Senior Non-Key Expert (Sexual Exploitation, Abuse and Harassment in the Workplace)
Company Name: GIZ
Terms of reference Senior Non-Key Expert
Title: Sexual Exploitation, Abuse and Harassment in the Workplace – Development and Role out of training programme for Ministry of Labour and Social Security
1. Introduction and background
Funded by the European Union, the Natwampane Programme aims to reduce levels of Gender-based Violence (GBV) in Luapula and Northern Provinces. Although the focus is on these two provinces, the programme also has a national focus, supporting Gender Division in policy and system building and strengthening coordination within the provinces as well as at the national level.
The Natwampane Programme is implemented by 5 partners – Norwegian Church Aid, BBC Media Action, Childline / Lifeline, World Vision and GIZ. These five partners have independent contracts with the European Union and specific objectives and deliverables. However, when combined, the objectives and deliverables add up to a comprehensive, multi-sectoral GBV programme, that focuses on prevention and response, as well as raising awareness of community members on the laws of Zambia as they relate to GBV and to encourage survivors and at-risk women and girls, and potentially men and boys, to report and seek help.
The following terms of reference fall within the component of the programme implemented by GIZ. GIZ’s role, as part of this project, “Support to the Zambian Government to Strengthen its Institutional Capacity and Multi-Sectoral coordination concerning Sexual and Gender-Based Violence (SGBV)”, is to:
provide capacity development and institutional strengthening of seven Lines Ministries, whose mandates include aspects of SGBV prevention and response and who are critical actors in the sector;
strengthen multi-sectoral coordination by these Line Ministries;
strengthen coordination within Natwampane and with other SGBV prevention and response programmes funded by other cooperating partners, with the aim to maximise impact, and avoid duplication.
As part of its Technical Assistance, GIZ is supporting the Ministry of Labour and Social Security (MLSS) to develop and roll out a training package for Labour Inspectors on how to identify, talk about and respond to allegations of sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment in the workplace.
The consultancy assignment, subject of this terms of reference, falls within the GIZ component of the Natwampane programme.
The overarching objective of the development and roll out of the training package on sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment in the workplace is to equip MLSS staff, particularly Labour Inspectors with the skills to respond to reports of sexual exploitation, abuse and harassment in the workplace.
3. Key deliverables
Concept note presenting the methodological approach for the development of the training materials including suggested structure and content;
First draft of training package.
Second and final draft of training package.
Facilitation of workshop 1 – for MLSS and partners (to be delivered in Lusaka)
Facilitation of workshop 2 – for MLSS provincial staff (to be delivered in Copperbelt)
4. Methodological approach
4.1.1 Key requirements of the methodological approach
The overall design and development of the Sexual Exploitation, Abuse and Harassment in the Workplace training for MLSS and Partners should be guided by an approved methodological approach that is informed by MLSS and GBV stakeholders.
The course must reflect the following:
– Meaningful consultation with the Ministry of Labour and Social Security and GBV actors including the International Labour Organisation (ILO) and ActionAid, both of whom have been strong advocates for ratification of ILO Convention No. 190.
– Existing legal and policy obligations as outlined in the Anti GBV Act, 2011, The Employment Code Act No. 3 of 2019 (Section 5), the Industrial and Labour Relations Act, Cap 269 of the Laws of Zambia (Section 108), the Gender Equity and Equality Act, 2015, and the Penal Code.
4.1.2 Envisioned steps in the development of the ‘Managing GBV Prevention and Response Programmes course’
Review of key documents;
Drafting of 3-page concept note that details the proposed methodological approach to develop the training material. To be in Arial font, size 11, normal spacing.
Drafting of training material.
Presentation of initial draft of training materials to the Natwampane Technical Adviser, MLSS and Gender Division.
Finalisation of training materials following feedback from testing.
Facilitation of training for MLSS and partners (to be in Lusaka)
Facilitation of training for MLSS and partners (to be in Copperbelt, bringing in MLSS staff from Northern, Luapula as well as Copperbelt Provinces).
5. Required skills and competencies
The assignment is to be conducted by a senior consultant. The selected consultants must be willing to work with the selected government institution.
Required skills and qualifications of the consultants include:
Master’s degree in Development Studies, Gender, Public Health, Public Policy, Law or a related field;
Five years professional experience in the field of prevention and response to gender based violence;
Demonstrated expertise in developing curriculums for academic settings and/or training packages; experience with remote learning approaches an advantage; applicants will be requested to provide examples of their previous work when applicable
Applicants are requested to submit the examples of modules previously developed where available.
Excellent writing skills and the ability to successfully engage stakeholders from diverse cultural and academic backgrounds.
Fluency in English
6. Duration and timeline
The work is expected to start once the contract is signed by the Consultant, it is expected to be completed in a total of 30 working days. Work is anticipated to begin in March 2023 and must be completed by July 2023.
 Ministry of Health, Ministry of Education, Ministry of Justice, Ministry of Home Affaairs, Ministry of Community Development and Social Services, Ministry of Labour and Social Security, Ministry of Youth and Sports, and Gender Division (formally Ministry of Gender)
7. How to Apply
Send cover letter and CV to [email protected] and [email protected]zm by 27 March 2023.
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