The primary objective of the workshop is to sensitize MPs on gender-responsive budgeting (GRB), capacitate parliamentary advocacy for gender-responsive planning and budgets, and generate a commitment at the level of parliament to gender-responsive budget oversight.
Deliverable 1: Review the international workshop methodology and complete the training by client experts.
Deliverable 2: Produce a country-specific workshop plan based on the methodology, including the objectives, key messages, and annotated agendas for all four sessions (including topics of sessions, segments, and presentations by experts and stakeholders), as well as a strategy for identifying and engaging participants and stakeholders, and for the workshop follow-up for
Deliverable 3: Develop detailed workshop material, including the detailed content, case studies, handouts, and exercises, and pre-workshop material as foreseen in the workshop plan, and for the client’s review.
The deliverables will be delivered by 5 December 2022.
Deliverable 4: Develop a draft parliamentary resolution on GRB for the client’s review.
Deliverable 5: Deliver the workshop with the participation of experts and stakeholders, as per the workshop plan.
Deliverable 6: Submit a workshop delivery report, including the outcomes, lessons learned, and recommendations for follow-up.
The deliverables will be delivered by 31 December 2022
- The consultant will work under the overall supervision of the Inclusive Politics Portfolio Manager and in consultation with the portfolio national officers.
- Progress reporting shall include regular meetings/conference calls and written reports with brief descriptions of progress toward achieving the expected deliverables. The national consultant will maintain close communication with the client on a regular and needed basis throughout the assignment. In the event of any delay, the national consultant will inform clients promptly so that decisions and remedial action may be taken.
- All reports and presentations including the final report shall be in the English language. There may be one to two rounds of additional review prior to finalizing the document.
- Deliverables will be jointly reviewed and endorsed by the designated client for approval and certification of payment by the client’s Inclusive Politics Portfolio Manager.
- In-depth understanding and experience in the area of women, peace and security and democratic governance, including parliamentary development;
- Experience in facilitating workshops, training or other capacity-building activities;
- Demonstrated ability to present complex information in a clear, concise, and interactive manner;
- Professional fluency in the English language, both oral and written.
Other Work Experience
Extensive knowledge of budget cycles, the work of parliamentary budget committees, parliamentary legislation and oversight processes, and the work of members of parliament;
Extensive knowledge of gender-responsive budgeting;
Experience in facilitating workshops, training, or other capacity-building activities, including online;
Institutional Arrangement :
The Consultant will work under the supervision of and report to the Manager, Fragile-to-Fragile Pogramme, and to the Inclusive Politics Portfolio Manager at the client Somalia. The consultant will receive training, strategic guidance, and technical expertise from the Programme’s international experts.
How to apply
Candidates interested in applying for this role need to register on the CTG website as a candidate and apply for this role using this link: