TOR: RESOURCE MOBILIZATION STRATEGY FOR CENTRE FOR DOMESTIC TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT (CDTD) At Center for Domestic Training and Development


TERMS OF REFERENCE (TORs):

RESOURCE MOBILIZATION STRATEGY FOR

CENTRE FOR DOMESTIC TRAINING AND DEVELOPMENT (CDTD)

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  1. Organizational background:

Centre For Domestic Training & Development (CDTD) was founded in 2001 with a vision to employ as many domestic workers with proper home care management skills. CDTD strived to professionalize and understand the challenges that faced this industry, key among them being lack of dignity, respect and fair pay besides the stigma associated with domestic work. CDTD began a program in 2001 under the Domestic Support Services, which initially served 5 girls from Nairobi-Kibera.

Sensitive to the needs of Kenyan women, the founder was burdened to change these perennial sufferings by establishing a Domestic Workers Training Centre registered as an NGO in 2003. Since then, CDTD has adopted several “sea-changing” impact programs to address Domestic Worker’s plight, such as the formation of the National Shelters Network (NSN), Counter Trafficking-In Persons (CTIP), Sexual & Gender-Based Violence (SGBV) and Domestic Workers Transformational Program (DWTP). To date, CDTD has transformed more than 10,000 domestic workers and remains a trailblazer in matters; of training, policy advocacy, employment, labor rights, sexual & gender-based violence rights, safe migration and counter trafficking-In persons.

2.0 Project background:

In 2022, CDTD was selected as a beneficiary of the URAIA Trust, Women Voice and Leadership (WVL) program, funded by the Global Affair Canada (GAC) through CARE International and CARE Kenya. The WVL project is anchored on Canada’s Feminist International Assistance Policy (FIAP) which puts gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls at the heart of international development, humanitarian peace and security. The overarching goal of the project is to contribute to gender equality and the increased enjoyment of human rights on women and girls in Kenya. WVL’s objective is to strengthen Women Rights Organizations (WROs) in Kenya to enhance their governance, management, programming, and sustainability by enhancing their ability to deliver quality services and increasing the effectiveness of their platforms to effect policy, legal and social change.

3.0 Assignment Objectives:

In this regard, CDTD is seeking the services of a qualified consultant or individual to enhance CDTD’s ability to resource mobilize by developing a Resource Mobilization Strategy. The strategy’s objective is to enable CDTD to pull collaborative partnerships to support organizational sustainability and allow for improvements and scale-up the organization’s service delivery to its beneficiaries.

4.0 Project deliverables:

  1. Work with CDTD staff to develop a resource mobilization strategy/ plan.
  2. Document and package the strategy in an English easy to read and understand format.

5.0 Duration:

The strategy is to be delivered within 2 working days after contracting.

6.0 Qualifications and competencies:

  • Proven experience in the field of resource mobilization with tangible successes in local or global contexts.
  • Experience in developing strategies for NGOs.
  • Minimum of a degree in the relevant field of development studies, community engagement, finance, grant management or its equivalent.
  • Ability to communicate fluently and write in English in a manner that can be understood by the executive, management, and program officers.

7.0 Payment and submissions:

60% payment shall be done upon contracting after a successful selection process and the balance shall be settled after approval of the Resource Mobilization Strategy Report.

How to apply

Consultants/Individuals wishing to express their interest in undertaking this TOR are advised to deliver a technical and financial proposal, together with their resume to be submitted via email to procurement @ cdtd.org not later than 25th May 2022, 1700hours (EAT).

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