DEVELOPMENT OF SOPs, TRAINING CONTENT AND PACKAGES FOR INTER-DISCIPLINARY CASE MANAGEMENT AND COORDINATION OF CSEC CASES 79 views1 applications


Background Information

International Justice Mission is a global organization that protects people in poverty from violence. IJM partners with local authorities in 21 program offices in 14 countries to combat slavery, violence against women and children, and other forms of abuse against people who are poor. IJM works to rescue and restore victims, hold perpetrators accountable, and help strengthen public justice systems.

Together with partners, IJM collaborates with local authorities to strengthen justice systems, and build communities where all people can expect to be safe and protected. As justice systems serve survivors and hold criminals accountable, potential perpetrators realize they cannot abuse and exploit people without consequence—creating a powerful deterrent. Vulnerable people are protected in places where violence was once common.

Description of the Project

Implemented by International Justice Mission (IJM), the project aims to reduce prevalence of commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC) among targeted communities in Kilifi, Kwale, and Mombasa counties in the southern coastal region of Kenya through improving the criminal justice response to combat CSEC and through coordination with related social services. The project will strengthen the government of Kenya’s capacity to effectively investigate and prosecute CSEC through engagement with victims and communities to increase reporting and by engaging in training, mentoring, and technical assistance within the justice sector and with social service officials to promote victim-sensitive investigations, prosecutions, and case management.

Purpose of the Consultancy

The purpose of the consultancy is twofold:

  1. Develop draft standard operating procedures (SOPs) on inter-disciplinary case management and coordination of CSEC cases, for consideration and adoption of stakeholders engaged in responding to CSEC cases.
  2. Develop training content regarding inter-disciplinary case management and coordination of CSEC cases that can be used in curriculums for a training benefiting Court User Committees (CUC’s), DCS Child Protection Centers (CPC’s) and other actors, as well as for other training curriculums as needed. The content should focus on improving CSEC effective case management through the stages of a protection and prosecution case – from referral/reporting to investigations and removal from exploitation to prosecution and rehabilitation.
  3. Using the above mentioned training content, as well as other training content IJM is developing (such as psychosocial care, law enforcement and prosecution training content), produce a curriculum that can be used to train actors from the justice sector, social services and civil society from CUC’s, CPCs etc from across the region on best practice and SOPs for inter-disciplinary case management and coordination.

Scope of Work

The scope of work of this consultancy is to:

a) In consultation with IJM and relevant stakeholders, the consultant will conduct a training needs assessment to determine the areas of capacity development that the inter-disciplinary case management and coordination curriculum will address.

b) Draft new and/or harmonized SOPs for CSEC interdisciplinary case management and coordination.

c) Develop inter-disciplinary case management and coordination training content that can be used in a curriculum for this topic, as well as other related curriculums.

d) With above mentioned content, and content provided by IJM, develop training packages for training of CUC’s, CPC’s etc. The training packages should include the curriculums (facilitator guides), power points presentations, participant handouts and pre and post training assessment tools that will be used to determine whether the information has been internalized by the trainees.

e) Engage in curriculum validation meeting(s) and generate final curriculum and validation meeting report.

f) Engage in the inter-disciplinary case management and coordination trainings, including potential overall training facilitation.

g) Produce final training report.

Tasks and Deliverables

Training needs assessment,Training Needs Assessment Report – End of March 2021

Develop draft SOPs for inter-disciplinary case management and coordination, Draft SOPs – End of April 2021

Develop inter-disciplinary case management and coordination training content, Training content that can be used across multiple curriculums – Early May 2021

Develop the inter-disciplinary case management and coordination training package, One training package – Mid-May 2021

Validation of the training curriculum, Validation meeting report – End of May 2021

Facilitate and/or lead parts of 4 one day trainings (one per location) on inter-disciplinary case management and coordination in Mombasa, Kilifi and Kwale counties – Early June 2021

Produce training report after trainings are completed, One training report – Mid June 2021

Proposal Requirements

a) Outline of the content to be included in the curriculums

b) Detailed activity plan

c) Budget breakdown indicating costs, including personnel and administrative costs

d) Detailed C.V with relevant references

e) Samples of curriculums developed in the last two years

NOTE, the consultant is expected to keep all IJM content confidential and not share without IJM’s permission.

Approach

The consultant is expected to adopt a proactive approach by liaising with relevant stakeholders and creating a curriculum that will address the gaps in inter-disciplinary case management and coordination of CSEC cases.

Timeline

The expected completion date for the training content and packages is not later than 60 days from the date of signing the contract.

Expected Profile of the Consultant

The Consultant must have demonstrated a thorough knowledge of the Kenyan criminal justice system, child protection sector and social services sector. This should include knowledge of the institutions, policies, challenges and successes, preferably in Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children or Child Protection programming.

How to apply

Submission of proposal

The proposals should be emailed to [email protected] with subject heading ‘CSEC Consultancy-Case Coordination’ by 7th March 2021. Only Shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

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International Justice Mission (IJM) is an international, non-governmental 501(c)(3) tax-exempt, nonprofit, evangelical organization focused on human rights, laws and law enforcement. It is currently the world's largest anti-slavery organization.

IJM combats violence including sex trafficking, forced labor slavery, illegal property grabbing, police abuse of power, child sexual assault, and citizenship rights abuse. The bulk of IJM's work focuses on sex trafficking. The organization's participation in high-profile raids of brothels and close coordination with third world police agencies have engendered criticism from human rights and sex worker organizations over its mission and tactics.

 IJM was founded and is headquartered in Washington, DC. It has 18 field offices in Africa, Latin America, and South and Southeast Asia. IJM employs 600+ full-time staff globally.

International Justice Mission was founded as a faith-based non-profit in 1997 by lawyer Gary Haugen. For its first case, the organization helped lead to the arrest of a rape suspect in Manila, Philippines.

In 1998, IJM claimed to help rescue more than 700 people; In addition to helping clients with legal representation, Haugen decided his organization could make a bigger impact by collaborating with governments to help improve legal systems in developing countries. IJM cites the Bible verse Isaiah 1:17 as one of their core commitments.

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Background Information

International Justice Mission is a global organization that protects people in poverty from violence. IJM partners with local authorities in 21 program offices in 14 countries to combat slavery, violence against women and children, and other forms of abuse against people who are poor. IJM works to rescue and restore victims, hold perpetrators accountable, and help strengthen public justice systems.

Together with partners, IJM collaborates with local authorities to strengthen justice systems, and build communities where all people can expect to be safe and protected. As justice systems serve survivors and hold criminals accountable, potential perpetrators realize they cannot abuse and exploit people without consequence—creating a powerful deterrent. Vulnerable people are protected in places where violence was once common.

Description of the Project

Implemented by International Justice Mission (IJM), the project aims to reduce prevalence of commercial sexual exploitation of children (CSEC) among targeted communities in Kilifi, Kwale, and Mombasa counties in the southern coastal region of Kenya through improving the criminal justice response to combat CSEC and through coordination with related social services. The project will strengthen the government of Kenya’s capacity to effectively investigate and prosecute CSEC through engagement with victims and communities to increase reporting and by engaging in training, mentoring, and technical assistance within the justice sector and with social service officials to promote victim-sensitive investigations, prosecutions, and case management.

Purpose of the Consultancy

The purpose of the consultancy is twofold:

  1. Develop draft standard operating procedures (SOPs) on inter-disciplinary case management and coordination of CSEC cases, for consideration and adoption of stakeholders engaged in responding to CSEC cases.
  2. Develop training content regarding inter-disciplinary case management and coordination of CSEC cases that can be used in curriculums for a training benefiting Court User Committees (CUC’s), DCS Child Protection Centers (CPC’s) and other actors, as well as for other training curriculums as needed. The content should focus on improving CSEC effective case management through the stages of a protection and prosecution case – from referral/reporting to investigations and removal from exploitation to prosecution and rehabilitation.
  3. Using the above mentioned training content, as well as other training content IJM is developing (such as psychosocial care, law enforcement and prosecution training content), produce a curriculum that can be used to train actors from the justice sector, social services and civil society from CUC’s, CPCs etc from across the region on best practice and SOPs for inter-disciplinary case management and coordination.

Scope of Work

The scope of work of this consultancy is to:

a) In consultation with IJM and relevant stakeholders, the consultant will conduct a training needs assessment to determine the areas of capacity development that the inter-disciplinary case management and coordination curriculum will address.

b) Draft new and/or harmonized SOPs for CSEC interdisciplinary case management and coordination.

c) Develop inter-disciplinary case management and coordination training content that can be used in a curriculum for this topic, as well as other related curriculums.

d) With above mentioned content, and content provided by IJM, develop training packages for training of CUC’s, CPC’s etc. The training packages should include the curriculums (facilitator guides), power points presentations, participant handouts and pre and post training assessment tools that will be used to determine whether the information has been internalized by the trainees.

e) Engage in curriculum validation meeting(s) and generate final curriculum and validation meeting report.

f) Engage in the inter-disciplinary case management and coordination trainings, including potential overall training facilitation.

g) Produce final training report.

Tasks and Deliverables

Training needs assessment,Training Needs Assessment Report - End of March 2021

Develop draft SOPs for inter-disciplinary case management and coordination, Draft SOPs - End of April 2021

Develop inter-disciplinary case management and coordination training content, Training content that can be used across multiple curriculums - Early May 2021

Develop the inter-disciplinary case management and coordination training package, One training package - Mid-May 2021

Validation of the training curriculum, Validation meeting report - End of May 2021

Facilitate and/or lead parts of 4 one day trainings (one per location) on inter-disciplinary case management and coordination in Mombasa, Kilifi and Kwale counties - Early June 2021

Produce training report after trainings are completed, One training report - Mid June 2021

Proposal Requirements

a) Outline of the content to be included in the curriculums

b) Detailed activity plan

c) Budget breakdown indicating costs, including personnel and administrative costs

d) Detailed C.V with relevant references

e) Samples of curriculums developed in the last two years

NOTE, the consultant is expected to keep all IJM content confidential and not share without IJM’s permission.

Approach

The consultant is expected to adopt a proactive approach by liaising with relevant stakeholders and creating a curriculum that will address the gaps in inter-disciplinary case management and coordination of CSEC cases.

Timeline

The expected completion date for the training content and packages is not later than 60 days from the date of signing the contract.

Expected Profile of the Consultant

The Consultant must have demonstrated a thorough knowledge of the Kenyan criminal justice system, child protection sector and social services sector. This should include knowledge of the institutions, policies, challenges and successes, preferably in Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children or Child Protection programming.

How to apply

Submission of proposal

The proposals should be emailed to [email protected] with subject heading ‘CSEC Consultancy-Case Coordination’ by 7th March 2021. Only Shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

2021-03-08

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