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Cash for Work External Monitoring Mechanism and Capacity Building of Local Authorities - Jordan

September, 23 2019
Within the framework of the Resilience & Social Cohesion Programme (RSCP) - Strengthening the resilience of host communities and Syrian refugees in Lebanon, Jordan and Iraq (Kurdistan) funded by the European Trust Fund MADAD, the Italian Agency for the Development Cooperation – AICS is looking for experienced organizations to provide two types of services:
  1. Cash for Work External Monitoring Mechanism: the contracted organization will implement a monitoring mechanism for our CfW - Cash for Work and/or EIIP – Employment Intensive Infrastructure Projects components. Where possible, the ILO Standard Operating Procedures - Cash-for-Work and Employment-Based Projects will be applied. The service will have to provide the following deliverables: a) support the Local Authorities and/or contractors in the selection of CfW/EIIP beneficiaries; b) establish a complaint a feedback mechanism; c) supervise the working conditions and the respect of international labour standards and domestic labour law (and any other relevant law); d) Monitor the payments procedures and support Local Authorities and/or contractors in tracking them; e) Establish a “Post Employment Service” to assist beneficiaries in order to make educational, training and occupational choices and manage their careers.
  2. Capacity Building: this service aims at strengthening central and local institutional capacities, in order to foster responsive and efficient local government interventions. Details on contents of the training(s) will be provided to shortlisted applicants along with the tender dossier.