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Qishloq Facilitator

Employer PPVU

Information on vacancy
Period of publication 26.03.2020 - 24.04.2020
Field of activity /
position:
Other
Duties Awareness-raising of PVP Objectives

1. Develop annual work plans and conduct activities to raise awareness and socialize the various actors (district hokimiyats, District Project Committees (DPCs), qishloq residents, including Mahalla Citizens' Assemblies (MCAs), MDUs) about:
a. The PVP objectives and processes;
b. Their roles, responsibilities, and linkages with other development actors.

Village Selection Process

2. Schedule and conduct regular meetings and visits to participating district hokimiyats to assist in the formation of DPCs as needed.
3. Plan and conduct joint activities with DPCs to assist DPCs to carry out a participatory qishloq selection process, including communicating the selection methodology to district residents and organizing consultations on the results of the selection process;

Establishing MDUs

4. Facilitate neighborhood elections to establish newly elected MDUs.
5. Train project election committees in election rules, voter eligibility criteria, creating voter lists, MDU roles and responsibilities, election process, manning voting tables, etc.
6. Document the election process and outcomes using forms provided in the PVP POM.

Qishloq Development Planning Process

7. Collect basic data (# of households, etc.) on participating qishloqs.
8. Facilitate key participatory social analysis exercises (resource maps, calendars, health analysis, education assessment) and the recording of the outcomes of the exercises in the POM forms.
9. Actively work towards women's empowerment, participation and inclusion. This will include facilitating specific exercises with women from different socio-economic backgrounds to help women to collectively identify their needs and strategize how to increase their involvement in the MDU and the development process in general. Also, work closely with the most vulnerable groups in the community (economic migrants, female-headed households, jobless, returnee refugees, landless, etc) to encourage them to participate in the project.
10. Support female MDU members to prioritize the needs of women and assist them in representing their interests to the MDU so that they are considered in the decisions that are made
11. Facilitate the production of Qishloq Development Plans (QDPs) using the social analysis to ensure that the plans are pro-poor, gender-sensitive, and inclusive.
12. Ensure labeling, safe storage, and periodic updating of planning outputs (maps, calendars, matrices, as well as the QDPs).
13. Facilitate MDUs to update the QDP at least once during the implementation cycle.

Subproject Implementation Oversight

14. Establish Community Participatory Monitoring Teams.
15. Train team members in monitoring, social audit, and grievance handling procedures.
16. Assist Community Participatory Monitoring Teams to conduct social audits and document outcomes using the forms provided in the PVP POM.

Technical Assistance and Capacity Building for MDUs and MCAs

17. Provide training and capacity building support to MCAs and MDUs and communities. Key training topics will include their Roles and Responsibilities, Linkages with key Development Actors (Government, Private Sector, and NGOs), Disaster Risk Reduction and Management, Grievance Redress, Score Cards, as well as capacity building of the Community Participatory Monitoring Teams (social audits, monitoring).
18. Support MDUs (initially with relatively intense engagement that reduces over time) to operate and establish key practices (periodic meetings, rotating chairmanship, public awareness campaigns, mobilization of human, physical and financial resources, etc.) that institutionalize participation, inclusion, and collective action and to monitor services (e.g. the establishment of water points), and facilitate their self-evaluation.
19. Train MDUs members in procurement, financial management, and construction oversight techniques, monitor and conduct social audits.
20. Train and regularly coordinate with MDUs to establish the required community-level organizations to monitor the O&M of subproject investments and identify solutions where O&M is deficient, and to upload data into an open access mobile app on the status of subproject O&M.
21. Identify champion MCAs and MDUs in each district and work with district hokimiyats to coordinate learning and knowledge-sharing exchanges.
22. Monitor MCA and MDU maturity. In qishloqs implementing autonomous drinking water supply and sanitation systems, update qishloq-level data on the WASH situation.Facilitate learning exchanges across qishloqs and districts participating in the PVP.
23. Provide operational support to MCAs and MDUs to cover the costs of conducting qishloq-wide meetings and to conduct qishloq-level outreach activities, such as those related to sanitation and hygiene campaigns.

Reporting and Data Collection

24. Prepare quarterly reports, bi-annual case study reports that include examples of Champion MDUs and how they work towards pro-poor and pro-women development, and ad hoc reports as requested (see sections below on reporting).
25. Upload data on implementation progress in real-time into the PVP MIS, including data from the community profiles, QDPs, subproject construction, and social audits.

Autonomous Water Supply and Sanitation Systems
26. In qishloqs where drinking water is needed, coordinate with MDUs to document the water supply, sanitation and hygiene (WASH) situation in the qishloq through completion of relevant questionnaires only in qishloqs facing challenged with access to clean drinking water
27. Provide TA to MDUs that prioritize autonomous water supply and sanitation systems for financing under the Project following an implementation cycle outlined in the POM. This includes:
a. Establishing Community Drinking Water Organization (CDWO)s,
b. Delivering the complete training package to CDWOs prior to, during and after construction to ensure sustainable operations.

28. Participate in trainings by trainers for Qishloq Facilitators and Qishloq Engineers on topics such as project procurement monitoring, social audits, grievance redress mechanism, labor relations, social including providing outreach to vulnerable and excluded groups, etc.
29. Conduct other activities to be suggested by FP and agreed with PIU;

QFs will be provided with the Program Operations Manual, Social Manual and Step by Step Guidelines, as well as manuals to cover financial management, procurement, social safeguards. The guidelines have to be followed by all QFs to that the program is coherently and consistently implemented.

III. Outcomes of the Assignment

1. Communities know their development rights, and MCA's and MDUs know their roles and responsibilities in achieving development in their communities
2. MDUs institutional practices improve over time (engagement in, planning and implementation of development activities, meeting dynamics (including gender relations, frequency, and productivity) (Institutional Maturity Index and Social Audit)
3. Equitable, inclusive, and participatory development processes are evidenced
4. MDUs hold GoU accountable to deliver the outlined infrastructure and services in time and with quality (score card)
5. MDUs function as effective development institutions that assist MCAs to identify beneficiary groups (e.g. those in need for social safety net schemes), create demand for services (e.g. health services), ensure that external development funds are prioritized based on the participatory QDPs, lobby for resources, and mobilize communities
6. MDUs, working with MCAs, lobby for additional resources to address key development issues that are not covered under UPVP and to contribute to poverty reduction
7. Communities, led by MDUs, engage in collective action to address local development issues on their own (e.g. clean and green communities)
Requirements to the candidate
Age: irrelevant
Gender: Irrelevant
Residence: Sirdarya/Jizzakh
Education: Higher
Professional requirements 1. Communities know their development rights, and MCA's and MDUs know their roles and responsibilities in achieving development in their communities
2. MDUs institutional practices improve over time (engagement in, planning and implementation of development activities, meeting dynamics (including gender relations, frequency, and productivity) (Institutional Maturity Index and Social Audit)
3. Equitable, inclusive, and participatory development processes are evidenced
4. MDUs hold GoU accountable to deliver the outlined infrastructure and services in time and with quality (score card)
5. MDUs function as effective development institutions that assist MCAs to identify beneficiary groups (e.g. those in need for social safety net schemes), create demand for services (e.g. health services), ensure that external development funds are prioritized based on the participatory QDPs, lobby for resources, and mobilize communities
6. MDUs, working with MCAs, lobby for additional resources to address key development issues that are not covered under UPVP and to contribute to poverty reduction
7. Communities, led by MDUs, engage in collective action to address local development issues on their own (e.g. clean and green communities)
Working conditions
Region Sirdarya/Jizzakh
Employment Full
Salary offered During the interview
Extra motivation Friendly team. High material incentives. Experience with international organizations.
Additional information
Additional information: The Consultant under this assignment will report to

The QF shall work in a team (one man and one woman) in the communities as facilitators and support MCAs, MDUs, and the community and community groups to achieve the outcomes listed above. The QF will also work closely with QE, PIU Regional Environmental and Social Safeguards Specialists, PIU Community Mobilization Specialist and PIU MIS specialist.

The initial duration of this assignment is 1 year, with three-month's probation and possibility of extension for a further year based on performance and/or availability of funds.
Work involves regular business trips.


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