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Consultant(s) to evaluate SCN’s education projects in North East Syria

Søknadsfrist: 14.08.2017

Save the Children Norway is searching for consultant(s) to evaluate SCN’s education projects in North East Syria: Protective Emergency Education for Children in North East Syria and Schools as Zones of Peace. Save the Children is looking for a highly qualified consultant(s) with the possibility to travel to Derik in North East Syria.

 Deadline for application: 14th August 2017.


Terms of Reference

Evaluation of Save the Children’s Northeast Syria Education 2016-2017


Background/problem statement:

The protracted nature of the Syrian crisis has weakened the capacity of the education system to address critical educational needs in the country. 5.7M children and adolescents (in and out of school) are in need of education assistance. Total enrolment in pre-primary, primary and secondary school dropped by 44% from 2010 to 2014. One out of four schools is no longer operational, as schools and educational facilities continue to be attacked and suffer damage as a result of attacks, occupied by IDPs or military forces.

In northeast Syria, Save the Children International (SCI) operates within the self-declared Rojava region. While the governance structure and power dynamics between Rojava authorities and the government of Syria remain ambiguous and complex, in 2016, SC began working with the Rojava Ministry of Education (MoE) to support formal schools. Engaging with the Rojava MoE requires a high level of sensitivity and diligence to ensure adherence to humanitarian principles (namely neutrality) while also being granted access and trust to improve children’s access to quality formal education. Limited education related data exists in Al-Hassakeh governorate, however the 2015 multi-sector needs assessment (MSNA) conducted by SCI reports 44% of the sample size children were not attending schools. A more recent SCI supported 2017 MSNA reports that 71% of respondents reported that the standard of education is poor and that there is a significant need for rehabilitation of schools which have been badly damaged during the conflict.  SCI conducted a recent training of trainers (ToT) focusing on teacher wellbeing and collaboration, child protection, wellbeing and inclusion, and child centered learning methodologies. Through a post training evaluation, 100% of participants requested additional training opportunities, specifically mentioning the need for more practical classroom management strategies. To better inform SCIs education strategy and interventions, the current NMFA supported Schools as Zones of Peace project (SZOP) supports an assessment of the effects of conflict on education in the region. The SZOP  assessment seeks to fill in many of the information gaps including school age population and the capacity of the Rojava Ministry of Education to meet the educational needs of the population.

 In addition to the needs in host communities in Al Hassakeh, Al Hole refugee camp currently supports nearly 13,000 Iraqi refugees of which approximately 3,000 is estimated as primary school age. No support from Rojava Ministry of Education is provided and currently only one primary school is functioning with the capacity of 1,200 students only. SCI has completed construction of an additional temporary school under alternative funding. This school can serve an additional 1,800 students if operational and financial support is provided.  


Save the Children’s Response:

SCI began its humanitarian response program in Al-Hasakeh in northeast Syria in December 2013 with a cross-border NFI distribution through an established Iraq-based partner supported from SCI in Iraq. After thorough security analysis and assessment, SC established permanent operations in Al-Hasakeh in October 2014 to provide assistance to conflict-affected communities with an initial focus on Child Protection and Non-food items (NFI) distribution and expanded to education programming. Since 2015, the education team has received funding from the Norwegian Ministry of Foreign Affairs (NMFA), Swedish International Development Cooperation Agency (SIDA), Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC), among other donors. To date, SCI has delivered formal and non-formal education support to 37,621 children in both camp and non-camp locations in Al-Hasakeh governorate. Locations include: Derek/Al-Malikiyyeh (incl. Roj and Newroz camp), Tal Kocher, Al-Qamishli, Amouda, Jawadieh, Al Hole and Mabruka areas. This project will build and expand on two current NMFA projects, which largely support basic education through school rehabilitation, distribution of materials, basic teacher training and building community engagement to support safety of all students. Through this and previous projects, we are building a positive relationship with the Ministry of Education (MoE), which allows us to expand our reach, address needs identified through our programming, and expand into more quality education programming.


In late 2016 SCI started implementing the Schools as Zones of Peace project (SZOP) in addition to the project Protective Education for Children in North East Syria. The aim of SZOPs project is to ensure access to safe learning environments during conflict/post-conflict, increase capacity of communities, schools and children, and build local and national level engagement to protect education. This includes using participatory tools and methods to engage children. The project was implemented as a pilot, testing new methodologies in the area of implementation, including community based mechanisms, risk reduction and resilience and linking child protection to community structures.

After three years’ response in a very challenging environment, it is identified a need for an evaluation and assessment of the program implementation, achievements and obstacles, and identifying pathways for future programming of the Education Projects in Northeast Syria.


Implementing areas

Northeast Syria (Derik Field Office-based). The assignment will include field work in Northeast Syria.

Purpose of the Evaluation

The main purpose of the evaluation is to assess the process of implementation (fundamentally program management effectiveness), project outcomes and possible impact of the project, as related to the project design. The evaluation will focus on the following evaluation criteria; relevance, effectiveness and efficiency.

The main audience for the report is Save the Children International, Save the Children Norway and the NMFA. The report will also be shared with other key partners and stakeholders. 


Time period

The evaluation will cover the project period from April 2016-May 2017 for the project Protective Emergency Education for Children in North East Syria, and the Schools as Zones of Peace (SZOP) project from December 2016 to June 2017.


Scope and key questions

The evaluation framework is built upon ALNAP evaluating humanitarian action using OECD-DAC criteria.[1]



Relevance will be assessed by looking into whether the funding and support is consistent with local needs, priorities and possibilities, including the needs, priorities and possibilities of local partners. This should include: 


  1. Assess the relevance of the needs assessment done prior to the project implementation.
  2. Assess to which extent the project interventions have been designed, planned and implemented to meet the needs and interests of the affected populations. The assessment should include gender and social inclusion perspectives.
  3. Assess to which extent the project interventions have been planned and implemented around the needs of the local Rojava MoE.  
  4. Assess the selection criteria for schools to be rehabilitated.
  5. Assess to which extent project interventions have addressed the direct impact of conflict on the local educational operating environment (as intended).
  6. Assess to which extent the interventions have adhered to the Guidelines on humanitarian principals in conflict settings.





Effectiveness will be assessed by documenting effects at output/outcome level. This can be done for instance by emphasising tangible improvements for the target population and in the capacity and competence of any local partner organisations (e.g. strengthened human resource capacities and competence in leadership, planning, project management, financial management, reporting, resource mobilization, technical education delivery, cohesiveness of education programming, ability to mobilise target groups and represent local communities).


  1. Assess the degree of achievement of objectives and outcomes in the project plans (including all project components of NMFA 2016-2017 NE Syria and NMFA Schools as Zones of Peace (SZOP) (Nov 16 – June 17)). This should also include data validation for all reported results, through an audit of all internal program documents (internal documents will include: NFE/CCC teachers’ attendance, NFE/CCC student attendance, NFE/CCC student registration, PTA meeting records, PTA school action plan records, attendance forms for parents, training attendance forms for DoE, training attendance forms for NFE/CCC teachers NFE/CCC teacher observation and feedback forms, BoQ’s and rehabilitation records, procurement and distribution records for teacher/student materials distributions).
  2. Assess the quality and effectiveness of technical programming delivered (both through partners and directly), through looking at technical implementation and results/outcomes. Core technical areas to assess would include: teacher professional development and support, parent engagement/safety planning and support, content development, and actual service delivery. To which degree was SCI’s technical support for education service delivery effective and with high quality?  
  3. Assess the results reporting mechanisms and the quality of program data/databases (data verification).
  4. Assess which factors may explain achievement and non-achievement of results. What are the directly linked causal factors (operational, managerial, contextual, resources)?   
  5. Identify and assess any likely unintended consequences, positive or negative of the interventions.  



Efficiency measures the outputs, qualitative and quantitative, in relation to the inputs.

  1. Assess to which degree the activities have been cost-efficient, and analyse the reasons for efficiency or lack thereof including identifying key drivers for efficiency/ inefficiency.
  2. Assess to which degree the objectives were achieved on time. If not, identify the the main factors explaining delays.  
  3. Assess to which degree was the programme or project implemented in the most efficient way compared to alternatives in meeting project outcomes, including identifying which approaches could be taken to increase efficiency.  
  4. Assess the tendering process and quality of services delivered on school construction and rehabilitation.


While immediate life-saving and sustaining needs are an absolute priority, emergency relief should be a solid foundation for longer term human development, including cultural and environmental development. Longer term planning and coordination with developmental donors is needed to achieve integrated programmes that will link emergency programmes with middle term programmes, in particular rehabilitation, reconstruction and developmental programmes. This should aim to assist populations to re-establish and strengthen their own traditional coping mechanisms. Connectedness thus refers to the need to ensure that activities of a short-term emergency nature are carried out in a context that takes longer-term and interconnected problems into account.

  1. To which degree are interventions designed and implemented in a manner that supports longer term systems and partnerships?
  2. What role do existing education and child protection coordination mechanisms (including government ministries and departments) play in facilitating implemented project activities?[2]



The evaluation should involve both interviews with boys/girls, men/women, partners and stakeholders, field visits, and review of program document and programme data. A range of existing information, such as project documents and progress reports will be made available. Interviews should include key informants, and focus group discussions with children, parents and teachers at targeted schools. Information should be triangulated and validated.


Any limitations to obtaining and verification of program data as well as to the methods and analysis should be stated clearly and notified ahead of time. As far as possible, the evaluation should use gender disaggregated data.


The reviewer will take into account the guiding principles mentioned in the Save the Children International (SCI) Evaluation Handbook[3] and the ALNAP guideline on Evaluating Humanitarian Action using OECD-DAC criteria[4]. Since the field work would entail consulting directly with children, the reviewer needs to work in accordance with Save the Children’s Child Safeguarding Policy and Child Participation Principles and the Save the Children Code of Conduct.



  • Inception report not exceeding 15 pages (excluding annexes)
  • Draft report
  • Presentation of the draft findings and conclusions with stakeholders the country
  • Final report not exceeding 20 pages, excluding executive summary and annexes
  • Presentation of the final report for SC (in the region and/or Oslo)



The evaluation will be managed by a steering group in SCN. The steering group will be in regular contact with the team leader for the assignment and give input to and approve the inception, draft and final report.


The team leader of the evaluation will be responsible for identifying potential assistants to support him/her if necessary.  The team leader will be responsible for developing a sound methodology, planning and conducting a consultative evaluation and managing the data collection, as well as write the report and present the findings and recommendations.



The evaluation is estimated to 40 working days, including preparation, field work in Iraq, data analysis and report writing. A final timeline will be determined jointly by the steering group and the team leader.


Desired Competencies and skills of consultants (team of 2)

  • Degree in social sciences or equivalent with good understanding of education and/or humanitarian assistance programming and delivery;
  • Extensive and proven international experience in designing and conducting independent evaluations, desk studies and/or research of development programmes and advocacy;
  • Familiarity with humanitarian aid in the Middle East (preferably Iraq or Syria). One of the consultants should have working knowledge of the spoken language(s);
  • One of the consultants should have a proven track record of assessing constructions or rehabilitations and financial audits/assessments;  
  • Good communication, analytical and drafting skills.



Save the Children Norway will fund the evaluation by covering consultancy fees and travel related costs spent during the evaluation process.


Contact information:

Marine Vallet, Award Manager, SCN ( )

Veslemøy Ask, Senior Advisor Evaluations and Knowledge Management, SCN (


Please submit a brief expression of interest (max 3 pages), CVs of proposed consultants (team leader and consultant) and a budget outlining daily rates and travel costs.

Deadline for submission: 14th August 2017.

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The Coalition for Epidemic Preparedness Innovation (CEPI) invests in the development of vaccines to help prevent epidemic outbreaks of infectious diseases becoming public health emergencies. These emergencies result in loss of life, undermine social and economic development and can evolve into humanitarian crises. The headquarters of the CEPI is located in Oslo, where the Resource Mobilization team will be situated. Other nodes of the secretariat are located in London and New Delhi. The CEPI Secretariat Oslo office is currently hosted by the Norwegian Institute of Public Health, who will be your official employer.

To support this exciting project we are seeking a program assistant to work on resource mobilization and partner engagement. The position will have a duration lasting until end of 2017, with potential for extension. Candidates that can start on short notice are preferred.   


Job description

Specific responsibilities include, but are not limited to, supporting the Chief Executive and the Resource Mobilization team in:

  • Assist in coordination of resource mobilization activities across the wider partner network of CEPI;
  • Assist in developing a resource mobilization strategy, including the necessary mapping of political developments in relevant countries, as well as potential partner foundations and industries/corporations;
  • Identify meeting opportunities and events that are relevant for building partnerships;
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  • Liaise with the communications team on issues that are relevant to the resource mobilization work;
  • Other duties as assigned.

Experience from administrative and organizational support in political science, international relations and/ global health and global health research is desirable. Experience from the global political environment, including western and low- and middle- income countries will be viewed favorably.



  • A Master’s degree in political science, international relations or equivalent experience;
  • Understanding of global health and pharmaceutical industry is beneficial;
  • Understanding of emerging infectious diseases and vaccines not essential but very helpful;
  • Excellent organizational, writing, and communication skills in English (Norwegian helpful);
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  • Ability to work well with the interim deputy CEO and existing team members will be a key qualification;
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  • Fluency in English is essential, preferably also in Norwegian;
  • Flexibility, due to timezone differences some teleconferences may occur in the early evening, you will be compensated with time in lieu/flexi-time if this is necessary.


We offer

An interesting job in an emerging field with consequences in the global health area. Diverse assignments in a stimulating environment, located in Oslo, Norway.

A flexible working environment.

Salary according to qualifications and the Norwegian public wage scales

Privileges from the Norwegian Public Service Pension Fund

An inclusive workplace committed to diversity


Miscellaneous info

Travel: Some travelling may be expected, depending on the expertise of the candidate.


Send a short application (max 1 page) and CV to by 28 July 2017.

For any questions regarding the position, please contact Ole Kristian Aars

Mobile: 92692889


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Misjonsalliansens landkontor i Monrovia dekker vår virksomhet i Liberia og Sierra Leone innenfor lokalsamfunnsutvikling og mikrofinans. Prosjektene i lokalsamfunnsutvikling har p.t. særlig vekt på WASH, SGBV og utdanning. Diaconia MDI er vår mikrofinansbank etablert i Liberia av Alliance Microfinance, et heleid selskap av Misjonsalliansen.  Arbeidet er finansiert med støtte fra individuelle faddere, givere og Norad. Landkontoret har i dag to ansatte.

Misjonsalliansen planlegger vekst i Liberia og Sierra Leone og søker etter inntil fire nye utsendinger til landkontoret. Dersom ektepar søker, kan de vurderes og ansettes på like vilkår.


Landkontorets ansvar

  • Representere Misjonsalliansen i nært samarbeid med hovedkontoret i Norge
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Ønskede kvalifikasjoner

Vi ønsker kandidater med bakgrunn og kvalifikasjoner innenfor ett eller flere av følgende områder:

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  • Sertifikat for bil


Arbeidssted: Monrovia. En god del lokal reisevirksomhet må påregnes.

Utreise Januar 2018 og august 2018 (etter avtale)


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Se mer om arbeidet i Liberia på våre hjemmesider:

Ansettelse for minimum fire år. Lønn og pensjonsordninger etter Misjonsalliansens regulativ.

Søknad med CV sendes på e-post til


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Kontaktperson: Hanne Holmberg Chavez, eller Trine Grønborg Christensen Telefon 22 94 26 00

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Dette ønsker vi av deg:

  • Erfaring fra arbeid med ungdom og/eller frivillig arbeid.

  • Har et bevisst forhold til informasjonsformidling til ungdom

  • Har god skriftlig og muntlig fremstillingsevne både på norsk og engelsk, og gjerne erfaring med ulik type tekstproduksjon.

  • Liker å snakke med ungdom, og har tålmodighet og trygghet i veiledning av ungdommer.

  • Er motivert for å jobbe med ungdom og er engasjert, initiativrik og interessert i å lære bort det du selv kan.

  • Du må kunne jobbe tett sammen med andre i et lite kontor med åpent landskap.

  • Erfaring med holde foredrag/kurs for ungdom er en fordel.

  • Å snakke/skrive et tredjespråk er en fordel.


Generelle IT-kunnskaper og erfaring med wordpress/nettsider vil være ønskelig for én av stillingene.

Vi ønsker en mangfoldig arbeidsplass, og oppfordrer alle kvalifiserte kandidater til å søke, uavhengig av bakgrunn. Lønn etter gjeldende overenskomst med UngOrgs lokale fagforening, for tiden 381 713,25 kroner per år. Gode arbeidstidsordninger, et dynamisk arbeidsmiljø og varierte og meningsfulle oppgaver. Arbeidstid kl 9:30-17:00 hverdager samt ca hver 4. lørdag. Noe kvelds- og helgearbeid må påregnes.

Send kortfattet søknad og CV som én samlet PDF på e-post til

Merk e-posten "Søknad ungdomsveileder/informasjonskonsulent".


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Søknadsfrist: Snarest

Man trenger ikke å være en «kjernefamilie» for å bli vertsfamilie med AFS. Om man er én eller to foreldre, med små, store, voksne, mine, dine, våre eller ingen barn har ingen betydning.

AFS Norge jobber med utveksling av elever i inn- og utland, der vårt overordnede mål er fred og forståelse mellom ulike kulturer. 19. august ankommer høstens utvekslingselever i Norge, og mange av de venter spent på å vite hvor skal bo neste skoleår, samt hvilken norske familie skal ta de imot! 

Som vertsfamilie i AFS tar man imot et ekstra familiemedlem for 2-10 måneder. AFSeren skal bli en del av familien - og dele både hverdager og høytider, gleder og sorger. Alle familietyper kan bli vertsfamilier!

Ønsker du å bidra i verdens største humanitære organisasjon?

Søknadsfrist: 01.08.2017

Røde Kors Ungdom søker kandidater til Landsråd for Røde Kors Ungdom og Sentral valgkomité til Røde Kors Ungdom!

Røde Kors Ungdom driver aktivitet for sårbare unge i alderen 13-30, og er rådgivende organ for ungdomsspørsmål i Norges Røde Kors. Røde Kors Ungdom arbeider i aktivitet direkte med andre unge, driver holdningsskapende arbeid og politisk påvirkning. Vi er for, av og med ungdom og løser humanitære utfordringer gjennom engasjement, demokrati og kunnskap.

Høres dette ut som noe for deg? Er du mellom 15 og 30 år? Sitter du med et stort engasjement om å gjøre en forskjell i verden? Har du lyst på nye utfordringer, og er villig til å gjøre en innsats? Da er det akkurat deg vi er på utkikk etter som kandidat til Røde Kors Ungdoms landsråd og valgkomité!



Søknadsfrist: 01.08.2017

Solidaritetsarbeidet i Jayyous går ut på å høste oliven og utføre annet landsbruksarbeid. Oppholdets lengde er på seks uker, og Palestinakomiteen sender team med inntil fire personer.

Når: Oktober/november 2017  

Du får ikke lønn for å være solidaritetsarbeider, men Palestinakomiteen gir reisestøtte og et to dagers opphold i Jerusalem med guidet tur. Du bor gratis under enkle forhold. Mat får du også på stedet.

For mer informasjon og søknadsskjema, kontakt prosjektkoordinator Arne Birger Heli på Du kan også lese mer på Palestinakomiteens hjemmesider:

Frivillige til Oslo Afro Arts Festival

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OAAF er en årlig festival som setter fokus på afro arts: Kunst og musikk med bakgrunn i afrikansk tradisjon og kultur. Festivalprogrammet byr på konserter, spoken-word/poesi, danseforestillinger, filmvisninger, workshops, foredrag og arrangementer for barn og unge, samt en utefestival med konserter, afrikansk marked, salgsboder, mat og aktiviteter for barn.

NÅR og HVOR: Torsdag 24. – søndag 27. august på Grønland i Oslo

Siden 2014 har vi vært så heldige å ha et fantastisk team av frivillige som arbeider på festivalen. De frivillige er festivalens bærebjelke og selve kjernen for festivalens suksess. Uten dem ville ikke Oslo Afro Arts Festival eksistert. Som frivillig får du en unik opplevelse, bidrar til å gi barn og unge en arena for å utvikle sine talenter, så vel som en inkluderende, familievennlig og rimelig festival.

Vi tilbyr en rekke forskjellige jobber. Du trenger ikke tidligere erfaring, bare godt humør, stå-på vilje og team-spirit. Som frivillig får du gratis tilgang til alle festivalarrangementer, 3 gratis konsertbilletter til venner og familie, årets festival t-skjorte, gratis mat og drikke dagen(e) du jobber.