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LIFT’s Financial Inclusion Program

United Nations Office for Project Services | Published February 11, 2015  -  Deadline March 23, 2015
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Consulting services: financial management training and capacity building activities - Myanmar

United Nations Office for Project Services | Published October 22, 2014  -  Deadline October 28, 2014
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Procurement of Financial Management Software, Tableau Desktop Version, MS Office Professional 2013,

United Nations Office for Project Services | Published September 4, 2015  -  Deadline September 11, 2015
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MM:Telecommunications Sector Reform - P145534

 | Published October 27, 2015
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Advisors For Spectrum Management And Implementation Support QCBS, QBS, FBS, and LCS Contract Award Notice Scope of Contract: Consulting Services: Advisors for Spectrum Management and Implementation Support Minimum Qualifying Technical Score: 80 Consultants' names Nordicity (Canada) in JV with NetworkStrategies(UK) and Aerosystems International Inc (Canada) Telecommunication Management Group (TMG) Astec Global Constultancy Kalba International City/Country Canada U.S.A Ireland U.S.A Status: Awarded Consultant/Firm Evaluated Consultant/Firm Evaluated Consultant/Firm Evaluated Consultant/Firm Technical Score 85.27 82.83 80.2 70.4 Financial Score 94.05 93.59 100 N/A Combined Score 87.03 (Tech 80% + Financial 20%) 84.99 (Tech 80% + Financial 20%) 84.16 (Tech 80% + Financial 20%) N/A Criteria Specific Experience 8.5 8.83 8.2 N/A Methodology 31 29 28 N/A Key Experts 41.77 40.67 41 N/A Transfer of Knowledge 4 4.33 3 N/A Price as read out USD 497,392 USD 499,829 Euro 421,644 N/A Final Evaluation Price MMK 629,698,272 MMK 632,783,514 MMK 592,241,162.4 N/A Final Negotiated Price N/A N/A N/A N/A Rank 1 2 3 Other Shortlisted Consultant(s)/Firm(s) (these will be all that "Proposal submitted=no") Consultants' names Sofrecom City/Country Thailand Proposal Submitted: No

Modernization of Public Finance Mgmt - P144952

 | Published August 30, 2016
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Win Thin & Associates
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Small Contracts Award (dir,cqs,indv,sss) Small Contract Award Notice Myanmar Project: P144952 - Modernization of Public FinanceManagement Report Period: 11-Aug-2016 - 24-Aug-2016 Awarded Firm/Indv. : Win Thin & Associates Address: Contract Signature Date:15-Aug-2016 Method of Procurement: CQS- Selection Based On Consultant's Qualification Price: USD 61,128.00 Duration: 3.00 Year(s) Summary Scope of Contract: Total Contract price are USD48,300 and MMK15,330,000.Services are to support the Office of the Auditor General of the Union in carrying out the audits of the financial statements of the PFMProj

Provision of Visualization Services for Social Cohesion Training Initiative

United Nations Development Programme | Published May 5, 2015  -  Deadline May 18, 2015
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Request for Proposal - Provision of Visualization Services for Social Cohesion Training Initiative 2015/PROC/UNDP-MMR/PN/030 Application Interested firms must submit the following documents/Information to demonstrate their qualifications and experience A detailed CVall support documents and the financial proposal must be part of the application and submitted/uploaded as one document. -CV of consultant or nominated resource personnel including past experience in similar exercises. Contact emails of three non-related referees. All applications must be submitted via e-mail to registry.mm@undp.org, Attn: Ei Cho Nyunt Procurement Unit, UNDP Myanmar on or before 18 May 2015.

Multi-level Ministry of Education Capacity Gap Assessment and Initial, Targeted Capacity Building in Myanmar

United Nations Children's Fund | Published July 24, 2015  -  Deadline August 10, 2015
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UNICEF Myanmar is seeking a qualified contractor to undertake “Multi-Level Ministry of Education Capacity Gap Assessment and Initial, Targeted Capacity Building” in Myanmar. Detailed “Terms of Reference” and “Terms and Conditions” for this proposal are attached. We look forward to receiving your confirmation that you intent to submit proposal by 29 July 2015, Attn: Ms. Mavis May May Nyi (mnyi@unicef.org).  Please make sure you include contact persons and contact details in this confirmation. Please note that deadline for submitting Technical proposal is 10 August 2015 at 1000 hours. The Technical Proposal can be sent via e-mail to Ms. Yin Win Khine (ywkhine@unicef.org) but the financial proposal must be sent to UNICEF Yangon Myanmar Office via mail or DHL and must reach UNICEF by 13 August 2015, following the instructions mentioned in the Attachment 1. If there are any questions, do not hesitate to contact us. Thank you and best regards.

National Consultant For strengthening organizational capacity of community networks in the HIV Response in Myanmar

Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS | Published January 18, 2016  -  Deadline January 29, 2016
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Mandate of UNAIDS Myanmar Leadership in the response to HIV, as well as the work of UNAIDS, is about social justice and social change – not only is the health of those affected crucial, but also their dignity and security, and the enabling social, cultural and legal social conditions necessary to achieve these. High level policy, technical and programmatic advice to civil society and strategic support to community mobilization, through greater and meaningful involvement of people living with HIV and key populations (GIPA) and civil society engagement, are both human rights and public health imperatives, as people living with HIV and other member of civil society will be, and should be, the engines of health and social change efforts in their countries. Objectives: Reinforce and reignite the engagement and leadership in the AIDS response of people living with HIV, women and key populations Ensure the HIV response has a powerful human face and is an engine for community mobilization for prevention, treatment and HIV-related social justice Provide global leadership, advocacy, strategic information and programme coherence on human rights, gender equality, GIPA, community mobilization and civil society leadership towards achievement of the 10 goals of the 2011 Political Declaration and Fast-Track the response on the road to ending AIDS by 2030 Support excellence in national efforts to achieve HIV-related human rights, gender and GIPA goals through mobilization of leaders in government and civil society on law, gender equality, civic and social action, and faith. General Background Communities were the first responders to HIV three decades ago, and they remain essential in advocating for a robust response to the epidemic, delivering of health services to key affected populations, including those that are "hidden" and hard-to-reach, and tackling HIV-related stigma and discrimination. Combined with public health and development stakeholders, community responses are critical to the success and sustainability of the global response to HIV. Much of the work that lies ahead to implement a Fast-Track approach to make progress in the HIV response - including broadening the reach of services, supporting retention in care, increasing demand, monitoring quality, advancing human rights and combatting stigma and discrimination - can only be achieved with a strong community voice and presence. To support the national response to HIV/AIDS, UNAIDS Country Office (UCO) Myanmar had facilitated Community System Strengthening (CSS) strategy development process. It is the result of joint efforts and a series of activities conducted in the beginning of 2015. It had been developed in close collaboration with 9 national community networks in Myanmar working in the field of HIV and AIDS - the Aye Myanmar Associations (AMA), the Myanmar Interfaith Network on AIDS (MINA), Myanmar Positive Group (MPG), the Myanmar Positive Women Network (MPWN), the Myanmar MSM Network (MMN), the Myanmar Youth Star (MYS), the National Drug User Network Myanmar (NDNM), the National NGO Network (HIV/AIDS) (3N), and the Sex Workers in Myanmar Network (SWiM) – and other local based organizations and NGOs. With funding from PEPFAR/USAID, UNAIDS Myanmar has started implementing community system strengthening project which will address the following four urgent areas for the growth of these community networks: 1) advocacy, 2) governance and leadership, 3) resource mobilization, and, 4) community-based service delivery. UNAIDS is recruiting a national consultant who will work with networks of key affected populations in developing their policies and procedures. Objectives The objective of consultancy is to develop organizational policies and procedures to ensure accountability and proper functioning of the community networks of key affected populations. More specifically, the objectives are as follows: Assess existing organizational policies and procedures of networks of key affected populations; Develop financial and human resource management policies based on the findings of the assessment Key Tasks The national consultant will work in collaboration with UNAIDS Myanmar team to carry out following tasks according to the timeline. Tasks 2016 A.1 Conduct rapid need assessment on existing systems, policies and procedures of community networks Feb A.2 Revising and updating or developing Financial Policy for networks as required based on findings of rapid need assessment March A.3 Finalize Financial Policy in consultation with networks March A.4 Revising and updating or developing Human Resource Management Policy for networks as required based on findings of rapid need assessment April A.5 Finalize Human Resource Management Policy in consultation with networks April A.6 Provide a final report (activity and financial) June Key Deliverables Rapid assessment report on existing systems, policies and procedures Financial Management Policies for specific networks as required Human Resource Management Policies for specific networks as required EXPERIENCE Essential: At least 5 years of professional experience within the field of institutional capacity assessment and organizational development. Demonstrated experience in Conducting organizational capacity assessment Organizational Development and development of Standard Operating Procedures Working with a broad range of stakeholders including government, international and local NGOs, networks and CBOs Desirable: Knowledge of HIV prevention is desirable Experience in working with the UN system: regional and/or international experience in the field of HIV prevention and Human Rights and Gender. LANGUAGES Essential: Fluent in Myanmar and in English. FUNCTIONAL/TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS Strong interpersonal, representational and communication skills.Knowledge of wider development issues is desirable. Understanding of cultural and social context of Myanmar is important. Strong ability to ensure that the principles around human rights, gender and the meaningful involvement of people living with HIV and of populations at risk for HIV are adhered to and applied in all UNAIDS partnership work and strategies. DURATION Total working days: 1 February 2016 to 30 June 2016 BUDGET Payment: 25% upon signing the contract 25% upon completion of rapid need assessment report in March 2016 25% upon completion of Financial and Human Resource Management Policies in May 2016 25% upon completion of final report in June 2016 Interested candidates are requested to send their application to htwey@unaids.org with the following: 1. P11 (Personal History Form) 2. An updated curriculum vitae and recent passport photo 3. Covering letter, which addresses each of the required qualifications above 4. Proposed consultancy fees for the assignment and travel costs from Consultant’s based station to Yangon (if any) Please note that the deadline for application submission is 29 January 2016.

Strengthening watershed management through rehabilitation/reforestation of denuded community areas

United Nations Development Programme | Published July 26, 2016
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Strengthening watershed management through rehabilitation/reforestation of denuded community areas and farm boundaries in Shwebo, Monywa, Myingyan, Nyaung U and Chauk TownshipsStrengthening watershed management through rehabilitation/reforestation of denuded community areas and farm boundaries in Shwebo, Monywa, Myingyan, Nyaung U and Chauk Townships

 

Your offer, comprising of a Technical and Financial Proposal, in separate sealed envelopes, should be submitted in accordance with Section 2 not later than 25 August 2016.

You are kindly requested to submit an acknowledgment letter to UNDP to the following address:

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The letter should be received by UNDP no later than 5 August 2016.  The same letter should advise whether your company intends to submit a Proposal. If that is not the case, UNDP would appreciate your indicating the reason, for our records.

UNAIDS Myanmar Vacancancy Announcement for National Institutional Development Consultant

Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS | Published July 15, 2015  -  Deadline July 29, 2015
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The key objective of the consultancy is to provide support to a lead international consultant in achieving the goals of the GMS: Capacity Building for HIV/AIDS Prevention Project. In particular, the national consultant is expected to support the international consultant in implementing programmes to strengthen capacity of the institutional and human capacity of the National AIDS Programme. The national consultant will contribute to the design of a multi-pronged capacity development strategy and plan, with an M&E framework. As well, the national consultant will assist in identifying and managing technical assistance to assist with these tasks and with the production of a training curriculum and other materials and tools. The national consultant will also deliver assist the international consultant in developing 2-3 modules of training (as relevant to training needs) to build capacity of national and sub-national government staff.  The trainings will deal with thematic issues such as the HIV and migration/mobility linkage, technical issues including programme planning and financial management, and testing and counselling. In addition, the consultant will contribute to developing  standard tools for planning and management at national and local levels. S/he will play a supporting role in coordinating ADB project activities in close communication and partnership with the NAP and its Project Management Unit and the other implementing partners as relevant.

NATIONAL CONSULTANT (Third National AIDS Spending Assessment (NASA) in Myanmar)

Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS | Published January 5, 2016  -  Deadline January 12, 2016
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I. Background The National Strategic Plan for HIV/AIDS 2011-2015 in Myanmar, developed in 2010, has been revised in 2013 and extended until 2016. More commonly known as “NSP II”, it has three main goals: To reduce new infections of HIV; To provide care and support to people living with and affected by HIV; and To alleviate the socio-economic and human impact of AIDS on the individual, family, community, and society. To achieve these goals, the NSP II identifies three strategic priorities, namely: Strategic priority I: Prevention of the transmission of HIV through unsafe behaviour in sexual contacts and injecting drug use Strategic priority II: Comprehensive Continuum of Care for people living with HIV Strategic priority III: Mitigation of the impact of HIV on people living with HIV and their families The plan also involves three cross-cutting interventions: Health (including private sector health services), non-health and community systems strengthening Favourable environment for reducing stigma and discrimination Strategic Information, Monitoring and Evaluation, and Research The national multisectoral response to HIV and AIDS in Myanmar is implemented by the Government in collaboration with partners including national and international non-governmental organizations, bi- and multilateral agencies, private sector and civil society. Overall, there are approximately 40-45 organizations involved with the national response in Myanmar. The most important sources of funding for the national response to HIV and AIDS in Myanmar are the GFATM, 3MDG, bilateral and multilateral donors. Myanmar has yet to adopt a decentralized fiscal system for financing development initiatives at the regional, provincial or commune levels. Myanmar, like other Member States, have committed to submit to the United Nations’ Secretary General, through the UNAIDS Secretariat, a progress report on the achievement of the 10 High Level Meeting targets that countries aim to reach by 2015. The Global AIDS Response Progress (GARP) includes four main elements of information, namely: Indicator data to measure progress made with the national response; A narrative report describing progress, challenges and recommendations; The National Commitments and Policy Instrument (NCPI); and The National Funding Matrix summarizing AIDS spending by funding source. Myanmar’s first NASA exercise was back in 2005, and the second one in 2014 for the years 2012-2013. This exercise is aimed at the years 2014 and 2015. 2014 NASA exercise was very successful and provided much-needed detailed information regarding HIV expenditure as well as detailed data to properly complete the GARP funding matrix. Moreover, this year’s exercise assessing National Aids Expenditures 2014-2015 will be very valuable for the development of National Strategic Plan III and its Operational plan as well as the redaction of the new Global Fund Concept Note. II. Objectives The overall objective of the assessment is to capture health and non-health related financial flows and expenditures related to Myanmar’s national AIDS response. Specific objectives include the following: (a) to gather data to assess HIV and AIDS financing flows and expenditure in 2014 and 2015; (b) to make data that are needed to fill GARP funding matrix available; and (c) to develop national capacity to conduct NASA and strengthen the national resource tracking system to provide continuous key information on HIV/AIDS resource flow in Myanmar. III. Methodology A globally recommended methodological approach will be used using six variables (financing sources, financing agents, functions or AIDS Spending categories (ASC), production factors, providers of services and intended beneficiaries). This will allow building the foundations for a national expenditure tracking system that will ensure financial data is regularly collected and used to make decisions about investment of limited resources to address the epidemic. IV. Scope of Work Two consultants, one international and one national, will be hired for this assignment. They will work hand in hand to apply NASA methodologies that have been developed by UNAIDS to assess the financing flows and expenditures in Myanmar for the past two years (2014-2015). The financing flows need to be accounted by reconstructing the financial transactions among the six economic entities described for the financing, production and consumption functions (as described in the “National AIDS Spending Assessment (NASA): Classifications and Definitions”. To produce the results expected under these TOR, the consultants will conduct a survey involving all of the institutions involved in the response to HIV and AIDS at different levels. In particular, the national consultant will work to support the international consultant and be carrying out the following tasks: Participate in the training for the NASA Team members, actively participate in the discussion to plan the assessment in detail and update mapping of institutions involved with national response. Assist with organization and facilitation of NASA launch meeting to introduce NASA to respondents and to present the data collection tools and guidance notes. Assist with organization and facilitation sessions with finance and programme staff in respondents’ entities in order to facilitate data submission, where needed. Assist with collection of responses, checking of their completeness and quality control of data provided and following up with the respondents if needed. Conduct mapping of the submitted data with the NASA codes and enter the identified transactions into the data processing file. Prepare tables/graphs/charts for the NASA Validation meeting and the NASA report and GARP financial reporting matrices. Assist in maintaining and updating NASA database throughout the assessment. Assist with organization and facilitation of the NASA validation meeting. V. Expected Deliverables The expected outputs or products of this consultancy include: A draft one-page map of institutions involved in Myanmar’s national response to HIV (by 3 February 2016). According to the NASA Team division of labor, completed and quality checked data collection forms and related data processing files (by 20 February 2016) List of the assumptions used during the NASA and well-described estimation strategies. Submitted graphs, charts and tables for the NASA report – as directed by the Lead Consultant Deadline for the preliminary graphs by 22 February 2016 (for the validation meeting) Deadline for the final graphs by 24 February 2016. Additional data collected and sent to Lead consultant, if needed. TSF consultancy completion report by 30 March 2016. VI. Expected level of effort and timeframe: The national consultant will be engaged for 30 days in this initiative from 1 February to 30 April 2016. S/he will work very closely with the international consultant to provide support and learn about NASA methods and tools. VII. Collaboration and reporting: The consultant will work under the overall supervision of the UNAIDS Country Coordinator and the day-to-day supervision of the Strategic Information Adviser and Investment and Efficiency Adviser. The national consultant will closely together with the international consultant and coordinate efforts effectively with the NAP and partners. VIII. Qualifications: University degree in health economics, M&E, accountancy, social sciences or a related field; At least three years of professional experience in research and M&E and in collection, management and analysis of data; Experience with management and analysis of financial data a major asset; Good understanding of HIV epidemics and national responses; a knowledge of the Myanmar context is an asset; Experience with conducting surveys in developing countries and with the management and analysis of large quantitative data sets; Excellent analytical, management and coordination skills; Outstanding interpersonal, communication and facilitation skills; Proficiency in spread sheets and word processing applications; Fluency in English and Myanmar. Interested candidates are requested to send their application to htwey@unaids.org with the following: 1. P11 (Personal History Form) 2. An updated curriculum vitae and recent passport photo 3. Covering letter, which addresses each of the required qualifications above 4. Proposed consultancy fees for the assignment and travel costs from Consultant’s based station to Yangon (if any) Please note that the deadline for application submission is 12 January 2016.

TEAM LEADER INTERNATIONAL CONSULTANT (Third National AIDS Spending Assessment (NASA) in Myanmar)

Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS | Published January 5, 2016  -  Deadline January 12, 2016
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I. Background The National Strategic Plan for HIV/AIDS 2011-2015 in Myanmar, developed in 2010, has been revised in 2013 and extended until 2016. More commonly known as “NSP II”, it has three main goals: To reduce new infections of HIV; To provide care and support to people living with and affected by HIV; and To alleviate the socio-economic and human impact of AIDS on the individual, family, community, and society. To achieve these goals, the NSP II identifies three strategic priorities, namely: Strategic priority I: Prevention of the transmission of HIV through unsafe behaviour in sexual contacts and injecting drug use Strategic priority II: Comprehensive Continuum of Care for people living with HIV Strategic priority III: Mitigation of the impact of HIV on people living with HIV and their families The plan also involves three cross-cutting interventions: Health (including private sector health services), non-health and community systems strengthening Favourable environment for reducing stigma and discrimination Strategic Information, Monitoring and Evaluation, and Research The national multisectoral response to HIV and AIDS in Myanmar is implemented by the Government in collaboration with partners including national and international non-governmental organizations, bi- and multilateral agencies, private sector and civil society. Overall, there are approximately 40-45 organizations involved with the national response in Myanmar. The most important sources of funding for the national response to HIV and AIDS in Myanmar are the GFATM, 3MDG, bilateral and multilateral donors. Myanmar has yet to adopt a decentralized fiscal system for financing development initiatives at the regional, provincial or commune levels. Myanmar, like other Member States, have committed to submit to the United Nations’ Secretary General, through the UNAIDS Secretariat, a progress report on the achievement of the 10 High Level Meeting targets that countries aim to reach by 2015. The Global AIDS Response Progress (GARP) includes four main elements of information, namely: Indicator data to measure progress made with the national response; A narrative report describing progress, challenges and recommendations; The National Commitments and Policy Instrument (NCPI); and The National Funding Matrix summarizing AIDS spending by funding source. Myanmar’s first NASA exercise was back in 2005, and the second one in 2014 for the years 2012-2013. This exercise is aimed at the years 2014 and 2015. 2014 NASA exercise was very successful and provided much-needed detailed information regarding HIV expenditure as well as detailed data to properly complete the GARP funding matrix. Moreover, this year’s exercise assessing National Aids Expenditures 2014-2015 will be very valuable for the development of National Strategic Plan III and its Operational plan as well as the redaction of the new Global Fund Concept Note. II. Objectives The overall objective of the assessment is to capture health and non-health related financial flows and expenditures related to Myanmar’s national AIDS response. Specific objectives include the following: (a) to gather data to assess HIV and AIDS financing flows and expenditure in 2014 and 2015; (b) to make data available that are needed to fill GARP funding matrix; and (c) to develop national capacity to conduct NASA and strengthen the national resource tracking system to provide continuous key information on HIV/AIDS resource flow in Myanmar. III. Methodology A globally recommended methodological approach will be used using six variables (financing sources, financing agents, functions or AIDS Spending categories (ASC), production factors, providers of services and intended beneficiaries). This will allow building the foundations for a national expenditure tracking system that will ensure financial data is regularly collected and used to make decisions about investment of limited resources to address the epidemic. IV. Scope of Work Two consultants, one international and one national, will be hired for this assignment. They will work hand in hand to apply NASA methodologies that have been developed by UNAIDS to assess the financing flows and expenditures in Myanmar for the past two years (2014-2015). The financing flows need to be accounted by reconstructing the financial transactions among the six economic entities described for the financing, production and consumption functions (as described in the “National AIDS Spending Assessment (NASA): Classifications and Definitions”. To produce the results expected under these TOR, the consultants will conduct a survey involving all of the institutions involved in the response to HIV and AIDS at different levels. In particular, the international consultant will be required to undertake the following tasks: I. Desk review and preparatory work Review information and data from various sources. Meet with the NAP and partners in Nay Pyi Taw and the NASA Steering Committee to: Be briefed on national epidemic and response Explain NASA methods and lessons learned from other countries Refine NASA work plan to produce the desired outputs and outcomes Finalise the data collection instruments II. Capacity development 2.1 Facilitate a meeting to introduce NASA aims and methods to stakeholders. 2.2 Train NASA team in specific data collection methods and tools, how to operate NASA tool and carry out the data entry, cleaning, analysis and interpretation. 2.3 Advise NAP and NASA Team on technical issues (onsite and via email). III. NASA Data Collection and Analysis 3.1 Collect data from various sources 3.1.1 Collect data from secondary sources of information (e.g., financial reports). 3.1.2 Conduct a self-administered survey. 3.1.3 Carry out interviews with key organizations to obtain/clarify financial data 3.2 Process and analyse the data collected from different sources 3.2.1 Clean, analyse and interpret the data 3.2.3 Organize the data in a systematic way for easy future reference 3.3 Stakeholder validation of NASA preliminary results 3.3.1 Prepare and facilitate a meeting to validate NASA findings 3.3.2 Incorporate comments and suggestions from stakeholders IV. Completion of data analysis and report drafting 4.1 Complete the data analysis based on recommendations made by stakeholders 4.2 Prepare a draft report including the findings and recommendations for the future 4.3 Incorporate comments of the Steering Committee and key stakeholders to finalise report 4.4 Complete GARP National Funding matrices for 2014 and 2015. The international consultant will be supported by a national consultant who will be responsible in particular for the preparation of the in-country mission, compilation of data from existing sources, mapping of the national response, organization and facilitation of meetings with representatives of various institutions and collection of additional information and data that may be needed after the international consultant has already left the country and the analysis and interpretation of the data including the preparation of tables and graphs. V. Expected Deliverables A workplan that has been agreed by NAP, UNAIDS and the Steering Committee An outline of the methodological approach and instruments to collect data for the NASA (assessment tools and guidance) Agendas, ppts and materials to be used to conduct workshops and meetings Raw and processed data obtained from the survey contained in an organized data base (filed according to organization in different folders) All of the hard copies and electronic data files containing relevant data Copy of background and other documentation used to inform and train team members Improved capacity of national staff measured through their level of interest in NASA and ability to conduct this kind of survey in the future on their own. A comprehensive report with findings following agreed structure, including graphs and tables and reflecting comments of SC and stakeholders. VI. Expected level of effort and timeframe: The international consultant will be engaged for a total of 32 days from 1 February to 30 March 2016 of which s/he will spend at least 25 days in the country. S/he is expected to work hand in hand with the national consultant and train and mentor this person on site and remotely. Data to complete GARPR 2015 should be available by March 25, 2016. The final report will need to be completed by March 30, 2016. VII. Collaboration and reporting: The consultant hired under these TOR will work under the overall supervision of the UNAIDS Country Coordinator and the day-to-day supervision of the Strategic Information Adviser and Investment and Efficiency Adviser. The consultant will closely together with the national consultant and coordinate efforts effectively with the NAP, UNAIDS and other partners. VIII. Qualifications required: University degree in health economics, M&E, accountancy, social sciences or a related field At least seven years of professional experience including relevant experience in resource tracking, national accounts and spending assessments Thorough knowledge and relevant practical experience with implementing NASA in development countries a requirement Good understanding of HIV epidemics and national responses; a knowledge of the Myanmar context is an asset Experience with conducting surveys in developing countries and with the management and analysis of large quantitative data sets Excellent analytical, management and coordination skills Outstanding interpersonal, communication and facilitation skills Proficiency in spread sheets and word processing applications Strong oral and written English writing skills and experience in report writing Interested candidates are requested to send their application with updated CV and cover letter to the Country Director, UNAIDS Myanmar, No. 137/1, Thanlwin Road, Kamayut Township, Yangon (Tel: +95 1 534498, 504832, 503816, 538087, 538938) or to htwey@unaids.org. Please note that the deadline for application submission is 12 January 2016.

International Consultant (DRR Youth Volunteer Programme Strategy Development)

United Nations Development Programme | Published April 2, 2015  -  Deadline April 16, 2015
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Myanmar is exposed to a wide range of natural hazards, triggering different types of small scale to large-scale disasters across the country’s territory. A total of 27 natural disasters have been recorded between 1980 and 2010, causing the death of approximately 140,000 people, and affecting the lives and livelihoods of 3.9 million people; an average of 125,000 people a year. By far the most devastating natural disaster in Myanmar’s history, cyclone Nargis tore through the Delta region in May 2008, affecting 2.4 million people and claiming the lives of 135,000. It is estimated that around 870,000 people in Myanmar live in areas that are exposed to cyclones, and a similar proportion are vulnerable to earthquakes, with two fault lines running through the country across some densely populated areas. Furthermore 440,000 people are vulnerable to flooding and 390,000 are exposed to drought. These risks are being further exacerbated due to processes attributed to climate change and variability. Myanmar’s vulnerability to hazards is compounded by socio-economic factors: widespread poverty and poor infrastructures are at the heart of the country’s relatively low capability to recover from a significant event, be it natural or man-made. It is this combination of hazard vulnerability and low capacity which makes Myanmar the “most at-risk country” in Asia-Pacific according to the InfoRM model. A positive impact of Cyclone Nargis was that it increased Government’s awareness of the need to plan and prepare for future disasters, and of the need for prevention, mitigation and community awareness activities. The Post-Nargis Response and Preparedness Plan (PONREPP) developed by the Tri-Partite Core Group (TCG) outlined ways to reduce hazards and limit the effect of future disasters. Myanmar is one of the 168 countries that endorsed the Hyogo Framework for Action (HFA) and is also a signatory of the ASEAN Agreement on Disaster Management and Emergency Response (AADMER), which came into force in 2009. The AADMER is a proactive regional framework for cooperation, coordination, technical assistance, and resource mobilization in all aspects of disaster management, and the first legally binding HFA-related instrument. In order to meet regional and international commitments on DRR, the Ministry of Social Welfare, Relief and Resettlement (MSWRR) published the Myanmar Action Plan on Disaster Risk Reduction (MAPDRR) in 2009 with the goal ‘To make Myanmar Safer and more Resilient against Natural Hazards, thus Protecting Lives, Livelihood and Developmental Gains’. The Government officially endorsed MAPDRR in 2012, in an effort to provide greater impetus for DRR work in Myanmar. The document was updated to reflect the political changes in the country and the post-Nargis environment characterized by a multiplicity of natural hazards. The Government of Myanmar continued to demonstrate its commitment to DRR by introducing a Disaster Management Law, in 2013 and assorted Rules and Regulations currently awaiting Cabinet’s approval. MAPDRR provides the foundations for the youth volunteer programme, particularly component 6 on community-based disaster preparedness and risk reduction, and within that project 6.3: Promoting Community based Disaster Risk Reduction Volunteerism. To support the Government’s efforts on DRR, the Disaster Risk Reduction Working Group (DRRWG) was established in 2008 and has since grown into a diverse network of more than 60 agencies and organizations working for DRR interventions in Myanmar. The DRRWG is characterized by high levels of commitment, broad participation and a strong partnership relation with the line Government Unit, the Department of Relief and Resettlement under the MSWRR. The DRRWG provides the umbrella under which most of the DRR activities are being designed, agreed and implemented and, as such, will play a key role in the strategy development process. Rationale of the consultancy In 2014, in an attempt to reinforce their capacities in CBDRR and in line with MAPDRR, the Relief and Resettlement Department launched the DRR youth volunteer programme with the aim of raising disaster awareness at the grassroots level and improving communities’ knowledge of early warning systems. The volunteers are also seen as first responders, the operational arm of township disaster management committees, and are expected to play a role of interface between the community and external service providers for DRR, as well as response and recovery activities. With this goal in mind, RRD rolled-out an initial training program in a short timeframe, which has benefitted 3000 volunteers (30% women) from over 800 villages in 14 Regions and States as of March 15. The training follows a cascade approach whereby training is provided to a number of master trainers at district level, following which they conduct multiplier trainings at township level. The volunteers ultimately receive a 3-day course on Disaster Risk Reduction that covers issues such as “understanding risks and natural hazards of Myanmar”, “DRM approaches: Preparedness, response and recovery”, “disaster resilience and safer development”, etc. UN-Habitat and ADPC, which have supported several of the trainings technically and/or financially, have collected and/or documented key lessons learnt. RRD is facing financial limitations to scale up training programs and provide trained volunteers with basic equipment, including early warning equipment, IEC and training materials, etc. Issues of complementarity and coordination with existing volunteer networks, in particular the Myanmar Red Cross Society, also need to be addressed to ensure that there is a clear and shared understanding of the division of roles and responsibilities on the ground. The programme has not received the level of support expected, mostly due to the fact that it lacks a clear strategic vision and road map that would lay down its objectives, operationalization plan, sustainability mechanisms and linkages with existing institutional frameworks at national and sub-national levels. This includes clarifying the role of the volunteer programme vis a vis the planned Community Disaster Resilience Framework, the National Policy and Program on CBDRR (MAPDRR projects 6.1 and 6.2), and the roll-out of the social protection strategy through integrated social protection services aimed to provide a comprehensive response to all types of vulnerabilities. It is also important to clarify the linkages between the youth volunteer programme and the National Disaster Management Training Centre established by the Government of Myanmar in 2014. The DRR Working Group is committed to support RRD’s DRR youth volunteer programme. Three members of the DRR WG, namely UNDP, UNICEF and UNV, have technical and financial resources available to support the development of a strategic framework for the youth volunteer programme, which will enhance the effectiveness and sustainability of RRD’s ongoing efforts. This will be done through the hiring of an international consultant commissioned jointly by all three agencies in support of RRD, and who will work in close coordination with the DRR WG as a whole. The strategic framework will constitute the foundations upon which the DRR WG can continue to engage and support the youth volunteer programme. The consultancy will managed by UNDP Myanmar but the consultant will receive guidance from a committee made of representatives from UNDP, UNICEF and UNV, and will work in direct support of RRD. Additionally, the consultant will work in close collaboration with the DRR Working group of Myanmar. The overall objective of the intervention is to support RRD in developing a strategic framework for the DRR youth volunteer programme to enhance the effectiveness and sustainability of the programme (including but not limited to: vision and mission, objectives, costed road map for implementation and resource mobilization strategy).

International Consultant (PR Transition)

Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS | Published October 23, 2015  -  Deadline October 30, 2015
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Contract duration: 12 months Duty station: Yangon/Nay Pyi Taw BACKGROUND/CONTEXT: The current Global Fund (GFATM) grants to Myanmar are ending December 2016 and a new grant proposal needs to be prepared and submitted by June 2016. In addition, the Ministry of Health (MoH) has started a process that is to prepare the ministry for taking over the role of Principal Recipient (PR) of part of the Global Fund (GFATM) grants in Myanmar. The aim is to be able to take full or part responsibility as PR by January 2017, hence coinciding with the start of the next GFATM funding cycle in Myanmar. An assessment of MoH’s current capacity was made by an international team of consultants in March and April 2015. Following the submission of the report a unit was created in MoH to build on the findings of the report and prepare a more detailed road map towards MoH taking PR responsibilities. In order to support the Myanmar government and MoH and in particularly the PR Transition Unit within MoH with GFATM processes an international consultant will be hired. Work will include assisting with the drafting of a new Concept Note and the building of needed capacity to take on the role of PR. The constancy will be carried out under the supervision of the Director of Disease Control and the UNAIDS Country Director in close collaboration with other Ministry of Health colleagues, the GFATM, UNOPS GFATM Team (current PR), the M-HSCC Secretariat, USAID in Myanmar, and other strategic partners. It will require strong diplomacy and understanding of the Myanmar context and GFATM requirements in order to establish a good working relationship with the many stakeholders. The consultant will be based in Yangon with regular travels to Nay Pyi Taw. Main tasks and Responsibilities of the Consultancy: Working with the MoH PR unit and key stakeholders to further identify exact areas, tasks and skills needed to be strengthened or built within the Ministry of Health primarily in the areas of Programme Management including management of SRs Financial Management Procurement and supply chain management M & E Assist with preparing a detailed plan for capacity building including tasks, timeline, budget and funding source. Assist with the implementation of the capacity building plan either by conducting training directly or by identifying and contracting resource persons or organizations with the needed expertise and comparative advantage within the specific area. Provide support for the development of the new GF Concept Note due June 2016. This includes Coordination with key stakeholders for each part of the Concept Note Ensuring that all pertinent stakeholders are included in a meaningful manner in the process Organising and coordinating select meetings and workshops including preparing agendas, minutes and ensure needed follow-up. Drafting end editing areas of the Concept Note text and ensuring GFATM standards are met for a successful Concept Note submission. Function as a point of contact for donors (PEPFAR, USAID, multilaterals, etc.) that coordinates and communicates on GFATM processes, policies and activities. This includes preparing regular briefings to donors such as PEPFAR and multilaterals. Performing other related responsibilities as assigned, including replacing and backstopping for others. Deliverable/outputs by end of contract Plan for capacity building including tasks, timeline, budget and funding source Finalised and submitted Concept Note Briefings for donors prepared and submitted Impact of outputs The key outputs are critical for a successful GFATM application process and the transfer of PR responsibilities to MoH. REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS Education: Bachelor or Master degree in public health, development, social sciences, public administration, management or related field Experience: Master Degree and 2 years, or Bachelor Degree and 5 years progressively responsible experience in capacity building, training design, training, programme design, management, administration, and monitoring and evaluation in relevant field Languages: Excellent knowledge of English; knowledge of Myanmar language an advantage Functional/Technical Knowledge and Skills: Experience with training needs assessments, training planning and capacity building Strong analytical and communication (written and spoken), skills; Interested candidates are requested to send their application to htwey@unaids.org with the following: 1. P11 (Personal History Form) 2. An updated curriculum vitae and recent passport photo 3. Covering letter, which addresses each of the required qualifications above 4. Proposed consultancy fees for the assignment Please note that the deadline for application submission is 30 October 2015.

International Consultant (PR Transition)

Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS | Published December 1, 2015  -  Deadline December 17, 2015
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Title: International Consultant Contract duration: 12 months (with possibility of extension of additional 12 months) Organization unit: UNAIDS Office, Myanmar Duty station: Yangon/Nay Pyi Taw _____________ BACKGROUND/CONTEXT: The current Global Fund (GFATM) grants to Myanmar are ending December 2016 and a new grant proposal needs to be prepared and submitted by June 2016. In addition, the Ministry of Health (MoH) has started a process that is to prepare the ministry for taking over the role of Principal Recipient (PR) of part of the Global Fund (GFATM) grants in Myanmar. The aim is to be able to take full or part responsibility as PR by January 2017, hence coinciding with the start of the next GFATM funding cycle in Myanmar. An assessment of MoH’s current capacity was made by an international team of consultants in March and April 2015. Following the submission of the report a unit was created in MoH to build on the findings of the report and prepare a more detailed road map towards MoH taking PR responsibilities. In order to support the Myanmar government and MoH and in particularly the PR Transition Unit within MoH with GFATM processes an international consultant will be hired. Work will include assisting with the drafting of a new Concept Note and the building of needed capacity to take on the role of PR. The constancy will be carried out under the supervision of the Director of Disease Control and the UNAIDS Country Director in close collaboration with other Ministry of Health colleagues, the GFATM, UNOPS GFATM Team (current PR), the M-HSCC Secretariat, USAID in Myanmar, and other strategic partners. It will require strong diplomacy and understanding of the Myanmar context and GFATM requirements in order to establish a good working relationship with the many stakeholders. The consultant will be based in Yangon with regular travels to Nay Pyi Taw. Main tasks and Responsibilities of the Consultancy: 1.            Working with the MoH PR unit and key stakeholders to further identify exact areas, tasks and skills needed to be strengthened or built within the Ministry of Health primarily in the areas of a.            Programme Management including management of SRs b.            Financial Management c.            Procurement and supply chain management d.            M & E 2.            Assist with preparing a detailed plan for capacity building including tasks, timeline, budget and funding source. 3.            Assist with the implementation of the capacity building plan either by conducting training directly or by identifying and contracting resource persons or organizations with the needed expertise and comparative advantage within the specific area. 4.            Provide support for the development of the new GF Concept Note due June 2016. This includes a.            Coordination with key stakeholders for each part of the Concept Note b.            Ensuring that all pertinent stakeholders are included in a meaningful manner in the process c.            Organising and coordinating select meetings and workshops including preparing agendas, minutes and ensure needed follow-up. d.            Drafting end editing areas of the Concept Note text and ensuring GFATM standards are met for a successful Concept Note submission. 5.            Function as a point of contact for donors (PEPFAR, USAID, multilaterals, etc.) that coordinates and communicates on GFATM processes, policies and activities. This includes preparing regular briefings to donors such as PEPFAR and multilaterals. 6.            Performing other related responsibilities as assigned, including replacing and backstopping for others. Deliverable/outputs by end of contract 1.            Plan for capacity building including tasks, timeline, budget and funding source 2.            Finalised and submitted Concept Note 3.            Briefings for donors prepared and submitted Impact of outputs The key outputs are critical for a successful GFATM application process and the transfer of PR responsibilities to MoH. REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS Education: Bachelor or Master degree in public health, development, social sciences, public administration, management or related field Experience: Master Degree and 2 years, or Bachelor Degree and 5 years progressively responsible experience in capacity building, training design, training, programme design, management, administration, and monitoring and evaluation in relevant field Languages: Excellent knowledge of English; knowledge of Myanmar language an advantage Functional/Technical Knowledge and Skills: Experience with training needs assessments, training planning and capacity building Strong analytical and communication (written and spoken), skills; Interested candidates are requested to send their application to htwey@unaids.org with the following: 1. P11 (Personal History Form) 2. An updated curriculum vitae and recent passport photo 3. Covering letter, which addresses each of the required qualifications above 4. Proposed consultancy fees for the assignment Please note that the deadline for application submission is 17 December 2015.

International Consultant-PR Transition

Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS | Published October 7, 2015  -  Deadline October 21, 2015
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Title: International Consultant Contract duration: 12 months Organization unit: UNAIDS Office, Myanmar Duty station: Yangon/Nay Pyi Taw BACKGROUND/CONTEXT: The current Global Fund (GFATM) grants to Myanmar are ending December 2016 and a new grant proposal needs to be prepared and submitted by June 2016. In addition, the Ministry of Health (MoH) has started a process that is to prepare the ministry for taking over the role of Principal Recipient (PR) of part of the Global Fund (GFATM) grants in Myanmar. The aim is to be able to take full or part responsibility as PR by January 2017, hence coinciding with the start of the next GFATM funding cycle in Myanmar. An assessment of MoH’s current capacity was made by an international team of consultants in March and April 2015. Following the submission of the report a unit was created in MoH to build on the findings of the report and prepare a more detailed road map towards MoH taking PR responsibilities. In order to support the Myanmar government and MoH and in particularly the PR Transition Unit within MoH with GFATM processes an international consultant will be hired. Work will include assisting with the drafting of a new Concept Note and the building of needed capacity to take on the role of PR. The constancy will be carried out under the supervision of the Director of Disease Control and the UNAIDS Country Director in close collaboration with other Ministry of Health colleagues, the GFATM, UNOPS GFATM Team (current PR), the M-HSCC Secretariat, USAID in Myanmar, and other strategic partners. It will require strong diplomacy and understanding of the Myanmar context and GFATM requirements in order to establish a good working relationship with the many stakeholders. The consultant will be based in Yangon with regular travels to Nay Pyi Taw. Main tasks and Responsibilities of the Consultancy: Working with the MoH PR unit and key stakeholders to further identify exact areas, tasks and skills needed to be strengthened or built within the Ministry of Health primarily in the areas of Programme Management including management of SRs Financial Management Procurement and supply chain management M & E Assist with preparing a detailed plan for capacity building including tasks, timeline, budget and funding source. Assist with the implementation of the capacity building plan either by conducting training directly or by identifying and contracting resource persons or organizations with the needed expertise and comparative advantage within the specific area. Provide support for the development of the new GF Concept Note due June 2016. This includes Coordination with key stakeholders for each part of the Concept Note Ensuring that all pertinent stakeholders are included in a meaningful manner in the process Organising and coordinating select meetings and workshops including preparing agendas, minutes and ensure needed follow-up. Drafting end editing areas of the Concept Note text and ensuring GFATM standards are met for a successful Concept Note submission. Function as a point of contact for donors (PEPFAR, USAID, multilaterals, etc.) that coordinates and communicates on GFATM processes, policies and activities. This includes preparing regular briefings to donors such as PEPFAR and multilaterals. Performing other related responsibilities as assigned, including replacing and backstopping for others. Deliverable/outputs by end of contract Plan for capacity building including tasks, timeline, budget and funding source Finalised and submitted Concept Note Briefings for donors prepared and submitted Impact of outputs The key outputs are critical for a successful GFATM application process and the transfer of PR responsibilities to MoH. REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS Education: Bachelor or Master degree in public health, development, social sciences, public administration, management or related field Experience: Master Degree and 2 years, or Bachelor Degree and 5 years progressively responsible experience in capacity building, training design, training, programme design, management, administration, and monitoring and evaluation in relevant field Languages: Excellent knowledge of English; knowledge of Myanmar language an advantage Functional/Technical Knowledge and Skills: Experience with training needs assessments, training planning and capacity building Strong analytical and communication (written and spoken), skills; Interested candidates are requested to send their application to htwey@unaids.org with the following: 1. P11 (Personal History Form) 2. An updated curriculum vitae and recent passport photo 3. Covering letter, which addresses each of the required qualifications above 4. Proposed consultancy fees for the assignment Please note that the deadline for application submission is 21 October 2015.

International Consultant For Strengthening Advocacy capacity of community networks in the HIV Response in Myanmar

Joint United Nations Programme on HIV/AIDS | Published January 18, 2016  -  Deadline January 29, 2016
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Mandate of UNAIDS Myanmar Leadership in the response to HIV, as well as the work of UNAIDS, is about social justice and social change – not only is the health of those affected crucial, but also their dignity and security, and the enabling social, cultural and legal social conditions necessary to achieve these. High level policy, technical and programmatic advice to civil society and strategic support to community mobilization, through greater and meaningful involvement of people living with HIV and key populations (GIPA) and civil society engagement, are both human rights and public health imperatives, as people living with HIV and other member of civil society will be, and should be, the engines of health and social change efforts in their countries. Objectives: Reinforce and reignite the engagement and leadership in the AIDS response of people living with HIV, women and key populations Ensure the HIV response has a powerful human face and is an engine for community mobilization for prevention, treatment and HIV-related social justice Provide global leadership, advocacy, strategic information and programme coherence on human rights, gender equality, GIPA, community mobilization and civil society leadership towards achievement of the 10 goals of the 2011 Political Declaration and Fast-Track the response on the road to ending AIDS by 2030 Support excellence in national efforts to achieve HIV-related human rights, gender and GIPA goals through mobilization of leaders in government and civil society on law, gender equality, civic and social action, and faith. General Background Communities were the first responders to HIV three decades ago, and they remain essential in advocating for a robust response to the epidemic, delivering of health services to key affected populations, including those that are "hidden" and hard-to-reach, and tackling HIV-related stigma and discrimination. Combined with public health and development stakeholders, community responses are critical to the success and sustainability of the global response to HIV. Much of the work that lies ahead to implement a Fast-Track approach to make progress in the HIV response - including broadening the reach of services, supporting retention in care, increasing demand, monitoring quality, advancing human rights and combatting stigma and discrimination - can only be achieved with a strong community voice and presence. To support the national response to HIV/AIDS, UNAIDS Country Office (UCO) Myanmar had facilitated Community System Strengthening (CSS) strategy development process. It is the result of joint efforts and a series of activities conducted in the beginning of 2015. It had been developed in close collaboration with 9 national community networks in Myanmar working in the field of HIV and AIDS - the Aye Myanmar Associations (AMA), the Myanmar Interfaith Network on AIDS (MINA), Myanmar Positive Group (MPG), the Myanmar Positive Women Network (MPWN), the Myanmar MSM Network (MMN), the Myanmar Youth Star (MYS), the National Drug User Network Myanmar (NDNM), the National NGO Network (HIV/AIDS) (3N), and the Sex Workers in Myanmar Network (SWiM) – and other local based organizations and NGOs. With funding from PEPFAR/USAID, UNAIDS Myanmar has started implementing community system strengthening project which will address the following four urgent areas for the growth of these community networks: 1) advocacy, 2) governance and leadership, 3) resource mobilization, and, 4) community-based service delivery. UNAIDS is recruiting an internationa consultant who will work with networks of key affected populations in developing their advocacy capacity. Objectives The objective of consultancy is to develop strategic advocacy plans for community networks, and train key people from the networks in conducting advocacy on HIV response and Human rights-related issues with a focus on key affected populations (KAP): people who inject drugs (PWID); men who have sex with men (MSM), transgender individuals (TG) and female sex workers (FSW). More specifically, the objectives are as follows: Identify advocacy issues related to key affected populations (KAPs) in Myanmar and the response to HIV; Develop advocacy strategy relevant to each network Build the capacity of networks in doing advocacy Key Tasks International consultant will work in collaboration with UNAIDS Myanmar team to carry out following tasks according to the timeline. Tasks 2016 A.1 Conduct rapid assessment on key advocacy issues of KAP and existing advocacy capacity of community networks Feb A.2 Develop Advocacy strategy for each network articulating a short-term focus on “easy wins” in combination with long-term advocacy planning based on findings of the assessment Mar A.3 Develop or adapt an advocacy toolkit that can be used as a guide by community networks in conducting advocacy Mar A.4 Skills trainings in forensics and communication for board or executive members as well as other key persons from each community network: General and advanced advocacy capacity building, Training on Public speaking and presentation skills April May A.5 Support networks in applying the skills from the trainings May - June A.6 Reporting Provide a progress report (after each workshop and training) Provide a final report (activity and financial) June Key Deliverables Rapid assessment report on key advocacy issues Advocacy strategies for networks of key affected populations An advocacy toolkit Training package including training curriculum, training materail, agenda and check list Conduct training on advocacy capacity, public speaking and presentation skills Provision of support in application of the skills EXPERIENCE Essential: At least 7 to 10 years of professional experience within the field of strategic planning, human rights, and communication. Demonstrated experience in Conducting training on advocacy and communication skills Building capacity of multi-stakeholders, service providers and community Development of training curriculum Working with a broad range of stakeholders including government, international and local NGOs, network and CBOs Desirable: Knowledge of HIV prevention and Myanmar human rights contexts desirable. Experience in working with the UN system: regional and/or international experience in the field of HIV prevention and Human Rights and Gender. LANGUAGES Essential: Fluent in English. FUNCTIONAL/TECHNICAL KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS Strong interpersonal, representational and communication skills. Ability to build capacity on advocacy in HIV programme among a wide range of partners. Knowledge of wider development issues is desirable. Understanding of cultural and social context of Myanmar is important. Strong ability to ensure that the principles around human rights, gender and the meaningful involvement of people living with HIV and of populations at risk for HIV are adhered to and applied in all UNAIDS partnership work and strategies. DURATION Total working days: Approximately 130 days from 1 February 2016 to 30 June 2016 BUDGET Payment: 25% upon signing the contract 25% upon completion of advocacy strategies and tookit in March 2016 25% upon completion of advocacy, Public speaking and presentation skills trainings in May 2016 25% upon final report in June 2016 Interested candidates are requested to send their application to htwey@unaids.org with the following: 1. P11 (Personal History Form) 2. An updated curriculum vitae and recent passport photo 3. Covering letter, which addresses each of the required qualifications above 4. Proposed consultancy fees for the assignment and travel costs from Consultant’s based station to Yangon (if any) Please note that the deadline for application submission is 29 January 2016.
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