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Terms of Reference for an expert in youth reproductive health to develop materials and conduct awareness trainings for adolescents at 6 villages

Terms of Reference
for an expert in youth reproductive health

to develop materials and conduct awareness trainings for adolescents at 6 villages

 

Stateless/Ethnic Minority Health and Integration Project (SHIP), Chiang Rai Province, Thailand  

  

ADRA Thailand

 

1. Background

 

ADRA Thailand is a humanitarian organization delivering relief and assistance to people in need across Thailand. With a physical presence in six provinces, our work focuses on areas such as human trafficking, human rights, education, livelihoods and health. ADRA works with people in poverty and distress to create just and positive change through empowering partnerships and responsible actions.

 

The Stateless/Ethnic Minority Health and Integration Project(SHIP) is designed to respond to the needs of remote target villages which are home to a sizeable stateless population within a wider minority tribal population. Adolescent girls have a high rate of pregnancy. Impoverished grandparents take on childcare responsibilities along with low-paying livelihoods, while youth migrate to the cities. This complex situation leads to a high probability for poverty/trafficking vulnerability. Poverty is exacerbated by remoteness which limits access to health services and increases the expense for medical or preventive health related transport. Village residents rely on limited services, often medicating themselves with inappropriate and expensive pharmaceuticals and forgo important basic and preventive Maternal and Child Health (MCH) services and care. Building on the gains from the work of the Protection Against Trafficking in Hill tribe Communities (PATH) particularly in the villages of Mae Kham Noi, Pong Hi and Hua Kra which are among the target communities, the project focuses primarily on improving childcare and increased basic health care services as well as sensitization on child rights, trafficking and statelessness.

 

The project is made possible with funding through the foundations Else Kröner-Fresenius-Stiftung and Stiftung Kinderzukunft and joint collaboration with the Sub-District Administration Office and the Health Promotion Centres.

2. Project Objective

SHIP’s overall objective is to contribute to improved resilience of poor ethnic minorities in rural Chiang Rai Province to child/human trafficking through improved health conditions. The project specific objective is to improve the health conditions of poor ethnic minority villager from six marginalized hill tribe communities in Chiang Rai Province.

 

3. Purpose of the assignment

An expert on youth reproductive health will be contracted to develop materials and conduct awareness training for adolescents at 6 village’s ages from 11 to 17. 50 adolescents per village and one time per villages.

4. Results of Service

  • An inception report including a proposed workplan for the execution of the assignment and methodology

  • Develop training manual and associated materials such as activities, reference materials, notes, handouts etc., in formats ready for delivery either in person or virtually given the COVID-19 situation.

  • Delivery of training to 6 target communities.

  • A final, comprehensive report at the end of delivery of the training in Thai and English.

5. Timeline

The expert is required to deliver the said results between September and the 15th of November 2021.

6. Qualification and experience of the consultant

The consultant should have the following qualification and experience:

Proven writing skills

  • Experience in youth reproductive health

  • Experience in conducting trainings for adolescents

  • Experience in design and implementation of training materials preferably with a focus on adolescents and youth.

  • Previous experience working with community-based groups.

 

7. How to Apply

In the subject line of the e-mail, please write “Terms of Reference for expert in youth reproductive health to develop materials and conduct awareness training for adolescents”. Please include

Consultant CV including past achievements

Introduction letter including a brief overview of the assignment as understood by applicant

Detailed itemized budget and price justification

Detailed itemized work plan including timeframes for delivery of all works

 

Prospective consultants should submit a written proposal to hr@adrathailand.org by 5:00 pm Thailand time on 28 September 2021. Only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

 

Contact : hr@adrathailand.org


ที่ปรึกษา / Consultantเจ้าหน้าที่ภาคสนาม / Field officerนักวิจัย / Researcher

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