Overview of Hagar International in Vietnam
Hagar is a specialist trauma-informed care agency that works primarily with women and children who are suffering from trauma as a result of human trafficking, slavery and abuse in Cambodia, Afghanistan, and Vietnam. Hagar International in Vietnam (henceforth Hagar Vietnam) was launched in 2009 in response to the growing magnitude of violence and human trafficking, as well as the severe lack of services available for victims/survivors in Vietnam.
Hagar International in Vietnam (henceforth Hagar Vietnam) provides direct support to women and child survivors of human trafficking, domestic violence and sexual abuse. We lead prevention activities to build the knowledge of communities about the right of everyone to be protected from unsafe migration, human trafficking, and child abuse. We build the capacity of partners, including the Vietnamese Government’s Women Union, to deliver a specialized model of care in communities. We facilitate opportunities for women and child survivors to demonstrate their leadership by facilitating voice and agency opportunities. We use field experiences to advocate and influence the strengthening of national legislation and implementation standards, for survivor support and access to social services.
Hagar international is looking for experienced, qualified consultant for training on ENHANCING THE QUALITY OF MANAGING INTERVENTION ACTIVITIES TO SUPPORT PEOPLE WITH GENDER BASED VIOLENCE.Assignment Title: Training Consultant/Trainer Projects: Strengthening Prevention, Protection and Prosecution Strategies to Counter Violence Against Women in Nghe An and Yen Bai Provinces, Vietnam Contract Type: Consultant Contract Duration: Maximum 11 days
Working location: Nghe An and Yen Bai Provinces
Project DescriptionThis project addresses Violence against Women (VAW) in four communes in Nghe An (two communes) and Yen Bai (two communes) provinces, contributing to changes in the lives of VAW survivors and vulnerable women and girls. It is funded through United Nations Trust Fund (UNTF). This project will build capacity for 3 levels: (1) village leaders (village chief, village Women’s Union) to recognize VAW, provide initial emergency and referral support; (2) commune emergency response teams (ERT) including Police, Women’s Union, DoLISA, Justice, village leaders, etc. to coordinate and provide services for survivors; (3) provincial and district authorities to support commune- and village-level. Project goal is: “Women survivors and those at risk of violence, in particular Intimate Partner Violence (IPV), Non-Partner Sexual Violence (NPSV) and trafficking (targeted survivors), and those at risk in project areas, experience increased safety, wellbeing and voice by project Month 36.”
Purpose and scope of workThis training aims to improve learner’s knowledge and skills on: - Improve the ability to identify and assess safety risks for people who suffer from violence - Increase the accountability to participate in the network to help people who suffer from gender based violence - Clearly define the functions and duties of different departments/agencies in gender violence prevention - Encourage and promote coordination in gender-based violence prevention across the community - Strengthening the inter-agency coordination in supporting people suffering from gender-based violence
Expected Results- Two 2-day training courses for around 20-25 participants/course in Yen Bai and Nghe An in March 2021 will be conducted effectively, meeting requirements of the project and learners.
Participant:20 – 25 trainees, representatives of provincial government officers, and 3 to 5 district officers.
QualificationsEducation: Consultant with advanced academic degree (MA or higher) and professional background on social sciences and related sectors. Experience: A minimum of 10 years of relevant experience is required Competencies:
- Having profound practical experiences in participatory and learner-centred training.
- In-depth knowledge of gender and gender-based violence (especially domestic violence, human trafficking and sexual abuse)
- Experience working directly with people who have gender violence
- Knowledge and Experience of national GBV response network
- Cultural competency and ability to work cross-culturally
Deadline: March 12, 2021.For more details, please refer to the attached Term of reference. Interested candidates are requested to submit their application letter explaining your interest in the consultancy and why you are the most suited candidate for this job, updated CVs and propose daily consultancy rate for this assignment to: email@example.com. Tel: 024 37282342 Candidates have to confirm having received the recruitment information through the recruiting channel NGO Recruitment in the application letter for this position
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