Women Children and Poverty Alleviation (MWCPA) and the Ministry of iTaukei (Indigenous) Affairs (MTA) have requested UNICEF to conduct a review of the implementation of the 2018-2022 UNICEF Pacific Multi-Country Child Protection Programme (phase 1), including achievements and challenges, before the programme continues to expand. Based on the findings of the review, the implementation strategy and the communication and facilitation materials will be revised, and management/monitoring tools and training modules will be developed (phase 2). Following this will be an initial phase of implementation with the revised framework (phase 3). The findings and recommendations from the review, as well as the revised strategy and materials will be used by the two implementing Ministries to improve community-based child protection programmes in Fiji, supported by UNICEF and other organisations.
Applicants must submit: (i) a cover letter indicating their suitability for the consultancy, dates of availability and financial offer (professional fees and living allowance); (ii) CV; (iii) examples of previous work relevant to the consultancy.
Send applications to:
Katherine Hodges, Child Protection Specialist, UNICEF Pacific: firstname.lastname@example.org
Closing date: 15 March 2020