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The purpose of the assignment is to support the scaling up of Dawwie community engagement package in targeted governorates -including but not limited to Assuit, Aswan, Sohag, Qena, Fayoum and Cairo.
The field coordinator will be supporting the C4D Officer in capacity building sessions, activities coordination on the ground, monitoring and documenting activities implementation.
ACTIVITIES, DELIVERABLES, AND TIMELINES, PLUS BUDGET PER DELIVERABLE
Tasks and activities:
Deliverables (all in English)
Estimated Duration to complete (of working days)
1.1 At least 20 workshops of at least 1 day on how to utilize the Dawwie overall Toolkit (30 days)
1.2 At least 10 workshops of at least 3 days each on digital literacy package (40 days)
Based on monthly report documenting daily activity
2.1 Support the coordination of at least 3 Dawwie camps in selected governorates (20 days)
2.2 Support documentation of Dawwie activities in the field with at least 5 key partners in different governorates in line with the M&E system (15 days)
2.3 Mapping quality of services relevant to girls’ empowerment in at least 5 governorates (20 days)
2.4 Advocacy with local authorities (15 days)
3.1 Support the coordination of the Annual Dawwie Retreat to assess progresses and plan for 2021-23 plans (10 days)
3.2 Support in documenting at least 5 Dawwie Steering Committee and track follow up actions (10 days)
3.3 Establish and manage for at least 6 months a Dawwie WhatsApp Group supporting activities implementation (10)
4.1 Support the video maker in identifying relevant stories and facilitating contact with relevant partners and/or individuals based on UNCIEF rules and regulations
4.2 Support NCCM in actively managing Dawwie Facebook pages in coordination with UNICEF and other relevant partners
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The contractor should be a resident of Egypt and is expected to possess the following qualifications:
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