CaLP Consultancy: Review training materials and deliver workshop on market assessments, West Africa
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Organization: Cash Learning Partnership
Closing date: 10 Sep 2015
Terms of Reference:
Review training materials and deliver workshop on market assessments, West Africa
About CaLP: The Cash Learning Partnership (CaLP) is a consortium composed of Oxfam GB, the International Federation of the Red Cross and Crescent Societies, Save the Children, the Norwegian Refugee Council and Action Against Hunger/ ACF International. CaLP aims to improve the quality of emergency cash transfer and voucher programming across the humanitarian sector by raising awareness of cash transfer programming as an appropriate and effective mechanism for emergency response, building capacity in the use of cash and vouchers, gathering evidence through action research, and encouraging learning and knowledge-sharing among humanitarian actors.
CaLP is now engaged in a range of contracts related to enhancing the capacity of institutions in the use of cash transfers in humanitarian responses, including:
· ECHO Enhanced Response Capacity (ERC) Livelihoods (with the Spanish Red Cross Livelihood Center),
· Support to building the capacity of staff within the Australian Government’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT), providing support to emergency cash transfers in humanitarian responses.
CaLP is looking for a consultant to design a learning workshop to present different market assessment tools and facilitate discussions around it. In West Africa, the community of Practice is expecting to explore ways beyond EMMA and to have more available options when it comes to market assessments, depending on the context of intervention, capacities and resources.
The consultant will be in charge of building on existing available material developed by the CaLP partners (including Oxfam, IFRC, IRC elearning) to develop a 3 days training resuming tools recently developed regarding market assessments. This material should be adapted, maybe shortened, to allow participants to understand key concepts, principles of each tool, including its strengths and limits and the contexts where it fits the most. A 2 days learning workshop will complete the reflection around the tools, promoting sharing experience of participants, discussions about the implementation of the tools and their adaptability to other organizations.
At the end of the training, the Consultant will write a report for the regional office of the CaLP within 2 weeks after the training, following the regular format of CaLP trainings.
The consultant should:
- Have an experience in tailoring training materials
- Have a strong knowledge of current issues related to market assessments ongoing within the Community of Practice in West Africa and extensive experience in market analysis
- Be fluent in French
Date commence:October 2015
Consultancy duration and timeframe 15 consultancy days over 5 weeks
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Expression of Interest (including technical and financial proposals) must be sent to the CaLP Global Administration Officer Joseph Rudulph at [email protected]by the 10th September 2015 along with the CV(s).
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NOTE: CaLP will review and interview the applications as they are received and may award the consultancy to a suitable candidate before the end of the advertisement period.
Any additional clarifications on the consultancy should be addresses to the CaLP Capacity Building Project Manager on e-mail address [email protected]
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