|Overview : |
The current UNICEF Botswana Country Programme Document (CPD) 2017-2021 is set to expire at the end of December 2021. Planning has commenced to develop the new CPD 2022-2026. The new CPD is being developed in line with the new Common Country Assessment (CCA) and new UN Sustainable Development Cooperation Framework (UNSDCF) which, in turn, directly contributes to the aspirations of Botswana’s Vision 2036 and its corresponding National Development Plan (NDP) with intended shifts presented in the NDP 11 Mid-Term Review (MTR). Furthermore, the CPD will be designed to align to Vision 2030, the UNICEF Strategic Plan and also take into consideration conclusions from the UNICEF Botswana Country Office (BCO) Strategic Moment of Reflection (SMR) of 2019 and any recommendations that will be made as part of an upcoming evaluative review of the current CPD. Finally, the new CPD will be developed with an equity lens, and particular attention to gender and children living with disability.
The new CP provides an opportunity for BCO to streamline its focus and planned results, and to ensure that the office is ‘fit for purpose’ to deliver commitments made for children in the form of Sustainable Development Goals. The Country Programme (CP) development process will also include the development of a new Country Programme Management Plan (CPMP).
UNICEF Botswana is seeking an individual or institutional consultant to support the development of the CPD and supporting documents, including - but not limited to - an integrated results and resources framework (IRRF) and costed evaluation plan (CEP). The individual will also support the updating of Programme Strategy Notes (PSNs).