RURAL AGENCY FOR COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AND ASSISTANCE has floated a tender for Consultancy for the Revision of MID-P-s Human Resource Compensation Structure. The project location is Kenya and the tender is closing on 27 Oct 2021. The tender notice number is , while the TOT Ref Number is 58657883. Bidders can have further information about the tender and can request the complete tender document by Registering on the site.

Procurement Summary

Country : Kenya

Summary : Consultancy for the Revision of MID-P-s Human Resource Compensation Structure

Deadline : 27 Oct 2021

Other Information

TOT Ref.No.: 58657883

Document Ref. No. :

Competition : ICB

Financier : Self Financed

Purchaser's Detail

Kindaruma Rd, Nairobi, Kenya Phone: +254 725 361478

Tender Details

Tenders are invited for Consultancy for the Revision of MID-P-s Human Resource Compensation Structure in the Organizational HR Manual. Kenya is subject to recurrent, cyclical, and erratic disasters characterized as natural (climatological, hydrological, biological, and the like) or man-made (technological, social, chemical, and the like). When disasters occur in Kenya, local actors are the first to respond. However, these local actors are undermined by gaps and shortcomings within the Kenya Disaster Response System. As such, Johanniter International Assistance (JIA), and three local NGO first responders - The Rural Agency for Community Development and Assistance (RACIDA), St. Johns Ambulance of Kenya, and Merti-Integrated Development Programme (MID-P) (hereafter referred to as the consortium members) - commissioned a systemic analysis of Kenya-s Disaster Response System to identify key areas for investment and capacity building. The analysis revealed several categories of barriers that hinder effective service delivery by first responders in Kenya, which relate to policy, legal and institutional frameworks, structures and systems, resources and community/public awareness. Based on these gaps, the consortium is investment to strengthen the capacity of the three nationals first responders (RACIDA, St. Johns Ambulance of Kenya, and MID-P) to accomplish the following: a) increase their technical capacity; b) improve their in-country fundraising capacity for timely intervention; c) increase their public recognition and accountability; d) share and develop the "Knowledge Products" of first responders, i.e. share and document best practices to better learn from successes and failures. The project will coordinate their activities with other actors such as the police, the County Steering Committees, the Northern Frontier Alliance in ASAL, etc. to avoid duplication, exploit synergies and ensure the transmission of relevant information. The direct beneficiaries of the project are staff of the three consortium members, i.e. RACIDA, St. John Ambulance and MID-P whose technical, advocacy and fundraising capacities will be strengthened, as well as selected members of the County/National ASAL Forums and the County Steering Group. As per the proposal, the consortium members have selected governance as the capacity area to be strengthened in the first year of implementation. MID-P-s identified area for investment is to improve its compensation structure. Specifically, MID-P seeks to develop a compensation structure that is competitive with its peer organizations and a salary scale. This guidance and salary scale is envisioned to be implemented as a new chapter and annex within the MID-P HR Manual. Therefore, the consultancy requires an addition to the existing HR Manual and not a complete revision of the MID-P HR Manual.

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