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Global Communities is an international development non-profit organization. Our mission is to create long-lasting, positive and community-led change that improves the lives and livelihoods of vulnerable people across the globe.   In early November, Tropical Storms Eta and Iota made landfall in Honduras and Guatemala. Global Communities (GC) has developed and implemented emergency response projects in both Honduras and Guatemala focused on Water Sanitation and Hygiene (WASH), Shelter, Agriculture, Livelihoods, and Multipurpose Cash Assistance (MPCA) to address the needs of those most affected by the tropical storms. In addition to the Eta and Iota response projects, GC also implements a number of other humanitarian assistance programs in Guatemala. GC is looking for a Humanitarian Assistance LAC Consultant to support the in-country teams. S/he will provide remote support with travel to Honduras and/or Guatemala as needed.
ID
2021-2017
Category
Humanitarian Assistance
Location
HN-
Region
Latin America
The Business Development (BD) Team within Global Communities’ Department of Humanitarian Assistance is responsible for all new business development for humanitarian and emergency response programs in the organization.  The BD team seeks a Pricing Consultant to lead the development of cost proposals for specific business development efforts within the department.  Global Communities expects to contract the Pricing Consultant for a nine-month period starting October 2021.  The Consultant is expected to work up to a total of 100 days within that period, with the majority of LOE expected between February-May 2022.
ID
2021-2002
Category
Humanitarian Assistance
Location
US-MD-Silver Spring
Region
US
Global Communities is an International non-profit organization that works closely with communities worldwide to bring about sustainable changes that improve the lives and livelihoods of the vulnerable. Global Communities has an operational base in Gaziantep, Southern Turkey, and works with local Syrian and Turkish NGO partners to implement programming in Northern Syria.   Global Communities is implementing Protection prevention and response program in Northwest Syria since 2016, through mobile and static approaches. Some of the protection services include, case management, psychosocial support, women empowerment, child protection, skill development, awareness raising, information dissemination etc. Currently, GC is working through 3 Child Friendly Spaces, 1 Youth Empowerment Center, 4 Women and Girls safe Spaces and a Community Center in Idleb, Northwest Syria, in addition to the outreach teams.   Years of displacement and conflict, devastated support structure, existing inequalities and vulnerabilities, increased gender based violence, social insecurity etc. had a huge negative psychological impact on the Syrian IDP, particularly women and children. The Covid-19 pandemic further exacerbated the crisis due to restriction of movement, fear of spread of virus, closure of safe spaces, disruption of services etc. leaving them unsupported and exposed to violence. Though there is significant ease in the movement, as the spread abates, organizations have resumed in-person activities and people are getting vaccinated. However, the trauma and psychological distress they went through left a mark on their lives that need support to heal.    Purpose:   In response to these specific needs, Global Communities will establish a Community center in Qah (NWS), to provide PSS support to the identified or referred cases. A PSS team comprised of PSS Coordinator, PSS Case Management Officer, PSS Counselors and PSS Community Workers will be responsible for the implementation of PSS activities including case management, individual and group counselling, structured PSS sessions, establishment of peer support groups of elderly and PwSNs, awareness raising, recreational and skill development activities, information dissemination etc. Additionally, the staff of CP and GBV centers will work closely with the PSS team in order to support the children and women in need of PSS.   Accordingly, the Global Communities is seeking a Consultant with a strong background in research, design and implementation of PSS interventions for GBV prevention and response in a conflict affected areas. More specifically, the consultant will identify areas for adaptations, recommendations and lessons learned to ensure the curricula/methods still respond to the needs of women and girls and children after seven years of conflict and displacement.   Scope of Work   The PSS and Case Management Consultant will work closely with the Protection Manager and in collaboration with the protection team in NWS, will provide technical support in strengthening Global Communities’ institutional capacity and implementing country protection strategy with particular focus on PSS and case management interventions in NWS.   The consultant will conduct a thorough review of existing focused Psychosocial Support (PSS) curricula/methods for women and girls and children which are being used in static and mobile settings, and will provide recommendations, adaptations and lesson learned to ensure that the curricula/methods still respond to the needs of women and children. The Consultant will be responsible for strengthening the quality of all PSS component and will provide technical support, guidance and over sight to the GC’s protection team on PSS and case management. Specifically, he/she will provide PSS capacity building through training, practice mentoring and interactive approaches to strengthen GC’s protection team’s understanding and practice on providing PSS and case management for women/girls and children,  enabling them to demonstrate best practice around PSS and GBV. He/she will be responsible for development of PSS toolkit, SOPs and handbook etc. for the PSS community workers.   The duration of the consultancy will be 90 working days (within the period of Sept – Nov 2021).   How to apply:   Interested candidates should submit the following documents as one single file named “Surname_Name_PSS and Case Management Consultant”:   - Updated curriculum vitae of the consultant that clearly spell out his/her qualifications and experience - A cover letter, including commitment to availability for the duration of the assignment. - A financial proposal. - 2 examples of similar work done   Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis, but please apply by September 5, 2021. 
ID
2021-1970
Category
Humanitarian Assistance
Location
TR-
Region
Europe
Supporting Livelihoods in Syria (SLS) is a three-year program supported by USAID and implemented by Cooperative Housing Foundation in Northeast Syria (NES). The program integrates humanitarian and development approaches to build resiliency and support livelihoods development at both the household (HH) and community level through strengthened food security and livelihoods (FSL) opportunities.   SLS supports a theory of change that integrates activities that immediately benefit HH food security while laying the foundation for longer-term market recovery. SLS activities target four of five of USAID’s objectives, with a primary focus on Objective 2: strengthening agricultural and livestock production, and Objective 3: strengthened livelihoods opportunities and VCs critical to food security. We will implement complementary activities under Objective 4: improve water management, irrigation, and land use techniques. Objective 5 activities will cross-cut all objectives.   In its monitoring and evaluation plan for the project, CHF made a commitment to collect and analyze data for indicator G5: “Number of metric tons of wheat and barley produced annually in North East Syria, disaggregated by governorate”. This indicator is linked to seasonality. Thus, as the harvesting season has just come to an end, it is imperative that quantification of the produce by governorate be conducted in order to satisfy not only donor obligations, but also to estimate the contribution of the SLS project to the annual yield.   Purpose of the Assignment:   Basing on secondary sources, the desk research aims to: - Establish the total number in metric tons of wheat and barley produced annually over the past five years in NES disaggregated by Deir-ez-Zor and Al-Hassakah Governorates, (including the 2020/21 growing season). - Estimate the corresponding production deficit for 2020/21 - Quantify the total contribution of SLS to the annual yield in the respective governorates. Assessment Methodology:   The evaluation will exclusively adopt qualitative secondary data collection and analysis techniques that will include a systematic desk review of all key documents generated by authoritative sources including but not limited to UN agencies (WFP, FAO, UNHCR); REACH, iMAAP and other humanitarian players in NES.  
ID
2021-1965
Category
Humanitarian Assistance
Location
SY-
Region
MENA
The Programs Director oversees programming strategy development, daily program operations, coordination, and representation for a multi-sectoral program in Northern Syria delivering relief items, providing shelter support, WASH, protection programming and food security activities and supporting community protection and resilience. The Program Director is responsible for the management of staff and programs in Syria and Turkey through a team consisting of program, monitoring and evaluation, reporting, and humanitarian cross-border cluster support staff. The Program Director ensures accountable and compliant implementation, and revises the implementation and program approach standard operating procedures as needed.
ID
2021-1964
Category
Humanitarian Assistance
Location
TR-
Region
Europe
Global Communities is an international development non-profit organization. Our mission is to create long-lasting, positive and community-led change that improves the lives and livelihoods of vulnerable people across the globe.   Global Communities seeks an experienced Chief of Party (COP) for the anticipated USAID Liberia County Sanitation Activity.  This five-year activity with an anticipated budget of $25 million will increase access to basic sanitation and eliminate open defecation in five counties of Liberia (Montserrado, Nimba, Lofa, Bong, and Grand Bassa). To do so, the project will partner with the Government of Liberia and local partners on four key results: 1) improved sanitation governance; 2) key sanitation behaviors adopted; 3) sanitation markets strengthened; and 4) financing for sanitation increased.
ID
2021-1959
Category
Field - Chief of Party/ Program Director
Location
LR-Monrovia
Region
Africa
Global Communities is an international development non-profit organization. Our mission is to create long-lasting, positive and community-led change that improves the lives and livelihoods of vulnerable people across the globe. Global Communities is currently implementing USAID's Commercially Viable Conflict Free Gold Project (CVCFG), an artisanal mining initiative funded by the United States Agency for International Development (USAID). The goal of the project is to establish a conflict-free artisanal and small-scale mining (ASM) gold supply chain originating from eastern Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC). The five-year program builds on recent successes achieved by donor-funded initiatives to export responsibly produced gold to jewelry buyers in North America and Europe. CVCFG aims to contribute to the broader US government goal of reducing instability in the DRC by providing commercial opportunities to artisanal miners by linking them to responsible buyers in international markets. The three primary objectives of the project are: - to increase co-investment in responsibly sourced, traceable ASM gold from Eastern DRC (Objective 1) - to increase the volume of exports of responsibly sourced, traceable ASM gold from Eastern DRC (Objective 2) - to improve the commercial viability of ASM gold Cooperatives (Objective 3) Assignment Objective: The main objective of this consultancy is to facilitate 1-2 virtual roundtable discussions with senior leaders from the CVCFG implementing agencies, as well as USAID and industry voices, on the topic: “Pricing of responsibly-sourced artisanal gold via the CVCFG Project”. The goal of this series of discussions is to help CVCFG senior leadership level set on available pricing information to date throughout the supply chain, identify and communicate price model(s) emerging from the supply chain and confirm the process of capturing learning on pricing through the project’s transaction advisory work.
ID
2021-1868
Category
Field - Other
Location
CD-
Region
Africa