DEVELOPMENT OF THE EASTERN AFRICA RESOURCE MOBILISATION STRATEGY 2023-2025 239 views0 applications


TERMS OF REFERENCE

DEVELOPMENT OF THE EASTERN AFRICA RESOURCE MOBILISATION STRATEGY 2023-2025

  1. Background

Terre des Hommes Netherlands (TdH NL) is an international non-governmental organisation committed to stopping child exploitation. Our mission is to protect children by preventing and stopping child exploitation, and by empowering children to make their voices count. Our vision is that children can flourish in a world free of all forms of exploitation.

Our vision and mission are inspired and guided by international human rights instruments and standards, in particular, the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC), the Council of Europe’s Lanzarote Convention, the International Labour Organisation Conventions, and support the achievement of the SDGs Goals 5, 8 and 16.

In Africa, Terre des Hommes Netherlands works in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Ethiopia and Madagascar. We work with communities, government, private sector, civil society organisations and children themselves, at the centre, to address systemic and structural drivers that expose children to exploitation. We work with the consciousness that exploitation is often exacerbated by emergencies. For this reason, we provide humanitarian assistance to reduce the risks that push children into exploitation during emergencies, while working with other stakeholders to protect them. We remain committed to working in other geographical locations across Africa where child exploitation issues may arise.

In 2022, Terre des Hommes Netherlands launched its 2023-2030 Listen up! Strategy with the aim of creating systemic change that addresses the root causes of child exploitation. We will achieve this by empowering children and their communities, connecting them with those who have power to enact change, engaging in lobby & advocacy campaigns, working with partners to build resilience of children, families and communities and utilising our knowledge and expertise to co-create sustainable, evidence-based solutions.

To realise our strategic ambition, we will work towards achieving four main outcomes outlined in our Theory of Change; 1). Children are empowered, have access to and utilise spaces where they feel safe and their voices are heard, 2). Communities address sociocultural norms and other factors leading to child exploitation, and put in place structures that support children, 3). Duty bearers actively create spaces where children can be heard and contribute to coordinated action that prevents and responds to exploitation of children, 4). Professional bodies, intergovernmental organisations and human rights accountability mechanisms ensure that duty bearers effectively fulfil their commitments and obligations to protect children from exploitation.

Every plan we make and action we take in the next 7 years will uphold our core principles. Guided by our Theory of Change and new strategy, we believe that together, will create a better world where children can thrive and realise their full potential in societies free from all forms of exploitation.

  1. Purpose and justification of the consultancy assignment

Terre des Hommes Netherlands has, for the past one year, developed a strategic direction that defines how TdH NL and partners can address systemic drivers of child exploitation. Building on the accrued successes and lessons learnt, we intend to establish a resilient funding base to support our programme development work and implementation of life-changing programmes. To this end, we are seeking the services of a consultant to undertake the development of our resource mobilisation strategy 2023-2025. The strategy is geared towards aligning our resource mobilisation efforts to our new strategy, prioritised programmes and the changing donor context and trends. We envisage that these efforts will also promote funding stability for the country projects and operational costs over the next three years.

  1. Objectives of the assignment

i) To complete a donor trends research and analysis to determine TdH NLś East Africa regional resource mobilisation direction for the next three years.

ii) To undertake donor mapping for the Eastern African regions focusing on specifically Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Ethiopia and Madagascar and present a list of priority target donors (government, trusts and foundations, private sector, other funding channels) for the region.

iii) To write a resource mobilisation strategy clearly depicting resource mobilisation targets, priority donors and funding streams, strategies for mobilising resources from each funding stream and a monitoring plan including team responsibilities and actions.

  1. Duration of the assignment

45 days from the date of commencement

  1. Methodology

The assignment will utilize methodologies that unckude but are not limited to the following to gather the information needed for development of the resource mobilisation strategy:

  1. Secondary Data collection: This will take the form of a literature review drawing from the current resource mobilisation strategy document, Current TdH NL country donor maps and funding targets, TdH NL new strategy 2023-2030 and the regional strategic plan, TdH NL country annual plans and programme documents, success stories from what other successful NGOs and INGOs have done, recommendations from robust fundraising literature, donor strategic documents for the Africa region and necessary global links, and plans for eastern Africa among others.
  2. Primary data collection: This will be done through a number of methodologies that will enhance optimal internal and where need be, external consultation. Some of the proposed methodologies will include but are not limited to:
  • A SWOT analysis to understand the resourcing context within and outside of the organisation and the opportunities that the Africa region can take advantage of to grow its portfolio.
  • Individual interviews with country managers to understand country project portfolios and ambitions regarding resource mobilizations, the available opportunities, partnerships forged or envisioned and contacts made.
  • Key Informant interviews with selected donor contacts and partners where possible
  • Group discussions with specific programme teams aligned to specific country programmes or if necessary, global programmes.
  1. A workshop to validate all information gathered and confirm missing information.
  2. Expected Deliverables
  • Inception report
  • Country donor research and partner alignment, alignment with country programmes and TdH strategy 2023-2030
  • Country donor maps
  • Draft 1 Regional strategy RM for review
  • Final draft Regional RM strategy
  1. Qualification of the consultant
  • An advanced university degree in Social Sciences, Research & Development, Planning, Business Administration, Communication, or a related field
  • In-depth knowledge and understanding of child rights, child protection policies in the Eastern African region, key development priorities and initiatives preferably in the prioritised countries by TdH NL particularly on Advocacy on policy and practice.
  • Proven experience in the development sector, preferably in fundraising and partnership, particularly in the development of resource mobilisation strategies.
  • Excellent knowledge of key donors focused on Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Good research, analytical, coherent, clear documentation/writing skills
  • Good organisation, planning, communication and facilitation skills
  • Good communication in English and/or French, Bilingual (French and English) is an added Advantage

Prospective consultants or consulting firms may express their interest to carry out this assignment by applying to TdH NL East Africa Regional Office, with the following information and documents:

  • Cover letter expressing interest, include at least 3 referees of similar work done in the last 2 years, provide a statement of availability and commitment to undertake and complete the consultancy (not more than 2 pages).
  • A brief outline (technical proposal) on how the consultant intends to carry out the assignment and achieve the desired results including a 45- day workplan.
  • CVs showing the qualifications and experience of the individual(s) who will undertake the consultancy.
  • MUST attach two samples of similar products developed.

The complete application should be addressed to: TdH NL East Africa Regional Office at: [email protected] copying [email protected] with the subject ¨TdH NL EA RESOURCE MOBILIZATION STRATEGY¨ to be received by 9th December 2022.

9. Budget

Terre des Hommes Netherlands East Africa regional office will cover all costs related to the activity.

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Terre des hommes, also Terre des Hommes (Land of People, literally, Land of Men) is an international children's rights charitable humanitarian umbrella organization under the aegis of the International Federation of Terre des Hommes (TDHIF), with independent organizations in Canada, Denmark, France, Germany, Italy, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Switzerland, Spain, and Syria. It was founded in 1960 by Edmond Kaiser in Lausanne, Switzerland.

The organization is named after Antoine de Saint-Exupéry's 1939 philosophical memoir "Terre des hommes" (English title: Wind, Sand and Stars). An important part of the TDHIF's work is as a consultant to the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC). Promoting the Convention on the Rights of a Child is an important activity of Tdh. Advocating for children’s rights, defending them, and spreading information are tasks which Terre des Hommes – to the aid of children considers a priority.

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TERMS OF REFERENCE

DEVELOPMENT OF THE EASTERN AFRICA RESOURCE MOBILISATION STRATEGY 2023-2025

  1. Background

Terre des Hommes Netherlands (TdH NL) is an international non-governmental organisation committed to stopping child exploitation. Our mission is to protect children by preventing and stopping child exploitation, and by empowering children to make their voices count. Our vision is that children can flourish in a world free of all forms of exploitation.

Our vision and mission are inspired and guided by international human rights instruments and standards, in particular, the United Nations Convention on the Rights of the Child (UNCRC), the Council of Europe's Lanzarote Convention, the International Labour Organisation Conventions, and support the achievement of the SDGs Goals 5, 8 and 16.

In Africa, Terre des Hommes Netherlands works in Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Ethiopia and Madagascar. We work with communities, government, private sector, civil society organisations and children themselves, at the centre, to address systemic and structural drivers that expose children to exploitation. We work with the consciousness that exploitation is often exacerbated by emergencies. For this reason, we provide humanitarian assistance to reduce the risks that push children into exploitation during emergencies, while working with other stakeholders to protect them. We remain committed to working in other geographical locations across Africa where child exploitation issues may arise.

In 2022, Terre des Hommes Netherlands launched its 2023-2030 Listen up! Strategy with the aim of creating systemic change that addresses the root causes of child exploitation. We will achieve this by empowering children and their communities, connecting them with those who have power to enact change, engaging in lobby & advocacy campaigns, working with partners to build resilience of children, families and communities and utilising our knowledge and expertise to co-create sustainable, evidence-based solutions.

To realise our strategic ambition, we will work towards achieving four main outcomes outlined in our Theory of Change; 1). Children are empowered, have access to and utilise spaces where they feel safe and their voices are heard, 2). Communities address sociocultural norms and other factors leading to child exploitation, and put in place structures that support children, 3). Duty bearers actively create spaces where children can be heard and contribute to coordinated action that prevents and responds to exploitation of children, 4). Professional bodies, intergovernmental organisations and human rights accountability mechanisms ensure that duty bearers effectively fulfil their commitments and obligations to protect children from exploitation.

Every plan we make and action we take in the next 7 years will uphold our core principles. Guided by our Theory of Change and new strategy, we believe that together, will create a better world where children can thrive and realise their full potential in societies free from all forms of exploitation.

  1. Purpose and justification of the consultancy assignment

Terre des Hommes Netherlands has, for the past one year, developed a strategic direction that defines how TdH NL and partners can address systemic drivers of child exploitation. Building on the accrued successes and lessons learnt, we intend to establish a resilient funding base to support our programme development work and implementation of life-changing programmes. To this end, we are seeking the services of a consultant to undertake the development of our resource mobilisation strategy 2023-2025. The strategy is geared towards aligning our resource mobilisation efforts to our new strategy, prioritised programmes and the changing donor context and trends. We envisage that these efforts will also promote funding stability for the country projects and operational costs over the next three years.

  1. Objectives of the assignment

i) To complete a donor trends research and analysis to determine TdH NLś East Africa regional resource mobilisation direction for the next three years.

ii) To undertake donor mapping for the Eastern African regions focusing on specifically Kenya, Uganda, Tanzania, Ethiopia and Madagascar and present a list of priority target donors (government, trusts and foundations, private sector, other funding channels) for the region.

iii) To write a resource mobilisation strategy clearly depicting resource mobilisation targets, priority donors and funding streams, strategies for mobilising resources from each funding stream and a monitoring plan including team responsibilities and actions.

  1. Duration of the assignment

45 days from the date of commencement

  1. Methodology

The assignment will utilize methodologies that unckude but are not limited to the following to gather the information needed for development of the resource mobilisation strategy:

  1. Secondary Data collection: This will take the form of a literature review drawing from the current resource mobilisation strategy document, Current TdH NL country donor maps and funding targets, TdH NL new strategy 2023-2030 and the regional strategic plan, TdH NL country annual plans and programme documents, success stories from what other successful NGOs and INGOs have done, recommendations from robust fundraising literature, donor strategic documents for the Africa region and necessary global links, and plans for eastern Africa among others.
  2. Primary data collection: This will be done through a number of methodologies that will enhance optimal internal and where need be, external consultation. Some of the proposed methodologies will include but are not limited to:
  • A SWOT analysis to understand the resourcing context within and outside of the organisation and the opportunities that the Africa region can take advantage of to grow its portfolio.
  • Individual interviews with country managers to understand country project portfolios and ambitions regarding resource mobilizations, the available opportunities, partnerships forged or envisioned and contacts made.
  • Key Informant interviews with selected donor contacts and partners where possible
  • Group discussions with specific programme teams aligned to specific country programmes or if necessary, global programmes.
  1. A workshop to validate all information gathered and confirm missing information.
  2. Expected Deliverables
  • Inception report
  • Country donor research and partner alignment, alignment with country programmes and TdH strategy 2023-2030
  • Country donor maps
  • Draft 1 Regional strategy RM for review
  • Final draft Regional RM strategy
  1. Qualification of the consultant
  • An advanced university degree in Social Sciences, Research & Development, Planning, Business Administration, Communication, or a related field
  • In-depth knowledge and understanding of child rights, child protection policies in the Eastern African region, key development priorities and initiatives preferably in the prioritised countries by TdH NL particularly on Advocacy on policy and practice.
  • Proven experience in the development sector, preferably in fundraising and partnership, particularly in the development of resource mobilisation strategies.
  • Excellent knowledge of key donors focused on Sub-Saharan Africa
  • Good research, analytical, coherent, clear documentation/writing skills
  • Good organisation, planning, communication and facilitation skills
  • Good communication in English and/or French, Bilingual (French and English) is an added Advantage

Prospective consultants or consulting firms may express their interest to carry out this assignment by applying to TdH NL East Africa Regional Office, with the following information and documents:

  • Cover letter expressing interest, include at least 3 referees of similar work done in the last 2 years, provide a statement of availability and commitment to undertake and complete the consultancy (not more than 2 pages).
  • A brief outline (technical proposal) on how the consultant intends to carry out the assignment and achieve the desired results including a 45- day workplan.
  • CVs showing the qualifications and experience of the individual(s) who will undertake the consultancy.
  • MUST attach two samples of similar products developed.

The complete application should be addressed to: TdH NL East Africa Regional Office at: [email protected] copying [email protected] with the subject ¨TdH NL EA RESOURCE MOBILIZATION STRATEGY¨ to be received by 9th December 2022.

9. Budget

Terre des Hommes Netherlands East Africa regional office will cover all costs related to the activity.

2022-12-10

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