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2023/13 Terms of Reference: Communication Consultant in Jordan

Deadline to apply: January 31,2023.

For this consultancy, please send an email to the following addresses:
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26/01/2023
31/01/2023
2023/12 Support the organization of the orientation sessions for job seekers on ILO’s Career Guidance for the Republic of Iraq and the Kurdistan Region of Iraq (KRI)

Deadline to apply: January 31,2023.

For this consultancy, please send an email to the following addresses:
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26/01/2023
31/01/2023
2023/11 Supply Furniture for labour and social security inspection training center at the Ministry of Labour and Social Affairs, Baghdad, Iraq"

BOQ for admin room #01

BOQ for admin room #02

BOQ for Class Room

BOQ for Hall Way

BOQ for Meeting Room

  Deadline to apply: January 31,2023.

For this consultancy, please send an email to the following addresses:
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19/01/2023
31/01/2023
2023/10 TERMS OF REFERENCE: OPT Communication Consultancy


The ILO Representative Office in Jerusalem has identified the need for greater communication and visibility of its work, not only to beneficiaries, but also to tripartite partners and development partners/donors, as well as the media and the general public.

Accordingly, the ILO in OPT is planning to hire an experienced communication consultant to propose and implement a dedicated media and communication strategy to boost awareness and visibility of ILO interventions, as well as its implementing and development partners in OPT, that fall under the new DWP and the on-going projects.

The consultant will also highlight the relevance of the DWP in responding to the priorities identified in the UNSDCF for OPT.

  Deadline to apply: January 22,2023.

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17/01/2023
22/01/2023
2023/09 TERMS OF REFERENCE: Building the capacity of healthcare providers on Mental Health Gap Action Programme (mhGAP)-Intervention Guide (IG)


Better work Jordan is implementing a mental health project to enhance the mental health of migrant workers in Jordan. The project started in January 2021, aiming to become more resilient against mental health risks, including seeking psychosocial support when necessary. Besides target factories and the mental health referral system, they reach more workers needing psychosocial support, including women and migrant workers.

WHO launched the WHO Mental Health Gap Action Program (mhGAP) in 2008, intending to scale up care for mental, neurological, and substance use (MNS) disorders. This program aims to enhance the capacity for early detection and management of mental health problems for non-specialist healthcare providers. This is to be done by improving the knowledge, skills, and attitudes on mental health and supporting actual practice change and integration to accommodate mental health into primary care practice. The general objectives of this consultancy are:
 1- Build the capacity of health care providers at the primary health care level of the garment factories clinics on mhGAP-IG (Intervention Guide) to improve individual clinicians’ proficiency in the diagnosis and management of Mental Health (MH)
 2- Provide the mhGAP program participants with the necessary tools to enable the integration of MH interventions into their clinical practice.
 3- Provide regular monthly supervision to the mhGAP program participants.

  Deadline to apply: January 26,2023.

For this consultancy, please send an email to the following addresses:
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10/01/2023
26/01/2023
2023/08 EXTENDED: TERMS OF REFERENCE: Consultancy to Manage Data Collection for assessment in Basra, Iraq


For this consultancy, please send an email to the following addresses:
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08/01/2023
18/01/2023
2023/07 Terms of Reference to conduct business analysis for the development of a Dashboard for the National Social Protection Strategy (NSPS) that Enables Tracking and Reporting on Progress and Performance on NSPS Goals.


Towards an inclusive national social protection system and accelerating decent job opportunities for Syrians and vulnerable Jordanians”, is a joint program between the ILO and UNICEF that is funded by the EU MADAD Fund.

This ILO-UNICEF Joint Programme serves to support the implementation of the Jordanian National Social Protection Strategy (2019-2025). In addition, the project aims to support the Government of Jordan (GoJ) in achieving a sustainable social protection system by supporting government institutions in building evidence towards enhanced evidence-based policymaking.
The overall objectives of this ToR is to contract a consultant/ consulting company to conduct the business analysis for an analytical tool/ dashboard for the National Social Protection Strategy, as a data visualization tool and display including the most important information and data needed to support the decision-making process for policymakers in the social protection sector in Jordan and specifically MoSD as a lead on this sector, the focus will be to present data in a clear and approachable way that facilitates the decision-making process for its users, regardless of their level of expertise..

  Deadline to apply: January 19,2023.


For this consultancy, please send an email to the following addresses:
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05/01/2023
19/01/2023
2023/06 Call for Expression of Interest for Internal Mid-term Evaluation - Mental Health Project- Better Work Jordan.



ILO considers evaluation an integral part of the implementation of technical cooperation projects. Evaluation requirements are made in all projects in accordance with ILO evaluation policy and based on the nature of the project and the specific requirements agreed upon at the time of the project design and during the project as per established procedures.

The overall project objective is improving workers' mental well-being, especially among women and migrant workers, in the garment sector in Jordan.

  Deadline to apply: January 19,2023.


For this consultancy, please send an email to the following addresses:
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05/01/2023
19/01/2023
2023/05 TERMS OF REFERENCE: Consultancy to Support the implementation, monitoring of activities in Basra, Iraq


For this consultancy, please send an email to the following addresses:
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05/01/2023
14/01/2023
2023/04 Call for proposals: Company to implement behaviourally-informed social media campaign to change behaviours of employers of domestic workers in the Gulf Cooperation Council



The FAIRWAY Programme is an inter-regional initiative which addresses underlying causes of decent work deficits for migrant workers, particularly African migrant workers, in the Arab States. With a focus on key sectors where vulnerable migrant workers are engaged—including domestic work and the construction sector—FAIRWAY seeks to address the interlinked structural, behavioural, and practical barriers to improved labour migration. In particular, the FAIRWAY Programme aims to tackle discriminatory public attitudes towards women and men migrant workers.


ILO and other research with employers of domestic workers in Lebanon, Jordan and Kuwait between 2015-2016 found that in general employers exhibit a low level of knowledge about their rights and responsibilities under the respective laws. Furthermore, they do not actively seek information but instead rely heavily on second-hand information and substitute decision making by recruitment agencies, or their perception of social norms.
  Deadline to apply: January 29,2023.


For this consultancy, please send an email to the following addresses:
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05/01/2023
29/01/2023
2023/03 Call for proposals: Consultant to conduct impact assessment of behaviourally-informed social media campaign to change behaviours of employers of domestic workers in the Gulf Cooperation Council



The FAIRWAY Programme is an inter-regional initiative which addresses underlying causes of decent work deficits for migrant workers, particularly African migrant workers, in the Arab States. With a focus on key sectors where vulnerable migrant workers are engaged—including domestic work and the construction sector—FAIRWAY seeks to address the interlinked structural, behavioural, and practical barriers to improved labour migration. In particular, the FAIRWAY Programme aims to tackle discriminatory public attitudes towards women and men migrant workers.


ILO and other research with employers of domestic workers in Lebanon, Jordan and Kuwait between 2015-2016 found that in general employers exhibit a low level of knowledge about their rights and responsibilities under the respective laws. Furthermore, they do not actively seek information but instead rely heavily on second-hand information and substitute decision making by recruitment agencies, or their perception of social norms.
  Deadline to apply: January 29,2023.


For this consultancy, please send an email to the following addresses:
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05/01/2023
29/01/2023
2023/02
revised
Terms of Reference: Revision and Enhancement of SFD’s Manuals of Cash for Work , community contracting, Environmental and Social Safeguards and Occupational Safety and Health



The ILO in Yemen has worked on building peace and resilience by creating jobs and income opportunities, enhancing employability as well as strengthening institutional capacity in conflict-affected areas.

Since the conflict began in 2015, Yemen has witnessed severe infrastructure damage and the economy has contracted by more than 40 per cent.
Integrating Employment Intensive approaches in infrastructure investments can create new productive and decent jobs and strengthen capacity in the domestic construction industry. Furthermore, it advances socio-economic development and contributes to national cohesion and solidarity through income-generating jobs, skills development and improved public services.
  Deadline to apply: January 31,2023.


For this consultancy, please send an email to the following addresses:
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04/01/2023
31/01/2023
2023/01 Terms of Reference for Consultancy - Finalization Transition Model.

Towards an inclusive national social protection system and accelerating decent job opportunities for Syrians and vulnerable Jordanians”, is a joint program between the ILO and UNICEF that is funded by the EU programme MADAD.

This ILO - UNICEF Joint Programme serves to support the implementation of the Jordanian National Social Protection Strategy (2019-2025). In addition, the project aims to support the GoJ in achieving a sustainable social protection system by supporting government institutions in building evidence towards enhanced evidence-based policy making.

  Deadline to apply: January 11,2023.


For this consultancy, please send an email to the following addresses:
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02/01/2023
11/01/2023
2022/166 Terms of Reference for External Collaboration Contract Mapping Pro‐Productivity Organizations, Networks and Programmes in the Middle East and North Africa and benchmarking with other comparable countries from other regions – good practices and lessons learned

The ILO Centenary Declaration for the Future of Work, adopted by the ILC in 2019, emphasizes the need “to shape a future of work with full, productive and freely chosen employment”. It states that ILO constituents view productivity as a catalyst for creating decent work, inclusive growth and shared prosperity. The topic of productivity as a driver for decent work and inclusive growth has traditionally arouse the interest of ILO constituents. The discussion on Decent Work and Productivity during the 341st session of the ILO Governing Body of March 2021 showed that increasing productivity is a shared concern of ILO constituents and called for an integrated and inclusive long‐term approach for productivity growth that takes into consideration global trends, technological innovations, health and political crisis as well as climate change effects on sectors and communities.

The ILO Regional offices in the Arab States (ROAS) as well as the ILO in other regions, in particular in Africa have been engaged in responding to this priority. “The National productivity organizations: repositioning for relevance and impact” covering the Caribbean was published in in 2020 and an” Assessment of the state of national productivity ecosystems for enterprises in African Union member states” in partnership with the Pan African productivity association (PAPA) is under preparation.

  Deadline to apply: January 13,2023.


For this consultancy, please send an email to the following addresses:
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19/12/2022
13/01/2023
2022/165 Request for Proposal- Labour and Occupational Safety and Health Inspection Electronic Case Management System Development"

Response to the questions by bidders

  Deadline to apply: January 07,2023.


For this consultancy, please send an email to the following addresses:
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15/12/2022
07/01/2023
2022/164 Communications Consultant for Social Protection in Lebanon
 
The ILO is seeking a communications consultant to support in promoting ILO’s approach to Social Protection by popularizing technical concepts and international standards, and supporting the Social Grants team in their efforts to engage stakeholders (media, partners, general public), and to disseminate ILO’s recommendations on social protection reform in the Country, in a way that is relevant and accessible.

Suppliers are invited to share the following documents by 31 January 2023 with the ILO social protection team in Beirut to Apply

  • CV and portfolio, including at least one of the following: video; infographic; or social media campaign, prepared by the candidate Two articles in Arabic written by the candidate
  • Two articles in English written by the candidate
  • Financial proposal (Daily Rate)
15/12/2022
31/01/2023
2022/161 Conducting End-line Survey for the project "Enhancing labour governance, inspection and working conditions in response to COVID 19"

  Deadline to apply: January 02,2023.


For this consultancy, please send an email to the following addresses:
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04/12/2022
02/01/2023











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