TRAINER Africa Educational Trust’s (AET) mission is to develop education programs for people who are excluded from educational opportunities due to conflict, poverty, or discrimination. AET works in Somalia, South Sudan, Uganda, and Kenya to find innovative ways to provide quality formal and non-formal education for disadvantaged children and young people, including girls, pastoralists, street children, and remote, rural communities. AET is seeking to recruit a trainer to train teachers and headteachers on school-related gender-based violence(SGBV), child protection(CP), and disaster management in the Jubaland State of Somalia PROJECT BACKGROUND ADRA Somalia has sub-contracted Africa Educational Trust (AET) to implement selected activities under the Education Cannot Wait Multi-Year Resilience Program (ECW MYRP) in Jubaland and Galmudug states of Federal Republic of Somalia. The project, dubbed Support for Emergency Education in Jubaland and Galmudug(SEE-JG) , will focus on Outcome 1: Increasing equitable access to quality primary and ABE education for emergency-affected children, Outcome 2: Improving learning skills for crisis-affected children, and Outcome 3: Gender equity and equality are increased. AET will collaborate with schools, CECs, MoECHE, and State Ministries of Education, REOs, and host communities to target primary age children and out of school youth, especially IDPs and returnee communities promoting equitable educational opportunities for girls and inclusion for children with disabilities. Through engagement with communities, SEE-JG will raise awareness of the importance of education engendering a positive context for community support for children to enter education. SEE-JG project will increase access to Primary Education and ABE through the rehabilitation of existing learning spaces. Teachers and headteachers will be trained in contextually relevant pedagogy, including gender equity and inclusive approaches, improving the quality of teaching and learning outcomes for primary students as well as training in ABE for out of school youth. The target beneficiaries of this project include 880 ABE students and 100 teachers and headteachers spread across 20 schools in Jubaland and Galmudug states of the Federal Republic of Somalia. The project aims to promote inclusive education and children's right to education through community mobilization campaigns so that the communities become fully aware of the right of all children to access basic education. One of the project main activities is to train teachers and headteachers on SRGBV, CP, and disaster management OBJECTIVE OF THE TRAINING The overall objective of the training is to transfer the necessary knowledge, skills, and attitudes to the teachers, to facilitate detection, deterrence, and response to issues touching on school related gender based violence and child protection and at the same time respond effectively to the occurrence of disasters in their respective schools. NATURE OF WORK AND DURATION OF THE TRAINING 40 teachers and 10 head teachers spread across ten primary schools in Jubaland will be trained in school-based gender violence, child protection, and disaster management for a period of 20 hours spread over 5-6 days. WORKSHOP METHODOLOGY The training will be delivered through presentations by a trainer as well as through group work to collect and share knowledge and skills on the above-mentioned topics among the participants. The key methodologies to be used by the trainer include discussion, brainstorming, questioning, and answering. SUMMARY OF KEY DELIVERABLES: In reference to the scope of work above, the trainer is expected to lead and accomplish the following: Undertake survey and training needs assessment for the participants to be trained Develop interactive and detailed training modules and all accompanying background material for the delivery of the training Deliver training to teachers and headteachers on school-related gender-based violence(SGBV), child protection( CP), and disaster management Develop a training report (max. 30 pages) outlining the main opportunities, challenges, and way forward. The report should include recommendations for various service providers including schools, government, and NGOs, among other key agencies to address violence against boys and girls. The trainer will be expected to submit a detailed work plan for the consultancy period and an inception report PROFILE OF THE TRAINER The ideal candidate should have: · Post-graduate or graduate degree in law, development studies, clinical psychology or related discipline · Excellent knowledge of school-based gender violence prevention and response programming · Excellent technical knowledge of disaster management · Good technical knowledge of Child Protection and child rights issues in line with Unicef/INEE standards · At least 3 years experience in capacity building activities · Previous experience working with a child-centered approach · Strong understanding of the Somali context · Fluency in Somali and English language · Strong report writing skills OBLIGATIONS OF AET Prepare any logistical and administrative support needed for the training and by the trainer Supervise the training proceedings and maintain a daily attendance record Brief the trainer on the training and its expectations Pay the trainer’s facilitation fee CONTRACT PERIOD AND MODALITIES OF PAYMENT The trainer will be contracted for a period of 30 hours including preparation and report writing. The payment will be effected once he/she completes the training, submits the report and the report is approved by AET How to apply Interested trainers who meet the conditions specified herein are invited to submit their expression of interest including proposed work plans, technical and financial proposal,CVs, and a clear demonstration of understanding and interpretation of this Terms of Reference by 9th November 2020 to the HR on

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