|Date Posted||August 13, 2022|
Consultancy Terms of Reference
Guidance and Capacity Building: Linking Humanitarian Cash & Voucher Assistance with Child Sensitive Social Protection.
Save the Children is a rights-based organization, which delivers both humanitarian and development programming including influencing and supporting duty-bearers such as governments to ensure children’s rights are upheld and needs are met. Save the Children has been a pioneer and lead organisation in emergency cash-based programmes and has been influencing changes in government social protection programmes and systems for many years.
Being a leading global actor that works across the traditional “humanitarian-development” divide (“Nexus”), Save the Children is seeking to improve the coherence and build synergies between Humanitarian Cash and Voucher Assistance (HCVA) and Child Sensitive Social Protection (CSSP) work.
In 2021, Save the Children established a Task Team which conducted a literature review and drafted a toolkit aimed at providing programmatic guidance on “Linking Humanitarian CVA with Child Sensitive Social Protection”.
Provide programmatic guidance and develop the capacities of Save the Children’s Global, Regional and Country Offices, as well as its partners, on “Linking Humanitarian CVA with Child Sensitive Social Protection”.
The target audience for this work includes but is not limited to CVA and CSSP technical experts across humanitarian and development, as well as Collaborative Cash Delivery Network (CCD) members and local organizations who express interest in this initiative.
- Demonstrable understanding of Humanitarian CVA and Social protection.
- Demonstrable experience in designing, implementing and/or evaluating programmes linking Humanitarian CVA with Social Protection
- At least 5 years of field experience managing and/or providing technical advisory in Humanitarian CVA and/or Social Protection (preferably in Fragile context and/or protracted crisis).
- Demonstrable experience in collaborating with Regional and Country Offices and multiple stakeholders.
- Previous experience in developing institutional guidance and/or toolkits
- Previous experience in developing and conducting distance learning trainings
- Fluency in English. Fluency in French, Spanish or Arabic is an asset