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REQUEST FOR PUBLIC OFFER
The organization - Voice of Roma Ashkali, and Egyptians based in Pristina invites interested companies to submit their offers according to the reference number:
AD-01/2023 Bidder for supply of hygiene products, snacks, snacks and drinks;
AD-02/2023 Video, photography, design and printing services;
AD-03/2023 Hotel services;
AD-04/2023 Transport services;
Bids must be sent in a sealed envelope to the address below by: March 21, 2023 at 4:00 p.m.
St. "Ali Pashë Tepelena" Neighborhood (Aktash) Pristina
e-mail address: email@example.com, www.vorae.org or through the phone number:
049 714 208
EU Award for Roma Integration 2023
Voice of Roma, Ashkali and Egyptians in Kosovo together with #RomaActiveAlbania #KomisioninEuropian 🇪🇺#DGNEAR have launched the call for applications for the 5th edition of the EU Prize for the integration of Roma in the Western Balkans and Turkey. This year's edition of the award is dedicated to the dimension of the inclusiveness of Roma in the #digital agenda 💻 🖥️📲 and #greeneconomy ✅ 🍀, which represent new opportunities for improving the position of vulnerable Roma women and men in the region in the future.
The Roma Integration Award 2023 will promote private or public initiatives by various relevant Roma and non-Roma players - public institutions, private companies and businesses, employers, teachers, civil society organizations - to enhance the role of Roma both in implementation and also in benefiting from the #digital agenda and #green economy.
Deadline to apply: March 15, 2023
Submission of self-nominations is done via e-mail to the address: @TAG.
Submission of nominations is done via email to the address: @TAG.
By mail, it can be sent to the address
Roma Active Albania St. "YlbereBylykbashi"; P. 25; Dec. 2; App. 4; Tirana, Albania
In this case, only applications/nominations received by us within the deadline will be considered. Applications that arrive by post later than the specified deadline will not be considered for evaluation.
CALL FOR APPLICATION IN PRACTICAL WORK
The NGO Voice of Roma, Ashkali and Egyptians in Kosovo, in partnership with HEKS / EPER (Swiss Church Aid) and TdH (Terre des Hommes Foundation), announces:
CALL FOR APPLICATION IN PRACTICAL WORK
The project offers the opportunity to participate in the program for practical work, for young people of the Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian communities in the field of construction for a period of three months. Taking into account the socio-economic situation of marginalized communities in Kosovo, the lack of adequate access to creating jobs, the lack of learning practical work in a professional manner, through this call, the Voice of Roma, Ashkali and Egyptians organization tries to help and improve the socio-economic condition of the Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian communities in Kosovo, thus influencing the creation of employment infrastructure for the youth of the communities.
Voice of Roma Ashkali and Egyptians opens call for Project Proposals for small grants
Application Form / Call for Project Proposals / Submission deadline January 15, 2023 / Project implementation period March 1, 2023- November 30, 2023.
#Voice of #Roma #Ashkali and #Egyptians opens the call for Project Proposals for small grants from 8,000 EUR - 10,000 EUR under the project "Romani women - power of change in the Western Balkan and Turkey", financed by the #European Union and implemented by #RomaActiveAlbania in cooperation with ERGO Network and its partners in the Western Balkans and Turkey.
The general objective of this call for projects is:
Increasing the knowledge, confidence and participation of Roma women in decision-making which will bring an added value to address social challenges.
Applications can be sent in English or Albanian via e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org or with an envelope via post office to the Organization "Voice of Roma, Ashkali and Egyptians" at the address: Rruga ''Ali Pashë Tepelena'' Pristina, Kosovo 10000, by January 15, 2023 at midnight local time.
REQUEST FOR OFFER
The organization - Voice of Roma, Ashkali, and Egyptians based in Pristina invites interested companies to submit their offers for:
THE CHANGE AND COMPLETION OF THE ZONAL MAP OF THE WESTERN PART IN THE CITY OF FUSHE KOSOVO, INCLUDING DISTRICT 028 AND 029 FOR THE PROJECT "Social Justice for Roma, Ashkali and Egyptians 2022-2023"
Interested parties can download the Request for Proposals in the tabs below:
Bids must be sent in a sealed envelope to the address below by:
November 25, 2022 at 4:00 p.m
St. "Ali Pashë Tepelena" Neighborhood (Aktash) Pristina
e-mail address: email@example.com, www.vorae.org or through the phone number: 049 714 208
Construction engineer in the field of housing
NGO "Voice of Roma, Ashkali and Egyptians" (Voice of Roma, Ashkali and Egyptians NGO) for the implementation of the project "Social Justice I" co-financed by the Swiss Office for Development and Cooperation (SDC), as a result of the success and the expansion process, we are looking to fill the position:
Position: Engineer in the field of housing
Job reference term for social media expert to create and manage social networking sites
JOB REFERENCE TERM FOR SOCIAL MEDIA EXPERT TO CREATE AND MANAGE SOCIAL MEDIA SITES
1. DESCRIPTION OF THE INTERVENTION
The Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian population in the Western Balkans continues to be considered one of the most vulnerable minorities in Europe. In Kosovo, many Roma, Ashkali and Egyptians do not have the same status in society as everyone else. They face inadequate education, extreme poverty, extremely high unemployment, difficulty in securing good housing conditions, social exclusion and multiple discrimination.
1.2 General purpose of the project:
The overall goal of the project Social Justice for Roma, Ashkali and Egyptians in Kosovo is to aim for a truly multi-ethnic and multicultural society in Kosovo, where Roma, Ashkali and Egyptians are treated equally by the state and society, with access to the same opportunities as everyone else, and where Ashkali, Roma and Egyptians know their rights and responsibilities, are equal to enjoy those rights in Kosovo, are in a good job in the public and private sector working with dignity to provide for their families. Where they have access to and use good quality public infrastructure, and where services are available and accessible locally. A Kosovo where Ashkali, Roma and Egyptian women are less oppressed, represented in education, employment as well as in other spheres of life and where they are more empowered.
1.3 Project framework:
The project is implemented in a joint partnership between the NGO Voice of Roma, Ashkali and Egyptians in Kosovo, HEKS / EPER (Swiss Church Aid) and TdH (Terre des Hommes Foundation).
1.4 Specific objectives of the Women's Empowerment Program:
The aim of this intervention is to support girls and women from all over Kosovo, especially those from marginalized groups living in Kosovo, who are ready to learn handicrafts, have creative ideas and have their own goal of being employed or generating work for other women. Promoting their work will enable economic empowerment, increase self-confidence, create inspiration for other women, financial independence.
2. RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE EXPERT/COMPANY:
Open the account on the social networks Facebook and Instagram
Develops the idea of how to promote the pages;
Creates strategies for online sales
Manage and maintain the site;
Makes visits to women's day centers (Gadime and Gracanicë) at least 2 times a week;
Trains 2-4 women on managing and maintaining social media pages at least 2 times a week.
Connect social sites with businesses that sell their products online
3. PLANNING AND IMPLEMENTATION OF THE WORK PLAN:
The expert/company is required to update the site at least twice a week;
The expert/company is required to be ready to visit the women's centers (in Gadime and Gracanicë), take photos of their work and prepare materials for posting;
The engagement of the expert is expected to start on November 7, 2022 and end on December 31, 2022.
The bidder is obliged to present the work plan together with the time limits for the training of 2-4 women.
The bidder is obliged to present all the services for the management and maintenance of the pages together with the financial offer;
4. REQUIRED DOCUMENTS
Detailed financial offer with work plan;
Documents proving your work in the field of IT/management of social networking sites;
Certificate of registration (valid for companies).
5. QUALIFICATION REQUIRED
Of this prior experience in the aforementioned field;
Good communication and interpersonal skills;
Ability and willingness to train women;
Prior experience with Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian communities is an advantage;
Minimum 2 years work experience;
The NGO Voice of Roma, Ashkali and Egyptians offers equal employment opportunities for all citizens of the Republic of Kosovo and welcomes offers from all communities in Kosovo.
We encourage women, people with disabilities and community members to submit their offer.
Offers are accepted from 26.10.2022 to 04.10.2022 at 16.00
Mentoring Program Officer (2)
NGO "Voice of Roma, Ashkali and Egyptians" (Voice of Roma, Ashkali and Egyptians NGO) in cooperation with the Council of Europe will implement the project which aims to improve the level of success of all students of the Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian communities. Egyptians enrolled in secondary school through positive interventions, and contribute to their educational cycle, which will result in their better chances to be competitive in the labor market and escape the vicious circle of exclusion. As a result we are looking to fill the position:
Job position: Mentoring Program Officer
Number of positions: Two (2)
Guidelines for Applicants for the Call for Proposals for Small and Medium Grants Schem
The murder of Kujtim Veseli is damaging to the sympathy and it is the end of this and the institutional professionalism.
On behalf of the Remembrance “Fighting Racism against Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian Communities” Guide to Applications within the Sentences of Proposals for the Small and Medium Grants Scheme.
Who can apply?
Criteria on grant consumption!
Amount of grants: Grants are intended for community member projects.
Grants are divided into two categories: small grants, and medium grants
i) The maximum amount for receiving a small grant is up to 5,000.00 EURO.
ii) The maximum amount to understand is the average grant up to 15000.00 EURO. Deadline for submission of applications: June 17, 2022
All applications must be submitted electronically to: firstname.lastname@example.org
Regional campaign “Most Roma Friendly Mayor”
We are launching the 2022 call for the regional campaign for the most “Roma
Friendly Mayor” in the framework of the project “Romani Women Power of Change
in the Western Balkans and Turkey”, implemented jointly by Roma Active Albania
and ERGO Network. The campaign aims to increase awareness of and change
attitudes towards Roma inclusion and contribute to overcoming the many barriers
on the way.
An important part of this campaign is the “Most Roma Friendly Mayor” competition,
which is simultaneously implemented in the Western Balkans and Turkey.
Theaward-winning mayors from Albania, Serbia, Kosovo, The Republic of North
Macedonia, Bosnia and Herzegovina and Turkey will participate in a special event in
the frame of the Roma Week from 16 th until 19 th of May 2022, in Brussels to meet a
high representative from the EU Commission’s Directorate General for
Neighborhood and Enlargement (DG NEAR).
The campaign will strengthen the dialogue between municipalities and Roma
communities and make best practice examples visible. The selection of the “Most
Roma Friendly Mayor” can help communities to make their vision a reality on how
municipalities and the Roma community can come together and engage in a
dialogue on an equal level.
The campaign will focus on positive examples of Roma integration. Moreover, the
selection criteria will emphasize the project philosophy of empowerment,
mobilization and equal dialogue between local authorities and Roma communities.
The competition will be open from March 1 st until April 15 th 2022. An independent
jury will be established in each country, and select the winner of the contest based
on the given questionnaire.
The partners of the project “Romani Women Power of Change in the Western
Balkans and Turkey” will carry out local information sessions to further brief the
interested municipalities on the campaign and competition.
This project is funded by
The European Union
Rr.Ylbere Bylykbashi; P. 25; Shk. 2; Ap
4; Tirane, Albania; e– mail: email@example.com
The completed application form
Articles, news, reports, protocols or any document that support your responses in
the application form
Feedback /assessment from the Roma community regarding the municipality
The application form can be mailed to: firstname.lastname@example.org or to any of the implementing
partners until April 15 th 2022, local time 23:59.
For general inquiries you can also contact email@example.com or check the
facebook page of the event.
Roma Active Albania
RROMA, Republic of North Macedonia
OTAHARIN, Bosnia and Hercegovina
Zero Discrimination, Turkey
Voice of Roma, Ashkali and Egyptians, Kosovo
Forum Roma Srbije, Serbia
This activity is implemented in the framework of the project “Romani Women Power of
Change in the Western Balkans and Turkey”, financed by the European Union.
Call for External Evaluation of the Project Social Justice
1. Description of the intervention
Context: Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian people are trapped in a vicious cycle of exclusion. They do not enjoy their rights and lack opportunity, without adequate health, social protection and care. They are not empowered to be part of societal decision making. All of these are sustained by discrimination and antigypsyism which leads to disengagement, demotivation and disinterest - again reinforcing exclusion.
Overall Goal of the Project: The Project Consortium’s overall goal is a truly multi-ethnic and multi-cultural society in Kosovo, where Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian people are treated as equals by the state and society, with access to the same opportunities as everyone else, and where Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian people know their rights and their responsibilities and are empowered to exercise those rights. A Kosovo where Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian are in decent employment in both public and private sector, where they have access and make use of decent quality public infrastructure, where services are available and accessible locally and where Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian women are less oppressed and under-represented in education and employment and in other spheres of life and where they are more empowered.
Theory of Change: The Consortium recognises that three main pathways to change are necessary to make progress towards this long-term vision, which can be summarized as follows:
the policies and institutional framework for social and economic inclusion of Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian people in Kosovo are strengthened; and
antigypsyism is addressed institutionally, among service providers and in the public sector and, at the same time, Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian communities are empowered to recognize practices, deal with their fears, overcome their passivity and strengthen their trust in institutions; and
integrated actions for social inclusion are implemented and the barriers to participation for Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian communities - for children and women in particular - are addressed and people become empowered to be agents of their own change
the integrated actions towards social inclusion will become more and more effective and the quality of life of Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian people in Kosovo will improve, step by step. Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian people will be treated as equal and in a position to exercise the same opportunities and rights as everybody else. As a consequence, the gap between Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian and non-R/A/E in educational outcomes, access to employment and decent living conditions will diminish over time and the overall inclusion of Roma, Ashkali and Egyptians will improve and increase.
The following outcomes were defined for the project:
Outcome 1: Mainstreaming social inclusion policies and practices has progressed and improvements have been made in procedures in key policy areas that impact on the lives on Roma Ashkali and Egyptian people – namely (i) educational learning centres (ii) the scholarship programme (iii) child protection systems (iv) legal framework for redressing antigypsyism (v) employment quotas for ethnic minorities, (vi) affordable housing solutions (vii) cadastral plans for settlements.
Outcome 2: There is evidence of some shift in public opinion and there is growing recognition of antigypsyism in media and public sector that it is s a root cause of exclusion of RAE people that needs a legal framework and a process and system to redress its negative impact.
Outcome 3: The combined actions applied by the Consortium including, community based childcare centres, tailored labour market interventions and empowerment of Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian women have improved the overall inclusion of Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian people in Kosovo
Project Set-Up: The project components are allocated between VoRAE and Tdh based on the operational strengths of each organisation and supported by HEKS.
The Directors of each organisation play a critical role in the process, but so too does every member of the implementation teams . It is their inputs that ensure the programme’s influence and outcomes are as far reaching as needed – extending from grass-roots level in communities up to the level of ministries, agencies and private sector businesses in Kosovo and beyond in the wider European context.
The implementation teams as well as the Consortium leadership team meet on monthly basis, discuss challenges and opportunities to project implementation and take decisions. In addition, the implementation teams established functional partnerships and exchange mechanisms with other R/A/E inclusion projects in Kosovo and with others operating in similar thematic areas, to avoid duplication and create synergies and maximize the overall project results.
For strategic steering, a project steering strategic committee is formed, consisting of representatives of the project partners (VoRAE, HEKS/EPER, Tdh and Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC) and the key partners at the national level such as Office for Good Governance, Prime Minister's Legal Office, Ministry of Labour and Social Welfare, Ministry of Education, Science and Technology.
2. Purpose and scope
Purpose: The purpose of the evaluation is to provide the consortium with external views and insights about the effectiveness,efficiency and sustainability of key project interventions and advise on possibilities on how to best build on, sharpen and prioritize them, to work as effectively as possible towards the long term goal and outcomes of the project in the coming phase.
Building on the internal mid-term review of the project conducted in 2021 and given the broad scope of the project, the consortium has decided to focus the external evaluation on interventions where additional information is needed to sharpen, prioritize and adapt interventions for the next phase. This concerns first the new interventions in the field of antigypsyism, where the assessment of first experiences is crucial, second the interventions addressing labour market inclusion of Roma, Ashkali and Egyptians, because here the consortium would like to sharpen the approach to increase effectiveness and to complement efforts of other actors in the field, and third the interventions on child protection, because the consortium would like to document and make accessible the learnings for future political dialogue and advocacy work in other policy areas. As each of these areas requires specific qualifications by the evaluator, the assignement has been divided along these lines (please see below 4. and 10. for details).
More specifically, the evaluation seeks to achieve the following objectives:
Assess the effectiveness of the interventions to contribute to the three project outcomes, as specified in the project document, with specific focus on the new interventions in the field of antigypsyism.
Assess the effectiveness, efficiency and sustainability of interventions in the field of labour market inclusion as a basis for the Consortium for deciding on future focus/priorization of interventions.
Assess the relevance, effectiveness and sustainability of interventions on child protection in terms of closing protection gaps and working towards social inclusion and equality of Roma, Ashkali and Egyptians to provide learnings and perspectives for other aspects of social protectionProvide suggestions for further improving the cooperation in the consortium and the M&E system of the project.
Target audience: project consortium, SDC, major back-donors (Medicor Foundation, Bachmann Foundation); in addition, information can be shared with other civil society actors and relevant line ministries of the Kosovo Government.
The purpose of this evaluation is for both accountability and learning purposes that will in turn serve for strategic project steering. However, given the potential application of the findings for the next project phase, learning is prioritized in the evaluation processes. Therefore, the evaluation is mainly formative and the results will be used to develop the next project phase. The results of this evaluation will be complemented by external consultancies in the areas of early childhood development and social housing/settlement transformation, which will complete the information needed for rethinking the sharpening and priorization of the project interventions in the next phase.
Evidence Base: The evaluation shall take into account existing evidence on social inclusion of Roma and other vulnerable groups in Kosovo, which is available through the yearly governmental reports on the implementation of the National Strategy for the Inclusion of Roma and Ashkali, studies conducted by other donors, the MICS from 2019 (which was used for some baseline data by the project) as well as the Antigypsyism Baseline Study conducted in 2021 and the Consortium’s internal mid-term evaluation exercise from November 2021. This can be completed by other sources suggested by the consultant.
3. Criteria and questions
The evaluation questions were developed by the project team of the Consortium (please refer to the table on page 5-7) and address the DAC criteria of effectiveness, efficiency and sustainability/next steps.
4. Methodology and process
The overall approach is expected to be based mainly on a mix of qualitative methods for data collection and analysis but making strategic use of internally and externally available quantitative data for the analysis and interpretation. The evaluation can build on existing project monitoring data.
The evaluation team is expected to use methods such as: analysis of documents and of existing statistical data and budgets, structured interviews, semi-structured interviews face-to face or by phone, focus group discussions (FDGs), etc.
Selection strategies for the different project components are to be defined as part of the inception phase.
The evaluation will be divided in three components with thematical focus requiring specific qualifications. The project consortium encourages applicants to put together a team or to jointly apply with other consultants so that all qualifications can be covered. In case two or more consultants apply together, coordination needs to be clarified.
The process should follow the following steps:
Contract and Kick-off meeting: Signing of contract discussion of the assignment with the Consortium partners. First documents, including available data, are provided to the evaluation team.
Inception phase: forms part of reaching final agreement on methodological tools and procedures, including selection of interview partners / sampling strategy. Includes desk study and key informant interviews (by phone/skype) with key project staff, and possibly additional external stakeholders to be agreed on in the kick-off meeting.
A template for an inception report, including an evaluation matrix, is attached as annex 2. The inception report will be reviewed by all consortium partners.
The evaluators will organize one-day workshop where key findings and first conclusions should be discussed with key staff of the consortium and SDC.
Report writing: Submission of draft final report, inclusion of comments by consortium. The subsequent drafting process may go through additional feedback rounds until the final report is approved. The conclusions have to address the evaluation questions in the TOR, taking into account also unexpected finding. It is expected that the evaluation/review team will present concrete recommendations which are addressed to the specific stakeholders.
Data triangulation and quality control are very important and need to be discussed in the inception report. The field visits will only take place upon official approval of the inception report by the contractor.
The following table shows the evaluation questions and specifies to which project outcome (and in some cases outputs) each question refers. The methodology for addressing each cluster of questions should be developed by the evaluation team as part of the inception phase.
Evaluation Questions Component 1: General / Interventions on Antigypsyism.
The evaluator(s) is expected to produce the following deliverables:
An inception report containing the evaluation design and design methodology (including attached research framework/evaluation matrix)).
Data collection tools
A final evaluation report responding to the evaluation objectives and questions; its structure will be outlined and agreed upon as part of the inception report. The final report shall have maximum 25 pages without annexes
Final PowerPoint presentation which summarizes the content of the evaluation report.
Full data analysis
Raw data (questionnaires, documentation of interviews, lists, data base)
6. Schedule and budget
The bidder is free to propose the number of days he/she needs for the evaluation; however, we wish to recommend that the total working days for the whole should not exceed 30 days in total, or 12 days for component 1 and 8-10 days each for components 2 and 3. If the different assignments are done by the same evaluator, it is suggested that respective field phases for the different assignments are conducted in parallel by different team members.
The consultant is expected to submit his / her daily rate, including VAT (if applicable), as part of the application. The consultant may apply together with a local/international partner/consultant. In this case, the daily rates of all team members should be indicated. Accommodation, travel and related costs will be reimbursed.
7. Management roles and responsibilities
The evaluation is mandated by the project Consortium – VoRAE, HEKS/EPER and TdH. The overall coordination of the contract is in the hands of VoRAE as a lead Consortium member. For VoRAE, the responsible person is Isak Skenderi, the Executive Director, for HEKS is Angela Elmiger, Program Manager for Kosovo and for Tdh Florina Duli Sefaj Tdh Country Director for Kosovo.
The consortium will assign a contact focal point to liaise with the selected consultant. This person will be responsible for:
Management of communications between the consortium and the consultant and between the consultant and partners-beneficiaries.
Organization and provision of the internal documentation required by the consultant.
Logistic arrangements regarding the organization of field work.
Approve the deliverables in consultation with consortium members and notify to the Consortium lead to process the installments associated to each of them.
Provide feedback of Consortium on every aspect of the evaluation, and they will provide the consultant with all required documents. Provide the consultant with any necessary logistical support (transport, lodging, etc.).
The consultant has responsibility for:
Preparing the overall evaluation design,
Propose a methodology and tools (in consultation with all stakeholders),
Suggest selection and sampling proceduresDevelop the data collection tools,
Plan the data collection, brief the local team,
Conduct the data collection, analyse all data, and write the reports (inception, final).
The consortium will:
Provide the evaluator with all necessary project documents and organise a project presentation/briefing with key project staff.
Collect comprehensive background documentation and inform partners and selected project counterparts
Provide a list of key stakeholders and their contact details
The program staff members will be responsible for liaising with partners, logistical backstopping and providing relevant documentation and feedback to the evaluation team
8. Follow up of the assessment
Upon finalization of the evaluation report, a management response will be developed by the Consortium. The management response will respond to the recommendations and outline a plan of action for implementing accepted recommendations from the report.
As part of the evaluation process, the consultant is expected to facilitate a feedback and reflection workshop for the Consortium and SDC. Results and findings from the evaluation will be used in the development of the next project phase and will be shared with the project design team for consolidation.
9. List of documents
Annual Planning and Annual Reports
National Roma and Ashkali Integration Strategy
Reports on Implementation of the Strategy of Roma and Ashkali Inclusion
World Bank/UNDP Roma Survey Report
Key documents of the Institutionalization Process in the field of child protection
Agendas and reports of important events
MICS Study 2019 (which was used for some baseline data by the project)
Antigypsyism Baseline Study conducted in 2021
10. Assessment team / qualifications
The bidder can either apply for one or two assignments of this evaluation or propose an evaluation team qualified for evaluating the questions of all three assignments according to the, of skills and experience mix to adequately deliver on these ToRs, and the specific set of evaluation question indicated in the list of evaluation list questions above.
In case separate bidders are selected for individual assignments, the evaluators are expected to coordinate how they can cooperate for the reflection workshop.
The evaluation team should be able to comply with the following list of required qualifications, competencies and experiences:
Skills and experiences in at least three project evaluations in relevant thematic topic (Roma inclusion with a focus on addressing antigypsyism, labor market inclusion, child protection)
Proven experience in the collection and analysis of both quantitative and qualitative data
Post-graduate degree in Social Sciences, International Development, Development Studies, Social Welfare, Social Policy, Social Work or related fields, Human Rights Studies, Economic Development Studies.
Demonstrated knowledge of the political, cultural, and economic situation in the Eastern Europe region with a specific focus on social inclusion for Roma programmes
Extensive knowledge of local government structures and programmes in Kosovo.
A deep understanding of social services system in Kosovo.
Proven expertise in the evaluation of projects.
Selected consultants must not have been involved in the design, implementation, or monitoring of this project.
11. How to Apply
Interested candidates should present:
A technical offer (max. 5 pages, plus annexes) comprising:
Proven understanding of the objective of the evaluation and the Terms of Reference (ToR);
Key questions of the evaluation
Brief description of the methodology and tools proposed to answer each of the key questions;
A chronogram showing details for the realization of each of the evaluation phases, based on the above table (steps to be adapted as necessary, submission of final report no later than May 15 2022).
Distribution of tasks if application as a team
A financial offer with a detailed cost breakdown as necessary.
An updated CV (of both team members, in case the proposal entails a pair submitting)
At least two evaluation reports in similar fields
Contacts of 3 references
Applicants should send the complete documentation in electronic form to firstname.lastname@example.org (cc to Angela.Elmiger@heks.ch and email@example.com) by 16th March 2022 COB.
𝐓𝐇𝐈𝐑𝐑𝐉𝐄 𝐏𝐄̈𝐑 𝐀𝐏𝐋𝐈𝐊𝐈𝐌 𝐍𝐄̈ 𝐏𝐔𝐍𝐄̈ 𝐏𝐑𝐀𝐊𝐓𝐈𝐊𝐄
''Voice of Roma, Ashkali and Egyptians'' në bashkëpunim me partnerët implementues ''HEKS'' dhe ''Terre des hommes'' dhe mbështetur nga ''Swiss Cooperation Office Kosovo'', shpallë:
𝐓𝐇𝐈𝐑𝐑𝐉𝐄 𝐏𝐄̈𝐑 𝐀𝐏𝐋𝐈𝐊𝐈𝐌 𝐍𝐄̈ 𝐏𝐔𝐍𝐄̈ 𝐏𝐑𝐀𝐊𝐓𝐈𝐊𝐄
Projekti ofron mundësinë për pjesëmarrje në programin për punë praktike, për të rinjtë e diplomuar të shkollave të mesme dhe në universitete te cilët janë të gatshëm të ndjekin punën praktike në periudhë prej tre muajsh.
Gjendja socio-ekonomike është rënduar dhe më shumë si pasojë e pandemisë, ku përmes programit të punës praktike, do tentojmë të ndihmojmë dhe përmirësojmë gjendjen socio-ekonomike tek komunitetet rom, ashkali dhe egjiptian në Kosovë, në të gjithë sektorët varësisht fushës së studimit paraprak të kanditatëve, në komuna të ndryshme të Kosovës.
𝗣𝗲̈𝗿𝘀𝗵𝗸𝗿𝗶𝗺𝗶 𝗶 𝗣𝘂𝗻𝗲̈𝘀 𝗣𝗿𝗮𝗸𝘁𝗶𝗸𝗲;
Sipas kritereve të përcaktuara, do të bëhet përzgjedhja e 70 të rinjve të komuniteteve rom, ashkali dhe egjiptian, që jetojnë në komunat si: Pejë, Gjakovë, Klinë, Istog, Prizren, Suharekë, Ferizaj, Fushë Kosovë, Prishtinë, Graçanicë, Podujevë, Lipjan dhe Mitrovicë.
Do i’u ofrohet punë praktike në institucione/kompani që ofrojnë vende të lira për ushtrimin e punës praktike për 3 muaj me pagesë.
Gjatë programit të punës praktike, të rinjtë do të kenë mundësi të zgjerojnë njohuritë e tyre, të marrin aftësi të reja të cilat do të ju shërbejnë në të ardhmen nga kompanitë apo institucionet ku ata do të përfundojnë punën praktike, si dhe varësisht përformancës së tyre, do ju ofrohet kontratë e rregullt e punës, pas përfundimit të
𝗞𝗿𝗶𝘁𝗲𝗿𝗲𝘁 𝗽𝗲̈𝗿 𝗮𝗽𝗹𝗶𝗸𝗶𝗺;
1. Aplikueset duhet të jenë mbi moshën 18 vjeç;
2. Përparësi kanë nxënëset e shkollave të mesme të diplomuar dhe studentët;
3. Aftësia për të bashkëvepruar me bashkëpunëtorët e tjerë;
4. Aftësi të mira komunikuese dhe përkushtim në vendin e punës;
5. Të jenë të regjistruar në Zyrën e Punësimit;
6. Aplikueset nuk duhet të jetë më vendbanim më larg së 8 -15 km nga kompania/institucioni (varësisht prej kërkesave-politikave të kompanisë që ofron punën praktike).
𝗔𝗳𝗮𝘁𝗶 𝗶 𝗮𝗽𝗹𝗶𝗸𝗶𝗺𝗶𝘁;
Afati për aplikim është nga data 𝟭𝟭 𝘀𝗵𝗸𝘂𝗿𝘁 𝗱𝗲𝗿𝗶 𝗺𝗲̈ 𝟮𝟱 𝘀𝗵𝗸𝘂𝗿𝘁 𝟮𝟬𝟮𝟮.
𝗙𝗼𝗿𝗺𝗮 𝗲 𝗮𝗽𝗹𝗶𝗸𝗶𝗺𝗶𝘁;
Aplikimi për punë praktike, do të bëhet në formë online, përmes platformës së punësimit http://careerempower.org/, fillimisht duke u regjistruar si përdorues i platformës, e pastaj duke aplikuar për punë praktike në dritaren e shënuar AKTIVITETE.
Në aplikim duhet të dërgohen dhe dokumentet përcjellëse si:
2. Letra motivuese;
4. Llogaria Bankare (Personale në emër të aplikuesit);
Në mënyrë që aplikimi i juaj të jetë i plotë, këto dokumente duhen të dërgohen në e-mail adresën 𝐧𝐣.𝐮𝐤𝐚@𝐯𝐨𝐫𝐚𝐞.𝐨𝐫𝐠.
Kandidatet që plotësojnë kriteret për aplikim, renditen në listën e ngushtë si kandidat potencial për intervistë dhe kontaktohen për në kohë sa më të shkurtër.
Kandidatet kanë të drejt të bëjnë rekomandime për vendin e tyre për punë praktike, duke u përshtatur më fushën e studimeve paraprake.
''Voice of Roma, Ashkali and Egyptians'', mban të drejtën për të mos arritur numrin e plotë të kandidatëve të përzgjedhur për programin për punë praktike, në rast të cilësisë së ulët të aplikimeve.
Prioritet do të kenë gratë dhe vajzat e komuniteteve rom, ashkali dhe egjiptian.
Për informata shtesë, pyetje dhe rekomandime, ju lutem kontaktoni në e-mail adresën: 𝐧𝐣.𝐮𝐤𝐚@𝐯𝐨𝐫𝐚𝐞.𝐨𝐫𝐠.
Buletini tre mujor
Nga sot është lansuar buletini informativ i organizatës ‘’Voice of Roma, Ashkali and Egyptians’’ në të cilin mund të shihni fotografi nga ngjarjet dhe aktivitetet e përgjatë muajve prill, maj dhe qershor.
Projekti ,,Social Justice for Roma, Ashkali and Egyptians in Kosovo, Phase I 2020-2022’’
Join professional training in the construction sector and learn how to create your own path to success and provide a secure perspective for you and your families.
Non-Governmental Organization "Voice of Roma, Ashkali and Egyptians /" VoRAE with office in Gracanica supported by donors SDC and HEKS from Switzerland in the project "Social Justice for Roma, Ashkali and Egyptians in Kosovo Phase I 2020-2022" in cooperation with the Employment Agency in the Republic of Kosovo announces the call for application for these professional trainings:
One of the goals envisaged in the project is to create employment opportunities for members of the Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian communities living in Kosovo in the field of construction.
These trainings in cooperation with the Vocational Training Center in the Municipalities of Prishtina, Prizren, Peja, Gjakova, Gjilan and Mitrovica aim to develop your skills in the field of construction in different profiles. In these centers is done the training and retraining of persons who are registered as jobseekers, unemployed and those who receive career guidance services, at all Employment offices in municipalities.
Opportunity to Participate in the Training "Conflict resolution"
All young people from the Roma, Ashkali, Egyptian, Serbian, Bosnian, Goran, Albanian communities have the opportunity to participate in the "Conflict Resolution" training, which will be held in the coming weeks on the virtual platform "ZOOM".
The Ministry of Health Job Vacancies for:
The Ministry of Health Job Vacancies for:
Specialist or General Doctor (100), Nurse (62), Sanitary Inspector (20), Microbiology Specialist (4), Laboratory (8), Technical and Support Staff (6)
Announcement for the distribution of aid to the most vulnerable minority groups in Kosovo, affected by the Covid -19 virus envisaged in the emergency plan of the Government of Kosovo
The Office of Community Affairs in the Office of the Prime Minister announces call for proposals with for financial support for mini-family businesses and handicrafts that have been faced with consequences caused by the corona virus.
Given the current economic situation of the Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian communities, this measure will focus mainly on these three communities, not excluding other non-majority communities.
Notification of application as unemployed
Based on the new measures for the prevention of COVID-19, the Government of Kosovo has taken a decision on the Monthly Assistance Payment in the amount of 130.00 euros for citizens with social conditions, declared unemployed, and who are not beneficiaries of monthly income from the Kosovo budget.
The first step is to register as unemployed in the employment offices via e-mail, the application form SHOULD be sent to the e-mail address of the head of the employment office, in the relevant municipality where the jobseeker lives.
IT’S TIME TO RAISE OUR VOICES AGAINST POVERTY AND INEQUALITY.
Yes, my fellow Roma, Ashkali and Egyptian citizens need to say it loud and clear: “I will never again allow myself or my family to be threatened by hunger!”
The Equally Engage II project implemented by VoRAE (Voice of Rome, Ashkali and Egyptians), funded by the Finnish Ministry of Foreign Affairs & Helsinki Deaconess Foundation, announces: CALL FOR APPLICATION FOR INTERNSHIP PROGRAM
NGO VoRAE in collaboration with the Deaconess Foundation invites all young people who have graduated from high school and public / private universities to become part of the internship program opportunities for 2020.
The application deadline is: March 2, 2020 to December 31, 2020 for all those young people who are ready to become part of this program (internship program).
All young people from these municipalities have the right to apply: Prishtina, Fushë Kosovë, Lipjan, Ferizaj, Peja, Klina, Istog, Gjakova, Prizren and Gracanica.
Nobody can do everything, but everyone can do something