Closing Date : 2019-05-24
Duty Station : Rabat, Morocco
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Organization: DAI Global
Country: Morocco
Closing date: 24 May 2019
TASHAROC FOR AN OPEN REGION

Mid-Level Consultant Required to Implement Training Plan For CSOs On Using Civil Society Grants Mechanism

April - December 2019

Background

The purpose of the Tasharoc project is to support implementation of Morocco s Advanced Regionalisation process in the northern region of Tanger, T touan and Al Hoce ma (TTAH), through the provision of technical assistance and capacity building to its regional government bodies and civil society. It is structured around the following three key areas: strengthening the capacity of regional government bodies, primarily the TTAH Regional Council (RC) to better deliver on and respond to the needs of citizens; providing support to more effective service delivery, particularly on implementation and monitoring of the Plan de D veloppement R gional (PDR); and convening opportunities for improved dialogue and collaborative working between regional stakeholders (government institutions, civil society, media, private sector and citizens). Tasharoc is a two-year project based in Tangiers, funded by the UK Government and implemented by a consortium of DAI, NDI and Golden Resources.

Regional Council

The RC is an elected local body governed by public law and is, according to Organic Law 111-14, in charge of various development areas in the region. The RC of the TTAH region is one of the 12 regional councils in Morocco that constitute the first administrative division in the framework of advanced regionalization.

Scope of work

As part of its capacity building assistance to civil society, TASHAROC has designed a training plan with which to support CSOs in using and benefiting from the newly developed RC civil society grants mechanism. TASHAROC therefore seeks to hire a Mid-level Consultant to implement this training plan, which covers the principles of the new funding mechanism and how CSOs might access it. CSOs will also require training on how to write a solid project proposal; how to ensure gender and social inclusion are integrated into their project planning; how to develop solid monitoring and evaluation systems; general best practice in project management; human resources development; communications; ensuring ethics and accountability.

Deliverables
This support will be monitored through the following deliverables, which the consultant will be expected to submit to a high quality, according to the format and deadline set out below.

Deliverable 1

3 Workshops: Principles of the new funding mechanism - applications, budgets, M&E (AlHoceima, Chaouen, Ouezzane)

Format: sign-in sheet, presentation (word+PDF), pre-post tests handouts, report + correction table of the tests

Deadline: 30/6/19

LOE: 5

Deliverable 2

5 Trainings: Six steps to writing a solid project proposal (Tangier, Tetouan, Larache, Chaouen, Fnideq)

Format: Sign-in sheet, presentation (word+PDF), pre-post tests handouts, report + correction table of the tests

Deadline: 31/7/19

LOE: 10

Deliverable 3

3 Trainings: Six steps to writing a solid project proposal (Alhoceima, Fahs Anjra, Ouezzane)

Format: sign-in sheet, presentation (word+PDF), pre-post tests handouts, report + correction table of the tests

Deadline: 31/8/19

LOE: 6

Deliverable 4

Technical Assistance sessions for CSOs in writing proposals

Format: Meeting minutes

Deadline: 30/9/19

LOE: 8

Deliverable 5

6 Trainings on Project Management and human resources development

Format: sign-in sheet, presentation (word+PDF), pre-post tests handouts, report + correction table of the tests

LOE: 9

The Consultant will be expected to collaborate as required with one other consultant contracted by the project under this Activity as relevant.

The assignment will begin with an introductory meeting with the TASHAROC team to present the methodological approach and to clarify any points.

Outlines/table of contents for all documents should be submitted in draft format for review to the TASHAROC project team before further development of the deliverables (dates to be agreed upon with the team during kick-off call).

Level of effort

Up to 38 days are available for this assignment.

The assignment will begin with a kick-off meeting with the opportunity to clarify any points. The consultant will report to the CSO Lead within the TASHAROC project, with regular contact at each stage of the assignment to discuss progress, any challenges or questions.

The number of days provided does not include any additional time required to amend deliverables outside of the agreed timeframe beyond that reasonably expected.

Closing Date

24 May 2019


How to apply:

To apply, please follow the link below:

https://chm.tbe.taleo.net/chm04/ats/careers/requisition.jsp?org=DAINC&cws=1&rid=4475

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