Organisation Description: Johanniter-Unfall-Hilfe e.V. is a German non-governmental organisation, dedicated to excellence in the field of first aid, ambulance service, social service programmes and other projects in the medical and social field. The Federal Headquarters (HQ) are based in Berlin, Germany.
Johanniter International Assistance is the operational unit for humanitarian aid, development co-operation and emergency relief, implementing and supporting projects in Health and Livelihoods with a specific focus on climate change and gender equality worldwide. (www.thejohanniter.org).
Johanniter-Unfall-Hilfe e.V. (Johanniter International Assistance) has been working in South East Asia since 2008, implementing projects in the field of health, nutrition, WASH, Livelihood, and disaster preparedness.
The project Phase I “Grassroots Organisation Development – Working Towards Humanity (GROWTH)” was initiated in 2018 by the implementation of an innovative approach to strengthen capacities of small national organisations.
Building on the learning experiences of the first phase, the second phase (GROWTH II) aims to continue the successful approach of constant, institutional capacity building of local organizations according to contextual needs and the establishment and maintenance of a regional learning platform to ensure the exchange of experiences, sharing of innovative ideas and mutual support between old and new partner organizations.
To conduct feasibility study in South East Asia (Cambodia, Philippines and Myanmar) for Phase II project “Grassroots Organisation Development – Working Towards Humanity (GROWTH)”.
The objective is to develop strong regional and integrated approach among partners of Myanmar, Cambodia and the Philippines. Promote resilient organisations with a culture of learning, leadership and collaboration. Be connected and sharing experiences and knowledge at local, national and regional level is an expected output.
To evaluate the current design, suggested outputs, activities, budget and to develop a logical framework with clear regional approach (including the impact matrix and measures). The project design should include milestones, critical points where review and revision of the programme should be considered, clear outputs and scheduled activities across the 4 years’ timeframe.
To evaluate the project objectives, structure and budget of the programme in terms of the Development Assistance Committee (DAC) criteria – relevance, coherence, effectiveness, efficiency, impact and sustainability with respective to the Guidance notes on feasibility studies by EG/Bengo (respective donor)
The Feasibility Study will be conducted in close collaboration with Johanniter colleagues in the region and partners.**
· Participatory research (not limited to this):
· Interview with Johanniter CO teams, Johanniter regional unit support
· Interview with key management staff of partners
· Analysis of secondary data (existing research papers and lessons learned from other programmes)
· Analysis of partners and project reports
· Analysis of proposed partner’s organisations
· Review regional structure and monitoring system of Johanniter
The successful consultant will initially work with the regional unit support to review the current available design developed with inputs of three Johanniter country offices (CO) from Myanmar, Cambodia and the Philippines. Afterwards, the consultant will work with COs teams and proposed partner’s organizations.
The study should be conducted by the last week of April 2022 with the aim to provide a final report on 25 May 2022.
The consultancy team should consist of experts in the following sectors: Capacity Development of small national organisations, Networking, Regional approach, Participatory/Learning Approaches, Community resilient approach, Resilient organisation and Project Cycle Management/ Monitoring (including Do no harm).
Should have experience and excellent understanding of networking and regional approaches and the issues related to each country context, experience and underdoing of the Charter for Change movement, including issues of shrinking CSO space in the context of Southeast Asia. Besides the sectorial expertise, contextual knowledge of Myanmar, Cambodia and the Philippines is required.
What we offer:
Remuneration: 20,000€ gross
How to apply
If this what you are looking for, please submit your application via [email protected] (Proposal, CV, reference contacts of 3 former organisation conducted feasibility study).
Please indicate “Consultant Feasibility Study SEA” in the subject line of your e-mail.
Deadline for applications: 23 April 2022
Interviews planned for: 25-26 May 2022
Only short-listed consultant will be notified.
Please note Johanniter requires background checks (incl. criminal record and reference checks) to protect the vulnerable and prevent abuse.