CARE Egypt has been selected by UNFPA to implement a project addressing Gender Based Violence against women in Upper Egypt . This project works towards ending FGM and early marriage, and supporting survivors who experienced any types of violence, exploitation, or abuse in the areas of Assiut, Sohag, Menya and Beni Suef.
The project will contribute to the long-term impact of ”women and girls in target communities fully enjoy their lives free of the risk of FGM and early marriage’’. It seeks to address the root causes of FGM and early marriage, develop a set of interventions targeting various stakeholders. These interventions aim to raise community awareness on reproductive health and girls’ education, actively engage men and boys in the discussion against early marriage, equip a cadre of local volunteers with the knowledge and skills needed to actively participate in the efforts to reduce the prevalence of harm practices and finally, networking all efforts in organized advocacy campaigns capable to achieve more gains that give women and girls a safe environment free from harmful practices in the targeted governorates.
In order to reduce harm practices against girls and women, while focusing on FGM and early marriage in the targeted communities, this project works on agency (women and girls), relations (men and boys) and structures (advocacy for policy change).
Within this framework, CARE Egypt is looking for a consultant to develop a Volunteer Standard Operating Procedures (SoPs):
This document will be the guide for CARE and partner NGOS on best practices and procedures of recruiting, managing, developing and retaining volunteers. The document will be prepared based on lessons learned from field visits, observation of the current and previous volunteer network and focus groups, in addition to best practices previously developed.
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Deadline for sending the technical and financial proposal September 19 , 2021 (COB) submission is only accepted via using the below form