Misr Foundation for health and sustainable development based in Cairo , established June
2015 , working on women health and issues , youth empowerment , refugees sector , child
health and innovation in civil society work.
Misr foundation partnership with all three sectors of development ; Public , Private and
government as Plan international , UNFPA , CARE Egypt , FHI , MOY , Population council ,
Global Youth ambassadors in Egypt , MOH and national council for women .
This project aim to adolescent protection and empowerment in area of SRHR ; improve girls’
and boys’ equal access to gender and youth friendly sexual and reproductive health
information and services , also the reduction of early marriage , FGM and other harmful
practice towards girls.
Project is implemented at Four area ( Haram/Faisal , 6th October ,10th of Ramdan and Al-Obour) in cooperation with Plan international Egypt , Funded by Takeda company .
Background about The Project :
Project will support Syrian and host community adolescents and young adults as rights
holders and build their capacity to act as active citizens to claim their sexual
reproductive health rights including accessing sexual reproductive services. The
underlying rationale behind the intervention is that when adolescent girls and boys and
young adults have the knowledge and skills about their rights to SRH and available
services, psychosocial competencies or life skills, and have the social networks that
support them, they will be enabled to better navigate their own situation and make
healthy decisions that promote their sexual and reproductive health, rights and well-
At the individual level the project sees adolescents and youth as contributors to their
own protection and are able – in line with evolving capacities – to claim their right to
sexual reproductive health. Activities will promote participatory awareness raising on
SHR, psychosocial well-being through community based activities to support them in
dealing with distress, at the same time and better access to SHR services.
In addition, the intervention recognises the key role that families and communities play
both as enablers and inhibitors of sexual reproductive health rights, and therefore
works to build knowledge and awareness on sexual reproductive health rights,
particularly for adolescents and youth. Caregivers and community leaders will be
mobilized to lead awareness raising on sexual reproductive health rights amongst their
peers and in the wider community. Parents and caregivers will be targeted for
participation in circles, where a trained project staff member together with a parent
volunteer facilitator will hold sessions to discuss topics relevant to parents and
caregivers including parenting skills, parental SRH, adolescents’ SRH and accessing
services. After orientation, key members will be engaged and supported to lead
sensitisation and awareness activities in the local community as well as with targeted
audiences, such as parents who are adopting harmful practices.
At the level of institutions and services, the project aims to address the gap in
awareness of and access to SRH services through mapping and community based
strategies to provide medical and psychosocial support, provide and enhance referral
pathways. For vulnerable adolescents, particularly married girls, young mothers, and
girls who have experienced SGBV, or those who are considered at extreme risk, the
project will ensure access to local SHR, family planning and counselling services
through referrals in collaboration with (clinical) health partners that have been identified
via the service mapping.
The project’s final goal is To empower girls and young women, supported by boys and
young men, to take informed decisions with regards to their lives and bodies as well
as about if, whom and when to marry or get children. To achieve this impact, the
following outcomes are anticipated:
Outcome 1: Adolescent girls and boys and young adults have increased
knowledge, skills and behaviours related to Sexual and Reproductive Health
(SRH), with a particular focus on child marriage and maternal health amongst
Outcome 2: Spouses, parents, caregivers, and communities have enhanced
knowledge about adolescent SRH rights and services and are increasingly
supportive of girls’ and young women’s sexual and reproductive health rights.
Outcome 3: Adolescent girls and boys, and their caregivers, and young women,
men and their spouses have improved access to inclusive, community-based,
youth-friendly and gender responsive SRH services
Project is implemented at Four area ( Haram/Faisal , 6th October ,10th of Ramdan and Al-
Obour ) in cooperation with Plan international Egypt , Funded by Takeda company ,
implemented in partnership with Plan International Egypt.
Delivering awareness workshops to Syrians and Egyptians participants about
their rights in Their country Laws related to assigned topics.
Raise awareness about steps must be tacking in cases related to SRH rights
or GBV ...etc.
Peer counselling and peer information .
Raise awareness about hazards/legal effects /rights violation that can
happen in such cases
Message we need to discuss in peer information sessions and give
consultation about it :
Personal status Law.
Female genital mutilation .
Harassment /sexual harassment.
Rape different situations and law.
Sexual and reproductive health rights and Law.
Gender based violence.
Any other related topics.
1. Awareness session for two days to Egyptians and another two days to Syrians separately
each day 8 working hours ( 4 for awareness and 4 for peer consultation )
2. Providing peer consultation after each session to related cases from attendees.
3. Providing reports implementation of each awareness day at each location.
Reports should be in ARABIC .
Sent to Project manager in official mail and forum .
Should be submitted after one each group , one after finishing each area and final Report.
Report template will be send from our side.
Qualification and experience of Consultants :
Experience in related field from 3 to 5 Years .
Experience in delivering sessions and peer consultation.
Stress management and problem solving skills.
Flexible timeline and availability .
Aware of Syrians laws inside and outside Egypt.
Deadline to send your candidature is 10th of November.
Selection will be by 15th of November .
Start from December 2018 to April 2019
Number of days for sessions might be increased according to needs of target area.
Payment Terms :
Payment will be made after completing all sessions and submitting and adopting reports within 20 working days.
- Please send your TECHNICAL AND FINANCIAL offers Separated in closed envelopes to our
foundation office at
2 Farouq Amer st, of Abd Elhamid Badwy st, Sharaton – Cairo – Egypt ,
Dr.Naglaa Fathy Lithy , Project Manager of Girls Decide project Funded by Plan international Egypt .
- Kindly Note that Financial offer should include Tax , all prices of material , facilitation, transportations
- Profile of the organization (in the case of an institution) including experience with similar trainings
in the past.
- Full list of the trainers that will implement the training, with respective roles and CVs.
- Technical offer should competitive and describe Methodology , agenda , expectations , outcome...etc.
- Deadline of Submission is 10th of November.
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