As part of UNICEF global initiative to End Violence against Children, UNICEF Papua New Guinea ( PNG) is currently working closely with the Department for Community Development and Religion; Department of National Planning & Monitoring; NBC radio and Kundu TV and PNG Coalition on Child Rights to undertake a yearlong END VIOLENCE AGAINST CHILDREN campaign at national and sub national level. The Campaign in Papua New Guinea aims to make violence against children VISIBLE by urging ordinary citizens, law-makers, government, the media, civil society organizations and faith based organizations throughout the country to TALK OUT and TAKE ACTION to prevent violence against children from happening and to address when it does by providing care and support for survivors. The campaign was launched on 18th June and will be conducted for a period of one year
This consultancy will involve working very closely with the Department for Community Development; Department of National Planning and Monitoring and PNG coalition of Child Rights to support the implementation of Action Plan on End Violence against Children Campaign. Key responsibilities include:
Review and finalize campaign plan, strategies and message: Working with the Department for Community Development; Department of National Planning and Monitoring and PNG coalition of Child Rights to review campaign plan to sharpen the message and to make the plan realistic
Lead development and use of multi-media communication materials: Working with the Department for Community Development; Department of National Planning and Monitoring and PNG coalition of Child Rights to develop and use radio, TV and print communication materials.
Coordinate and facilitate implementation of the campaign: Identify and support partners at national and provincial level (six focus provinces) to implement both media campaign as well as community based events as outlined in the campaign plan.
Support development and implementation of monitoring and evaluation system for the campaign: Works with stakeholders and Digicel to develop simple indicators for monitoring behaviour and attitudes towards violence against children, collect baseline information and produce report. Same tools will be used to at the end of the campaign to monitor impact of the campaign.
The consultant will travel to and work from UNICEF office in Port Moresby and will last for 6 months starting on 19 January 2015- 18 June 2015 (with possibility for extension). Interested candidates should contact Ms. Cifora Monier (firstname.lastname@example.org).
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