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      UNICEF- UNITED NATIONS Trinidad and Tobago Vacancy


      Individual Consultant/Institutional/Corporate Contractor to Development of Country Assessment (Landscaping) and design of National Roadmap and Investment Portfolio for Trinidad and Tobago.


      UNICEF- UNITED NATIONS Trinidad and Tobago Vacancy.


      Support the Government of Trinidad and Tobago to roll out the Generation Unlimited Agenda; beginning with the landscape analysis.


      Title Development of Country Assessment (Landscaping) and design of National Roadmap and Investment Portfolio for Trinidad and Tobago
      Purpose Support the Government of Trinidad and Tobago to roll out the Generation Unlimited Agenda; beginning with the landscape analysis.
      Location Trinidad and Tobago (Remote for Phase 1, with travel to Trinidad and Tobago to undertake Phases 2 and 3)
      Duration 115 days over a 6-month period (from January‚Äď June 2021) with possibility of extension
      Start Date January 2021
      Reporting to Deputy Representative
      1.     BACKGROUND: 

      Generation Unlimited (GenU) is a global multisector partnership created to meet the urgent need for expanded education, skill development and employment opportunities for young people aged 10-24. By focusing on empowerment and bridging secondary-age education and training to employment and entrepreneurship, GenU will support every young person in Trinidad and Tobago to thrive in the world of work and become productive problem solvers and engaged members of society.

      Launched in September 2019, GenU has generated interest from leaders of government and industry, and other key sectors, committed to cohere efforts around young people for large- scale impact. Investment in young people through GenU can contribute directly to accelerate results for the realization of Agenda 2030, particularly Goal 4 (Quality Education), Goal 5 (Gender Equality), Goal 8 (Decent Work and Economic Growth), Goal 9 (Industry, Innovation and Infrastructure), Goal 10 (Reduced Inequalities), Goal 11 (Sustainable Cities and Communities), Goal 12 (Responsible Consumption and Production), Goal 13 (Climate Action), Goal 16 (Peace, Justice and Strong Institutions), and Goal 17 (Partnerships for the Goals). GenU is also an effective way to operationalize the vision and priorities of the Trinidad and Tobago youth strategy ‚ÄĒ in particular, youth engagement, participation and advocacy; supporting young people‚Äôs greater access to quality education and skills development; and economic empowerment through decent jobs.

      1.2.  Priorities and business model

      At global level, GenU finalized its strategy and foundational documents in July 2019, in close consultation with its Board members and partners. They outline the vision and strategic priorities of the partnership, its business model including at country level, planned results and metrics, and a compelling investment case.

      Seven thematic priorities are grouped in four main areas:

      • ¬†Area 1: Education, Skills Development and Training[1]
      1. Ensure secondary school experience transmits skills that young people need for the future of work.
      2. Provide young people outside the school system with opportunities for training and skills development.
      • Area 2: Employment
      1. Increase the number of quality work opportunities available to young people.
      2. Improve connections between young people and existing work opportunities
      • Area 3: Entrepreneurship
      1. Foster entrepreneurship as a mindset and a livelihood
      • Area 4: Equity and Engagement
      1. Promote equitable access to quality education, training, employment, entrepreneurship, and civic participation.
      2. Equip young people as problem-solvers and engaged members of society, helping to create a better world.

      GenU‚Äôs operating model is country-based and builds on existing initiatives by creating public-private platforms that will attract and pool investment to scale up innovation and make good programmes grow, achieving better education, skills, entrepreneurship and employment outcomes for young people at scale. Together with partners, GenU supports national road maps and country investment agendas ‚Äď a portfolio of scalable and bankable initiatives and innovations, designed with and for young people, to attract public-private capital and achieve large impact.

      This involves strong commitment and leadership from highest levels of government, engagement of the private sector through shared value partnership, and participation from relevant international and local civil society organizations ‚Äď and, most important, engaging young people as co-creators and implementers.

      1.3.  At country level, GenU will advance these priorities through four interlinked activities:

      1. Preparing Country Investment Agendas: developing country-level investment agenda that lays out a 1) roadmap for Government, business, young people, civil society and development partners to accelerate progress at scale across the major national challenges that youth face. The national roadmap will build on a thorough country assessment of the existing intervention in areas related to GenU, and in particular quality of secondary education, skilling, youth employment and engagement and 2) a portfolio of bankable and scalable initiatives that support these partnerships with results at scale. The country investment agendas will be the base for public-private partnerships and national coalitions to invest in large scale programmes.

      2. Promoting Global Breakthroughs:¬†creating new partnerships and investments in innovation to make transformative global and national changes that will support progress for youth, and, in particular, the most marginalised. For example, digital connectivity ‚Äď getting all young people online: and on-line learning: https://youtu.be/H-eaMHiyVZY.

      3. Youth Challenges and youth engagement: working with young people to respond entrepreneurially and creatively to the challenges they and providing opportunities for young people to be a central part of the decisions that affect them by being a core part of GenU structures and impacting local decision and services.

      4. Knowledge management: supporting and facilitating knowledge generation, capacity development and networking to connect GenU-related actors around the world. This function is to enable the other GenU functions, such as the identification of a portfolio of bankable and scalable solutions as well as providing partner Governments with technical guides to support replication and influence decision (i.e. on modernizing curricula).

      The latest information on GenU global strategy can be found at http://www.genunlimited.org.


      GenU Steering Committee in Trinidad and Tobago is seeking the services of an Individual Consultant/Institutional/Corporate Contractor to support the development and operationalization of GenU in the country.  Specifically, the Contractor will support the development of three foundational documents for the implementation of GenU:

      a)   Country landscape analysis of the local ecosystem for young people, including an analysis of existing partnerships and initiatives, key progress and gaps, and opportunities for GenU to strengthen and scale actions; and

      b)   Development of a Country Investment Agenda which includes:

      • A high-level roadmap around GenU‚Äôs seven strategic priorities, with results targets for key priorities for Trinidad and Tobago. The roadmap will articulate the key gaps in the landscape of existing actions related to young people‚Äôs needs, and white space in the programming and financing ecosystem, and identification of promising programmes ready to scale as well as new areas of innovation contributing to positive results for young people under the GenU agenda¬† .
      • A portfolio of scalable initiatives which will provide a menu of specific initiatives and investments required by partners that are aligned with the roadmap‚Äôs targets and covering key thematic priorities for GenU in Trinidad and Tobago.


       Phase 1: Inception phase (25 working days)

      The Individual Consultant/Institutional/Corporate Contractor will support an initial rapid diagnostic of the country‚Äôs ‚Äėreadiness‚Äô for GenU, local needs and gaps in the ecosystem for young people, and the identification of the overall direction and emerging focus areas for the Trinidad and Tobago GenU roadmap. This may involve: a review of the global GenU Strategy documents; meetings with key GenU partners in Trinidad and Tobago to discuss the aims and priorities of GenU as a partnership and the investment case; a rapid desk review of existing documentation on the country‚Äôs strategies, policies, actions, and partnerships related to young people and the strategic priorities of GenU; and stakeholder consultations to take stock of current issues and challenges and identify key opportunities and plan for GenU.

      The Individual Consultant/Institutional/Corporate Contractor, in consultation with all key stakeholders (Government, UN, public-private sectors, youth organizations), will also begin to identify potential domestic and international investors to support the emerging focus areas for GenU in Trinidad and Tobago. Based on this diagnostic, and in consultation with GenU Trinidad and Tobago Steering Committee, an inception report including the detailed deliverables, methodology, and workplan of the consultancy will be produced for approval.

      Phase 2: Country assessment (Landscaping) and Country Investment Agenda (30 working days)

      3.2.a. Country landscape analysis

      Building on the findings emerging from the inception study, the Contractor will undertake an in-depth analysis of the country landscape through an agreed research approach that may include a combination of: literature review; analysis of current investments, partnerships, and initiatives related to the key priority areas; stakeholder interviews and consultations with public and private sector partners, UN and multilateral, civil society organizations, and young people; surveys; and field visits.

      The detailed analytical framework will be tailored specifically to the needs of Trinidad and Tobago and determined during the inception phase, to ensure use of existing information and knowledge base and avoid duplication of efforts, but will broadly cover the following areas:

      1. Review of policy and regulatory environment related to secondary-age education, skills training, entrepreneurship, employment and civic engagement;
      2. Demand-side analysis on the perspectives of adolescents and young people, their concerns, challenges and aspirations around priority areas;
      3. Supply-side analysis of macroeconomic landscape particularly in education and employment sectors as well as key programmatic gaps and opportunities;
      4. Inefficiencies and areas where changes/improvements in investment might lead to greater return on investments (RoI);
      5. Opportunities for GenU in promoting partnerships and funding, white spaces and gaps for further public/private partnership, shared value opportunities for private sector involvement.

      3.2.b. Country Investment Agenda development (60 days)

      Based on the findings of the country landscape analysis, the Individual Consultant/Institutional/Corporate Contractor will lead the design of the Country Investment Agenda which includes two components:

      1. The portfolio of initiatives which will provide a menu of specific initiatives and investments required by partners that are aligned with the roadmap’s targets and covering key thematic priorities for GenU in Trinidad and Tobago. This includes scalable solutions, new innovations and co-creation (with both private sector and young people).The portfolio will be structured on a rolling basis and aim to leverage partner collaboration, mobilize financing, and achieve scale by providing models of shared-value partnerships, expand existing efforts across the partnership, and improved coordination.
      2. A roadmap which will be inspired by GenU’s strategic priority areas, with results targets for key priorities in Trinidad and Tobago. The roadmap will articulate the key gaps in the landscape of existing actions related to young people’s needs, and white space in the programming and financing ecosystem, and identification of promising programmes ready to be scaled up.

      As part of the Country Investment Agenda, the Individual Consultant/Institutional/Corporate Contractor will also develop in a participatory manner  the national GenU Theory of Change, result matrix and monitoring framework, and provide key recommendations on strategies for youth engagement and mobilization of catalytic funding aligned to focus areas and key financial commitments from domestic and international partners.


      Deliverables Number of working days Tentative start dates
      Country inception report


      2 January 2021

      Landscape analysis report


      10 February 2021

      Country investment agenda including a roadmap and key components, portfolio of initiatives, operational framework


      10 April 2021





      The assignment requires the following qualifications and experiences from the institution/team.

      • The individual consultant/the team lead and team members of an institution/corporation must be in possession of an advanced university degree in social science, social protection, social and economic public policy, development economics, international development or any other related field.
      • The individual consultant/and or the team lead must have business management expertise with more than 10 years of experience working on the relevant fields to respond to the RFP.
      • Demonstrated expertise in analyzing, designing, and managing complex analysis and strategy development processes with a range of private sector, multilateral agencies, governments, and young people for the strategic priority areas outlined in the RFP
      • Fluency in oral and written communication in English, which will be primary language of communication required by individual consultant/and or all team members of an institution.
      • Strong technical knowledge in education, youth employment, entrepreneurship, adolescent and young people empowerment programmes within the context of the Caribbean.
      • Expertise in targeting the hardest to reach and marginal groups adolescents and young people populations.
      • Expertise in policy, programme and system work focusing on young people in the seven strategic priority areas[2]
      • Experience in facilitating multi-party partnership programmes in the social sector in developing countries including planning, results frameworks, implementation reviews, evaluations.
      • Demonstrated experience in writing analytical papers on similar subjects (2 samples of similar work completed in the last 2-3 years, where the individual consultant/institution or team members were the author or co-author).


      6.1    Successful Individual Consultant/Institutional/Corporate Contractor will be under the direct supervision of UNICEF Eastern Caribbean (Deputy Representative) and with technical oversight and guidance provided by the GenU Trinidad and Tobago Steering Committee.

      6.2     Day-to-day management of the Individual Consultant/Institutional/Corporate will be undertaken by UNICEF Eastern Caribbean with the support of the UN Resident Coordinator Office in Trinidad and Tobago and the GenU Trinidad and Tobago Secretariat. Regular discussions will also be carried out during the consultancy period to monitor progress and constraints, support required and proposed solutions.

      6.2      The Consultant/Institutional/Corporate Contractor would also be expected to build relationship with public and private partners in Trinidad and Tobago and major regional and international partners, including young people, to ensure consultative process and quality outputs.            


      The proposal will be evaluated against the Technical Evaluation, which will be worth 70 points, and the financial proposal which will be worth 30 points

      a)    Technical Proposal (70 points) . See Appendix II for more instruction on technical proposal.

      The technical evaluation will be considered in accordance with the following information:

      The Technical Proposal will be evaluated against the following:  
      Ref Category Max Points Min Points
      1 Qualification and professional experience of person(s) assigned to the work

      • Key personnel to be assigned: relevant qualifications & experience
      • Range and depth of experience of with similar projects
      20 15
      2 Demonstrated understanding of the scope of work

      • Completeness of response
      • Overall concord between RFP requirements and proposal
      10 10
      3 Proposed methodology and work plan (to accomplish the assignment, including Risk Assessment and mitigation) ‚Äď and


      Previous experience of the contractor in work related to:

      –¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬† Expertise in policy, programme and system work focusing on young people in the seven strategic priority areas[3]

      –¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬† Experience in facilitating multi-party partnership programmes in the social sector in developing countries including planning, results frameworks, implementation reviews, evaluation.

      –¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬† Experience on strategic plan development

      –¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬†¬† Number of customers and size of past projects




      Bidder has to meet this minimum passing point for Technical Evaluation to be considered further for Technical Presentation Evaluation


      65 50

      Shortlisted bidders will be asked to provide a short technical presentation to a panel. The structure of this presentation should highlight the three main components specified in the Technical Evaluation.

      **Bidder has to meet this minimum passing point for Technical Presentation to be considered further for Financial Evaluation.


      5 5
      Total Points Possible 70 55

      A group of experts in the areas outlined in this ToRs may team up to make a Request for Proposal.

      For Institutions/Corporate proposals, the Submission must include names and full CVs of the team directly working on the assignment, including (but not limited to) the designated Team Leader. Assurance that the team composition will remain constant throughout the duration of the assignment.

      8.     DURATION:      

      The consultancy is for a period of 115 days over a proposed timeframe of 6 months from January to June 2021.


      UNICEF will be under no operational obligation to pay for operational costs related to this consultancy, all costs required to operationalize this consultancy shall be borne by the hired Institution/Contractor and should be included into the proposed financial proposal.

      UNICEF does not allow sub-contracting by the selected Institutions, as it is assumed that applying consultants or institutions meet the technically required expertise to carry out this consultancy.

      Any sub-contracting for particular skill set, should be done by the principal contractor who will assume all associated risks.

      Penalties for Unsatisfactory Performance or Incomplete Assignment: Final payment of fees for this assignment will only be affected upon satisfactory completion of services to UNICEF’s satisfaction and certification to that effect by the Supervisor of this assignment.


      Scheduled payments are linked with the deliverables and will be made upon approval of the submitted deliverables:

      Payment 1: 20% РCompletion and approval by the Steering Committee of Deliverable 1

      Payment 2: 30 % РCompletion and approval by the Steering Committee of Deliverable 2

      Payment 3: 50% РCompletion and approval by the Steering Committee of Deliverable 3


      • Payments will be issued upon receipt of satisfactory deliverables as outlined above and based on satisfactory fulfilment of UNICEF‚Äôs quality standard.
      • Institutional contractors or corporate will be governed by and subject to UNICEF‚Äôs General Terms and Conditions for institutional contracts.
      • An Individual consultant will be governed by and subject to UNICEF‚Äôs General Conditions of Contracts for the Services of Consultants/Individual Contractors.
      • Prior to commencing the contract, the following conditions must be met: A Corporate Entity will be required to submit samples of previous relevant work, a Certificate of Incorporation for the Company as well as a profile of the individual(s) who would be undertaking the assignment.
      • Individual consultants, before commencing work, they shall submit a statement of good health and take full responsibility for the accuracy of that statement, including confirmation that they have been informed of the inoculations required by Trinidad and Tobago. They will assume all costs that may occur in relation to the statement of good health. They will also be required to certify that they are covered by medical/health insurance.
      • Individual consultants are required to complete the mandatory trainings as outlined below:

      Consultants and Individual contractors, even those working from home, must¬†complete the following online courses prior to signature of contract.¬† All certificates should be presented as part of the contract.‚Äč

      Consultants and Individual Contractors must complete the following course before commencement of any travel on behalf of UNICEF.

      Any consultant or individual contractor who is issued a UNICEF email address must complete the following courses no later than 30 days after signature of contract.

      12.  RECOURSE: 

      UNICEF reserves the right to withhold all or a portion of payment if performance is unsatisfactory, if work/outputs is incomplete, not delivered or for failure to meet deadlines. Performance indicators against which the satisfactory conclusion of this contract will be assessed include timeliness/quality of submission and responsiveness to UNICEF and counterpart feedback.

      13.  PROPERTY RIGHTS: 

      For consultants/individual contractors:

      all materials created which bears a direct relation to, or is made in order to perform, this contract and any intellectual property rights thereof, including but not limited to patents, copyright and trademarks, shall be jointly owned by UNICEF and the Contractor. At the request of UNICEF, the Contractor shall assist in securing such property rights and transferring them to UNICEF in compliance with the requirements of the law governing such rights. Any third-party usage shall require written permission from both parties.

      For institutional contract:

      (a) Subject to paragraph (b), UNICEF will be entitled to all intellectual property and other proprietary rights including but not limited to patents, copyrights and trademarks, with regard to products, processes, inventions, ideas, know-how, documents, data and other materials (‚ÄúContract Materials‚ÄĚ) that (i) the Contractor develops for UNICEF under the Contract and which bear a direct relation to the Contract or (ii) are produced, prepared or collected in consequence of, or during the course of, the performance of the Contract. The term ‚ÄúContract Materials‚ÄĚ includes, but is not limited to, all maps, drawings, photographs, plans, reports, recommendations, estimates, documents developed or received by, and all other data compiled by or received by, the Contractor under the Contract. The Contractor acknowledges and agrees that Contract Materials constitute works made for hire for UNICEF. Contract Materials will be treated as UNICEF‚Äôs Confidential Information and will be delivered only to authorized UNICEF officials on expiry or termination of the Contract.

      (b) UNICEF will not be entitled to, and will not claim any ownership interest in, any intellectual property or other proprietary rights of the Contractor that pre-existed the performance by the Contractor of its obligations under the Contract, or that the Contractor may develop or acquire, or may have developed or acquired, independently of the performance of its obligations under the Contract. The Contractor grants to UNICEF a perpetual, non-exclusive, royalty-free license to use such intellectual property or other proprietary rights solely for the purposes of and in accordance with the requirements of the Contract.

      (c) At UNICEF’s request, the Contractor will take all necessary steps, execute all necessary documents and generally assist in securing such proprietary rights and transferring them (or, in the case, intellectual property referred to in paragraph (b) above, licensing) them to UNICEF in compliance with the requirements of the applicable law and of the Contract.

       14.  HOW TO APPLY: 

      Qualified individual candidates, teams and/or institutional/corporate contractors are requested to submit the following application package in English:

      1. Cover Letter ‚Äď highlight relevant experience and skills related to the assignment in no more than two pages.
      2. CV or P11 Form for individual candidate or for each team member as part of joint proposal
      3. Technical proposal, which clearly provides:
        1. Design of service in accordance with the required Scope of Works and Deliverables and provision of risk analysis.
        2. Team leader CV which includes relevant experience, skills and qualifications.
        3. Team members’ CVs which include relevant experience, skills and qualifications.
        4. Background on the Service Provider, including professional expertise, knowledge and experience with similar projects, contract, clients and consulting assignments.
        5. A certificate of incorporation documentation providing legal registration as a company or institution.
        6. Two (2) samples of similar work completed in the last 2-3 years, where the institution or team members were the author or co-author.
      4. Financial proposal ‚Äď Please provide the daily rate in US dollars required to undertake this assignment.

      The application should be submitted with subject line¬†‚ÄúGENU Landscaping Analysis‚ÄĚ,¬†to ecaprocurement @unicef.org¬†The deadline for the submission of application is¬†3 December 2020.

      Please indicate your ability, all-inclusive fees including lump sum travel and subsistence cost and availability to undertake the terms of reference above. Applications submitted without all-inclusive fees including lump sum travel and subsistence cost quote will not be considered.

      Candidates are expected to be available from January 2021 to take on the assignment.

      All proposed team members must demonstrate respect for UN’s core values and must demonstrate flexibility and innovative thinking in the face of complex and often changing circumstances.

      UNICEF has a zero-tolerance policy on conduct that is incompatible with the aims and objectives of the United Nations and UNICEF, including sexual exploitation and abuse, sexual harassment, abuse of authority and discrimination. UNICEF also adheres to strict child safeguarding principles. All selected candidates will, therefore, undergo rigorous reference and background checks, and will be expected to adhere to these standards and principles.


      Phase of work




      Personnel type


      a)       Meetings with GenU anchor partners

      b)       Stakeholder consultations to assess progress and gaps and define the broad aims for GenU and priority areas

      c)        Review and map existing analysis and documentation related to the strategic priorities of GenU

      d)       Identify gaps in existing literature and any new research that may be required for the in-depth landscape analysis in Phase 2

      e)       Draft inception study report which sets out the detailed workplan of the consultancy, including:

      • Overview of the consultancy
      • Deliverables, methodology, timeline
      • Structure and content of the national GenU strategy, including components,

      purpose/audience, length, and format

      f)        Process of review, sign-off, and finalization

      g)       Project members for the consultancy, for each phase/activity

      D 1: Country



      approved by

      the GenU

      Steering Committee in Trinidad and Tobago

      25 working


      Consultancy team

      Country Assessment a)       In-depth diagnostic of country landscape based on the research questions/methodology agreed at the inception phase, including through:

      • Desk reviews
      • Interviews and meetings
      • Youth focus group discussions
      • Field visits

      b)       Preparation of up to 60-page draft report including the key analytical components agreed during the inception. The report may follow roughly the outline below:

      • Executive summary
      • Introduction and context
        • Methodology
        • Overview of current issues and challenges
        • Key gaps and opportunities
        • Recommendations/Moving forward

      c)        Organization of a validation virtual meeting with the key stakeholders

      d)       Finalization of report incorporating inputs and feedback from consultations

      D 2: Landscape analysis report 30 working days Consultancy team






      a)    Development of a high-level roadmap for up at least to 3 years based on the foundational analysis. Details

      of the roadmap will namely include the following components:

      • Overview and Theory of


      • Results matrix
      • Costed multi-year action


      • M&E framework
      • Knowledge management


      D3: Roadmap

      and key


      Length: 60 working days

      Consultancy team

      D4: Portfolio of


      D5: Operational Framework

      b) Development of a baseline

      portfolio of initiatives and

      deals/partnerships that

      include specific activities and

      investments by partners that

      can be taken to scale.

      c)    Operational framework which sets out the in-country

      governance model, youth

      engagement model, financing model, and other elements related to operationalization of country investment agenda

      Total: 115 working days

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