Child Protection

Monday 24 May 2021

Terms of reference for consultancy for a creating Rulebook that provides services in the field of social protection in the Brčko District, as well as the Rulebook licensing of service providers and accreditation of services in the subject area

The consultant is expected to prepare a Rulebook (By-law)on detailed conditions and standards of work of organizations providing services in the field of social protection in Brcko District and a Rulebook (By-law) for licensing service providers and accreditation of services in the subject area, present draft documents to the Brcko District BiH Child Protection Working Group and staff SCI and collect comments to finalize the documents.

Friday 7 May 2021

Terms of Reference for Preparation of concept / schematic design project for small renovation work of some Tuzla Canton’s schools to promote the Inclusive Education Approach and Universal Design.

Consultancy’s main objective is to prepare concept / schematic design projects for small renovation works of premises in some schools in Tuzla Canton to promote the Inclusive Education Approach and Universal Design. The Ministry of Education and Science TK (MES) will identify 3-5 schools to implement small renovation works and improve the physical environment (i.e. accessible toilets, ramps, lighting and paint schemes to help visually impaired children, carpeting and acoustic tiling of classrooms to help deaf and hard of hearing pupils etc.). This assignment aims to prepare concept / schematic design projects for small renovation work of premises in the identified schools in Tuzla Canton. The goal is to promote the Inclusive Education Approach and Universal Design, which will develop the investment-technical project documentation for their renovation/adaptation.

Friday 7 May 2021

Terms of Reference for a consultant to develop of economic cost-benefit analysis relating to the transformation of the 2 special schools in Tuzla into Resource Centers

The main objective of the consultancy is to develop an economic cost-benefit analysis to examines whether the transformation of the 2 special schools in resource centers is economically viable and sustainable. The transformation process involves comprehensive reorganization of the existing system over an extended period, and the analysis has to provide an overview of the costs behind the transformation. Therefore, Save the Children invites requests for proposal from various experienced individual consultants and/or agencies to develop an economic cost-benefit analysis of the transformation process. The expert is expected to develop and finalize an economic cost-benefit analysis by analyzing legal, financial, and context-related aspects and will consider the best interest of children and their families. The study aims to lay solid facts and foundations for the implementation of the transformation process in an environment that is known for being complex and sensitive.

Thursday 1 April 2021

Terms of Reference for a consultant to develop and implement training sessions for Centers for Development of Inclusive practices staff on the topic of education and rehabilitation procedures in working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder

The purpose of this assignment is to provide expert support in the preparation and implementation of specific training on education and rehabilitation procedures in working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) for professionals working in CDIPs in Tuzla Canton. The main aim of this training is to educate and build skills of professionals of the CDIPs to work and adequately plan, organize and implement support for children with ASD. In the course of the training, participants should get detailed information about the developmental and functional specific features of children, the assessment methods and how to plan and implement support, all based scientific evidence and on examples from practice.

Friday 26 March 2021

Terms of reference for a consultant / company to develop Police Staff Welfare Program, and deliver Training for Trainers in well-being of police forces

The majority of police detective officers reported some degree of secondary traumatic stress symptoms as they are frequently exposed to traumatized complainants. The secondary traumatic stress is a combination of physical, emotional, and spiritual depletion associated with caring for patients in significant emotional pain and physical distress. Research shows that there was a statistically significant relationship between the type of crime and secondary traumatic stress among the police detective officers in the Family Violence, Child Protection and Sexual Offences unit. That is why Save the Children decided to help partners from law-enforcement to enhance their self-care and work more on their resilience and well-being in general. A consultant is expected to develop a Police Staff Welfare Program, and training program and based off to deliver Training for Trainers in well-being for representatives of law-enforcement from different parts of Bosnia and Herzegovina.

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