Girl Hub is a strategic collaboration between the Nike Foundation and the UK Department for International Development (DFID), based in the UK, currently operating in three African countries, and with plans to open in India and elsewhere.
Girl Hub Nigeria requires a consultant to develop a curriculum for the Tauraruwa safe spaces programme, that is user friendly, easy to understand, appropriate to the northern Nigerian context and relevant to girls between the age 10-19
Scope of Work
Develop a comprehensive Safe Space curriculum that will suit the learning objectives of the programme. The content should be robust, age appropriate, easy and fun to facilitate effective learning, interest as well as retention of girls throughout the program cycle.
Develop a facilitator’s guide for the program that will complement the learning objectives of girls in safe spaces clubs. ·
Contextualize key messages to ensure its relevance to the challenges of girls' in northern Nigeria.Sequence and phase the content to allow girls time to digest information and retain learning before moving on to the next topic
Simplify learning methods and methodology for peer mentors.
Adapt methodology and learning methods to age and preferences of target group (e.g. low literacy, girls with disabilities/ special needs) with special attention to interactive sessions which include but not limited to games, short fun activities, drama skits, discussions and stories).
Complete proposals, sample of previous work done, Capacity statement, budget and cover letter highlighting your area of expertise and addressing key criteria above, and availability must be submitted by email to: Amina Adamu Aliyu at firstname.lastname@example.org and include “Safe Spaces Curriculum development” on the subject line of the email on or before 26th November 2014