Call for Consultant “Baseline Research Online Sexual Exploitation of Children (OSEC) New

A.     About Plan International and Plan Indonesia

 We strive to advance children’s rights and equality for girls worldwide. As an independent development and humanitarian organization, we work alongside children, young people, our supporters, and partners to tackle the root causes of the challenges facing girls and all vulnerable children. We support children’s rights from birth until adulthood and enable them to prepare for and respond to crises and adversity. We drive changes in practice and policy at local, national, and global levels using our reach, experience, and knowledge. For over 80 years, we have been building powerful partnerships for children, and we are active in over 75 countries.

Plan International has been operating in Indonesia since 1969, according to the Memorandum of Understanding with the Government of Indonesia. In 2017, Plan International Indonesia transformed into Yayasan Plan International Indonesia (YPII/Plan Indonesia), registered by the Ministry of Law and Human Rights. This transformation aims to reach more children, especially girls, in Indonesia. To achieve its mission, Plan Indonesia has 7 (seven) programs themes, namely: Adolescent Health and Agency, End Violence Against Children and Youth, Stunting Prevention, Gender-responsive Disaster Preparedness & Humanitarian Response, Youth-led Climate Resilience, Resilient School and Youth Entrepreneurship and Employment.

B. Program End Violence Against Children and Youth

The program theme End Violence Against Children and Youth (EVACY) aims: Children and Young People (aged 10 – 24), particularly girls and young women, are protected from all forms of violence (particularly gender-based violence) and harmful practices in the development and humanitarian situation across all settings. The goal is a breakdown into three intermediate and immediate outcomes as below:

 

  1. Improved agency and leadership of children and young people, particularly girls and young women, to protect themselves from violence and stand for their rights to be free from sexual violence (CAY is empowered and able to say NO).
    • Improve agency and leadership of children and young people, particularly girls and young women, to protect themselves from violence and stand for their rights to be free from sexual violence

 

  1. Strengthened protection system of CAY, particularly girls and young women, from sexual violence in the home, school, and community (CAY has safe space to GO).
    • Service providers (CBCPM strategic actors, teachers, health practitioners, etc.) have improved knowledge and skills to provide inclusive response to violence against CAY, particularly girls and young women, including in humanitarian setting
    • Parents, caregivers and family members have awareness, positive attitude and behavior of promoting non-violent, nurturing and gender-transformative parenting

 

  1. Improved policy and its enforcement to prevent, reporting, and handling of sexual violence against CAY (CAY understand how to TELL/report).
    • Policy makers and civil society are responsive to greater demand for mechanisms to violence prevention, protection for girls & young women from sexual violence in the home, schools, communities, and digital space
    • CAY voices and meaningful participation, particularly girls and young women, are reflected in development planning and coordination across sectors

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Application Procedure

Yayasan Plan International Indonesia (Plan Indonesia) will locally coordinate the application and hiring process. Firms/teams of consultants with relevant expertise and portfolio are invited to apply for the assignment by sending the following:

  1. A letter of intent expressing the consultant’s or firm’s capabilities and qualifications, including a response to the ToR
  2. Proposal of the assignment with the following content:

(a) background; (b) approach and methodology of the assignment outlining key activities and critical deliverables produced and proposed content of the research; (c) Workplan; (d) Ethics and child safeguarding approach, including any identified risks and associated mitigation strategies; (e) personnel involved including their CVs and detail task and responsibilities related to the research;

  1. Proposed detailed budget, including daily fee rates, expenses, taxes, , for all personnel involved as outlined above
  2. Proposed timelines
  3. Organization Profile with the information on (a) current and previous relevant works and clients/users; (b) CV of the personnel involved in the assignment and their key responsibilities/roles.
  4. Police Certificates of Good Conduct

 

The above documents should be sent electronically through the email: [email protected]; mentioning the code [Baseline OSEC_Research] in the email subject, before 5.00 PM, latest on April 05th 2024

Women-owned businesses and individual consultants are encouraged to join the bid

All submissions will be treated in confidence.

Only shortlisted candidates will be notified and invited for interviews.

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