Monday, December 12, 2016

Restless Development ,Consultant Jobs in Tanzania

Closing date: 15 Dec 2016
We are Restless Development; a youthful, dynamic and innovative national agency which carries the banner for youth led development in Tanzania. Everything we do is led by and through young people. We are who we serve, placing young people at the forefront of change, empowering them to take leadership roles addressing the most urgent issues facing their communities. We recognize youn
g people as an asset, who can and do contribute to, and lead change. Our vision is: A world where young people are at the forefront of change and development, achieving a just and sustainable world for all.
As the leading agency for youth led development, we put young people at the heart of our work, from community to board level. We transfer the power and responsibility into the hands of young people and communities who can achieve a real, lasting impact, whether it’s responding to challenges such as lack of access to quality education, building sustainable livelihoods and economic security, or long-term HIV prevention. We believe that it is young people who are able to find solutions to those issues most important to them and drive success.
In March 2016, we came to an end of our 2011/2016 strategic plan. We embarked in developing a new strategy Kizazi Kipya (New Generation) which draws on our rich body of evidence and research including; Youth-led State of the Youth Studies 2012 and 2013; numerous programme-based consultations; and The Big Conversation, a participatory youth survey we conducted in February 2015 to identify young people’s priorities for their development, for their leadership, and how they want to create change in Tanzania. This reached out to 565 young people directly, and involved in-depth consultations with 67 national and local stakeholders. Their views were rich and varied but their biggest priorities were clear; young people want better employment and job opportunities, better well-being enabled through access to services, to participate in decision making and a more responsive government. It is these priorities that have informed our strategy and focus. Young people are ready to take up – and are calling for a leadership role in development and in our agency. This call speaks directly to the tone and drive of our strategy – to enable the Peak Youth generation to lead a new type of development that will ensure the success of Tanzania National Development Goals and SDGs.
Our Goals
Voice: A world where young people are active citizens, where institutions are accessible and responsive to young people, and where young people can influence those with power.
Living: A world where young people can drive sustainable economies, where businesses and governments invest in and learn from young people’s enterprise, and where young people achieve a decent, sustainable living.
Sexual Rights: A world where young people realize sexual and reproductive rights for all, where policies, attitudes and services advance people’s sexual and reproductive health and rights, helping to end AIDS and enabling young men and women to be free from discrimination.
Leadership: A world where young people build resilient and sustainable communities, where the agency of young people and communities is at the heart of both preventing and solving arising challenges and emergencies.
We are seeking to recruit a qualified consultant to work with us to conduct strategy baseline and develop a strategy information database. The consultancy will design the baseline study, prepare tools as per strategy indicators, analyzing information collected, baseline report preparation and setting up of live data base to capture strategy progress against targets. Restless Development, Tanzania operates in four programme offices: Iringa, Mbeya, Ruvuma and Dar es Salaam and additional 13 other regions through active and registered alumni networks, consortium and local youth organisations.
The main purpose of the consultancy will be as follows:
a) To establish bench marks for all indicators that will guide monitoring and assessment of programme /project progress/effectiveness of the programme during strategy implementation by 2021. Therefore, baseline values will serve as a yardstick to inform programme/project management for decision making and setting priorities.
b) Develop a live database to capture Restless Development entire outcome and output progress (target against achievement) to accumulation at a single press of a button.
Indicators to be baseline:
0.1: % of young people in targeted intervention sites with improved (and access to at least two of the following): a) Income; b) Savings; c) Sources of income; and d) business development services and programmes
0.2: % of young people in targeted intervention sites who have participated in, or undertaken a position/role within decision making processes at community, district, regional, national level or global even
0.3: % of young people in targeted intervention sites with improvement in one or more of the following (based on the programme): a) Condom use at last sex; b) Incidence of teen pregnancy; c) Reporting of GBV cases (disaggregated by gender, age, PWLHA, and PWD); and d) Improved access to targeted services
1.1: % of young people in the targeted intervention programmes demonstrate the correct knowledge and attitudes (linked to specific programme goal being addressed) disaggregated by: gender, age, disability, and PLWHA
1.2: % of young people in the targeted intervention programme who have participated in monitoring, advocacy, and/or development of policies and services at community, district, regional or national levels disaggregated by: gender, age, disability, and PLWHA
1.3: % of young people in the targeted intervention programme who have been employed or set a business disaggregated by: gender, age, disability, and PLWHA
1.4: % of young people in the targeted intervention programme sites who have attended targeted services which include one or more of the following: GBV services (inc. legal support), Family planning services, social protection, education (retention and return to school) disaggregated by: gender, age, disability, and PLWHA
2.1: % of individual youth and youth organizations and networks targeted for support who are registered with minimum organizational and governance structures in place
2.2: % of youth organizations and networks targeted who are participating in policy and service monitoring related to youth priorities at community, district, regional or national levels
2.3: % of youth organizations and networks targeted who have increased their outreach to young people
3.1: % of targeted public and private sector partners consulting Restless Development, young people and/or its partner network to contribute to formulation of policies, strategies, programmes and services to benefit or include young people
3.2: % of targeted public and private sector partners delivering policies, programmes and services with technical support from Restless Development, young people, and/or its partner network.
3.3: Financial value of partnerships with the public and private sector
The prospective consultant will be responsible for;
  1. Conceptual note with timeline for implementations,
  2. Sampling
  3. Plan for data collection across target population and geographical spread
  4. Tools for data collection(Survey questionnaire should be done through smart phone)
  5. Plan for familiarization of tools with Restless Development
  6. Follow up on data collection with Restless Development
  7. Data analysis plan
  8. Preliminary findings in tabular manner
  9. Draft report
  10. Final report
  11. Preparation of the final findings with recommendations (as per Restless Development branding guidelines)
  12. Raw data in soft and hard copy
NB: Conduct and supervise, based on the work-plan, data collection in the field, will be done with Restless Development
Tentative date
Baseline and Database Design/Proposal
1 to 15 December 2016
16 days
Round table discussion and contract
16 December, 2016
1 day[1]
Res Dev TZ + Consultant
Finalization of agreement, tools and Familiarization of tools to RES DEV TZ
19 December, 2016
3 day
Consultant +Res Dev TZ
Enumerators training and pretest
9 to 11 January, 2017
3 days
Res Dev TZ
Data collection
12 to 26 January 2017
14 days
Res Dev TZ
Data Cleaning and analysis(Fact sheet Development) and report writing
27 January to 2 Feb 2017
6 days
Baseline report and Database 1st Draft submission for Restless Development review.
3 February, 2017
Restless Development feedback on 1st Draft
4 to 6 February, 2017
2 days
Res Dev TZ
2nd Draft submission and feedback
6 to 12 January to 6 February, 2017
7 days
Consultant + Res Dev TZ+Res Dev TZ international
Final Baseline report and Database worked on Res Dev comments ready for printing out and publication
13 February, 2017
1 day
Res Dev Country Director approving the handbook
14 February, 2017
1 day
Res Dev TZ
The consultant will report to the Country Director, Contractual arrangements, invoicing and payments will be coordinated by MEL Manager and must be signed off by Restless Development’s Country Director.
Please share your detailed budgeted out lining bearing in mind the budget for which must be approved by Restless Development’s Management Committee.
[1] Day or Days refers to working days. Public holidays and weekends are excluded b
How to apply:
Interested candidates should forward their applications to The application pack should include a CV of the consultants/the consultant team including details on how they meet the required specializations. The pack should also include;
The core structure of the proposal should have two components of technical and financial
ü The core structure of the proposal should have two components of technical and financial
ü The technical component should include information on proposed method of evaluation, sampling design, study tools and proposed analysis plan including use of software etc. The proposal should definitely reflect the following elements:
o Background
o Study Experience and Capability: The agency/individual should detail organisational experience and capability in handling similar studies.
o Methods: Agencies should submit a detailed methodology as part of their proposal, which will include an explanation of how this proposal will achieve the study objectives, taking the guidance given in the ToR.
ü The Financial Component: The proposed budget including fees
ü Contactable references of past credible INGO/NGO organizational / programme work carried out by the consultant(s)
ü Two examples of similar approved work.

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