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Request for Proposal (RFP) : USAID Networks for Peace- Virtual HCD Workshop Co-Facilitator

Please feel free to click the link https://bit.ly/3bDULkc for understand full information.


 

Background

FHI 360 is a non-profit human development organization dedicated to improving lives in lasting ways by advancing integrated, locally driven solutions. Our staff includes experts in Health, Education, Nutrition, Environment, Economic Development, Civil Society, Gender, Youth, Research and Technology; creating a unique mix of capabilities to address today's interrelated development challenges. FHI 360 serves more than 60 countries, all 50 U.S. states and all U.S. territories.


About Networks for Peace

Networks for Peace is a five-year USAID funded program that started in October 2019 and seeks to foster collective engagement across Asia in support of intra- and interfaith harmony. Implemented by FHI 360, Networks for Peace will work with civil society organizations (CSOs) and networks to design and implement a program that promotes peaceful coexistence, starting in Myanmar, Sri Lanka, and Thailand.

Networks for Peace will take a regional approach to support relevant civil society groups and networks through the following: i) targeted research supporting regional information sharing and knowledge exchange on the topic, ii) provision of networking opportunities for a range of CSOs involved in promoting intra- and interfaith harmony, iii) awarding grants to CSOs to implement targeted peacebuilding activities. Peacebuilding activities will include grants to address hate speech, misinformation, and disinformation and/or promote positive narratives.


Co-Facilitator Roles and Responsibilities

FHI 360 is currently seeking a Co-Facilitator for an upcoming virtual Human-Centered Design (HCD) workshop to be held in February 2021 with civil society organizations and social enterprises from Myanmar, Sri Lanka, and Thailand. The virtual workshop will gather organizations that work to address hate speech, misinformation, disinformation and promote positive alternative narratives. Networks for Peace will select participants, who display an interest in regional collaboration, knowledge exchange, and learning. Participants will be invited to refine and test their ideas with peer practitioners at the HCD workshop. Participants will then be invited to apply for grants to pilot follow-on activities.


HCD Workshop Background

Networks for Peace will issue an expression of interest (EOI) to identify participants for the HCD Workshop and anticipates convening the virtual HCD Workshop the first week of February 2021. This event will gather organizations who demonstrate i) a track record working to address hate speech, misinformation, and disinformation and/or promote alternative narratives, and ii) a willingness to share knowledge and collaborate with peers. Participants will be expected to embrace a spirit of transparency and collegiality as they engage with like-minded organizations from across the region. Networks for Peace will select participants, who have a technical background working on these issues in one or more of the following countries: Myanmar, Sri Lanka, and/or Thailand.

The virtual workshop will be held in English and give participants the opportunity to network with one another and take part in facilitated sessions using HCD methodologies to develop grant ideas in a collaborative or joint fashion. Design thinking methodologies introduced at the workshop will promote the ability to collectively learn, create, brainstorm, share, and test ideas. Networks for Peace anticipates convening follow-on HCD Workshops with the same -if not similar- cohort of organizations in subsequent years of the program to deepen these linkages across the region.


Scope of Work

The Co-Facilitator will work with Networks for Peace and participants to design and implement the virtual HCD Workshop. The selected consultant will leverage her/his technical experience to provide substantive input on i) how best to design activities that will work to address hate speech, misinformation, disinformation and/or promote positive alternative narratives, and ii) which design thinking methodologies should be used during the HCD Workshop to develop these activities.

The consultant is expected to work against the following set of deliverables, for an anticipated Level of Effort (LOE) of about 20 days. The period of performance will conclude on February 28, 2021.

 

Deliverable

Position Description

Dates/ Anticipated LOE

Kick-Off and Preparation

  1. Participate in a Kick-Off with the Networks for Peace team to determine roles, responsibilities, and timelines.

Upon contract execution

Virtual HCD Workshop Preparations

  1. Background research and review EOIs to become familiar with the participants, their work, capabilities, and needs, as well as the program context.
  2. Provides technical inputs for the grant program and RFA by early January.
  3. Develops agenda, curricula, facilitation guides, and materials for participants with the Technical Advisor. This includes any pre-work and information for the participants.

Dec 15th - January 31st/

12 days

Co-Facilitate HCD Workshop

  1. Co-facilitates virtual HCD workshop with the Technical Advisor and Networks for Peace team. This will be split out into several short sessions over the course of one full week and will require pre- and post-preparations on each day to adapt curricula as needed.
  2. Supports the Technical Advisor and Communications Specialist to design and collect communications materials from the HCD Workshop.

First week of February/

5 days

HCD Workshop Follow-up

  1. Participate in an internal After-Action Review with the Technical Advisor and RMEL Advisor.
  2. Produce a short workshop report to circulate with participants within one week of the HCD Workshop.

Mid- to Late February/

3 days

TOTAL

20 days


 

Eligibility

Eligible applicants are individuals, who may or may not be affiliated with local non-governmental organizations, non-profit, and/or private organizations.


Qualifications and Evaluation Criteria

Networks for Peace will only consider applicants who:

  1. Demonstrating an understanding of matters of digital rights and/or online hate speech, misinformation, and disinformation is required in at least one of the following countries: Myanmar, Sri Lanka, Thailand. Demonstrating an understanding of the dynamics of social mobilization online is strongly encouraged.

  2. Technical experience working on strategic communications, media, and/or Information and Communications Technology (ICT) is required; experience working to address online hate speech, misinformation, disinformation, and/or promote positive narratives is strongly preferred.

  3. Experience facilitating design thinking or human-center design approaches is required; Experience running virtual design or co-creation workshops is strongly preferred.

  4. Experience working in South or Southeast Asia is required.

  5. Fluency in written and spoken English is required.

Application Instructions

Please click the link https://bit.ly/3bDULkc for full information.

Applicants must submit all application materials to the project email address (NetworksforPeaceProject@fhi360.org) by 17:00 Bangkok time on November 27, 2020. All applications must include the subject line: USAID Networks for Peace- HCD Workshop Co-Facilitator.


Applications must include the following:

  1. A cover letter that should:

  2. express the applicant’s interest in the position and ability to co-facilitate the workshop

  3. outline the applicant’s qualifications, technical knowledge of the subject matter, and experience implementing collaborative design methodologies

  4. include an indicative daily rate[1]

  5. Current CV and at least three references

  6. Complete FHI 360 Biodata form (https://bit.ly/2DDdPCj) (signed and dated)

FHI 360 Disclaimers

    • FHI 360 may perform a background check on any selected applicants
    • FHI 360 may cancel the solicitation and not award
    • FHI 360 may reject any or all responses received
    • Issuance of the solicitation does not constitute an award commitment by FHI 360
    • FHI 360 reserves the right to disqualify any offer based on failure of the offeror to follow solicitation instructions
    • FHI 360 will not compensate any offeror for responding to solicitation
    • FHI 360 reserves the right to issue award based on initial evaluation of offers without further discussion
    • FHI 360 may choose to award only part of the activities in the solicitation, or issue multiple awards based on the solicitation activities
    • FHI 360 reserves the right to waive minor proposal deficiencies that can be corrected prior to award determination to promote competition

 

[1] Due to travel restrictions presented by the COVID-19 pandemic, the HCD workshop will be held online. Therefore, this consultancy will not require travel.

 

 

Contact : NetworksforPeaceProject@fhi360.org


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