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Home-based: Translation of the Interagency Child Protection in Emergencies Training Packages

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Home-based: Translation of the Interagency Child Protection in Emergencies Training Packages

Deadline for application: 
17 Sep 2019
Organisation: 
The Alliance via Terre des hommes
Job type: 
Consultancy

1. Background

The Alliance's mission is to support the efforts of humanitarian actors to achieve high-quality and effective child protection interventions in humanitarian contexts, in both refugee and non-refugee settings. As a global network of operational agencies, academic institutions, policymakers, donors and practitioners, the Alliance facilitates inter-agency technical collaboration on child protection in all humanitarian contexts. It sets standards and produces technical guidance for use by the various stakeholders. The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) currently co-leads the Alliance with Save the Children.[1]

The Alliance for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action facilitates inter-agency collaboration on normative work, including standard-setting and development of technical guidance. It also provides its members with technical support and guidance where needed. The Alliance’s work falls into five categories, one of which is:

  • Capacity-building, learning and development:The Alliance develops technical capacity for child protection by identifying, expanding and strengthening the CPHA workforce; mapping capacity gaps; defining priorities and strategic direction for capacity development; and providing learning opportunities, both face-to-face and remote. The Capacity-building, learning and development work stream is a permanent work stream managed by the Learning and Development Working Group (LDWG). As a permanent work stream and given the extensive nature of the role of leading the LDWG it was agreed that the LDWG would have its own focal point to work with the LDWG leadership group and LDWG members to support the work plan.

The Learning and Development Working Group (LDWG)is focused on the learning and development objectives within the Alliance work plan for 2018-2020. The working group has the overall outcomes of bridging the human resource capacity and competence gaps for child protection in humanitarian action, by focusing on: increasing learning and development opportunities for CPHA actors at global, regional and national levels; developing and making accessible high quality learning material and supports for CPHA actors at all levels and across stages of emergencies; and ensuring CPHA professional, interagency developments and opportunities correspond with up to date capacity gaps, competencies and needs. 

LDWG Work Plan Outcome 2018-2020: 

“Bridging the Human Resource Capacity and Competence Gaps for Child Protection in Humanitarian Action.”

2. Purpose

The overall goal of this consultancy is to support the L&D WG Focal Point in translating the F2F inter agency package from English to Spanish.

The F2F will require translation of the powerpoints, facilitators notes, and trainee materials. Specifically, this includes: 

Modules that summarize core components of CPIE:

  • Module 1: Module 1_Principles and Approaches to CPiE
  • Module 2: Module 2_Ensuring a Quality CP Response
  • Module 3: Module 3_Addressing Child Protection Needs
  • Module 4: Module 4_Developing Child Protection Strategies
  • Module 5: Module 5_Mainstreaming Child Protection
  • Module 6: Module 6_Planning_Next Steps
  • Optional Simulation_Plus 1 day

Key Resources:

  • Agenda Samples
  • Evaluation Forms_Daily_to be adapated
  • Introduction
  • Pre Learning and Survey_Sample
  • Start and End Day Sessions

Participant Handouts

3. Expected results & timeframe

Expected results include the following, all in collaboration and close communication with the LDWG Focal Point:

  • Compared analysis of already translated materials vs. newer version of the F2F: August 2019 (done by the LDWG Focal Point)
  • Update of the already translated Spanish materials: 01 – 10 September 2019
  • Translation of the remaining untranslated content: 10 – 30 September 2019
  • Proof reading & Final editing: 01 – 15 October 2019

The Consultant will translate the following materials, per order of priorities: 

Translation

Estimated Number of Words

Date Required 

Modules 

Module 1: Module 1_Principles and Approaches to CPiE

M1_S1_ 805 (w) + 252 (ppt) = 1057

M1_S2.PP5_: 720 (w) + 1132 (ppt) = 1852

M1_S3_ 359 (w) + 2541 (ppt) = 2900

M1_CPMS: 1447 (w) + 2100 (ppt) = 3547

M1_Cover: 259

TOTAL = 9615

 

Module 2: Module 2_Ensuring a Quality CP Response

M2_S1_1023 (w)+ 222(ppt) = 1245

Stands_ 1274

M2_S2_ 243 (w)+ 141 (ppt) = 384

M2_S2_Optional_230 (ppt) + 240 (ppt) + 1152 (w) + 1003 (ppt) + 2109 (w) + 160 (ppt) + 645 (ppt) + 102 (w) + 152 (w) = 5739

M2_S3_763 (w) + 391 (ppt) = 1154

M2_S4_ 665 (w) + 283 (ppt) = 948

M2_S5_2624 (w) + 3088 (ppt) = 5712

M2_S5_ Optional_1426 (ppt) + 817 (ppt) = 2243

M2_S6_136 (ppt)

M2_Cover_421 (w)

TOTAL = 19256

 

Module 3: Module 3_Addressing Child Protection Needs

M3_S1_236 (w) + 235 (ppt) = 471

M3_S2_134 (w) +183 (ppt) = 317

M3_S3_ 175 (w) + 715 (ppt) = 890

M3_S4_607 (ppt)

M3_S4_Optional_ 2764 (w) + 532 (ppt)= 3296

M3_S5_1342 (ppt)

M3_S5_Optional_3154 (ppt)

M3_S6_15526 (ppt) + 14034 (w) + 1754 (w)= 31314

M3_S7_ 1406 (ppt)

M3_S8_ 50 (ppt)

M3_All in one_5022 (ppt)

M3_Cover_502 (w)

TOTAL = 48371

 

Module 4: Module 4_Developing Child Protection Strategies

M4_S1_ 665 (w) + 1156 (ppt) = 1821

M4_S2_ 1494 (ppt)

M4_S3_ 337 (ppt) + 956 (ppt)= 1293

M4_S4_ 108 (ppt)

M4_Optional_ 481 (ppt) + 1537 (w) + 226 (w) + 247 (w)= 2491

M4_Cover_302 (w)

TOTAL = 7509

 

Module 5: Module 5_Mainstreaming Child Protection

M5_S1_1442 (w)

M5_S2_2769 (w)+ 220 (ppt) + 1395 (w)= 4384

M5_S3_2779 (w) +272 (ppt) + 1416 (w) = 4467

M5_S4_2237 (w) + 272 (ppt) + 822 (w) = 3331

M5_S5_ 2332 (w) + 272 (ppt) + 991 (w) = 3595

M5_S6_ 2039 (w) + 272 (ppt) + 658 (w) = 2969

M5_S7_ 942 (w)

M5_Optional _ 4757 (w) + 635 (ppt) = 5392

Extra _  125 (ppt) + 795 (w)= 920

M5_Cover_ 182 (w)

TOTAL = 27624

 

Module 6: Module 6_Planning_Next Steps

M6_S1_186 (ppt)

M6_S2_121 (ppt)

M6_Optional_562 (ppt)

M6_Templates (w)_85+60+65+60+59+53+21=403

M6_Cover_ 179 (w)

TOTAL =1451

 

Optional Simulation_Plus 1 day

104 (ppt) + 884 (w) + 665 (w) + 217(w) +698 (w)+ 477 (w) 

TOTAL = 3045

 

Participant Handouts

Templates

3436+ 1560+922+474+1980+2395+136

 

 

TOTAL = 10903

 

Key Resources

Agenda Samples

2298 (W)

 

Pre Learning and Survey_Sample

354 (pdf)

 

Evaluation Forms_Daily_to be adapated

300 x 6 (word) = 1800

 

Introduction

1255 (word) + 322 (ppt)= 1577

 

Introduction Activity Grab Bag

171+158 + 90 + 128 + 149 (word) = 696

90 + 121+ 80+ 128+ 90+ 14 (ppt) = 523

TOTAL = 1219

 

Start and End Day Sessions

57 (ppt)

416 (w) +103 (ppt)

3 (ppt)

328 (w) +51 (ppt) +325 (w)

3 (ppt)

86 (ppt)

3 (ppt)

3 (ppt)

TOTAL = 1378

 

CPIE F2F V2014 Training Cover Pack

2076

 

GRAND TOTAL

138.476

 

Deliverables will be approved by the L&D WG Focal Point. Translation should reference the CPMS content Spanish translation for appropriate terms and tone.

4. Key competencies, technical background and experience required

  • Experience with IT tools and computer skills; especially Word and Powerpoint 

  • Capacity to proof-read documents

  • Excellent organizational skills

  • Excellent skills in written & spoken English / Spanish language, interpersonal communication at a distance and collaborative project management

  • Autonomy & Attention to details

The Consultant will be paid a fee based on the rate per word.

5. How to Apply

Qualified candidates are requested to submit CV to: learning@alliancecpha.org, specifying as email title: “Translation of IA CPiE Training Packages Application_ NAME”


[1]As per the Alliance governance document, the NGO co-lead rotates every three years.

 

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