Youth and Development Consultancy Institute (Etijah)
Youth and Development Consultancy Institute (Etijah) is a specialized institute in developing, improving
and disseminating development methodologies in the field of youth and community development. Based
in Cairo, the institute was founded in 2006 and registered on August 16 th , 2006 (registration No. 6638),
under the Egyptian Law No. 84/2002 on Non-Governmental Organizations.
Etijah primary concern is to create and tailor up-to-date and high-quality development methodologies,
research tools, applicable practices of youth development and training delivery models, to be able to
qualify youth by providing them with the skills, know-how and aptitudes, as well as contribute in building
the capacity of governmental and non-governmental youth-serving organizations. Our role is to provide
youth with direct access to unconditional participation by providing them with practical tools and models
for developing community-wide initiatives.
In 2016, Etijah started working with UNFPA and the Ministry of Youth and Sports to engage Youth
Centers to adopt different population issues awareness raising including family planning and SRH to be
among the main activities of Youth Centers. By the end of 2018, 47 Population awareness Clubs (PACs)
were established to be hubs within Youth centers to disseminate awareness. In 2019, more new PACs will
be established and activated through different activities including capacity building and awareness
activities through theatre, sports and training sessions.
In additions, the project is going to organize Youth camps for young people from different governorates
to educate them on different SRH and GBV topics utilizing edutainment and sports techniques. Training
on business life skills will be included as well.
Objectives of the Mission
• Review UNFPA manuals (4 manuals) to prepare a TOT manual to be used in the capacity
building activity that will be attended by the PACs members and the camps trainers.
• The manual to be developed and prepared should be adopting what is applicable in the manuals to
• If available, conduct 3-day training in at least 5 governorates for young males and females
Duties and Responsibilities:
1. Reviewing existing manuals
2. Adopt the reviewed manuals to prepare a TOT manual that includes the following topics:
General introduction about SRH and SRHR
Harmful practices against girls: FGM and child marriage
Organizing community initiatives and public awareness events
3. Deliver the customized training to at least 125 participants in 5 governorates
4. Preparing training handout, facilitation guide, and the agenda.
5. Developing monitoring and evaluation tools (pretest, posttest and individual trainer feedback)
6. Write a report documenting the process and result of the curriculum includes trainer evaluation
1. A TOT Manual and a facilitation guide.
2. M&E tools such as; pre and post test, trainer evaluation forms.
3. Presentations and handouts
4. A training report including the analysis for the final results.
Professional Skills and Experience
• Minimum 5 years of previous experience in curriculum development.
• Minimum 5 years Previous experience in the specified training topics
• Ability to work with different categories of beneficiaries as well as age groups (male/female
adolescents and adults).
• Demonstrated experience in dealing with different cultures and background.
How to apply
Consultants should submit the following documents for their offers through this link.
A. Technical Proposal
A technical proposal in English as described below:
• A description of the proposed curriculum and the methodology proposed
• Resume of the expert
B. Financial Proposal
• The financial proposal should include a breakdown of the cost elements to assist in determining the rationale of the given rates.
Deadline for submission of technical and financial proposal is Thursday March 21st, 2019