child protection mechanism, challenges and opportunities to engage community social workers within the existing government structure. The overall specific objectives are:
• To assess the knowledge of Children and young people, including in-and out-of school adolescent girls, parents, members of Women and Children’s Consultative Committees (WCCC) and Commune Committees for Women and Children (CCWC), community based groups about the positive parenting and the implications of violence against children.
• To assess the knowledge and capacity amongst the WCCC, Department of Social Affairs Veterans and Youth Rehabilitation (DoSVY), and CCWC members to fulfill their mandate.
• To assess the involvement of children and youth in commune development process, documentation and awareness raising related to child protection issues in family and community settings.
• To assess the resource/services available in the target area related to child protection intervention
Scope of work
The Consultant shall deliver, raw data (hard and soft copy) from data collection, a draft report, a workshop in Phnom Penh for feedback and discussion of the main findings and recommendations from the Draft baseline Report (to feed into the final report), a final baseline report.
How to apply
Interested candidates should send their application and CV highlighting relevant experience and a technical proposal include budgeting to the Human Resources Team at Save the Children no later than 05.00PM on 30 December 2013. A detailed Terms of Reference is available from our website or at the address below.
Save the Children is an equal opportunity employer. Electronic submission via email or our website is strongly encouraged. Qualified women and disable people candidates are strongly encouraged to apply. Only shortlisted candidates will be notified and called for interviews. Applications and CVs will not be returned.
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