Consultant-Data Collection and Management- GBV PR Project II
Detailed Job description / requirements:
Consultant to draft protocol on survivor centric information management system, and to train relevant provincial government staff and shelter home staff on harmonized GBV administrative data collection and management
Gender-Based Violence Prevention and Response Project, Phase II
Ipas works globally with a vision that every woman and girl has the right and ability to determine her own sexuality and reproductive health. We seek to expand the availability, quality and sustainability of abortion and related reproductive health services, as well as improve the enabling environment for the services. Ipas Nepal’s program intervention prioritize intersectional partnerships that integrates into the broader gender equality and social justice, including gender-based violence prevention and response, and women-led climate justice. As part of the broader reproductive justice movement, Ipas is working to ensure that abortion and contraceptive care are essential health services—and that all people can access them. Our programs use a multifaceted approach that addresses reproductive health services, access to services and fulfillment of reproductive rights.
Ipas Nepal is a non-profit international organization that works to increase women’s ability to exercise their sexual and reproductive health, including safe abortion and prevention and response of gender-based violence. Ipas Nepal has recently been awarded UNFPA funded GBVPR II project, from July 2021, which is a follow-on project of UNFPA. Since 2016, UNFPA Nepal has been implementing two Gender-Based Violence Prevention and Response (GBVPR) projects in Province 1 and (Okhaldhunga, Udayapur and Sindhuli) and in Sudurpashchim Province (Achham, Banjhang, Bajura and Baitadi).
Ipas Nepal is leading to implement the strategies and approaches under outcome 2 for response together with its consortium comprising of the Centre for Mental Health and Counseling-Nepal (CMC), Forum for Women, Law, and Development (FWLD), ABC, SAATHI, Sancharika Samuha and IPWA. The work plan prepared in close consultation with the Consortium partners and the Implementing Partners for the six months commencing from July 2021 until Dec 2021 has been approved.
The main goal of Phase II is, in partnership with other agencies and service providers, to reduce all forms of gender-based violence (GBV) and discrimination against women and girls in Province 1 and Sudur Paschim Province in Nepal. The project will be implemented in four Rural Municipalities, 13 Municipalities, and two Metropolitan Cities in 8 districts (Morang, Okhaldhunga, Udayapur, Kailali, Accham, Bajhang, Bajura, and Baitadi) in the two provinces.
All forms of gender-based violence and discrimination against women and girls are reduced in two provinces in Nepal
Local governments, legal authorities, and health facilities provide effective (multisectoral) survivor-centered responses to gender-based violence
Objectives of the assignment
- To train relevant provincial government staff and shelter home staff on harmonized GBV administrative data collection and management
- To draft protocol on data management on collection, sharing, use and reporting of data by all service providers aligned with survivors centered approach, linking data with and referrals and follow up
- An individual consultant is eligible to conduct this assignment. He/she should have experience in working in the area of Gender-based violence and experience in implementing the program activities and data management.
- She/he should have knowledge and experience in developing protocols, guidelines and SOPs
- He/she should have masters degree in social science, gender, development studies or relevant subjects and a very good facilitation, communication and writing skills.
Scope of Assignment/Roles and Responsibilities of the consultant
The consultant should develop a draft protocol on data management on collection, sharing, use and reporting of data by all service providers aligned with survivors -centered approach, and linking data with referrals and follow up
S/he should be involved as a facilitator to build the capacity of the relevant provincial government staff and safe/shelter home staff on harmonized GBV administrative data collection and management.
Time frame of assignment
1. Start up meeting with IPAS and partners
2. Meeting with the partners (leading) on IMS
3. Review and update current data management system
4. Preparation of structure and outline of the protocol
5. Prepare a draft protocol
6. Share with Ipas for feedback and incorporate feedback
7. Prepare a schedule for the training and develop handouts and PPT for the training
8. Conduct/facilitate training
9. Prepare report of the training
Total number of days
Level of Effort
The consultancy period will begin from October 1, 2021 – December 31, 2021 within which the consultant is expected to work for not exceeding 14 days after signing the agreement for this assignment.
- Training handouts and PPT
- Training Report
- Draft protocol on IMS
Interested candidates should submit application along with up-to-date curriculum vitae with subject as Application for Consultant-Data Collection and Management- GBV PR Project II.
Please make an online application and submit your documents through the link given:
Application deadline is 19 September 2021.
Canvassing at any stage will lead to automatic dismissal and Ipas Nepal reserves all rights to make the final selection