Request for Proposal (RFP)
 
RFP No. UNFPA/2013/2
 
Development of a Multi-Sectoral National Monitoring and Evaluation Framework on Responses to Gender-Based Violence (GBV)

Background
 
Despite efforts by different stakeholders on prevention and response to GBV, there lacks a national GBV M&E framework to monitor the efforts made. It is therefore important to develop a GBV M&E framework, which will define critical indicators, targets, and baselines to inform the efforts of different sectors. 

The National Gender and Equality Commission (NGEC) with support from UNFPA, is looking for a consultant(s) to develop the M&E Framework.
 

The consultant (s) will be expected to:
  • Identify indicators and sources of information from key institutions and sectors
  • Make reference to key international, regional and national legal frameworks and policies
  • Take cognisance of the multiplicity of actors, and efforts towards GBV Make reference to other existing monitoring frameworks and best practises (both regionally and internationally) in providing operational definitions for key aspects of this framework;
  • Engage and participate in the facilitation of feedback sessions with stakeholders
Expected Outputs
  • An Inception Report providing details of the successful candidate’s understanding of the assignment and indicating the methodology; a proposed structure for the monitoring and evaluation framework; and a proposed work plan (including a timetable) (based on the timelines below);
  • A detailed budget based on the above work plan;
  • An acceptable first draft report of the framework and Final M&E framework
Project administration:
  • Reporting guidelines: The successful institution or individuals will be required to report periodically and upon request to UNFPA and NGEC focal points
  • Timeframes: The overall timeframe for this project between the conclusion of the contracting process and the delivery of an acceptable final draft is Two (2) calendar months. The Inception document must be submitted for approval by the UNFPA within Seven (7) days of the finalisation of the contracting process;
  • Meetings: The successful institution or individuals will avail themselves to make presentations at various stages of the contract, to the UNFPA and other stakeholders, subject to their being provided with notice of the need for a meeting.
Qualifications
  • Social Sciences Educational background with experience in programming, research and analysis of GBV issues of at least 5 -7 years (evidence required);
  • Experience in monitoring and evaluation on GBV of at least 5-7 years) (evidence required);
  • Excellent analytical, writing and communications skills.
Method of Assessment
 
i. Applicants will be required to submit a technical bid containing the technical information and a financial bid in separate envelopes that are clearly marked.
 
ii. The technical proposal should outline the applicant’s understanding of the assignment and provide how they propose to approach this study (i.e. the methodology and data collection tools; a proposed work plan and timetable. The financial proposal should be pegged on the work plan and clearly stipulate the costs of study.
 
Detailed TOR is available on our website (kenya.unfpa.org). Bids should reach UNFPA Kenya office in UN Gigiri Complex Block (N-207) no later than Wednesday, 30 October 2013, at 10.00 am. 

Please note that you will require to be booked with the UN Security to access the complex at least 24 hours in advance. 

In view of the above, please send your request for booking a day in advance to ngechu@unfpa.org.

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Examination Secretary III – CRE

KNEC Scale EC 9

1.0 The successful candidate(s) for this position will report to a Head of Section and will work in Test Development Department.
 
1.1 Duties and Responsibilities:
 
The Officer will be responsible for the organization, programming and coordination of development of CRE question papers and other related disciplines.
 
1.2 Qualifications and Experience Required:
 

1.2.1 At least a Bachelors Degree in Education or equivalent qualification from a recognized institution specialized in Christian Religious Education and a maximum of three (3) years teaching experience and Test Development related activities or equivalent in a reputable institution.
 
1.2.2 Evidence of being well grounded in theory and application of Psychometrics, Curriculum Design and Educational Assessment, Setting, Marking, and Moderation of Examinations will be an added advantage.
 
1.2.3 Evidence of proficiency and knowledge in Computer Applications;
 
1.2.4 Have demonstrated outstanding professional competence and integrity in work performance.
 
2.0 Application Procedure:
 
Interested and suitably qualified candidates should forward their applications enclosing certified copies of their academic and professional certificates, detailed curriculum vitae giving details of day time telephone contact, e-mail addresses, current remuneration (enclose copy of your latest pay slip), names and valid current contacts of two referees on or before Thursday October 31, 2013 to:

The Head of Human Resources Management Division
The Kenya National Examinations Council
P O Box 73598 - 00200
Nairobi.

NB: All shortlisted candidates will be subjected to an aptitude/psychometric test to be administered by the Council. 

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and canvassing will result to automatic disqualification.
 
Candidates between 30-35 years are encouraged to apply.
 
KNEC is an Equal Opportunity Employer and people with Disability are encouraged to apply.

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