UNDP Adaptive Learning Campaign 2022 - ইউএনডিপি অ্যাডাপটিভ লার্নিং ক্যাম্পেইন ২০২২ - training course in bangladesh - UNDP Jobs 2022 - NGO Jobs 2022

UNDP Adaptive Learning Campaign 2022 - ইউএনডিপি অ্যাডাপটিভ লার্নিং ক্যাম্পেইন ২০২২ - training course in bangladesh - UNDP Jobs 2022

UNDP Adaptive Learning Campaign 2022 - ইউএনডিপি অ্যাডাপটিভ লার্নিং ক্যাম্পেইন ২০২২ - training course in bangladesh - UNDP Jobs 2022

National Consultant - Detail Design of ‘Adaptive Learning Campaign’ for Young Girls and Boys in Khulna and Satkhira Districts - GCA Project

Location : Various locations, BANGLADESH

Application Deadline : 29-May-22 (Midnight New York, USA)

Time left : 1d 17h 57m

Type of Contract : Individual Contract

Post Level : National Consultant

Languages Required : English  

Starting Date : (date when the selected candidate is expected to start) 15-Jun-2022

Expected Duration of Assignment : 40 Working days over 4 months period

UNDP is committed to achieving workforce diversity in terms of gender, nationality and culture. Individuals from minority groups, indigenous groups and persons with disabilities are equally encouraged to apply. All applications will be treated with the strictest confidence.

UNDP does not tolerate sexual exploitation and abuse, any kind of harassment, including sexual harassment, and discrimination. All selected candidates will, therefore, undergo rigorous reference and background checks.


Climate change-induced soil and water salinity is projected to adversely impact freshwater dependent agricultural livelihoods (leading to loss of productivity or livelihoods) as well as the availability and quality of drinking water in the vulnerable coastal communities in Bangladesh. Furthermore, given the crucial role that women play in water security and household level resilience, and their socio-economic marginalization, the climate change-induced threat to agricultural livelihoods and drinking water security of the affected coastal communities disproportionately affects women and girls.

GCA project, jointly funded by The Government of the People's Republic of Bangladesh (USD 8 million) and the Green Climate Fund (US 24.29 million), will empower target communities, especially women, as ‘change-agents’ to plan, implement, and manage resilient livelihoods and drinking water solutions. The key objective of the proposed project is to support the Government of Bangladesh (GoB) in strengthening the adaptive capacities of coastal communities, especially women, to cope with impacts of climate change-induced salinity on their livelihoods and water security. UNDP resources will be combined with GoB co-financing to address information, technical, financial and institutional barriers in implementing and managing resilient livelihoods and drinking water solutions for the vulnerable communities in the Southwestern coastal districts of Khulna and Satkhira. An estimated 719,229 people (about 245,516 direct and 473,713 indirect) will be benefited from the proposed project interventions.

The project will enable those communities to address climate change risks on livelihood and drinking water security to promote synergistic co-benefits. It will enhance the adaptive capacities of these communities in the face of worsening impacts of climate-change induced salinity on their freshwater resources which in turn adversely affect livelihood and drinking water requirements. UNDP resources will be invested in promoting a diversification from currently non-adaptive, freshwater-reliant livelihoods of small-scale farmers, fishers, and agro-labourers towards climate-resilient agricultural livelihoods. GoB co-financing is leveraged to support adoption and scale of these alternative, climate-resilient agricultural livelihoods through strengthened value-chains and market linkages for their long-term viability in the face of increasing salinity and extreme weather. The project also utilizes UNDP and GoB resources to support investments in and management of climate-resilient drinking water solutions to secure year-round, safe drinking water supplies for the targeted communities. Access to reliable, safe drinking water enables the communities, especially women and girls in targeted households, to invest the resulting time and cost savings and health co-benefits in enhanced livelihoods and income generating and/or educational opportunities. In turn, the enhanced incomes and livelihoods will enable the communities to sustain the investments in the drinking water supply solutions in the long-term. Finally, through investments in institutional capacities, knowledge dissemination and evidence-based learning, the project will enable pathways for replication and scale of project impact to secure livelihoods and drinking water across the vulnerable districts of the southwest coast of Bangladesh. The project yields significant environmental, social (including gender), and economic co-benefits including enhanced integrity of coastal ecosystems and freshwater resources; improved gender norms and women empowerment; and increased income and health benefits, estimated at USD15 million and USD4 million respectively over the project lifetime.

The project contributes towards GoB’s achievement of priorities outlined in the Nationally Determined Contributions (NDC) and its climate change strategies. The project objective speaks to the top five key near-term areas of intervention identified by the INDC to address adverse impacts of climate change including: (1) Food security, livelihood and health protection (incl. water security); 2) Comprehensive disaster management, 3) Coastal Zone Management, including Salinity Intrusion control, 4) Flood Control and Erosion protection, 5) Building Climate Resilient Infrastructure.

Project Strategy: 

Firstly, the project will address the barriers related to low awareness of and access to resilient livelihood practices, lack of technical and financial capacities, and limited adoption and scalability hindering the small-scale farmers, fishers, and agro-laborers to diversify to climate-resilient livelihoods and implement adaptive livelihood strategies. Additionally, the proposed project will build the capacities of beneficiaries to implement climate risk reduction strategies (including through improved last-mile dissemination of EWs) and continually adapt and safeguard their livelihoods and assets as climate risks evolve. 

Secondly, the project will address the barriers of limited understanding and, technical know-how and the constraints on vulnerable communities to safeguard against the deterioration of their drinking water resources due to climate change-induced salinity. Particularly, the project supports women and girls who are burdened with providing water for their families and additionally suffer from drinking water insecurity. Community and GoB resources are leveraged to ensure sustained O&M of the resilient water supply systems, including a commitment to co-manage the systems beyond the project lifetime.

Finally, UNDP resources will be invested in building technical and coordination capacities of two (2) implementing ministries (Ministry of Women and Children Affairs and Local Government Division); facilitating knowledge generation and exchange; and establishing learning frameworks to sustain, replicate, and scale resilient livelihood and drinking water solutions for coastal communities.

Background of the BCC Campaign:

A targeted ‘Adaptive Learning’ activity is planned to be undertaken by GCA to focus on young girls and boys in targeted coastal areas to build their long-term adaptive capacities. This will be achieved by integration of project intervention support (Climate resilient livelihoods and safe and year-round drinking water solutions) with targeted awareness raising, behavioral change, and peer-to-peer learning support related to various aspects of climate change such as causes of climate change, potential future changes, and adaptation technologies. Learning from the project is planned to be augmented by providing insights from ongoing project activities, with a focus on collecting and using data in a rigorous manner. This learning (Adaptive Learning) will be evaluated as part of broader project impact evaluation. The learning will also focus on their rights and resources and provide access to information and knowledge on social, economic, and health risks and benefits in a changing climate. Activities of GCA for learning induced adaptive capacity of youth, will be evaluated using rigorous impact evaluation techniques. Key inputs under this Activity include: 3.3.4 Design and implementation of ‘Adaptive Learning’ for young boys and girls through school- and community-based behavioral change communications (BCC).

The campaign, in one hand, will be targeting 150 students each in 10 high schools (1500 School going adolescents in total) across the ten unions (grade 8,9,10) and 150 non-school going boys and girls among the targeted HHs across 10 Unions (1500 non-school going adolescents in total). Mid-term target aims for reaching half of the targeted youth.

The adolescent girls and boys of the GCA Project will be linked to the Kishor-Kishori Club Project, an ongoing flagship project of MOWCA. The IEC materials developed by GCA project will be used for awareness raising programme of Kishor-Kishori club. Similarly, project’s adaptive learning component will be linked to Kishor-Kishori club for mutual sharing of learning and lessons and creating wider constituencies for adaptation and development of adolescent girls and boy. Utilizing the existing structure and resources of Kishor-Kishori clubs, the project can organize separate/dedicated sessions for young boys and girls of project beneficiary households as part of the BCC campaign and vice-versa.

The targeted 3000 school going and non-school going boys and girls will be selected from 10 Unions considering existence/scale/type of project intervention supports, the availability of adolescents among the project beneficiary households, and Government Adolescent Clubs in the unions. 10 schools will be selected from these 10 unions to reach 1500 school going adolescents (150 from each school). Other 1500 non-school going adolescents (150 from each Union) will also be selected from these 10 Unions. Potential trainers for facilitating Adaptive Learning Sessions would be Gender Promoters/Child Facilitators from Adolescents Club Program of DWA, Tottho Apa officials and Young Climate Activists in the Communities (25 Master Trainers). These 10 Unions from the five Upazilas (two from each Upazila) of Khulna and Shatkhira are mentioned below (Ward number within bracket)

UNDP Adaptive Learning Campaign 2022 - ইউএনডিপি অ্যাডাপটিভ লার্নিং ক্যাম্পেইন ২০২২ - training course in bangladesh

As Project GCA would create many different groups focusing different thematic areas- (A total of 1017 Women Livelihood Groups (WLG), 700 Water User Groups (WUG), Water Management Groups (WMG), 101 Early Warning (EW) Volunteer Groups, Social Audit Protocol administration groups will be formed under this project) so, it needs to be addressed in the design how the campaign should reach these thematic groups as well. The campaign could be run among these groups through field level staff especially Ward Facilitators (WF) who will be regularly meeting project beneficiaries, Tottho Apa/ Information Service Officers (Tottho Apa Project of GoB), Gender Promoters/Child Rights Facilitators of Adolescent Clubs, and different Youth Leaders at the Coast for specific BCC initiatives. Therefore, these key people need to be trained on implementing and monitoring BCC initiatives on Adaptive Learning to ensure proper dissemination of the messages. Upazila Women Affairs Officers and Secondary Education Officers of respective Upazilas need to be engaged through the process.

The campaign design and strategies should be aligned with GoB, Green Climate Fund (GCF) and UNDP’s standards, policies and guidelines and should integrate with other important instrument such as Environmental and Social Safeguard Framework, and Indigenous People’s Plan. It should also be aligned with GoB’s planning documents like 8th Five Year Plan, National Adolescent Strategy, National Strategy for Adolescent Health, SDGs and UNDP’s new Country Strategic Plan. The designing of the campaign should also consider the COVID 19 pandemic and its impact on the project participants and young boys and girls. The strategies need to clearly reflect on how it aligns with the planning and strategic documents mentioned above.


The soul objective of this assignment is to develop a detail design of an Adaptive Learning Campaign for Gender Responsive Coastal Adaptation Project. GCA would be implementing an Adaptive Learning Campaign instigating behavioral changes among target population on building community resilience, mitigate potential risks and adverse as well as disproportionate impacts on women (beneficiary households, communities, and Indigenous People/Ethnic Minorities) in the project areas. It also intends to build the adaptive knowledge and capacities of adolescents and women in coastal communities of southwest Bangladesh and enable them to take up resilient, adaptive decisions in the face of climate-induced salinity and other threats. In addition, the hired consultant will also train field staff to build up their capacity for implementing the BCC.

What is the Purpose? What changes do we look for?

The purpose is to add a gender and climate lens in the thinking process of a targeted group of adolescents in the communities and prepare them with a forward-looking learning attitude towards climate adaptation.

The adolescents, as the next generation to bring changes in the communities, will know how to be climate adaptive and gender equal being aware of the climate induced changes and open to transforming gender norms while adapting with the changes.

They will know that certain roles do not necessarily need to be done by women and girls only (eg; fetching water is not only women/girls’ job, same applies for cooking, taking care of children/elderly, doing household chores etc.) or men and boys only (eg; Purchasing or selling things in the market is not only men’s/boy’s job, same applies for leading an event or initiative, dealing with technology etc.). They will act accordingly in their households having shared responsibilities among the family members irrespective of their sexual or gender identity.

The targeted adolescents will know and be aware of the climate adaptive technologies being applied in the working areas of GCA, why these interventions are being taken and behave accordingly to think and act on these technologies in a gender responsive way. The project will harvest learning from these interventions that needs to have a two-way mechanism of learning from each other (adolescents in the communities and the Project). [There would be livelihood interventions from GCA that includes technologies like Hydroponics, Aqua geoponics, Plant Nursery of Saline Tolerant Species, Crab Nursery and Crab feed preparation. GCA has drinking water interventions (Rainwater Harvesting Systems) at institutional (mostly schools) and community level which requires operational maintenance by the users at the community.] Group of adolescent girls and boys (school going and non-school going) in the respective institutions and communities should know why and how these technologies are being adopted and how to maintain these systems to get the best use out of it. They will also be aware of the Early Warning messages and part of them will act as volunteers in the communities for disseminating these messages.

The objective of the assignment is to design an adaptive learning campaign including module(s) and toolkits, which will help:

  • To reduce inter-generational vulnerabilities
  • Break the vicious cycle of generational vulnerabilities
  • Create new generation of people with much better knowledge, skills and behaviour in terms of low carbon and climate resilient daily livings
  • Will help them to learn the global environmental changes and the ways such changes are affecting their life and livelihoods including of their community members
  • Create empathy of women and men, boys and girls towards each other and towards the future generation so that they would have a better future
  • Changing the mindset at household and community level for gender transformative and climate adaptive behavior change- targeting the adolescents as change agents
  • Challenge and promote positive change towards the identified gender norms, values, and practices among target groups (men and women, boys and girls at households and community
  • To result in changed behaviour of the girls and boys of the GCA project, demonstrate positive action towards gender equal behavior, climate adaptive attitude in planning and adopting livelihoods, Hygiene and Operational maintenance of RWHSs, Gender responsive Early Warning and maintaining Social as well as Environmental Safeguards driven by the community people belonging in different groups in terms of sex, age, ethnicity and religion

Specific strategies and set of tools should be clearly identified and reflected against each of the objectives above in the Detail Design of Adaptive Learning Campaign.

Duties and Responsibilities
Key Tasks

Key tasks to achieve the objectives mentioned above to serve the purpose of the assignment are to-

  • Prepare a desk-based review on existing and completed Adaptive Learning Programmes at global level.
  • A background analysis (qualitative) for Adaptive Learning through Behavioral Change of the Youth in Khulna and Shatkhira (10 Unions of GCA project).
  • Identify the strategies to achieve each of the objectives mentioned above considering the project interventions of GCA and respective tools as per audience segmentation (strategic approaches – mix of tools, channels, vehicles, and media which will convey and mutually reinforce messages).
  • Identify key messages for the adaptive learning campaign for target audiences, develop a work plan and conduct workshops (the plan should include what tools and how many of them needs to be developed for which audience, and a simple plan for monitoring and evaluation).
  • Recommend tools and develop a toolkit with respective key messages for specific target groups of the audience (IEC and Behavioral Change Communication material).
  • Develop an Adaptive Learning Module for Class VIII-Class X age group of School-going Children and similar age group of Non-school going young boys and girls.
  • Finally, develop the detail design of an Adaptive Learning Campaign for GCA project considering the social and cultural norms of the people in that region and their current practices.
  • Train relevant staff to build up their capacity for implementing the campaign with different target groups to facilitate promotion of gender-responsive and climate adaptive Knowledge Attitude Behavior and Practices (KABP) in the project households and communities translating the intention to adopt climate resilient practices to action and reduce the intention-action gap.?
  • Inception meeting and report; select and detail the approach and tools for collecting the information, designing messages and tools.
  • Indicate the rationale and expected results
  • Literature review
  • Field work: KIIs, FGDs, Workshops/Trainings to gather information, identifying and cataloguing the target groups, pre-test messages and tools etc. to gather information, and validate tools etc.
  • Development of detail design of Adaptive Learning Campaign including the Module and Toolkits
  • Drafting, feedback incorporation and finalization of the campaign implementation guideline

Scope of Work
The scope of work to perform the key tasks will include, but will not necessarily be limited to, the services described below:

3.1 Desk review: Review the project and other relevant documents, policies, and plans-
  • GCA project documents
  • Understand thematic GCA angles and dynamics of the interventions in the field
  • GCA Gender Action Plan
  • GCF Gender Policy
  • UNDP Environment and Social Safeguard Framework, 
  • Indigenous People’s Plan of GCA
  • National Adolescent Strategy
  • National Strategy for Adolescent Health
  • Existing and previous similar BCC campaigns
  • Demographic data of GCA working areas
  • Background Analysis addressing gender dimension and context of youth (literature review)

3.2 Inception meeting:
  • Organize an inception meeting (Virtually or physically) with PMU and government counterparts to present the approach and methodology of developing the BCC Strategy and Campaign design, proposed contents and tools, dissemination plan, tasks, budgets, deadlines, and logistical sequences.
  • The results of the meeting should be captured in the inception report, which will be formally approved by PMU.

3.3 Field study/Scoping study:
  • Understand the GCA thematic angle and dynamics of the interventions around drinking water solutions and climate adaptive livelihoods in the field
  • Identify 1500 school-going and 1500 non-school going young girls and boys from the beneficiary households of the respective wards in the 10 Unions mentioned (Table-1) and cataloguing them in light of the field findings.
  • Conduct a rigorous analysis of the behavior of the target population and groups, considering local context, perception, beliefs, current practices, role as doer and non-doer (inclusive analysis of the target groups addressing ethnicity, different age groups, sexual identities, religion, disability is suggested).
  • Collect and compile content for Adaptive Learning Module from technical experts at Khulna Office (The team responsible for developing the module need to visit intervention sites of GCA on Water and Livelihood to understand and collect/compile the content and design the module).

3.4 Analysis of the background and current practices
  • Stock taking of existing BCC strategies and campaigns in the coastal context of Southwest Bangladesh
  • Identify area of BCC for respective target groups and propose content of the Adaptive Learning Module
  • Identification of the key messages for different target groups in consultation with the thematic groups

3.5 Establish a baseline of the campaign:
  • Identification and documentation of the current behavior and practice of the target population (1500 school-going and 1500 non-school going adolescents) and Intention-Action Gap as baseline for BCC intervention

3.7 Design Adaptive Learning Campaign through BCC linking with other thematic issues:
  • Develop BCC messages along with the thematic teams (small meetings and workshops)
  • Design a campaign for the GCA project with an aim to reduce the intention-action gap of the target population through adaptive learning (Gender Attitude- unpaid care work, Hygiene and O&M of community based RWHS- Tragedy of Commons, adaptive livelihoods, Early Warnings, Social and Environmental Safeguard)
  • Alignment and linkage of the campaign and plan with relevant government programme (Adolescent Clubs, Tottho Apa Project).

3.8 Development of Adaptive Learning Toolkit:
  • Identify key messages and plan channels of dissemination
  • Develop Adaptive Learning Module (Gender Attitude- unpaid care work, Hygiene and O&M of community based RWHS- Tragedy of Commons, adaptive livelihoods, Early Warnings, Social and Environmental Safeguard) for the adolescents.
  • Develop Toolkit for different groups/target groups (WLG, WUG, WMC, Adolescents, EW Volunteer groups, Social Audit Groups etc.) with guidelines, messages, audio-visual context, flipchart, animated film, BCC materials for the campaign (Multiple modules for different groups)
  • Identify mixture of media and contents that best fit the target audiences (billboards, posters, wall painting, drawing competition, Drama, folk song, debate, interactive theatre, Community/FM radio etc.)

Note 1: On Social Media:
-Creation of content and monthly social media calendar for Social media posting in consultation with GCA thematic teams and Communication Team

-Preparation of social media packs for key events, and campaigns focusing on interactive contests and campaign appropriate for the local youth of Khulna and Shatkhira.

-Identify the social media that local youth uses most- explore possibilities to engage social media influencers popular among the local youth in Khulna and Shatkhira.



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