Consultancy – Development of the P4 Training Manual

  • Consultancy
  • Lusaka, Zambia
  • 00000 ZMW / Month
  • October 3, 2022

Habitat for Humanity Zambia

Terms of Reference (TOR)
Consultancy Services to Develop P4 Training Manual

I. Introduction

Habitat for Humanity Zambia is an affiliate of Habitat for Humanity International, a worldwide non-profit ecumenical Christian ministry with a vision to see “A world where everyone has a decent place to live.”

Habitat Zambia is currently implementing a Vulnerable Group Housing Program in Kabwe’s Makululu informal settlement. In July 2022, Habitat for Humanity International with support from the Hilti Foundation launched the People Public Private Partnerships (P4) Community of Practice that will bring together peers from the national offices across all the regions HFH operates in, to share best practices on their experiences in piloting the P4 initiative. In Zambia, the pilot is being implemented in Makululu, Kabwe where 133 low-cost housing units have been constructed including reticulated water through installation of solarized boreholes for vulnerable groups in the community.

II. Objective of the assignment

To adapt the newly developed Habitat for Humanity International People Public Private Partnerships Training Manual to the Zambian context. The manual will provide an overview of how P4s have been implemented in the Zambian context, detailing successes, challenges, and opportunities.
The end users of the manual will include Habitat for Humanity Zambia staff, local level structures such as Ward Development Committees, and stakeholders in the public and private sector. Furthermore, the consultant will develop guidelines for P4 mainstreaming in future HFHZ program designs as strategic pathway to strengthen community development and sustainability.

III. Scope of Work

  • Adapt the Habitat for Humanity International P4 Training Manual to the Zambian context.
  • The content should include but not limited to P4 definitions, rationale for having a P4s, how to mainstream P4 in programming, step by step guide on how to engage in a P4, challenges, opportunities, risks of engaging in a P4, special tips of how to enhance P4s, case study/site visit identification.
  • Desktop review of Habitat Zambia project reports, P4 project proposal, Habitat for Humanity Theory of Change, HFH Africa Strategy, and housing context in Zambia.
  • Document case studies on P4 best practices from Habitat for Humanity National Offices in Africa.
  • Key informant interviews with selected public and private sector players.
  • Focus group discussions with Makululu housing beneficiaries and local level structures.

IV. Deliverables and Timeline:

Output # Deliverable Duration

1 Inception Report and Tools 10/10/22
2 Data Collection 11/10/22 – 14/10/22
3 Submission of 1st Draft 17/10/22
4 Review of comments 19/10/22
5 Submission of Final 21/10/22

The consultancy will commence on 10th October and end on 21st October broken down as follows:

V. Reporting:

  • The Consultant will, on the technical aspect of the assignment, be reporting to the Policy and Advocacy Specialist with the overall supervision by the Resource Development and Communications Manager.

VI. Payment schedule:

The fees will be paid upon receipt of an invoice from the Consultant/firm/institution, with the bank details.

  • 40% payment advance upon contract signing to be processed within 5 working days.
  • 60% payment will be delivered upon submission of finalized documentary to be processed within 5 working days.
  • The Consultant, firm must be legally registered and have valid tax clearance certificates from the relevant regulatory authorities.
  • The total lumpsum Consultancy Fee will include 15% Withholding Tax.

VI. Quality and ethical standards

The consultant/firm should take all reasonable steps to ensure that the final product demonstrates respect and protects people’s rights and welfare and the communities of which they are members. It is also expected that the consultant will respect the values of HFHI: courage, humility, and accountability.

Qualifications

The competency requirements for the consultant/firm are:

  • A master’s degree in a relevant field such as education, development studies or organizational development.
  • At least 10 years relevant experience developing training manuals of a similar nature.
  • Fluency in English and Bemba/Nyanja.
  • Knowledge and experience working in Zambia.

VII. Application procedure:

The Consultant/Firm should submit a technical proposal for carrying out the assignment and the consultancy fee and submit to the following by 3rd October 2022:

[email protected] .
Cc: Human Resources Administrator – Ms. Nchimunya Hanjalika
Email: [email protected]

HABITAT’S STATEMENT OF EXPECTATIONS SURROUNDING SAFEGUARDING

Habitat for Humanity Zambia requires that all consultants take their ethical responsibilities seriously to safeguard our intended beneficiaries, communities, and those with whom we work. Habitat for Humanity Zambia has particular responsibilities to support and develop systems that create and maintain an environment that prevents harassment, sexual exploitation, and abuse; safeguards beneficiaries and community members (especially children); and promotes the implementation of Habitat for Humanity’s code of conduct.

To apply for this job email your details to Procurement@habitatzam.org.zm


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