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UNICEF recruiting Consultant to Generate Adolescent Girls and Young Women’s Prevention Toolkit


New York, United States of America, 05 March 2018

Purpose

The mandate of this consultancy will be to generate a programmatic toolkit for design, delivery, and evaluation of Combination HIV Prevention Programmes for Adolescent Girls and Young Women.

This toolkit will comprise the first installment in a larger effort to assemble seamless and comprehensive programmatic and operational guidelines across the spectrum of the adolescent HIV response, including guidelines on HIV prevention among adolescent girls and young women, adolescent and young key populations, and ALHIV care and support.

The toolkit will include a comprehensive array of tools to support epidemic analysis, Programme strategy and design, intervention package selection, targeting, and multi-sectoral delivery of layered Programmes that address the structural, socio-behavioral and biomedical needs of adolescent girls/young women, their families, and affected communities.

Deliverables

The consultant is expected to deliver the following key results, in collaboration with technical staff across numerous business units in UNICEF

  • Toolkit framework

  • Adolescent girls and young women HIV Prevention Toolkit for National HIV Prevention Programme Managers and Implementers, with Executive Summary

  • Communication and advocacy plan and draft materials to support dissemination of the toolkit, including: brochures and leaflets, press releases, blogposts, infographics and blurbs for social media and e-newsletters

  • Meeting report from expert review meeting

  • Two (2) trip reports synthesizing findings from fieldwork to validate the toolkit approach and contents

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