Terms of Reference Baseline Study for Joint NCA & SC Joint Programme to end Female Genital Mutilation & Child, Early and Forced Marriages (FGM & CEFM) in SOMALIA
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Baseline Study for Joint NCA/SC FGM-CEFM programme
|Grant||Norad Special Agreement|
|Thematic area(s)||Gender Based Violence (GBV)|
|NCA & SC Joint Programme to end Female Genital Mutilation & Child, Early and Forced Marriages (FGM & CEFM) in SOMALIA|
|Location||Bosasso, Gardo, Garowe and Eyl in Puntland state; and Garbaharey, Belet Hawa and Luuq in Gedo, Jubaland state.|
|Tentative Start date||1st Aug 2020|
|Procurement File No.||NCA 0494|
Norwegian Church Aid (NCA) is a diaconal organization established in Norway to work with people around the world to eradicate poverty and injustice. Our vision is Together for a Just World. NCA began its work in Somalia in 1993, following the humanitarian crisis caused by the collapse of the central government in 1991. NCA became active in Puntland following the 2004 tsunami, 2007 in Banadir and 2013 in Lower Shabelle and has maintained this presence and programmes implementation since then. NCA’s Somalia 2020-2024 strategy will contribute to support people in need during emergencies and recovery, advocate for their rights and to build their resilience through the following programmes: Climate Resilience WASH, Gender-based Violence, Peacebuilding, Climate Smart Economic Empowerment and Education for Peace and Sustainable Development. NCA also supports strengthening of civil society and advocacy efforts. NCA Somalia programmes are in line with Somalia National Development Plan and the Sustainable Development Goals.
For over 90 years, Save the Children (SC) has been making a difference in children’s lives in more than 120 countries. We are the world’s largest independent child rights organization, underpinned by a vision in a world in which every child attains the right to survival, protection, development and participation. Our mission to inspire breakthroughs in the way the world treats children, and to achieve immediate and lasting change in their lives. SC is an equal opportunity organisation dedicated to our core values of Accountability, Ambition, and Collaboration. Creativity and Integrity. Our culture is embedded in these values, along with a strong commitment to our Child Safeguarding Protocol, ensuring that all representatives of Save the Children demonstrate the highest standards of behaviour towards children both in their private and professional lives. Save the Children in Somalia/Somaliland has over 40 years been working in partnership with Civil Society Organizations
NCA/SC Joint Programme in Somalia
During the period 2020-2024, the joint NCA & SC programme to end FGM & CEFM will be in its third phase of implementation to build on the efforts and gains made in the previous phases while expanding to other locations for wider outreach and coverage. The overall goal of the joint programme is to contribute towards the elimination of Female Genital Mutilation (FGM/C) and Child Early Forced Marriage (CEFM) in targeted communities.
The joint programme is guided by a Theory of Change (ToC) to respond to four outcomes areas, which include:
Dominant social norms transformed to protect girls and women from FGM and CEFM.
Women and girls at risk of violence and survivors of FGM have access to appropriate and adequate medical, psychosocial support (PSS), and livelihood services.
Women and girls are empowered to realize their rights and protect themselves from FGM and CEFM.
Laws and Policies to end FGM and CEFM are enacted and enforced.
NCA and SC will continue to use various strategies such as community conversations to discuss and explore local solutions that will lead to abandonment of harmful practices; engage influential religious leaders to advocate for abandonment; media to foster awareness and sensitize communities, and capacity-building of community actors to advocate against practices. Engaging men and boys as change agents to influence
their peers will continue as a key strategy along with new models promoting gender equality and economic empowerment. The programme will be implemented in seven districts, i.e. Bosasso, Gardo, Garowe and Eyl in Puntland state, and Garbaharey, Belet Hawa and Luuq in Gedo in Jubaland state.
NCA works in partnership with KAALO Aid for development, a local NGO in Puntland (Garowe and Eyl) and SEDHURO in Gedo (Garbaharrey, Luuq and Belet Hawa). Save the Children will implement the programme in Bosaso and Qardo districts through partnership with Tadammun Social Society.
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