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INVITATION TO BID FOR CONSULTANCY  RESEARCH SEXUAL GENDER BASED VIOLENCE (CRISIS: RAPE & MURDER OF WOMEN AND GIRLS IN SOMALIA)

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INVITATION TO BID FOR CONSULTANCY

Save the Children International (SCI) Somalia program hereby invites interested consultants to bid for the consultancy assignment detailed below

1 Title of Consultancy

RESEARCH SEXUAL GENDER BASED VIOLENCE (CRISIS: RAPE & MURDER OF WOMEN AND GIRLS IN SOMALIA)

2 SCI Contracting Office Save the Children

Garowe, puntland office

3 Period of Consultancy 15 days including data collection and travel days.
4 Consultant type required Either Individual or Firm
5 Responsibility for Logistics arrangements and Costs The consultant will be responsible his travel costs that might consisted of Ticket, accommodation, security, VISA and other local movement costs. The consultant should provide his/her daily rate fee in the cover letter.
6 Taxation Provisions Consultant shall be responsible for all Taxes arising from the consultancy in line with the local Tax regulations applicable at the SCI contracting office named above
7 Travel requirements The consultant is required to travel to all areas that the activity will take place ( Bossaso, north and south Galkacyo, Dhusamareeb and Addado) during the consultancy activities.
8 Security requirements Consultant will comply with standard Save the Children Security procedures, including the completion of SCI online security training prior to travel to Somalia
9 Qualification and Experience Education and experience

  • The lead researcher should hold a Ph.D. or MA in Gender or International relations with a specific focus on gender equality, rape & murders study modules, education, health, child rights, or child protection qualitative/quantitative research. 
  • S/He should have at least 5 years’ experience in conducting qualitative/quantitative research in Somalia or neighbouring countries or similar contexts. 
  • The researcher must be self-driven, able to lead and work with minimal supervision, results-oriented, prepared to work under tight deadlines and to deliver quality products.
  • The researcher should speak competent English and or/Somali language and should be able to write formal reports in English.
10 Evaluation Criteria His relevance in terms of experience and qualification are the key areas to be observed.
11 Application Procedure Interested consultants should submit their applications via email to [Puntland.supplychain@savethechildren.org].

The applications should be submitted in PDF format as one document comprising Technical and Financial sections as detailed below.

a)     Technical proposal – including but not limited to :

·         Consultants understanding of the assignment and context

·         Approach to the assignment

·         Methodology

·         Tools

·         Deliverables

·         Workplan

·         Key staff biodata

 

b)     Financial proposal – providing a breakdown of all charges related to the assignment.

Applicants should also indicate the date they are available to start working on the consultancy

All applications MUST be submitted on or before the closing date below to be considered for the assignment.

12 Closing date for Applications Interested consultants shall submit their applications through the email address provided above on or before (10th December, 2019 during the business day)

Shortlisted candidates will be requested for an interview.

 

13 Terms of Reference (ToR) Complete ToR with details appended below attached herewith as    Annex 1.

  • Purpose of the consultancy,
  • Introduction of the project,
  • Background of the consultancy,
  • Objectives of the consultancy,
  • Proposed methodology and approach,
  • Scope of work,
  • Key deliverables / outputs
  • Activity timelines

ANNEX 1 : Consultancy Terms of Reference

Insert Terms of Reference

TERMS OF REFERENCE (TORs)

RESEARCH (CRISIS: RAPE & MURDER OF WOMEN AND GIRLS IN SOMALIA)

BACKGROUND

Durable Solutions for Returnees & IDPs in Somalia (DSRIS) is an integrated education, protection, and health project, funded by EuropeAid through SC Netherlands as the grant beneficiary. DSRIS is a consortium led by CARE International and jointly implemented by Save the Children International (SCI) Somalia in Puntland & Galmudung States of Somalia, targeting an anticipated total reach of 90,000 living in 12,000 households. 80% of these are IDPs (8 IDP settlements and 5 host communities). The study will target following project districs; Bossaso, north and south Galkacio, Adado and Dhusamareeb.The project works closely with the Ministry of Women Development and family Affairs (MowDAFA), Ministry of Health (MoH), Ministry of Interior (MOI), Ministry of education (MOE), and Ministry of Labour, Youth & Sports (MoLYS).  The project aims to achieve two (2)outcomes as follows,

Result 1: Increased equitable access to quality basic services for IDPs and other vulnerable groups

Result – 2: Increased self-sufficiency through sustainable and durable livelihood opportunities for youth and women

The focus of the project is partly to increase access and uptake of education, WASH, health, child protection, and GBV services. This is partially being realised through the provision of appropriate preventative and responsive case management support to children at risk of separation, rights violation, SGBV, and support to unaccompanied and separated children (UASC) in Adado. Provision of psychosocial support services (PSS), medical, and legal assistance to survivors of GBV and FGM through strengthening existing child protection referral pathways. Identification and support to separated and unaccompanied children and conducting family tracing and reunification services, including facilitating appropriate community based interim care arrangements during the FTR process.

RESEARCH RATIONALE AND PURPOSE

To this end, SCI Somalia and CARE Somalia plan to commission a study in the target areas, namely, Puntland and Galmudung States. Broadly, the purpose of this study will be to,

  • Provide sufficient qualitative and quantitative evidence and insights into existing and emerging rape and murder cases as well as related broader SRGBV issues in project coverage areas in order to understand the complexity and nuances that are informed by local voices.
  • Explore the girls, boys, parents/caregivers, communities, schools, state governments, and national government officials positive and negative attitudes towards increased SRGBV reporting and actions taken, legal frameworks, project activities, and broader campaigns to determine areas that could be triggering rape & murder cases.
  • Understand any changes or shifts in girls’ and boys’, parents’ / communities’ knowledge, attitudes and perceptions towards gender equality and gender norms, which might be contributing to the increase in rape and murder cases to determine what could be supporting or undermining the rape and murder.
  • Understand the girls’ and boys’, parents’ and communities’ responses to cases of rape and murder – who do they blame, what changes do they perceive needs to happen in the family or community to respond to this, any changes in the attitudes towards how women and girls are treated or expected to behave. This is to inform our understanding of what approaches and interventions should be taken.
  • Understand the evolving nature of the broader local perspectives, needs, and contexts within which DSRIS in continuing to provide girls education and health services in the two states.
  • Contribute to the understanding of what works and what doesn’t work in SRGBV interventions in mitigating rape & murder cases in other similar contexts. Using learning from Save the Children and CAREs interventions in project coverage areas and the broader body of literature and stakeholders documentation.

RESEARCH OBJECTIVES

The overall objective of the research is to provide insights into the challenges and factors that enable and at times undermine girl’s safety and how these can be best addressed to promote their education, protection, and health. Using qualitative and quantitative evidence and insights, the research will aim to identify and understand the enablers and disablers of our programming and interventions, girls’ safety and access to services, the root causes and norms that underpin these issues, and the needs and opportunities to overcome them. The research should examine current levels/rates of rape & murder cases. This research will also assess the status of the various structures, laws, and policies and their potential to offer safer, longer-lasting and sustainable solutions to girls’ safety. More specifically, the research will,

  • Interrogate the root causes and opportunistic causes leading to escalating rape and murder crisis in Puntland and Galmudug
  • Identify strengths and gaps in the SCI/CARE integrated health and education programming and how these mitigate and /or potentially exacerbate rape and murder crisis
  • Identify the strengths and shortcomings of SRGBV policy, systems, and infrastructure in project locations that enable or hinder reporting, referral, and actions taken to keep girls safe.
  • Understand the harmful community practices, gender and social norms which shape, influence and inform the nature of rape & murder crisis
  • Identify the community response to the rape and murder crisis and any changes that have occurred in attitude or behaviour.
  • Identify opportunities for reducing harmful practices and gender-based violence, transforming discriminatory social and gender norms, empowering girls and advancing their safety and freedoms

RESEARCH QUESTIONS

The following are examples; however, the development of research questions will be part of the selection process, so that consultants interpret this ToR themselves,

  • To what extent is the whole issue of rape and murder of young women and girls NGOnised, why and in what ways?
  • Why is there a rape and murder crisis of young girls and women in Galkacio and surrounding villages?
  • How has government laws, policies, and actions of SRGBV contributed to increased reporting, trials and convictions of rape and murder cases? What are the status of the rape and murder crisis in Galkacio and surrounding villages in relation to the whole project intervention area compared to the rest of Puntland and Gulmudung?
  • What non- state-formal and informal (private, faith-based, and community forms of SRGBV prevention programmes exist in Puntland and Gulmudung and of what quality and results for girls? Investigate the availability as well as quality and results.
  • What national, local and community-led interventions exist to challenge harmful practices, discriminatory gender norms and empower girls to stay in education successfully, seek medical and protection services? What quality and results for girls have these interventions realised?
  • What are the perceptions, knowledge, and practice of a) girls and boys b) teachers, c) parents and communities, d) government education staff, and e) civil society actors towards?
  1. Rapes
  2. Murders
  3. Early Marriages
  4. FGM
  5. Girls Education, health and protection
  6. Girls’ rights including sexual and reproductive health rights, and marriage rights (age, choice, etc.)
  7. Girls’ mobility, self-determination, independence or empowerment
  • How have these perceptions, attitudes knowledge, and practices evolved over time?
  • What influence do they have on girls’ protection, agency and ability to prevent rape & murder, report rape & murder, seek education, protection, and health services?
  • What are the most significant drivers that enable girls to pursue their education and seek health services to their benefit and best interest?
  • Considering the donor’s need to see increased results in SRGBV interventions for girls, what possibilities are there to achieve this through the current programming approaches successfully? What other alternatives to the current SRGBV exist for girls?

AUDIENCE AND USE OF FINDINGS

The study is for both internal and external use, and it will be shared with Save the Children colleagues, communities, partners, donors, and the government. More specifically, the findings and recommendations of this study will be used to inform the DSRiS project’s continued implementation.

Externally, this research piece will provide an excellent opportunity for DSRIS consortium partners (CARE, SCI) to contribute to the global agenda and thinking on the topic, ensuring that we have utility beyond our own organisations. This will help develop our reputation around girl’s education and our visibility on this issue whilst helping to advocate for change at scale.

SCOPE OF THE CONSULTANCY

The researcher will be expected to work in consultation with DSRIS Project leads with technical assistance from Save the Children and CARE

  • Review all Somalia SRGBV and related documents from a gender and conflict analysis perspective, teasing out evidence on rape and murder crisis, gender norms related to this, with a specific focus on girls’ adolescence.
  • Analyse data sets from UN, Media, Government, NGOs/CSOS/CBOs (SCI, CARE, Human Rights Watch, and other critical data sources in Somalia to understand the trends, patterns, causes, and consequences of girl’s rapes and murders through conflict-related gender-based violence and domestic violence.
  • In-country scoping, consultation and interviews with affected living girls and their families, critical state, and non-state stakeholders, law enforcement personnel, Medical personnel, communities and leaders that are closely or remotely working with girl’s, SRGBV in and out of school, health centres and the community at large.
  • Use findings to write a comprehensive quantitative and qualitative report on the situation of girls education and effects of increasing rapes and murders in Galkacio and surrounding villages compared to state &  national levels, with emphasis on Save the Children and CARE coverage areas, providing practical implementation options for Save the Children and CARE the project final years of the project.
  • Develop a PowerPoint presentation highlighting methodology, key findings, conclusions and recommendations

KEY SOURCES AND STUDY POPULATION

Secondary sources: The critical sources of data will be Consortium members docs (CARE , SCI), Government , UN, HRW, media, and other communities of practice data, project documents, government documents at local, states and national levels, other research documents and studies including the partners, south & north hemisphere academics, other civil society actors.  Peer-reviewed evidence from different contexts that have interventions to reduce rape and murder.

Primary sources: Key people to be consulted will include girls and boys, parents, teachers and head teachers, faith-based and local leaders, community members, women’s and youth rights organisations, domestic and international CSOs, SCI Somalia, SCUK, SC Netherlands and SCI centre and partner project staff, district, provincial and ministry of education  officials at primary, non-sate actors, secondary and NFE level, UN agencies, international organizations, NGOs and CBOs.

PROPOSED RESEARCH METHODOLOGY

This is quantitative and qualitative research expected to highlight real-life experiences for girls from the perspectives of girls themselves and other stakeholders to create meaning from their responses, identifying converging and diverging patterns and trends to draw learning. To create sense from girls’ and boys’ responses, participatory research methodologies and consulting children in the development of the tools would be explored. Gender analysis theory and tools should inform the method to capture the underlying norms, power dynamics, and practices that disempower girls and hinder their education.

This presents an opportunity to build detailed evidence and to identify promising and perhaps new approaches that can be considered in DSRIS. Data will be collected through secondary and primary sources. The secondary data sources will include a thorough review of the DSRIS project and other research documents, monitoring reports, case studies, quarterly and annual reports, baseline, midline, and end-line evaluation reports from stakeholders working in project areas of coverage. This will include a survey using modern software and tools. This qualitative and quantitative research will purposely sample girls and boys from various age categories, their parents, teachers, communities, government schools, Principals and education officials, medical and child protection agencies to directly gather evidence from project areas of coverage in the three states. The research will also investigate the patriarchal context as well as scrutinising what the most significant factors are contributing to  this crisis. This will include

a)      Data collection

Gather all available quantitative data on girls’ rapes & murders with an analysis of the reliability of data. The following data collection methods are indicative; the research organisation will be expected to define which of these are required to answer the research questions.

b)     Focus Group Discussions (FGDs)

  • FGD with girls who have benefitted from the DSRIS health, education and protection interventions in SCI /CARE areas of coverage (various age groups, income groups, rural /urban, primary, formal and non-formal schools
  • FGD with teachers and head teachers -male and female, trained and untrained from rural and urban areas of project coverage
  • Consultations with parents, separately with mothers and with fathers, older siblings/grandparents, aunties as well as mixed groups
  • FGD with boys and men groups and broader community members (male and female separately).
  • FGD with community leaders, religious leaders, youth leaders, women leaders, and school and community-based organisations (CBOS) such Parents Teachers Association’s (PTAs), School governing bodies (male & female members). Health centres, child protection, and community-based committees.

c)      Key Informant Interviews (KII)

  • KII with local, state, non-state actors and national government officials (Male and Female)
  • KII with project staff at all levels (current and ex-staff, volunteers & part-time staff)
  • Selected experts on education, health, protection, gender and social development from relevant line ministries, International Non-Governmental Organisations (INGOs), Local Non-Governmental Organisations (LNGOs), academics, Faith-Based Organisations (FBOs) & religious leaders, academics, Private Organisations (PVOs) and Community Based Organisations (CBOS)

d)     Other Groups to interview through questionnaires – in Somalia

  • Selected Government officials – Ministry of Women & Development & family Affairs (MowDAFA), Ministry of Health (MoH), Ministry of Interior (MOI), Ministry of education (MOE), and Ministry of Labour, Youth & Sports (MoLYS) as well as officials and other social sectors (Police/defence, judiciary)
  • Communities of practice – other local and international agencies in Somalia working on girl’s interventions including UN agencies
  • School Heads and teachers, health centres, protection leads (including females)
  • Local leaders and opinion leaders, faith-based / religious leaders, clan elders
  • Communities – in and around schools, health centres, parents
  • Children in primary, secondary and other forms of Schools – especially girls of all ages
  • Children out of schools – girls of all ages in rural and urban communities

e)     Observations, case study documentation, and photographs

Observe girls in health centres, community settings, upper primary, secondary schools, and non-formal education centres, learning and participating in activities. Document case studies after obtaining consent from parents and schools.

Analyse government data and other quantitative sources to gather quantitative data on trends and patterns of rape, murders & wider SRGBV

LIST OF DOCUMENTS TO REVIEW

Government documents

  • Education Sector Strategy
  • Governments Gender and education policy, specific government documents on rape & murders
  • Current National Strategic plan
  • Safety & security policy guidelines for primary, secondary and other forms of schools, health centres and protection hubs
  • Key government indicators report on SRGBV
  • National Risk vulnerability assessment with a focus on Gender/ or girls
  • Situation analysis of SRGBV
  • Sexual offensive Bill
  • The situation of child labour, child marriages, FGM from a gender perspective
  • Ministry of education School Accessibility Mapping reports
  • Ministry’s Education, health & protection Surveys
  • All other related documents

UN & WB

  • UNICEF Child Rights Situation Analysis report and other SRGBV related reports
  • Human Development report
  • Human Rights, Amnesty reports on rape and murders
  • Reconstruction and poverty reduction – the role of women and girls – World Bank reports
  • Existing reports on the status of girls’ rights and education, health and protection in Somalia
  • All other related documents

CARE and Save the Children

  • Baseline and Midline reports
  • DSRIS project monitoring reports, quarterly and annual reports
  • Proposal and other documents
  • Any other Education, health & child protection project reports.
  • Save the Children publications
  • All other related documents

ETHICS AND RISKS

The researchers will respect and protect girls, children’s, and stakeholders’ rights. Consent forms will be obtained for all interviews with girls and other children, and real names will be substituted with false names to protect the identity of children. This being a fragile context, Do No Harm, and conflict-sensitive approaches will be adhered to ensure that the researcher mitigates tensions and avoid exacerbating any conflicts. The researcher will work with local data collectors who are known to the communities and speak the language to avoid creating local suspicions and resentment or even creating high expectations. Interpretations from local languages to Somali language and in turn, to English and vice versa will be scrutinized to minimize losing the intended meanings in translation. We will provide referral pathways for the consultant in cases of disclosure, with a reporting matrix in place.

STYLE AND LENGTH OF REPORT/ RESEARCH PRODUCTS

The report will be a maximum of 25 pages. Any additional information, charts, tables, maps, and data to be included as annexes. Data collection tools and transcripts to be included as annexes

STRUCTURE OF THE REPORT

Section I: Preliminaries

  • Title /Authors
  • Table of contents/ Acronyms
  • Executive summary
  • Introduction/ Background of project and study
  • Methodology

Section II: General profile of Somalia

  • Map of Somalia (with state boundaries marked)
  • Geographical coverage/area/demarcation
  • Population by gender/ life expectancy/ child mortality
  • Rape & murder rates by gender
  • Rural /urban disparities, conditions (women, men status)
  • Employment
  • SRGBV prevalence

Section III: SRGBV status – education, health, and child protection/safeguarding (include tables, graphs, and photographs were possible)

The contents outlined below are only indicative. A subset of these sub-headings will be suggested by the research organisation, to be approved by Save the Children & CARE, once the research questions have been agreed.

  • Education, health & child protection systems and structures (administrative/HR)– central – decentralised – governance and management, community involvement)
  • Education, health and child protection legal framework
  • Policy environment – policies enhancing or inhibiting girl’s education, health, and child protection/safeguarding (Policy gaps) – coordination within all sectors and with other social, judicial and law areas
  • Statistics desegregated by gender – Gender-specific policies (SRGBV, rapes, murders, the incentive for girls & communities, gender equality policies, inclusion policies)
  • Education, health & child protection financing – national, provincial and school/ health centres and law enforcement level budgets, the burden of cost to parents
  • A number of primary and secondary schools – girls only, boys only, and mixed per province of project coverage(-National). Number of health centres, child protection centres- GPS mapping & other locations rape & murder has been reported
  • School infrastructure and facilities – gender friendliness – safety – distances to schools
  • Teachers KAP on rapes & murders – statistics desegregated by gender, accreditation/qualifications, rationalisation, training, remuneration, monitoring, and supervision– national policies
  • Private/community education versus state education, curriculum, standardisation, professionalisation of curriculum delivery?
  • Gender roles & responsibilities – perception, attitudes, and behaviours towards girls, boys, men and women, specifically girl’s education and rights by different groups.
  • Child labour, child marriage, FGM, religion
  • Impact of history & patriarchy on girl’s education, girls health, & protection – indigenous structures exist and how successful are they in protecting girls from rape & murder, how have these been usurped by NGO interventions/ westernization /donor funding priorities?
  • Education, health, protection, and Employment opportunities for girls vis a vis boy – what skills are promoted in Somalia versus what skills are required?
  • Impact of culture and social norms on girls’ education, protection, health, and agency
  • Impact of conflict/war, religion on girl’s education, protection, health, and agency
  • Girls Education and health, protection, hygiene and nutrition
  • Girls’ Education and sexual and reproductive health and rights
  • Girls Education/health/protection and politics
  • Education and crisis /natural disaster /security and impact on girl’s education, health, protection

Section IV: Findings

Section V: Conclusions

Section VI: Recommandations

Section VII: Research gaps identified

Section VIII: Bibliography

Over and above the main detailed report, produce a summary document for key external decision-makers who may not have time to read the full report (in form briefing, not more than 3 pages)

A top-quality PowerPoint presentation highlighting the findings, conclusions, and recommendation should be developed and submitted

RESEARCH TIMELINE
Activity Description Dates Lead Person Support required
Draft TOR for the study Consultation with the project team and other relevant TAs as well as drafting of TOR
Review, Revise and Finalise TOR Internal review (CARE, SCI, Key Stakeholders), revision, and finalisation of TOR by the project team. Share with internal and external peer reviewers
Finalise and submit final TOR to a consortium lead  Seek internal endorsement and approval and submit TOR consortium lead
Advertise or Headhunt for a lead researcher/ call for Expressions of interest Post TOR and call for EOI in-country and externally as well as share within the relevant networks. Request for full proposal from researcher detailing how they interpret the TOR and how they will implement it
Consultant induction, initial consultations, finalising research proposal and building consensus The selected researcher to meet with project team/TAs to discuss and finalise research proposal and timelines (virtually or face to face depending on location)
Consultant begins Documentary review Review all project documents listed, government and other stakeholders’ documents, studies, and research documents.
Consultants gather all available quantitative data on SRGBV related to girls The compilation, verification, and analysis of quantitative data on girls SRGBV
Consultant -Development of research guide and qualitative and quantitative data collection tools Develop and contextualise all tools to Somalia context – cultural / religion/ gender-sensitive tools
Identification and training of local data collectors Data collectors to be drawn locally and trained in a central place by the researcher. In areas where the researcher cannot travel due to various reasons involve reliable project staff in training
Pretesting of quantitative and qualitative data collection tools Trained data collectors to pre-test tools locally and feedback to lead researchers. The lead researcher can accompany data collectors to test the tools jointly in selected areas
Refine, adjust and finalise data collection tools based on feedback from pretesting Collect all feedback from data collectors and refine tools
Translation of tools to local languages Translate tools to local languages
Collect data Data collection in 2 sites
Data Entry and data coding Enter data into the system and code it
Analyse data and report writing Data analysis and drafting the initial report
Initial draft report for review Researcher to submit an initial draft report to SCI Somalia DSRIS & HQ TAs (CARE, SCI) for review and feedback. Team to review in 5 days and send back feedback to the researcher
Draft 2 of research report Researcher to receive feedback from project teams, incorporate feedback, revise the report and submit a second draft to project staff to review
Revise and finalise report Researcher to revise report based on comments received and finalise report ready for submission
Develop a quality PowerPoint presentation highlighting the findings, conclusions, and recommendations Develop a PPP – include striking pictures, graphs, statistics, and key highlights and present the report to the project team/technical assistants
Include a 3 pager brief Draft a 3-pager version write-up which will be helpful to share with different audiences especially key decision-makers
Final report and PPP to be submitted to consortium Lead and disseminated to stakeholders

 

Submit a report to Consortium lead

Present report to internal and external stakeholders – will need tailoring report to different audiences when presenting

  Total no. of days for the research

RESEARCH MANAGEMENT

The research will be managed by SCI Somalia PDQ and DSRIS manager, supported by the SCUK, Netherlands & CARE Education, health & protection TAs. Gender Equality and MEAL Technical Advisers and SCI Somalia /CARE Education Experts and DSRIS MEAL Technical Advisers. Save the Children will assist in providing available documentation. The consultant will also be expected to research and identify current relevant documents from various sources and agencies to enrich the review.

BUDGET

Save the Children/ CARE daily rates

QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED

The lead researcher should hold a Ph.D. or MA in Gender or International relations with a specific focus on gender equality, rape & murders study modules, education, health, child rights, or child protection qualitative/quantitative research.  S/He should have at least 5 years’ experience in conducting qualitative/quantitative research in Somalia or neighbouring countries or similar contexts.  The researcher must be self-driven, able to lead and work with minimal supervision, results-oriented, prepared to work under tight deadlines and to deliver quality products. The researcher should speak competent English and or/Somali language and should be able to write formal reports in English.

Interested applicants should submit their expression of interest, demonstrating how they would proceed with the research along with a detailed proposal addressing the TOR and a budget. Applications should be forwarded to Supply chain and Procurement, [Puntland.supplychain@savethechildren.org]. and the deadline is 10th December, 2019.

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