Vacancy

CZOP Nepal, a national coalition of organizations working in the field of child rights (Children and Schools as Zones of Peace), has emerged as a movement that advocates for protection and promotion of children’s basic rights during and after armed conflicts. Building upon the movements that developed in Nepal in early 2001, this coalition has forged to magnify and strengthen the efforts to declare children as Zones of Peace including the establishment of Schools as Peace Zone. CZOP seeks a competent, committed and result oriented candidate for the following position;

Call for Expression of Interest

Children as Zone of Peace National Campaign (CZOP)

 

CZOP (Children as Zone of Peace National Campaign) starts in 2001 and made a loose coalition in 2003. This national campaign is a coalition of organizations working in the field of child rights (Children and Schools as Zones of Peace) including CSOs, INGOs. National Human Rights Commission and Unicef Nepal are observer members. Now CZOP has 49 member organizations and it is formally registered in 2017. It has emerged as a movement that advocates for the protection and promotion of children’s basic rights during and after armed conflicts.

Nepal’s CZOP campaign conceptualized and promoted the idea of children as a zone of peace as a general political agenda among political parties under child rights and child protection. The campaign is mainly to refrain children from engaging and associating in the party led political movement both armed and unarmed, and to have responsive interventions of support and relief from civil society to the victims/surviving children affected by conflict during the armed conflict period. By the continued lobbying of CZOP and CSOs, major political parties included children are zones of peace and Child protection issues in their election manifestos. Policy and program advocacy is a major area of CZOP for Child Rights Protection especially: protection and development.

 

CZOP is going to develop a strategic policy /position paper for national and focusing on local policy influence to develop retention strategy of girls and boys in school. An event conduct at province level to discuss on the paper. MoEST and NCRC representatives comments on the paper along with a representative parliamentary committee of education. Then, the paper finalizes. CZOP conduct a lobby meeting with MoEST, NCRC, and NHRC with recommendations on policy and program under CZOP-Plan CEFM Project.

 

A. Work

The strategic policy /position paper for national and focusing on local policy influence to develop retention strategy of girls and boys in school based on the following:

  1. Develop strategic policy /position paper for national and focusing on local policy influence to develop retention strategy of girls and boys in school up to secondary level by reviewing federal and provincial initiatives to retain especially girls including boys. The paper also focuses on the special protection needy children as of the children act 2075 (Section 48) and reducing/Ending child marriage.

 

Interested individuals and firms are requested to submit their expression of interest-based on the following requirements:

  1. VAT and other legal documents: registration, renewal with DAO, and Tax clearance certificate, if individual VAT registration needed
  2. The institution must deploy at least two individual with the CV of the interested individuals, at least Master degree in Education and development or Social Science or Law qualification, 10 years working experience in education and development or child rights issues of the team leader.

Or

Individuals Application: at least two CVs of the interested individuals, at least Master degree in Education and development or Social Science and LLM qualification, 10 years working experience in education and development or child rights issues.

One must be female.

  1. Institution or individuals experiencing on developing advocacy documents for quality and accessible education for children, especially for girls will be preferred.
  2. At least a sample previous work-related to this announcement need to submit.

CZOP will provide the Detail TOR after the expression of interest call upon request.

Terms of Reference

CZOP is going to develop strategic policy /position paper for national and focusing on local policy influence to develop retention strategy of girls and boys in school. Interested individuals or institution may apply with a letter of interest and details deliverables based on EOI and following terms of references:

 

  1. Develop strategic policy /position paper for national and focusing on local policy influence to develop retention strategy of girls and boys in school up to secondary level.
    1. Girls Retention
  1. Special Protection Needed girls' retention
  2. General girls' retention
    1. Boys Retention
  3. Special Protection needed boys
  4. General boys' retention
    1. Develop 2 pager flyer content on the findings: one page for girls and next one for boys

 

  1. Guidelines:
    1. Analyze constitutional flow and international instruments capturing, gaps and way forward on the following acts, its regulation, schemes, and program;
    2. Reviewing federal and provincial initiatives to retain especially girls including boys. The tpaper also focuses on the special protection of needy children as of the children act 2075 (Section 48) and reducing child marriage.

 

National

Province

Local

  1. Free and Compulsory Act 2075,
  2. Children Act 2075,
  3. Ending Child marriage Strategy 2072
  4. Social Security Act 2075,
  5. Child Labor (Prohibition) Act 2056,
  6. Anti-Trafficking Act 2068
  7. Local Government Operation Act-2074

 

  1. Province level provisions as of the National standard: details of Lumbini and Karnali Provinces
  2. Best initiatives from remaining provinces for retentions of especially girls and boys based on laws and programs
  1. Local-level provisions as of the National standard and local initiatives to retain girls and boy
  2. Sample of two best practices from two local level of each province to retain girls and boys.
  3. Impact of local initiatives to retain girls and boy

 

    1. The analysis must be in the Nepali Language
    2. The length of the paper must be 35-40 pages(Girls and Boys)
    3. Three columns would be comparable or flow approach.
    4. Feedback must be incorporated by CZOP and its expert Team
    5. A PowerPoint presentation within 15 slides need to present in two events
    6. Feedback need to incorporate within the given framework.
    7. Develop 10/10 pages recommendations and policy advocacy three columns: Existing, Change needed and why the change needed (Legal provision).

 

  1. Deliverables

Work

Date

Selection of Individual

1 day

Orientation

1 day

Draft submission

12 days

Feedback incorporate

2 days

Final Draft

1 day

 

  1. Requirements:
  1. Self-declaration of not avoiding child rights and non-involvement in crime against children as of CRC and Children Act 2018-Nepal
  2. Need to comply with Child Protection policy.

 

  1. Budget The plan would be good in Excel format

 

Signature/s:

Name/s:

Organization/Individuals:

Seal and Signature:

Contact Number:

Email:

 

B. Work B

CZOP conduct an event at the province/federal level to discuss the paper by inviting expert, defenders, CSOs and children. MoEST, NCRC, NHRC representatives comments on the paper along with a representative parliamentary committee of education. The work A consultant firm/individual presents the findings in the event, CZOP covers the travel and food of a lead consultant. Then the consultant/firm incorporates the feedback.

 

C. Work C

CZOP conduct a lobby meeting and submit the with MoEST, NCRC, and NHRC with recommendation on policy and program. CZOP also aware publicly of the flyer in its means of communication.

 

Interested individuals and firms are requested to submit their expression of interest-based on for "Work A" and the following requirements:

  1. VAT and other legal documents: registration, renewal with DAO, and Tax clearance certificate, if individual VAT registration is necessary
  2. Institution must deploy at least two individual with the CV of the interested individuals, at least a Master degree in Education and development or Social Science or Law qualification, 10 years working experience in education and development or child rights issues of the team leader.

Or

Individuals Application: at least two CVs of the interested individuals, at least Master degree in Education and development or Social Science and LLM qualification, 10 years working experience in education and development or child rights issues.

  1. One individual must be female.
  2. Institution or individuals experiencing on developing advocacy documents for quality and accessible education for children, especially for girls will be preferred.
  3. At least a sample previous work related to this announcement need to submit.

 

 

Requirements:

  1. Covering letter
  2. Work plan based on TOR (Work A) and connection with Work B
  3. Budget
  4. CVs of Individual one male and one Female as mentioned on Number 2 of EOI
  5. VAT Registration/Tax Clearance of 2076/77

 

Vacancy Announcement for Program Associate (May 12, 2021)

Children as Zones of Peace National Campaign (CZOP) incepted in 2001 and made a loose coalition in 2003. This national campaign is a coalition of organizations working in the field of child rights (Children and Schools as Zones of Peace) including CSOs, INGOs. National Human Rights Commission and Unicef Nepal are observer members. Now CZOP has 49 member organizations. It has emerged as a movement that advocates child rights protection for policy and program.

Nepal’s CZOP campaign conceptualized and promoted the idea of children as a zone of peace as a general political agenda among political parties under the child rights and child protection; mitigate and stop violence against children, discrimination, exploitation, neglect, and abuse in all settings. These promote peace, a safe and protective environment for child development are the core area of the CZOP movement. CZOP requires a Program Associate (PA) under the Plan Nepal, Child and Early Forced Marriage (CEFM) project as following details;

Position Details:

Designation

Program Associate -PA (1 Position)

Education Level

+2 in Law or Social works(Bachelor Degree in Law or Social Works preferred)

Experience Required

More than or equal to 1 year

Station

Kathmandu (10-15) percent may travel

Time

Full time (Monday to Friday 9 am to 5 pm)

Duration

May 21, 2021, to December 2021 (possibility of extension)

Core Competencies for the Position:

Good written and verbal skills in English and Nepali demonstrated proficiency in computer applications including use of Microsoft office tools (Nepali typing Mandatory) and design software should have influencing and coaching skills (ability to work with influence at different levels in the organization); Facilitation and Presentation skills are essential Ability to work independently and as an active team player should be self-motivated and have a high level of integrity and honesty; be willing to work under pressure; be creative and innovative with decision making and problem-solving.

Key Responsibilities:

1) Support to conduct Child Rights Protection Program to Program and Admin Team.

2) Report development of event and support for report writing to Program Director.

3) Coordinate with CZOP members, Government Agencies, and Development partners as guided by Supervisor.

4) Logistic support for workshops, training, and consultations at the federal and provincial levels.

5) Event reporting and compilation for the thematic report, monthly reporting, collect supporting documents for admin and finance and program.

6) Participate in meetings and brief supervisors.

Key competencies required:

1) Must have a year of experience in child rights organizations preferably at the Federal Level.

2) Sound command on Computer skills mostly MS. Word, MS Excel, PowerPoint, email, internet.

3) English and Nepali Typing skills are a must.

4) Written and oral skills in Nepali and English.

5) Having two-wheeler driving skills with a license.

 

Summary of the Position:

The PA is responsible for the smooth running of child protection; especially child and early forced marriage projects under Plan Nepal partnership and child protection programs. S/He coordinates between the member organizations of the Coalition and similar coalition at provincial, local another like-minded Civil Society Organizations (CSOs), Government Agencies, and Human Rights related Constitutional bodies to conduct activities and child protection campaigns under the guidance of the Program Director (PD) and Admin and Finance Officer (AFO).

 

 

A. Communication and information management/documentation

a) To liaise between individual members of CZOP, CSOS, and other agencies to conduct activities and campaigns on child rights protection.

b) Support to develop IEC materials, publication, developing Terms of Reference (ToR) as for the program activities guided by PD and project activities operational guide. Dissemination IEC and publication as per need.

B. Representation

a) Represent the CZOP as guided by Program Director in different forums and present within the CZOP's guidelines.

C. Office Management

a) The position holder support for the logistic and administration as suggested by the supervisor.

D. Line management

a. The PA report to the PD.

 

Applying Procedure:

An interested person applies with a covering letter; mentioning how you work during the lockdown, CV, and two references and email to: bharatee.czopfinance@gmail.com or czopp.central@gmail.com with Subject: Application for the Post of Program Associate with your name. by May 18, 2021, by 5 pm.

Qualified and eligible persons with disabilities, women candidates, and those from disadvantaged backgrounds are highly encouraged to apply. Only shortlisted candidates will be invited for the further selection process

 

Call for Expression of Interest

CZOP invites eligible firm or individual to develop child protection 3 minutes 3D video message (Public Service Announcement-PSA) on:

  1. Positive parenting: promoting love, listen children and avoiding the bullying and harassment,
  2. Protect children from violence, abuse, neglect and exploitation in all setting,
  3. Protecting children need special protection by family and local government

 

Criteria:

  1. The PSD would be in 3D version. (Audiences of the product are: Children, parents, Teachers, people representatives at local level and stakeholders)
  2. The separate audio production must be developed from video with same massage.
  3. The message is in Nepali language.
  4. Script covers on the mentioned three issues

 

Interested individuals and firms are requested to submit their expression of interest- with following requirements:

  1. VAT and other legal documents: registration, renewal with DAO or company register office and Tax clearance certificate.
  2. CV of individual (if individual applies)

Interested individual or firm can drop their expression of interest with script not later than 12.00 noon on July 20, 2020. CZOP provides brief concept via email to interested firm/individual.

Deliverables

Work

Date

Selection

July 20, 2020, 5 PM

Orientation

July 21, 2020 at 12 noon

Script Final

July 21, 2020 5 PM

First draft

August 10, 2020

Feedback by CZOP

August 14, 2020

Final Product Submission to CZOP

August 19, 20209

Email: bharatee.czopfinance@gmail.com or czopp.central@gmail.com, 01-4481093 Ext. no- 544

Sealed quotation are preferred.

 

This CZOP-SCI Partnership program.

 

About CZOP:

CZOP (Children as Zone of Peace National Campaign) starts in 2001 and made a loose coalition in 2003. This national campaign is a coalition of organizations working in the field of child rights (Children and Schools as Zones of Peace) including CSOs, INGOs. National Human Rights Commission and Unicef Nepal are observer members. Now CZOP has 47 member organizations.

It has emerged as a movement that advocates for the protection and promotion of children’s basic rights.  during and after armed-conflicts.

The Nepal’s CZOP campaign conceptualized and promoted the idea of children as a zone of peace as a general political agenda among political parties under the child rights and child protection. The campaign is mainly to refrain children from engaging and associating in party led political movement both armed and unarmed; and to have responsive interventions of support and relief from civil society to the victims/surviving children affected by conflict during the armed conflict period.

 

Date: of Publication: July 14, 2020

Call for Expression of Interest

CZOP invites the eligible firm or individual to develop child protection 3 minutes 3D video message (Public Service Announcement-PSA) on:

  1. Positive parenting: promoting love, listen children and avoiding the bullying and harassment,
  2. Protect children from violence, abuse, neglect and exploitation in all setting,
  3. Protecting children need special protection by family and local government

 

Criteria:

  1. The PSD would be in 3D version. (Audiences of the product are: Children, parents, Teachers, people representatives at local level and stakeholders)
  2. The separate audio production must be developed from video with same massage.
  3. The message is in Nepali language.
  4. Script covers on the mentioned three issues

 

Interested individuals and firms are requested to submit their expression of interest- with following requirements:

  1. VAT and other legal documents: registration, renewal with DAO or company register office and Tax clearance certificate.
  2. CV of individual (if individual applies)

Interested individual or firm can drop their expression of interest with script not later than 12.00 noon on July 20, 2020. CZOP provides brief concept via email to interested firm/individual.

Deliverables

Work

Date

Selection

July 20, 2020, 5 PM

Orientation

July 21, 2020 at 12 noon

Script Final

July 21, 2020 5 PM

First draft

August 10, 2020

Feedback by CZOP

August 14, 2020

Final Product Submission to CZOP

August 19, 20209

Email: bharatee.czopfinance@gmail.com or czopp.central@gmail.com, 01-4481093 Ext. no- 544

Sealed quotation are preferred.

 

This CZOP-SCI Partnership program.

 

About CZOP:

CZOP (Children as Zone of Peace National Campaign) starts in 2001 and made a loose coalition in 2003. This national campaign is a coalition of organizations working in the field of child rights (Children and Schools as Zones of Peace) including CSOs, INGOs. National Human Rights Commission and Unicef Nepal are observer members. Now CZOP has 47 member organizations.

It has emerged as a movement that advocates for the protection and promotion of children’s basic rights.  during and after armed-conflicts.

The Nepal’s CZOP campaign conceptualized and promoted the idea of children as a zone of peace as a general political agenda among political parties under the child rights and child protection. The campaign is mainly to refrain children from engaging and associating in party led political movement both armed and unarmed; and to have responsive interventions of support and relief from civil society to the victims/surviving children affected by conflict during the armed conflict period.

 

Date: of Publication: July 14, 2020

CZOP, a national coalition of organizations working in the field of child rights (Children and Schools as Zones of Peace), has emerged as a movement that advocates for protection and promotion of children’s basic rights during and after armed conflicts. Building upon the movements that developed in Nepal in early 2001, this coalition has forged to magnify and strengthen the efforts to declare children as Zones of Peace including the establishment of Schools as Peace Zone. CZOP seeks a competent, committed and result oriented candidate for the following position;

Position: Paid Intern (Short Term)
Duty Station: Kathmandu and frequently field visit
Starting Date: April 1, 2019
No of Position Required: 1
Type: Full Time
Immediate Reporting: Program Coordinator


Key Responsibilities:

  1. Coordination with CZOP members, Government Agencies and Development partners as guided by Supervisor.
  2. Logistic support for workshop, training and consultations at the federal and provincial level.
  3. Event reporting and compilation for the thematic report, monthly reporting, collect supporting documents for finance and program.
  4. Participate in meetings and brief to supervisors.

Key competencies required:

  1. Bachelors Degree in Social Science; BSW
  2. Must have 3 months working experience in child rights organization preferably at Federal Level.
  3. Sound command on Computer skills mostly MS. Word, Ms Excel, power point, email, internet.
  4. English and Nepali Typing skills are a must.
  5. Good skill on written and oral both in Nepali and English.
  6. Basic knowledge of accounting, office management.

Interested personals send their applications by 18 March 2018 in a given email. An application must include covering letter, CV, names of references, contact telephone number/s, email, full mailing address and recent photograph at czopp.central@gmail.com. www.czopnepal.org Published Date: March 12, 2019


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