Consultant wanted to develop Master Trainers’ on Peer Education for project “Creating an enabling environment for young people to claim and access their sexual and reproductive health rights in Bangladesh”
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The action will contribute towards the efforts of the Government of Bangladesh (GoB) to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) and the Programme of Action of the International Conference on Population and Development (ICPD PoA Cairo 1994). This will be done through support to the implementation of GoBs National Plan of Action 2011-2016 (NAP) based on the National Adolescent Reproductive Strategy 2006 (NARS). Plan and the partner Marie Stopes were actively involved in the development of NARS and NAP, as members of the national working committee led by Directorate General Family Planning (DGFP) and Ministry of Health and Family Welfare (MOFW). The action is aligned with NAP objectives and implementation strategies, and targets the weak capacity of local andDistrict government to translate NARS into action, and low use of government services of youth3. Plan International Bangladesh is now seeking Consultant to develop Master Trainers’ on Peer Education for project “Creating an enabling environment for young people to claim and access their sexual and reproductive health rights in Bangladesh” Scope of Work: a. Why (Rationale of the Task/Assignment):
Among the four results of the project one is solemnly dedicated for young people to build their capacity to avail and enjoy sexual and reproductive health rights by accessing to information and service. Evaluations of previous Plan initiatives in Bangladesh showed that youth prefer to seek SRH information from peers. So a group of master trainers’ on Peer Education will be developed who will in turn develop trainers’ pool and thus train Peer Educators. So that all young people in the identified project areas can avail their rights on Sexual & Reproductive Health. b. What (What needs to be done/agreed output of the assignment/task):
The hired consultant will be liable to produce following outputs-
Develop group of master trainers (15 person) on Peer Education by conducting 5 days residential training, (all training related cost such as food, accommodation, transport, logistics will bear by Plan),
Develop six (06) training modules on Peer Education as per age specified (10-14 yrs, 15-19yrs & 20-24 yrs) both in Bengali & English, three area specific cultural context to be taken in to account,
Propose three (03) sets of IEC materials aligned with module as per age group and geographical context; complete different illustration and cultural adaptation to be done especially for IEC for Chittagong Hill Tracts.
Submit report on completion of training with Master trainers’.
Submit follow up report upon observation of training conduction by Master Trainers’ to develop Trainers’ pool.
Attachments: A detailed Terms of Reference can be downloaded from this link.
Application submission deadline: 22 June 2015
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