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Wednesday, February 15, 2017

BCC Consultant for SNV Indonesia

Position Title


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Behavior Change Communication Consultant

Type of Contract

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Consultancy (short term period)

Location

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Lampung Province

Maximum working day

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60 days

Contract Duration

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As soon as possible

Closing Date

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17 February 2017

1. SNV

SNV Netherlands Development Organisation is a not-for-profit international
development organization founded in the Netherlands nearly 50 years ago. It
has built a long-term, local presence in 38 of the poorest countries in
Asia, Africa and Latin America working with local partners to equip
communities, businesses and organizations with the tools, knowledge and
connections they need to increase their incomes and gain access to basic
services - empowering them to break the cycle of poverty and guide their own
development. Using market based approaches, SNV is committed to reducing
poverty by catalysing environmentally sustainable solutions for the poor in
agriculture, energy, water & sanitation, and climate change.

2. The Supporting STBM in Lampung Rural Sanitation & Hygiene Programme

By the end of 2015, still 51 million Indonesians practiced open defecation
(JMP, 2015). In that same year alone, more than 60.000 Indonesian children
died from poor sanitation related diseases, while stunting, another poor
sanitation related condition, afflicted 37% of children under 5, limiting
their physical and intellectual development for life (UNICEF, 2015). WSP
(2013) research revealed that Indonesia's poor sanitation conditions
annually cost the country 2.3% of its GDP.

To address the sanitation challenge, Indonesia's National Government
developed a specific programme promoting sanitation access country wide, the
Community Based Total Sanitation Programme, STBM in Indonesian. The STBM
programme gained additional traction with Presidential Decree (185/14) on
Sanitation Provision Acceleration that declared universal access to
sanitation as a national target to be met by 2019, eleven years ahead of the
Sustainable Development Goals deadline.

The STBM programme is a non-subsidised, behaviour change driven, community
wide sanitation approach. It promotes community-wide achievement of five
hygiene behaviours (pillars): (1) Stop open defecation, (2) Hand washing
with soap, (3) Safe handling of drinking water and food, (4) Safe management
of solid waste, (5) Safe management of domestic liquid waste.

SNV, in partnership with The Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Trade and
Development Cooperation, is supporting the Local Governments of three
Districts in the Lampung Province (Lampung Selatan, Pringsewu and Tanggamus)
to implement the STBM programme at scale and with quality. The "Supporting
STBM in Lampung Province" is focus on strengthening the capacities of local
stakeholders, including Government agencies, private sector and local CSOs
in areas such as steering of demand creation activities, development of a
sanitation market, testing of technological options for specific groups,
integration of school sanitation and proper phasing of behavioural change
communication, also for Hand Washing with Soap.

Hand Washing with Soap (HWWS) at critical times is arguably one of the most
complex behavior change challenges. According to SNV's baseline data for the
three project locations (SNV, 2014), in 2014 only 12% of the population
practiced HWWS. Though the Supporting STBM in Lampung programme was able to
increase that percentage to 35% in 2016, the programme is currently seeking
to increase the achievement to at least 50%. Out of the many strategies that
can be used to encourage HWWS, mobilizing local cultural narratives and
artistic traditions is one of the most effective and sustainable ones.

To support the delivery of the HHWS promotion component of the STBM in
Lampung programme, SNV is looking for a short term consultant, experienced
in social transformation through art and sanitation and hygiene issues.

3. Scope of Work and Outputs

In the context of the Rural Sanitation programme "Supporting STBM in Lampung
Province", the short term consultancy position entails the following
responsibilities:

Responsibilities

1) Design a sustainable intervention strategy to promote HHWS that is
embedded in the traditional narratives and cultural expressions of the
populations of Lampung Selatan and Pringsewu and based on scientifically
acknowledged triggers for behavior change

2) Manage and oversee the implementation of the HHWS strategy,
including train and guide relevant stakeholders in the process (cultural
groups, community leaders, LG staff) and results monitoring for the
introduction of corrective measures if needed

3) Document and report the intervention, highlighting lessons learned
and providing recommendations to improve, replicate and scale up.

Outputs

A. One intervention plan (with detailed outputs, costs, relevant
stakeholders, timeline and monitoring measures) for HHWS promotion that is
embedded in the traditional narratives and cultural expressions of the
populations of Lampung Selatan and Pringsewu and based on scientifically
acknowledged triggers for behavior change

B. One sustainable, locally owned intervention for HHWS delivered
according to plan

C. One report detailing the intervention conducted, lessons learned and
recommendations to improve, replicate and scale up recommendations. Evidence
of the activities conducted and products developed is to be attached.

4. Time schedule and Level of Effort

The consultancy is to start in February 2017. The estimated LoE is 60 days
divided as follows:

Output A: 5 days

Output B: 50 days

Output C: 5 days

6. Consultant's profile

* Proved experienced in conducting/promoting social change through art
* Sound knowledge of Indonesia's diverse cultural contexts. Specific
experience in the targeted areas is a plus.
* Demonstrated expertise in mobilizing, coordinating and training
different types of stakeholders, notably local cultural groups and LG staff
* Demonstrated expertise in delivering complex assignments within the
agreed timeframe and budget. Previous experiences with international
development partners is a plus
* Fluent in Indonesian and in English
* Ability to process complex information in writing format and to
provide critical insights based on evidence.

6. Duty Station

Lampung province, mobility is expected between the districts of Lampung
Selatan and Pringsewu. Coordination meetings with SNV will take place in
Jakarta (Kemang).

7. How to apply

Please submit the following documents:

- motivation letter highlighting key competences according to the
requirements

- recent Curriculum Vitae

- price proposal (daily rate)

these documents should be submitted in electronically to
<mailto:procurement.snv@gmail.com> procurement.snv@gmail.com with deadline
for submission is February 17th 2017 with subject "BCC Consultant".

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