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Job Title: Individual Consultant -Child Protection Expert (Birth Registration and CRVS), Dar es Salaam (1) 
Job Number: 526953 | 
Locations: Africa: Tanzania,Uni.Re
Work Type : Consultancy
UNICEF works in some of the world’s toughest places, to reach the world’s most disadvantaged children. To save their lives. To defend their rights. To help them fulfill their potential.
Across 190 countries and territories, we work for every child, everywhere, every day, to build a better world for everyone.
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The consultant based in Dar es Salaam will help in the launch and roll-out the gender-responsive simplified birth registration system in five regions, viz., Morogoro, Pwani, Ruvuma, Kilimanjaro, and Tanga. In all, the consultant will be required to engage with more than 40 Councils on a sustained basis. The consultant is required to facilitate RITA and the LGAs in planning for the launch and roll-out, conducting the baseline surveys, TOTs, preparing for the launch and roll-out, campaign to clear the backlog, setting up of the system for registering the newborns, monitoring and supervision, conduct of evaluation meetings, and integrating the birth registration system into the routine work of the Councils for sustainability in these four regions.
Tasks Activities Deliverables Payment schedule
Under supervision and guidance of the UNICEF Specialist (BR), support the launch and roll-out of the gender-responsive and equity-based simplified birth registration system in Morogoro, Pwani, Ruvuma, Kilimanjaro, and Tanga regions.
Morogoro and Pwani:

(i) Work Plan and Baseline survey;
(ii)   TOT (National); TOT (Regional); Training of RAs
(iii) Launch; Campaign to clear the backlog; roll-out of the system for newborns;
(iv)  Monitoring and supervision; evaluation meetings;

Ruvuma:
(v)   Work Plan and Baseline survey;

(vi)  TOT (National); TOT (Regional); Training of RAs
(vii)          Launch; Campaign to clear the backlog; roll-out of the system for newborns;
(viii)        Monitoring and supervision; evaluation meetings;
routine work

Kilimanjaro, and Tanga:
(ix)  Work Plan and Baseline survey;

(x)   TOT (National); TOT (Regional); Training of RAs
(xi)  Launch; Campaign to clear the backlog; roll-out of the system for newborns;
(xii)          Monitoring and supervision; evaluation meetings;
routine work



(I)Work plan and baseline survey reports


(ii) Training reports

(iii) Report


(iv) M&E report

(v) Work plan and baseline survey reports


(vi)Training reports


(vii)Reports




(viii)  M&E reports




(ix)Work plan and baseline survey reports

(x) Training reports

(xi) Reports



(xii)   M&E reports



10% on completion of (i)




20% on completion of (ii) and (iii)












20% on completion of (iv), (v), (vi), and (vii)












20% on completion of (viii), (ix), (x)





30% on completion of (xi) and (xii)

Methodology
The consultants will work in close coordination with the RITA team, the LGAs, PORALG, the National Bureau of Statistics, and the Ministry of Health. The consultants will report to the Child Protection Specialist (Birth Registration and CRVS) under the overall supervision of the Chief, Child Protection.

Reporting
Reporting will be done in the following way:
  1. Monthly reports- focusing on progress on implementation
  2. Quarterly progress reports
  3. End of contract report
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To qualify as an advocate for every child you will have…
  • University degree, preferably in Statistics, Demography, Law, Economics, Social Science, and other relevant fields.
  • Minimum four years of professional work experience at national and international levels in the area of Programme Management including Monitoring and Evaluation
  • Candidates having worked on the decentralized birth registration and death registration system will have an added advantage.
  • Basic knowledge of birth registration and civil registration and vital statistics in Tanzania
  • Proven track record in providing technical assistance to the Government
  • Excellent writing skills in English with proven ability to produce quality reports
  • Fluency in English and the local working language
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General Conditions:
  • Consultants will work from Dar es Salaam, Dodoma, and Iringa with frequent travels to the regions and councils as mentioned in the respective sections on Specific Tasks/Expected Deliverables/Payment Schedule.
  • Consultants will have to travel for about 15 days in a month on average.
  • Consultants will be reimbursed for public transport and air travel. For using air travel, they will have to seek approval in advance. Consultants will have to submit the receipts/tickets and boarding passes by the end of every month for reimbursement/settlement.
  • Consultants will be provided sitting space at UNICEF offices or government offices at their respective duty stations.
  • Consultants will have to bring their own laptops.
  • The duration of this consultancy will be 11 months .
Payment will be done as per the payment schedule on completion of respective deliverables as mentioned in the section on Specific Tasks/Expected Deliverables/Payment Schedule
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UNICEF is committed to diversity and inclusion within its workforce, and encourages all candidates, irrespective of gender, nationality, religious and ethnic backgrounds, including persons living with disabilities, to apply to become a part of the organization.

UNICEF has a zero-tolerance policy on conduct that is incompatible with the aims and objectives of the United Nations and UNICEF, including sexual exploitation and abuse, sexual harassment, abuse of authority and discrimination. UNICEF also adheres to strict child safeguarding principles. All selected candidates will, therefore, undergo rigorous reference and background checks, and will be expected to adhere to these standards and principles.  
Opening Date Wed Oct 16 2019 09:00:00 GMT+0300 (East Africa Time) E. Africa Standard Time
Closing Date Wed Oct 23 2019 23:55:00 GMT+0300 (East Africa Time)