The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) Cambodia Country Office, is seeking to hire consultants to document and analyse: how residential care institutions operate and sustain themselves and the funding and financial models of the different types of residential care institutions in Cambodia. The results of the study will strengthen the evidence-base for the child care sector reform in Cambodia, which will be supported by the Family Care First initiative of USAID and UNICEF, and will inform the design of UNICEF Child Protection interventions for the next UNICEF and Government of Cambodia Country Programme 2016- 2018. By better understanding the operational and financial aspects of residential care institutions, the alternative care sector will be better placed to understand how to support these institutions to transition from institutional care to community based care.
Application Deadline: Applications shall be submitted by cob 14 December 2015 to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Expected Start Date & Duration of Contract: Approx. 4 months with a possible start date in January 2016.
Location & Travel: Home based with expected travel to Cambodia (Phnom-Penh and provinces in-country).
Further Information: Complete Terms of Reference are available at: http://www.unicef.org/cambodia/overview_24262.html
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