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Country: Somalia Organization: International Organization for Migration Closing date: 5 Nov 2020 II. Background InformationAbout MIDAMIDA, or Migration for Development in Africa, is a programme that seeks to reduce brain drain across Africa after the loss of educated and talented individuals, through the transfer of skills and knowledge. MIDA works with diaspora populations to benefit countries of origin.MIDA FINNSOM Phase II - Health and Education Project is funded by the Government of Finland, the project aims to facilitate the transfer of skills, competencies and knowledge of qualified Somali expatriates to public institutions in Somalia, with a focus on two sectors, namely health and education. The beneficiary institution Bay Regional Hospital will host the qualified Somali expatriate, and will be responsible to provide a safe and secure work environment. Bay Regional Hospital and the Ministry of Health of South-West State & IOM Somalia MIDA staff will m…

Consultant – Mapping of Private Sector Potentials

Consultant – Mapping of Private Sector Potentials Project HOPE Nigeria (otherwise referred to People-to-People Health Foundation Nigeria) is a registered non-profit, non-governmental organization working in Nigeria in areas of HIV & AIDS, Tuberculosis, OVC, RMNCAH & Malaria intervention services. We are recruting to fill the position below: Job Title: Consultant - Mapping of Private Sector Potentials Location: Lagos, Nigeria Contract Type: Consultancy Date: August 10 - 25, 2020 Duration: 12 days Background The Integrated Child Health and Social Service Award (ICHSSA), Lagos State is a 5-year PEPFAR/USAID funded project in Lagos State. The project has a purpose to provide services to orphans and vulnerable children while strengthening government systems to adequately respond and coordinate these implementation activities. A major objective of this project is to provide care and support services for vulnerable children and their households, especially those infected and affected by HIV. The major tool for sustaining this project is resource mobilization. In previous years majority of funding for OVC programmes have mainly come from the Federal Government, State Government and in limited cases the Local Government Areas. Donations and support from the private sector have largely been undocumented. Most private sector donations have either been a “one off” donation or have come during special events such as Christmas and Children's’ Day. Till date, the Government has not been able to properly document and ascertain the level of private sector donation and what percentage this contributes to the State budget. This also affects the proper allocation and use of these funds. As a result of this, Project HOPE in collaboration with the State Ministry of Youth and Social Development is working to map private sector organizations who are willing to support OVC programmes and determine: What is their potential in terms of contributing to the OVC programme in Lagos State? If there has been any contributions, and in what form? Past contributions to the Government programme on OVC Scope of Work Project HOPE is seeking to engage a Consultant to: Develop a mapping methodology in collaboration with project staff (2 days); Conduct a desk review (1 days); Conduct interviews with private sector organizations and the Lagos State Ministry of Youth and Social Development (5 days); Carry out a mapping of private sector partners, including thematic interests and trends which align to Government priorities on OVC (5 days, in conjunction with bullet above); Develop an overview of industry sectors and companies that are currently investing most in CSR overall and in CSR activities focused on children (2 days); Analyze trends in the private sector donor environment and develop updated donor profiles (2 days). Assess the level and nature of the impact of the business sector on children’s rights as it relates to identified companies that have the potential to develop CSR activities benefiting children(this is important so that the government is not accepting funds from companies that their production harms children) – 2 days Key Deliverables: Document showing the methodology and process for the mapping Analysis of mapping of private sector landscape, trends, opportunities, CSR activities, recommendations – Draft mapping report Updated donor lists and profiles available Final mapping report Special Conditions: The Consultant is expected to be familiar with both Local Government and State structures in Lagos State Given the current situation with COVID-19, the Consultant should be prepared to move around Lagos (observing all safety guidelines in relation to COVID-19). Consultant should be prepared to move around LGs and State Ministry. Minimum Recruitment Standards Masters' Degree in Social Sciences with 5 - 6 years relevant experience in project-level or state/national-level mapping of private sector funding and corporate social responsibility frameworks B.Sc/BA Degree in Social Sciences with 8 to 10 years relevant experience in project-level or state/national-level mapping of private sector funding and corporate social responsibility frameworks Familiarity with Nigerian public sector health systems and NGOs and CBOs is highly desirable. Experience with resource mapping exercise Costs Costs for Consultant travel as approved in the workplan will be reimbursed Project HOPE will pay a lump sum towards communication costs Consultant daily rate will be N50,000 (Fifty thousand Naira); to be paid on submission of completed workplan and report Project HOPE will pay a lump sum towards communication costs Consultant daily rate will be N50,000 (Fifty thousand Naira); to be paid on submission of completed workplan and report Method of Application Interested and qualified candidates should send a suitability statement (Application) and Resume (CV) as a single MS Word document to: ASeweje@projecthope.org using the "Job Title" as the subject of the email. Note Only applications sent electronically (i.e. by e-mail) with the Job Title clearly indicated as the subject of the mail will be considered and only short-listed candidates will be contacted. Project HOPE does not charge candidates a fee for a test or interview Work is expected to be carried out during work days. Any work at weekends will be approved by the Country Representative.

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