LCI Social Inclusion Consultant Jobs in Kenya

LCI Social Inclusion Consultant Jobs in Kenya


  • A Gender Equality and Social Inclusion (GESI) Strategy and Action Plan to ensure that the S4P Kenya programme is at least level 1 (minimum compliance), ideally aiming for level 2 (empowerment) of the Prosperity Fund Gender & Inclusion Framework.


    The GESI Strategy and Action Plan for the programme should:

  • Meet at least level 1 (Minimum Compliance – Programmes address due diligence, risks, basic needs and vulnerabilities of women and excluded groups) requirements of the Prosperity Fund GSI Framework for Programme Development and
    Aim to reach levels 2 (Empowerment – Programmes build assets, capabilities and opportunities for women and excluded groups) and
    Aspire to build foundations for system change for level 3 (Transformational Change – Programmes address unequal power relations and seek systemic institutional, legal and societal changes).

  • Be compliant with the Gender Equality Act and SDG 5: Gender equality and women’s empowerment.

  • Be developed in-country and reflect the inputs from the LC Technical Lead for Economic Inclusion and Innovation and S4PKe team.

  • Be no more than 30 pages long (excluding the annexes).

  • Assumptions and dependencies: Depending on the sector and/or context, there is a recognition that the most appropriate and realistic focus may be at Minimum Standard or Empowerment level, whilst Transformative change may be more complex and longer-term (requiring political will), but a more sustainable process for greatest impact.


    The GESI Strategy and Action Plan should meet the following requirements:

  • Logically structured, concise, well presented and understandable to the intended audience

  • Apply the Prosperity Fund Gender and Inclusion Framework for Programme Development, (to be provided), ensuring the programme is at least level 1 (minimum compliance), yet aiming for impact at empowerment (level 2) and where possible, transformational change (level 3).

  • Clear impact analysis ensuring the programme aims to address identified social inclusion issues, and demonstration of how gender and social inclusion considerations have influenced decisions on priority regions and sectors, including marginalised groups, indigenous communities, disabled people.

  • Clearly links impact
    analysis to proposed programme interventions and activities, explaining rationale for interventions and activities, and clearly explaining the level of ambition for each intervention or activities, as per the Prosperity Fund Gender and Inclusion Framework.

  • Clear risk analysis and mitigation plans on gender and social inclusion.

  • Clear baselines and indicators for interventions and activities.

  • Clear key performance indicators for monitoring linked to MREL plan and including G&SI-disaggregated data and G&SI-specific indicators. As a minimum, programmes should collect disaggregated data by sex, age and income quintile and to include at least one KPI on gender.

  • Clearly identify and allocate financial/human resources for implementation of the Strategy and Action Plan, with narrative on how G&SI-related activities have been costed in.

  • The GESI Action Plan format is flexible but at a minimum should include key activities, timelines, responsibilities and any budgeted costs.

  • Submission of the GESI Strategy and Action Plan should be in 3 phases: (a) Outline of GESI
  • Strategy and Action Plan (b) Draft GESI
  • Strategy and Action Plan (c) Final GESI
  • Strategy and Action Plan.

    How to Apply

  • A detailed technical proposal including:
    Description of how your skills and experience match the TOR requirements,

  • Your understanding of the assignment
    Proposed methodology and work plan

  • A financial proposal: Should include a detailed budget in Kenya Shillings.

  • Your CV, including track-record of recent projects, references of at least three (3) recent clients.

  • Sample of similar Gender Equality and Social Inclusion (GESI) Strategy and Action Plan developed.

  • Please respond with your Expression of Interest to by COB 20 November 2020.

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