Recrutement de 01 Inter-Cluster Targeting Consultant

Localité : Ethiopie / Addis Ababa
Domaine : Sociologie
Niveau : BAC + 5
Entreprise recruteur : World Food Programme

Recrutement de 01 Inter-Cluster Targeting Consultant
Niveau d'études: Bac + 5 ou plus
Expérience: 5 ans
Expire le: 16-10-2023

World Food Programme
Addis Ababa, Ethiopie
Opportunités de carrière : Inter-Cluster Targeting Consultant, CST II, Addis Ababa, Ethiopia (829818)

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JOB TITLE: Inter-Cluster Targeting Consultant

TYPE OF CONTRACT: Consultant Level II


DUTY STATION: Addis Ababa, Ethiopia

DURATION: 6 months

The United Nations World Food Programme is the world's largest humanitarian agency fighting hunger worldwide. The mission of WFP is to help the world achieve Zero Hunger in our lifetimes. Every day, WFP works worldwide to ensure that no child goes to bed hungry and that the poorest and most vulnerable, particularly women and children, can access the nutritious food they need.

Ethiopia is facing an overlapping humanitarian crisis; due to various hazards, including the conflict induced needs; negative impact of the drought in southern and south-eastern parts of the country, increase in commodity prices; and floods in the low-lying areas. The humanitarian situation is complex and dynamic, necessitating a coordinated approach to address the diverse needs. Individual sectoral guidelines on targeting the most vulnerable people require greater cohesion among the clusters to ensure effective response to the humanitarian needs. The Government of Ethiopia and the humanitarian community have thus identified the need for an intersectoral targeting approach to streamline efforts from all clusters, support the adequate targeting and prioritization of most vulnerable people and improve humanitarian outcomes for the affected populations.

The humanitarian community faces challenges in delivering consistent, efficient, and inclusive support to vulnerable populations affected by the various shocks that result in humanitarian needs. Collaborative action between humanitarian entities and the government is essential to effectively reach and support these groups.
Key to this is the National Guidelines on Targeting Relief Food Assistance from 2011 that requires updating, to incorporate the changes in the humanitarian context. This is an important opportunity to expand the existing guidelines from food assistance to include an intersectoral approach to support an evidenced-based approach to targeting of the most vulnerable population groups, for an effective delivery of humanitarian supplies. To do this, a consultant will be required to review existing targeting approaches (including the 2011 National Targeting Guidelines), revise and deliver the national guideline on intersectoral targeting for humanitarian assistance, based on the humanitarian principles and vulnerability analysis, under the technical guidance of a working group that that co-chaired by the Ethiopia Disaster Risk Management Commission (EDRMC) and United Nations Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA); technically supported by donors, the Government led sectors, humanitarian community through the clusters and relevant working groups (e.g., Food, Nutrition, Education, Health, Agriculture, WASH, Emergency Shelter and Non-Food Items, Protection, Cash Working Group) that are representing the inter-cluster coordination group (ICCG).

The Case for an Intersectoral Approach
An intersectoral targeting approach combines efforts across different sectors to improve humanitarian response and address challenges more comprehensively. Such an approach recognises that vulnerabilities often span multiple sectors, requiring integrated approaches and solutions. By coordinating actions and sharing resources, the approach aims to be more efficient and minimise overlaps and support joint approaches for further efficiency. A key element of this approach is the integration of evidence from various sectors including but not limited to food security assessments, nutrition analysis, education, environment, and social aspects. Another key element is to ensure a people-centred approach by incorporating the insights and feedback from affected communities, building on existing Accountability to Affected People (AAP) mechanisms and networks, throughout the process to increase the relevance and effectiveness of interventions. The goal is not just immediate relief but to have a lasting positive impact; by informing plans for resilience and safety-net interventions. Through enhanced collaboration and understanding of interlinked issues, this approach seeks to provide comprehensive and sustainable solutions for vulnerable populations in Ethiopia.

To collaboratively develop an Intersectoral Targeting Approach that is based on the humanitarian principles and vulnerability analysis. This process will include reviewing of current National Targeting Guidelines and standard operating procedures (SOPs) that are informing vulnerability-based targeting practices; updating the national guideline to incorporate a harmonized intersectoral targeting of vulnerable people, by bringing together various sectoral approaches; and building on existing targeting approaches that are being utilised by partners and clusters.

The selected consultant or consultant service provider will be deployed to a working group which will be co-chaired by the EDRMC and OCHA, with technical support from the Government led sectors, donors, Humanitarian Clusters and Working Groups (WGs) that are representing the inter-cluster coordination group (ICCG). The consultant will report directly an Inter-sectoral targeting working group (IST WG) which co-chaired by EDRMC and OCHA; with technical support from the Government led sectors, Humanitarian Clusters and Working Groups (WGs) that are representing the inter-cluster coordination group (ICCG). The IST WG will be co-chaired by OCHA and the EDRMC. The IST-WG will follow-up on the implementation of the workplan and deliverables and provide advice and feedback as required.

KEY ACCOUNTABILITIES (not all-inclusive)
1. Review Existing Guidelines:

Review the National Targeting Guidelines and identify sections that require updating with analysis and information from targeting guidelines being implemented by partners, to ensure targeting of the most vulnerable people with food and non-food responses.
Conduct a mapping of existing targeting guidelines that are being implemented in the country, to complement the current National Targeting Guidelines.
Examine current relevance, use, practice, and effectiveness of existing clusters’ targeting guidelines and Working groups (WGs) and of the national guidelines that were developed by EDRMC in 2011.

2. Stakeholder Consultation: Engage with a wide range of stakeholders, including:

Conduct field visits to all regions where humanitarian interventions are being implemented; for key informant and household level interviews with the key stakeholders, including regional, zonal and woredas government representatives; humanitarian partners and the communities.
Interviews with a representative sample of communities affected by various hazards, who need humanitarian assistance, including through the Humanitarian Assistance and Productive Safety-Net Programme.
Government of Ethiopia (GoE), including EDRMC and key line ministries such as Agriculture, Water, Health/ Nutrition and Social Welfare
Regional Governments, Humanitarian Community (Donors and Partners), Regional Area Inter-Cluster Coordination Groups (ICCGs), and Subnational Clusters.
ICCG, all Clusters.
A representative sample of the implementing partners (e.g., national, and international NGOs, UN Agencies, and government entities).
Key sources of evidence that informs humanitarian response planning in Ethiopia: Household Economy Analysis (HEA), Displacement Tracking Matrix team in IOM (DTM), WFP Research, Assessment and Monitoring (RAM); EDRMC Early Warning and Response; Joint Emergency Operations (JEOP) Early Warning; FEWS NET etc.

3. Development of Work Plan:

Prepared an inception report that will contain a work plan, which indicates the phases to be followed in updating the inter-cluster national targeting, the timing, key deliverables, and milestones.
Formulate a comprehensive work plan for developing the Intersectoral targeting approach, including tools and guidance. This should outline the key activities of the consultancy and associated timelines, milestones and deliverables that will lead to development of the intersectoral targeting guidelines.
Set realistic timelines for each phase of the development of tools and the guidelines, including dissemination at regional and national level. The dissemination strategy should include training of partners and the Government at federal and regional levels.

4. Drafting of Intersectoral Targeting Tools and Guidelines:

Based on reviews, evidence from available assessment findings, and stakeholders’ consultations; draft the initial versions of the tools and guidelines.
Ensure the tools and guidelines are developed with a strong emphasis on addressing the identified needs of affected populations.
Validation Workshop:
Organise and facilitate a workshop with relevant stakeholders to gather feedback and validate the developed draft documents (tools and the guidelines).

5. Finalisation:

Based on feedback from the validation workshop, refine and finalise the detailed intersectoral targeting guidelines.
Prepare a summarized version of the targeting guidelines, to be translated in the key languages in Ethiopia, which will be share with decision makers and circulated to communities.
Arrange printing of adequate copies details and summarized inter-sectoral targeting guidelines for circulation to relevant stakeholders, including to the Government Ministries at federal and regional level.
Arrange a workshop to share the final targeting guideline and share recommendations on implementation steps.
Translate the detailed and summary targeting guidelines to local languages.
Conduct workshops and training sessions at region and national levels, to ensure that the inter-sector targeting guidelines are understood by for relevant stakeholders including humanitarian partners and the Government departments

● Master's degree in a relevant field (e.g., Humanitarian Studies, Development Studies, Social Sciences).

● At least 5 years of responsible experience in humanitarian response and programs with knowledge and skills pertaining to people-centred, and evidence-based approach to targeting or prioritizing assistance.
● Have proven experience in developing humanitarian assessment tools and guidelines in complex emergencies.
● Demonstrate excellent stakeholders’ engagement experience and workshop facilitation skills.
● Strong research experience.

Knowledge & Skills:
• Strong skills in quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis.
• Display an in-depth knowledge of the Ethiopian humanitarian context.
• Possess robust analytical and report writing capabilities.

Fluency in both oral and written communication in English. Knowledge of the local language is an added advantage.

16 October 2023

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