Job Opportunity at International Organization for Migration (IOM)
Terms of Reference for Job Opportunity at International Organization for Migration (IOM)
Duty Station: International Organization for Migration (IOM), Country Office Tanzania 1
Duration: 35 days
Fee: 325 USD per working day
Nature of the consultancy: To develop the National Guidelines for establishment and management of safe centers to assist victims of human trafficking and other forms of violence (Gender Based Violence & Violence Against Women and Children)
Objective For Job Opportunity at International Organization for Migration (IOM)
The main Objective of the assignment is to provide technical support for the development of the
National Guideline for Establishment and Management of Safe Centres for victims of trafficking
and other forms of violence (GBV & VAWC)
- Firstly, Review of the documents such as IOM Handbook on Direct Assistance for Victims of trafficking, The Anti-trafficking in persons’ Act of 2008, The Law of Child Act, the Anti-trafficking in persons regulation no 27 of 2015, the National Plan of Action to End Violence Against Women and Children 2017‐2021,The Guideline for the Establishment and Management of Children’s Home, The Guidelines for the Establishment and Management of One Stop Centre and other related documents in Tanzania, other East African countries and Sub‐Saharan Africa, which are relevant to the development of this guideline
- Secondly, Developing the inception report and the draft guideline
- Thirdly, Presentation and submission of the final draft to the Ministry
The procurement procedures will be in line with the IOM procedures
Governments, universities, as well as academia, migration practitioners.
IOM Project to which the Consultancy is contributing:
IOM as a lead partner in the country in combating trafficking in person and also committed to
support Response and Support Services Thematic area within the National Plan of Action to end
Violence against Women and Children. Among other interventions, IOM will support the
government to develop and disseminate guidelines for the establishment and management of
Safe Centres/homes to assist victims of human trafficking and other forms of violence.
The development of this guideline that aligns with the National Plan of Action to End Violence against Women and Children in Tanzania (2017 – 2022) which aims at creating a comprehensive and integrated protection system delivering coordinated, quality and timely support to women and children affected by violence2.
Moreover, this initiative is also aligned with the National Anti‐Trafficking in Persons Action Plan (2018 ‐ 2021) which envision a nation free from trafficking in person and provides quality services to victims to achieve their full potentials. Among the strategic actions in the National Anti‐Trafficking in Persons Action Plan is to provide support to victims of trafficking through the provision of support to all registered service providers to rehabilitate shelters, to provide food, medical care, counseling, education, and vocational training, and to reunify, reintegrate and repatriate victims of trafficking.
This initiative is also designed to contribute to current efforts of the government towards
attaining SDG 3 (Good Health & Well Being), SDG 5 (Gender Equality), SDG 10 (Reduced
Inequalities), and SDG16 (Peaceful & Inclusive Societies).
Job Opportunity at International Organization for Migration (IOM)
The Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly and Children (MoHCDGEC) in
collaboration with the Ministry of Home Affairs and other implementing partners has been supporting the provision of services to the victims of trafficking including temporal shelter since the enactment of the Anti‐Trafficking in Persons’ Act without a comprehensive National Guideline. Centers that were established to serve for the victims were inadequate in terms of service provision and standards. The establishment of these centers primarily depended on the Act with its regulations.
These two documents don’t provide the basic requirement to establish and manage the center (Staffing, buildings, social and rehabilitation services, location and other prohibition). It is therefore pertinent at this time to have comprehensive National guidelines which will guide Ministries, Departments, and Agencies (MDAs) and other stakeholders in Prevention and Response to survivors of Violence against Women and Children
Tasks to be performed under this contract for Job Opportunity at International Organization for Migration (IOM)
1. Firstly, Developing an inception report detailing how the assignment will be carried on, approaches and the work plan and submit to IOM/DSW
2. Conduct Desk review to assess relevant local and international standards available in Tanzanian context as well as existing guidelines
3. Also, Facilitate Consultative meeting with key stakeholders supporting victims of trafficking and survivors of GBV and VAC
4. Facilitate Technical meetings with Technical Team
5. Develop and share Zero drafts of the Guideline
6. Pre-test of the guideline before finalization
7. Facilitate the validation (Management Meeting of the Ministry) and dissemination of the guidelines.
8. Also,Submit the final copy of the guideline Tangible and measurable output of the work assignment:
1. Inception Report
2. Work plan and budget
3. Desk review report
4. Zero drafts of the guideline
5. Stakeholder consultation Workshop reports
6. National Guideline for the Establishment and Management of Safe Homes for Victims of Trafficking and any Forms of Violence in Tanzania
7. Moreover, Delivery dates and details as to how the work must be delivered:
The consultant should be able to accomplish all stated Tasks within 34 days. The Consultant will work closely with the NPA –VAWC (Response and Support Services) Secretariat at the Department of Social Welfare. The reports will be shared to IOM and Department of Social Welfare at the Ministry of Health, Community Development, Gender, Elderly, and Children, prior to being shared with other MDAs and Stakeholders.
Performance final output for Job Opportunity at International Organization for Migration (IOM)
The Consultant should have proven practical experience in facilitating the development of the guidelines at a national scale.
- Firstly, Satisfactory completion of tasks
- Secondly, Quality of the elaborated analysis;
- Thirdly, Timely delivery of outlines and/or drafts as indicated in point 5 and the final draft;
- Compliance with IOM House style Guidelines;
- Lastly, Delivery of any other tasks indicated above.
Skills and Qualifications for Job Opportunity at International Organization for Migration (IOM)
- Firstly, Extensive experience in developing guidelines related to human trafficking, Gender-based violence, and child welfare and protection.
- Secondly, Prior experience as a lead consultant in guidelines development.
- Thirdly, Postgraduate degree in social welfare, social policy, and other related fields.
- Fourthly, Demonstrated an understanding of services needed to victims of trafficking and survivors of GBV and VAC
- Moreover, Strong analytical and conceptual skills
- Also, Demonstrated an ability to meet deadlines
- Excellent communication skills as well as fluency in English.
- Lastly, Knowledge of Kiswahili desired
How to apply for Job Opportunity at International Organization for Migration (IOM)
Interested candidates should fill in the PH form, submit CV’s and cover letter indicating Ref number with 3 professional references and contacts to [email protected] Or send applications to the address below; International Organization for Migration Mission in the United Republic of Tanzania Slipway Road, off Chole Road, Plot # 1365 Msasani. PO Box 9270 Dar es Salaam, Tanzania.
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