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ToR for Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Training

ToR for Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Training

1. Executive Summary

 

Request from:

ADRA Thailand

Type of Training:

Monitoring and Evaluation Training

Type of Program:

Migrant Right Advocacy

Agreement Symbol

CSO-LA/2019/412-540

Funding Source

The European Union

Project title:

CSO Development for the Promotion and Advancement of Migrant Rights

Project duration:

36 months

Overall Project Objective:

Increase social and economic equality of marginalised and vulnerable migrant workers in the greater Mae Sot area, Thailand.

Specific Project Objectives:

Strengthen capacity of local CSOs to effectively advocate for improvements in labour/human rights and working conditions for vulnerable migrant workers in greater Mae Sot, Thailand.

Objective of Monitoring and Evaluation Training:

The main objective of this Monitoring and Evaluation Training is: a) to enable CSO partners to have a deeper understanding about the M&E framework; b) to enable the CSO partners to use M&E tools to collect, manage, analyze, and report data.

Approach of the Training

Participatory

Target Group for Training

Three sub-granting CSO partners and other associate CSO partners

Period of Consultancy

October to December 2021

Expected completion date: (Training report)

Middle December 2021

 

Background to the Project

 

In January 2020, Adventist Development and Relief Agency (ADRA) and Human Right Development Foundation (HRDF) started a 36-month Project entitled CSO Development for the Promotion and Advancement for Migrant Rights funded by the European Union that aimed at increasing social and economic equality of marginalised and vulnerable migrant workers in the greater Mae Sot area, Thailand. The project targets 5,000 migrant workers in greater Mae Sot, Thailand.

Thailand is a main receiving country in ASEAN hosting approximately 2 million registered migrant workers.1 In this regard, it is assumed that 80% of them are Myanmar migrant. Considering the number of female migrants, women migrant workers make up a significant proportion for approximately 50% of total migrant population.2 In Tak province, Mae Sot and Phob Pra districts are common destination for Myanmar migrants due to flexibility of border management and the impact of Special Economic Zone that create high demand of labour as well as the growth of agricultural sector. In Mae Sot, there are approximately 375 manufacturing factories locating in the district and it is seen as a pull-factor for migrants to come and seek better economic opportunities. However, migrant workers in the target areas are often encounter with different forms of exploitation and human rights violations, such as limited access to basic social protection and being exploited by employers and officials.3 Moreover, the agricultural sector in Phop Phra is considered as one of the most dangerous industries for health and safety and it is expected to employ a significant number of child labour.

The major problems facing Burmese migrant workers include: (i) the necessary legislation, policy, and enforcement required to ensure more rights, freedoms and protection from exploitation for migrant workers, are not currently in place. Under Thai laws, migrant workers are not allowed to form labour unions, therefore, they have limited capacity in voicing their concerns. Further, although there has been some law reform to increase protection of migrant workers, enforcement remains at a low level. (ii) Lack of capacity of CSOs to engage in the dialogue process at national level, language barriers, limited resources and travel restrictions, are among major factors that limit the ability of CSOs to engage directly. (iii) Occupational health and safety is another issue affecting migrants, where injuries could be prevented through more effective regulation of the workplace. Migrant workers often encounter with ‘3 D-jobs’, Dangerous, Dirty, and Difficult, making this group highly susceptible to injury. The major health concerns of migrant workers include skeletal or muscular illnesses due to heavy workloads and poor occupational health and safety standards.

It is envisaged that these identified problems will be tackled through the “CSO Development for the Promotion and Advancement of Migrant Rights” project. The stated objective will be achieved by three expected results described below:

  • Result 1: Improved awareness of and adherence to labour laws among target employers and migrant workers;

  • Result 2: Enhanced CSO capacity to engage in policy dialogue platforms and networks for migrant rights and advocacy and;

  • Result 3: Strengthened collaboration between CSOs, local authorities, and private sector to bring about improved labour/human rights for migrant workers.

 

 

 

 

 

Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Training

 

The individual trainer or the training team will undertake the following activity proposed by the project under Result 2:

 

[2.2] Provide operational and technical support to three sub-granting CSO partners.

 

The project will organize various organizational and management capacity building workshops to improve the management and operational capacities of the CSO partners.

 

Training Topics M&E Training

 

By the end of the workshop, it is expected that participants will have knowledge and skills on the following topics:

1. Purpose and scope of an M&E system

2. M&E principles and skills, and how to use M&E data for reporting and tracking project performance

3. M&E tools

4. Planning for data collection, management, and analysis

5. Planning for data reporting and use, as well as data sharing beyond project staff

6. Integrated M&E to ICT focus for ADRA, HRDF/LLC, 3 Sub-grants, and CSOs Associated Partners who are capabability to use the ICT.

 

Keys Tasks of the Trainer or Training Team

 

The lead trainer will conduct the M&E trainings by performing the following tasks:

  • Analyze the capacity assessment result related to M&E part (OD capacity assessment result related to M&E will be provided by ADRA).

  • Develop the training agenda, lesson plan, and training materials such as presentation in power point and training exercises in Thai or Burmese or English version

  • The trainer shall participate in the meeting with the ADRA team and Co-facilitator team before, during the training (if needed), and debrief meeting.

  • Develop training evaluation tools (e.g. pre-post tests)

  • Organize a three-day training in November 2021 including: 2 days M&E training and 1 day M&E integrated into ICT.

  • Produce M&E Training report in English at the end of the training

 

Timeframe of the Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Training

 

The training materials should be developed by the trainer team in middle of October 2021 and expected the training materials in English will deliver to ADRA by the end of October for translation. The M&E Training is scheduled to take place in the second or third week of November 2021. The M&E tools will be delivered by the trainer team during the three-days training for CSO participants and the training report will be submitted to ADRA by the middle of December 2021. The total payable working days for training team are no more than 10 days.

 

Background of the M&E Trainer

 

At least 3 years’ of M&E experience

Concrete knowledge on M&E concepts and principles

Experience in working with migrant communities considered beneficial

Experience in conducting M&E training with CSOs or CBOs in Mae Sot, Tak Province considered a plus

Able to deliver trainings in Burmese language is a plus

Strong English speaking and writing abilities

Ability to develop M&E tools for CSOs and CBO training participants

Ability to collaborate with ADRA and project partners to providing training before, during and after the training.

 

Submission of application

Applications should be submitted no later than 17 October 2021. The successful candidate will be contacted by the Selection Committee within 7 days after the application deadline.

 

Applications in the English language, including i) a resume of not more than 3 pages; ii) a cover letter; iii) a brief proposal to describe how trainings will be carried out; iv) a draft budget outlines consultant fees and associate costs should be submitted by email to jaruwan@adrathailand.org cc to thitirat@adrathailand.org

 

Contact : jaruwan@adrathailand.org


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