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Intitulé publication: Consultant; Partnerships and Resource Mobilization Expert
Département / Bureau: Office des Nations Unies contre la drogue et le crime
Lieu d'affectation: NAIROBI
Période de candidature: 15 décembre 2021 - 26 décembre 2021
No de l’appel á candidature: 21-United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime-170896-Consultant
Staffing Exercise N/A
Valeurs fondamentales de l'ONU: intégrité, professionnalisme, respect de la diversité
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Result of Service

The consultant is expected to deliver:
• Inception meeting and report;
• Report on research and stakeholder engagement undertaken;
• Resource Mobilization and Partnerships Strategy or and accompanying documents developed (including implementing or sub-strategies, M and E tool, concepts, funding proposals etc.);
• Final report of activities undertaken

Work Location

Nairobi, Kenya

Expected duration

60 Working Days between January and April 2022

Duties and Responsibilities

1. Background of the Assignment

As the global guardian of the United Nations standards and norms in crime prevention and criminal justice, UNODC is mandated to support Member States in upholding the rule of law, promoting crime prevention and effective, fair, humane, and accountable criminal justice systems. Within the framework of the UNODC Regional Programme for Eastern Africa (2016-2021), and in close cooperation with the Regional Section for Africa and the Middle East at UNODC headquarters, the Crime Prevention and Criminal Justice (CPCJ) Programme seeks to implement these objectives through support to major justice reforms processes undertaken by East African States.

In line with this mandate, the UNODC project ‘Strengthening the Administration of Justice and operationalising alternatives to imprisonment in Kenya’ aims to support the Government of Kenya to strengthen efficiency in delivery of judicial services, enhance coordination within the criminal justice sector and widen the use and application of alternatives to imprisonment. The project is designed to implement a part of the Programme for Legal Aid and Empowerment in Kenya (PLEAD). The Programme is funded by the European Union and targets the counties with the five largest urban centres in the country (Kisumu, Mombasa, Nairobi, Nakuru and Uasin Gishu) and seven counties of the most marginalised area within the country (Garissa, Isiolo, Lamu, Mandera, Marsabit, Tana River and Wajir).

The UNODC led PLEAD component centers on the following outcomes:

1. Court administration and case management strengthened;
2. Increased quality and efficiency in the criminal justice system;
3. Improved coherence and co-operation within the justice sector.

The PLEAD component implemented by UNODC targets support to the following institutions in the justice chain (national partners):

i. The National Council on the Administration of Justice (NCAJ);
ii. The Judiciary;
iii. The Office of the Director of Public Prosecutions (ODPP);
iv. The Probation and Aftercare Service (PACS);
v. The Witness Protection Agency (WPA).

The Judiciary is an independent arm of the government, established under Chapter 10 of the Constitution of Kenya. Its vision is to be the independent custodian of justice in Kenya, while its mission is to deliver justice fairly, impartially, and expeditiously, promote equal access to justice, and advance local jurisprudence by upholding the rule of law.

In line with the PLEAD outcomes above, UNODC seeks to support the Judiciary, and in particular the Office of the Chief Justice (OCJ) in fulfilling the Chief Justice’s Social Transformation Through Access to Justice (STAJ) vision for an “independent, efficient, accessible, responsive to the aspirations of Kenyans and a true guardian of the rule of law.” This vision is anchored in the Judiciary’s reform agenda outlined in the Judiciary Transformation Framework (JTF) and Sustaining Judiciary Transformation (SJT). UNODC and the PLEAD Programme will support OCJ through the consultancy services of the Partnerships and Resource Mobilization Expert.

2. Purpose of the Assignment

The Consultant will be responsible for the development of the OCJ’s Partnership and Resource Mobilization Strategy, as well as the development of an accompanying monitoring and evaluation (M and E) tool. These tasks shall be undertaken in consultation with the Judiciary Chief of Staff and other relevant Judiciary personnel.

3. Specific Tasks to be performed by the Consultant

The Consultant will work under the overall supervision of the Regional Representative and direct supervision of the Head of the Criminal Justice Programme UNODC ROEA, within the framework of the UNODC Regional Programme for Eastern Africa (2016-2021).

The Consultant will perform the following tasks:

• Undertake an inception meeting with OCJ and UNODC staff and submit an inception report outlining their understanding of the assignment and an implementation workplan for the assignment.
• Undertake the necessary research and stakeholder consultations necessary for the development of the required Partnership and Resource Mobilization Strategy, as well as the development of an accompanying monitoring and evaluation (M and E) tool. This task shall entail but not be limited to:
o Undertaking internal and external consultations as necessary to develop the said strategy and tool;
o Reviewing all the relevant strategic, policy and budgetary/financial documentation;
o Reviewing all ongoing donor funding projects.
• In coordination with relevant personnel, develop OCJ Partnerships and Resources Mobilization Strategy and M and E tool. The Strategy shall entail but not be limited to:
o Designing strategic fundraising concept based on the Judiciary’s Vision for Social Transformation through Access to Justice (STAJ);
o Develop outreach, advocacy or other related campaigns towards the goals of establishing and strengthening partnerships and mobilizing resources for OCJ;
o Review the needs of the Judiciary and propose areas of needed partnerships in alignment with the Judiciary’s vision for Social Transformation through Access to Justice (STAJ);
o Development of a matrix of present and potential Judiciary development partners;
o Development of a monitoring and evaluation (M and E) and other reporting tools for the Strategy developed;
• Final report of all activities undertaken under the consultancy.

Qualifications/special skills

Academic Qualifications: Advanced university degree (Master’s degree or equivalent) in Public Administration, Development Studies, Finance, Economics or a related field is required. A first-level university degree in similar fields in combination with two additional years of qualifying experience may be accepted in lieu of the advanced university degree.

Experience:
• A minimum of 10 years of work experience in donor partnership relationship management or resource mobilization is required;
• Experience in monitoring and evaluation or project management is required;
• Experience working with traditional and social media is desirable;
• Experience in supporting justice programs or actors is desirable;
• Experience working within Eastern Africa region is desirable.

Language: English and French are the working languages of the United Nations Secretariat. Fluency in English is required. Depending on the post location, fluency in another of the six United Nations official languages may be required. Knowledge of another United Nations official language is an advantage.

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