Background & Description


Community Appraisal and Motivation Programme (CAMP) is looking for consultants to prepare training manuals on various topics to build capacities of youth, youth groups and civil society organisations for its project “Engaging Women and Youth-led Movements to Monitor Implementation of FATA Reforms”. The proposed project has two components which aim to strengthen and support youth-led movements and local civil society organisations (CSOs) to improve grassroots governance, and advocate women’s right to inheritance in the merged districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province of Pakistan respectively. The objective will be achieved by engaging with youth and CSOs through capacity building efforts, providing micro-grants, promoting awareness and advocacy around implementation of FATA Reforms and women’s right to inheritance etc.

Following are the details for this consultancy:  

  1. Develop a Training Manual on Policy Advocacy, Social Media & Ethics, for youth from newly merged districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. It is expected that with knowledge and skills gained from the project, young people will become articulate in their demands and gain more confidence to advocate with stakeholders (in particular legislators).
  1. Develop a Training Manual on Monitoring & Evaluation of development Projects, for youth groups from newly merged districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. It is expected that youth groups will have the knowledge and skills to monitor and evaluate development schemes at the local level, and eventually become a resource for development partners.
  1. Develop a Training Manual on Women’s Protection Laws & Right to Inheritance, for civil society organisations (CSOs) working in the newly merged districts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province. It is expected that trained CSOs will raise awareness among tribal communities and initiate a discourse on giving women their rightful share in inheritance.


Each of the above manuals will have the following deliverables:

Deliverable 1: Outline for Manual – the consultant will be expected to present an outline for the manual to CAMP.

Deliverable 2: Draft Manual – the draft manual will be shared by the consultant for feedback from CAMP, to be incorporated in the final version.

Deliverable 3: Final Manual & PowerPoint presentation for a three-day training workshop.

Requirements and Skills

Selection Criteria

  • Advanced degree in relevant subject;
  • Expertise in the topic of the manual being applied for, particularly in the context of the former Federally Administered Tribal Areas or Newly Merged Districts;
  • Knowledge of local culture and context is a must;
  • Experience in developing training manuals; and
  • Practical experience in the technical area

Language Proficiency

  • Excellent English language skills

Other Skills & Competencies

  • Very good organizational skills, in particular time-management and prioritisation of tasks;
  • Ability to present technical terminology for non-experts in a simplified manner; and
  • Computer literacy skills with standard software.


  • The consultant’s work must be original
  • Each training manual should cover material for a three-day workshops
  • The consultancy period is for a maximum of 20 working days and is expected to start in early September 2019
How to Apply

Please send a detailed CV (including references) and a covering letter stating the title of the manual you are interested to develop, your consultancy fee and work plan to the following email:  

Queries may also be sent to the same email

About Organization

Community Appraisal and Motivation Programme (CAMP) is a national non-profit and non-governmental organisation established and registered in May 2002, under the Societies Act of 1860 (Registration No. 192/5/2946). We work with some of the most underprivileged communities in Pakistan; responding to emergencies, improving access to quality health and education, creating livelihood opportunities and working closely with communities and government departments to promote human rights, peace and security.
CAMP has a long history of working in the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) and Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province (KP); our research and advocacy work expanded to Balochistan, Punjab and Sindh provinces in 2012. Currently, CAMP is implementing advocacy and development projects in Punjab and Balochistan, further strengthening our network across the country.