Monday, February 15, 2016

Plan International Indonesia Job Vacancy : Local Consultant to Finalize CRSA Report

Plan International Indonesia

Terms of Reference
Local Consultant to Finalize CRSA Report
For CSP4 Development of
Plan International Indonesia

Background to the Country Strategic Plan

Plan International Indonesia is approaching the end period of its CSP3 (2013-2017) and currently is preparing the process for developing its next five-year strategic plan of 2018-2022.  Plan International Indonesia has decided to get support from local consultants in developing its CSP4, in particular for generating knowledge from strategic review and identifying core children’s rights issues through Children’s Rights Situation Analysis (CRSA). The consultant will assist Plan Indonesia to finalize draft of CRSA report.  

Scope of work

CRSA aims to analyze the situation of children in Indonesia, at national and local contexts, from a child rights perspective. CRSA will identify gaps in, or risks to children’s rights and which children are most affected (among others due to poverty, gender and disability), and analyze the causes of the gaps and the risks at household, community, local and national levels.  To complement, CRSA will assess recent trends in resource availability, both financial and non-financial resources and considering the implications of this in making strategic choices.
Maximum 20 pages (excluding annexes) of CRSA report in English, summarizing the situation analysis, covering macro level analysis of the political, economic, social, environment and cultural context of Indonesia and identification of key factors (including resources) that will shape Plan Indonesia’s strategic choices.
The CRSA will be done by conducting desk review and a series of stakeholder consultation, complimentary with key findings generated from work streams, done by Plan Indonesia. The process will involve Plan’s communities, governments, NGOs, INGOs, and other relevant stakeholders. Plan provide opportunities for children and young people to raise their concerns through consultation led by Plan’s youth volunteers. The consultant is expected to collate and finalize CRSA draft report based on results of those processes.
The findings will be consulted in 2 steps, i.e. pre-CRSA and CRSA workshops. The pre-CRSA workshop will be conducted simultaneously with the pre-LL workshop.

Summary of consultant’s roles

The consultant will produce reports on CRSA. Below is the matrix of consultant/s’ roles:
(1) join the internal review and consultation as required
(2) attend the pre CRSA and CRSA validation workshops
(3) Write full documentation & report on CRSA (including executive summary, methods & findings) to be used for CRSA pre & CRSA workshops, based on pieces of information supplied by Plan Indonesia
 (4) revise the CRSA draft report, based on input provided by Plan and CSP’s consultant
Approved draft CRSA report to be completed NLT 15 April’16
The consultant/s will join the following schedules:
Pre CRSA workshop
9-13 May 2016
CRSA workshop
8 – 10 June 2016


The applicant has to submit a proposal to Plan Indonesia that covers proposed consultancy fee and detailed steps to meet the deadline and description on applicant’s background and familiarity with children-rights based approach.
Requirements of the consultant for CRSA:
  • Advanced university degree in a relevant field of social sciences
  • Ability to synthesize large amounts of information combining quantitative and qualitative data
  • Profound knowledge of human rights based approach to programming
  • Understanding and knowledge of socio-economic and political context of Indonesia
  • Excellent written English

How to apply
Applicant may apply for individual assignment, strategic review only or CRSA only, or both. To apply, submit proposal describing methodology, timeline, consultancy fee, CV and sample of previous report/s written by the applicant, to and cc, NLT 20 February 2016.
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