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INVITATION FOR CONSULTANCY SERVICE

Conducting an Assessment on the Adverse Effect of Khat in Young People, Review Legal and Policy Frameworks and Provide a Possible Recommendation on Policy Direction and Practices

Youth Leadership and Engagement Access for Development (Youth- LEAD) project is a civil society support program two (CSSP II) funded project and implemented by Redeem the Generation in partnership with Friendship Support Association, Save Your Holy Land Association, Delasalle Community Development Organization, Eshet Children and Youth Development Organization and Pro-poor Ethiopia Development Organization. The aim of this project is enabling young people to constructively engage them in the ongoing democratization process; contribute to conflict prevention and peacebuilding, and address some of the major economic and social challenges facing young people in the country. The project has two specific objectives: Advocacy for the adverse effects of substance abuse (khat) and service improvement for survivors and vulnerable groups and promotion of youth voice through awareness creation and dialogue among different community groups including the youth groups, community members and key government stakeholders.

Youth LEAD implementing partners are seeking to a local consulting firm to conduct an assessment on the Adverse Effect of Khat in Young People, Review Legal and Policy Frameworks and Provide a Possible Recommendation on Policy Direction and Practices with the following specific objective:

         To assess the adverse effect of khat on psychological, economic and social wellbeing of young people  

         To review legal and policy framework to reduce the adverse impacts of Khat on children, youth and the society at large.

         To assess availability and quality of services and support to citizens suffering from or recovering from khat addition and provide practical recommendations to service providers and relevant government actors.

         To provide a possible recommendation on legal and policy directions, behavioral change and community engagement.

The last bid submission date is before or on March 27th, 2020 up to 5:00 pm. Bids after this date and time will not be consider.

Interested bidders can obtain the hard copy of TOR from march 16 to march 20 during working hours (9:00 am to 12:00pm and 2:00 to 5:00 pm) from Redeem the Generation office  (Yeka sub-city, Woreda 09, In front of Salite Mihret church, Cheshire service Ethiopia building, 5th floor, House B_17/92437).