Psycho social Support for GBV Survivors – UN

  • Anywhere

Scope of Work and Deliverables:

The consultant’s main deliverables are:

  • The consultant shall provide 244 SGBV survivors with individual psychosocial support/ counseling (The target is to be divided between Alexandria and Cairo). Exceptional cases could be considered to receive additional sessions after consultation with CARE’s project advisor.
  • Professional psychiatrists and counselors are expected to hold 6 to 8 physical individual sessions with each SGBV survivor in accordance with his/ her needs; where the session duration ranges from 45 to 60 minutes with the provision of an average of 30 hours per week, which reveals 120 hours/ month; with maximum 8 sessions per day for each psychologist.
  • The previously mentioned sessions for adults and children are to be delivered in the form of one-to one/ individual session. The consultant will determine this upon actual needs and in coordination with CARE’s project advisor
  • The consultant shall provide pre- and post-surveys measuring the change in survivors’ wellbeing. Pre and post-surveys should be approved by CARE before conducting individual counseling.
  • Generate monthly reports and case studies. Reports must include updates and progress on each individual case handled by the consultant. Reports must include individual results of pre and post-surveys conducted, measuring the change in survivors’ psychosocial well-being.
  • Documenting the psychosocial session progress, including client history, therapeutic objectives, and interventions, through a preset file system by either the consultant with CARE.
  • Schedule appointments with survivors upon referrals received from Case Management Supervisors and follow attendance of assigned cases.
  • Provide attendance sheets for beneficiaries and the consultants providing the sessions.
  • The capacity to request the psychologist to attend psychological sessions outside of their premises. EX: at CARE’s or friendly spaces or home visits for extremely vulnerable cases which is determined by the case manager.
  • Send Technical and financial offer for 244 cases and for 195 cases.

Duties and Responsibilities

  • Meeting with the project team to discuss and agree on the content of the sessions and refine the work plan for the execution of the assignment with CARE’s internal psychologists.
  • Generate detailed report on each case including the pre- and post-tests’ analysis.
  • Attend a monthly meeting with CARE Case Management Supervisor, Project Manager, and M&E unit.
  • Respect and ensure the privacy of all beneficiaries, and maintain a non-discriminatory attitude at all times regardless of ethnicity, religious beliefs, sexual orientation, and political affiliation.

Response PSS TOR

An Electronic invoice is required Deadline for sending the technical and financial proposal 21 April، 2024 Prior 5 pm.; submission is only accepted via using the below form.

Psycho social Support for GBV Survivors - UNHCR

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