Improvements in governance and associated reforms are among the most important factors for inclusive and sustainable growth in Sudan. Poverty and social exclusion are inextricably linked to weak governance, as there is exclusiveness for some geographic areas such as Kordofan, Blue Nile and Darfur from having their fair share of national resources. Now after the signing of Juba peace agreement in October 2020, which stated clear distribution of resources for these areas that have been affected by the conflict for a long time. Therefore, the economic policy should address and link to SDGs, focusing on strengthening the responsiveness and accountability of the state through good governance.
LEEN in partnership with GIZ is looking ahead to support the transition government towards democratic change through developing and improving the capacity of government, national and public institutions which includes government staff, media groups and civil societies. This initiative will assist in introducing the values and principles for transparency, accountability and participation in budget development and execution. LEEN is referring to the chant of the Sudanese revolution “freedom, peace and justice” as a guiding principle to achieve the goals of revolutionary youth, to overcome the problems that were caused by 30 years of corrupt government. LEEN and GIZ will leverage existing resources to promote knowledge transfer in public financial management to support the reforms. LEEN initiative will bring synergy between the best practices of the international, regional and country-level initiatives on budget analysis and management, Anti corruptions measures, international financial reporting standard, transparency and gender-responsive budgeting and sharing knowledge on budget types and socio-economic programs monitoring.
The overall objective of this initiative is to "Contribute to the improvement of public finance sector in terms of planning, budgeting, execution, reporting, in order to increase efficiency, transparency and accountability and improve the delivery of public services as set out in the constitutional document of transition government “. Specifically:
The purpose of this consultancy is to facilitate a one training of ToT for 4 days for LEEN in Khartoum. This training is part of GIZ funded project aim at enhancing the capacity of public budget actors.
The Consultant will deliver a ToT training in Khartoum targeting selected LEEN pool of trainers that will deliver two (2) training emphasizing on Values and Principles of Public Financial Management and participation principles. First training is designed to target government officials while the second training will target to train civil society and media. The work will be divided into the following activities:
||Contract singing and inception report
||Delivery of the four (4) days training and training materials
||Comprehensive final report
The consultant is expected to meet the following minimum requirements, and provide references for related work undertaken recently as supporting information.
The number of billable days in which this work will be completed is 15 days. This work, as outlined in this term of reference, will be completed between 28/01/2022 and 02/02/2022.
Interested individual candidates or firms should send their application (cover letter, CV, and sample report) to the LEEN through e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Individual candidates or firms should indicate in their cover letter how they fit the criteria outlined in this advert.