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Rfp: Child Rights Situational Analysis Of The Waste Supply Chain In Makassar - Ss Makassar Save the Children

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Child Rights Situational Analysis of the Waste Supply Chain in Makassar – South Sulawesi

1. Background

Save the Children is a leading child rights organisation and has been working in Indonesia since 1976 with four main thematic programs, i.e. Health, Education, Child Protection and Child Poverty. Our work related to the Child Poverty theme is gaining momentum and is based on addressing the economic as well as social roots that render children vulnerable to deprivation. With increased urbanisation and accelerating urban poverty - Child Poverty in the urban context has become one of our key strategic issues. Save the Children Indonesia is therefore committed to reducing the number of children who grow up as poor in urban areas of the country.

A growing urban phenomenon in Indonesia triggered by the lack of economic opportunities in rural areas has raised the population of poor children living in urban areas. Despite the better infrastructure and wider range of services available in urban areas, there are still many children, particularly those who live in illegal settlements or who do not have a legal identity, enjoying the least benefit offered by cities. Urban children who belong to income-poor families are more likely to be deprived of dimensions of life which are important for child development. Based on the calculation of the 2013 Susenas data, urban poor children are mostly deprived of proper sanitation, housing (overcrowding), and birth registration. Furthermore, older children living in urban areas are prone to the deprivation of education and more vulnerable to child labor.

City of Makassar is one of the urban cities in Indonesia that apparently experiencing some child rights issues. Pelayanan Terpadu Perlindungan Perempuan dan Anak (P2TP2A) reported that in year 2016, the cases of violence against children reach1.172 cases in Makassar, it consist of cases such as physical violence, sexual violence, trafficking etc. Apparently children from poor families have greater risk on fulfilment of their rights. Children from poor families that make a living by picking through landfills to salvage recyclable materials, are potentially at risk to get their rights. These scavenger communities exist in Makassar. Such communities develop their life around the landfills with the entire family, including small children, living and working among the trash. Exposure to toxic gases that are produced in landfills can lead to multiple infections, chronic diseases and even death. Children are particularly susceptible to health problems due to a less developed immunity system.

Although landfills/ waste management provide many poor people in Indonesia with a livelihood, they also pose enormous problems for children, including child labour, the denial of children’s rights to education and adequate health. Household involvement in non-formal waste management activities often lead to child marriage, lost growth and development opportunities and overall lack of quality of care/neglect of children and adolescents. This trend is perpetuated by a complex interplay of reasons such as troubling social norms, which accept that children and adolescents from poor households/urban slum areas work in harmful conditions to support their household survival, as well as lack of access to services and other livelihood opportunities.

This is a call for Save the Children to conduct a study that would aim to delineate the situation. The study will generally map out prominent child rights issues in Makassar and in particular surrounding landfills of Antang. Save the Children is now looking for an experienced organisation in Indonesia with relevant experience to partner with in carrying out this study.

The objective of the study is as follows:
1. To identify and assess the risk of child labour, including the worst forms, in the waste materials supply chain. To include a mapping of the scavenger activities in the landfills of Makassar and identify where children are most at risk along the chain. To make this analysis, it is necessary to first undertake a supply chain analysis within Antang landfills. The entire waste supply chain including tiers 1,2, 3 etc. will be mapped, including e.g. waste pickers, collectors, traders and transporting.
2. In addition to child labour, assess other vulnerabilities and child rights violations among children engaged in informal waste management work.
3. Assess availability of families/households working in informal waste management to social protection schemes and alternative livelihoods opportunities and provide recommendations on how to improve access and availability to both social protection schemes and alternative livelihoods.
4. Assess accessibility and availability of children working in informal waste management to skills training and non-formal education.
5. Identify institutions who are working in child rights development sector in the city of Makassar including its focuses.

2. Geographical coverage of the study

The study will be focusing in the city of Makassar.

3. Scope of the work and focus

The scope of the study is divided into 3 broad parts.

a. Stakeholder mapping and analysis

In addition to children, families and their communities, key stakeholders comprise contractors and employers of children at various tiers of the supply chain as well as NGOs and government departments. During the mapping exercise the stakeholders will be mapped and interviewed with the following in mind:

The entire waste supply chain at various levels and who the major players are in the waste industry will be delineated. This will include an identification of key companies and contractors of the supply chain of waste including e.g. waste pickers and collectors operating in the informal sector.
The sensitivity of people in the waste supply chain to the issue of child labour and how working at a young age adversely affects the lives of children. Their willingness to cooperate to reduce the engagement of children in the industry and to do more responsible sourcing of waste including taking health hazards of children into consideration.
The state-regulated mechanisms that exist and their effectiveness in addressing child labour in the supply chain

b. Analysis of involvement of children in the informal waste management sector and impact on children

The table below provides an overview of key areas of inquiry and data to be collected on child labour and related child rights violations.

Key questions

Data to be collected

Focus

What forms of child labour exist in different parts of the supply chain? (picking of waste, sorting, bundling, weighing, transportation to the next level of the value chain, etc.)

What are the worst forms of child labour?

What is the extent of child labour? Do children also attend schools, vocational training or other skills trainings?

What is the pay structure of different forms of labour?

Identify all different forms that exist - segregated by age, gender, household profile

Use the mapping of the waste supply chain as a base (undertaken in part 1)
Understand the engagement of children in different processes within the supply chain
Understand the extent/ hours of engagement in different forms of work

What is the magnitude of child labour?

This will be a rough estimate.

Quantitative estimates will be attempted but the numbers will be speculative.

Understand where child labour is most prevalent.
What is the impact of child labour (segregated by forms of labour)?

What are the working conditions of children?

Identify impact on:
  • Protection (abuse, harassment, care, exploitation)
  • Health (physically, mentally, eg. harmful exposure to chemicals, machinery)
  • Education
Understand the impact of work on children more thoroughly
What are the key reasons for child labour?

Household economic reasons, trends, availability of labour, attitudes of parents and communities, gender and community

Socio-economic factors and attitudes and behaviour
Livelihoods of the parents/family
What policies and practices do Government of Indonesia have in place to support the needs and rights of the households and their children working in waste management, including social protection schemes, alternative livelihoods and skills training opportunities

  • This will be obtained from key informant interviews and secondary data
Studying the policies, practises and working conditions in garbage landfills and other key areas where children are engaged, and the government’s response to the situation

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c. Analysis of the policy/legislation framework of the waste industry

The study will involve a brief secondary review of the legislative and policy frameworks of waste management in Indonesia keeping child rights in mind. The objective of this review is to identify gaps and opportunities and consider how policy can be used or improved to respond to child rights violations in the supply chain.

4. Methodology

The Situation Analysis will make use of multiple methodologies and techniques. Both primary and secondary data will be collected, and quantitative as well as qualitative information will be used. Secondary data can be used to establish trends and relationships. Data produced by the Indonesia Central Bureau of Statistics and leading research organizations will be consulted.

Primary research will include the following:
Stakeholder interviews through focus group discussions or key informant interviews – children, parents, companies, contractors, local NGOs, government officials as well as relevant donor agencies (ILO, Unicef) and other relevant stakeholders identified at the outset.
Selected case studies to document the individual life stories of child labour seen through the eyes of children and their families
A brief survey to understand existing patterns of child labour and other key child rights violations identified. Given that the time period for the study is fairly short, it is understood that it is not possible to administer a large survey. This brief survey will be based on purposive sampling, which will be informed by the stakeholder consultations conducted.

5. Time Frame

The final study report has to be completed by 31 January 2018.

6. Deliverables

1. Comprehensive situation analysis of children in the supply chain of waste in Makassar including the following analysis:

The prevalence and forms of child labour in different tiers of the supply chain
The extent and impact of different forms of labour on children
An understanding of other child rights violations and vulnerabilities
The link between socio-economic status and child labour
Parents and other caregivers understanding of and sensitivity towards child labour (perceptions and attitudes which either tolerate children working or not)
Employers/contractors understanding of and sensitivity towards child labour
An overview of the supply chain linked to the Antang landfills (to form the base for the above analysis)
Access and availability to social protection schemes and alternative livelihood opportunities
Access to and availability of skills trainings/programmes, including non-formal education.
2. Case studies that can contextualize the findings

3. Analysis of gaps in existing legislation and policies relevant to child rights in the industry

4. Final study report including to recommendations on concrete actions that can be taken by Save the Children to improve the lives of children engaged in the supply chain, as well as how to engage in improvement of relevant policies and government provisions

7. Consultancy Profile

  • Higher university degree in relevant field (e.g. child protection, development or social sciences)
  • Proven experience in conducting supply chain and value chain analysis
  • Thorough knowledge and experience on documentation of cases.
  • Strong understanding of child rights in general and child labour issues in particular (child participation skills is an asset)
  • Experience on conducting policy reviews
  • English and local language skills
8.Organisation, roles and responsibilities

The consultancy will be contracted by and report to Save the Children. Save the Children technical advisors will act as the advisory group for the research.

9. Administrative information

Payments

The consultancy fee will be paid in three instalments: 30% upon signing the contract, 30% when the inception report is approved and 40% when the final report is approved. The consultant(s) shall be responsible for covering her/his insurance and all taxes arising from fees paid under the Agreement (according to consultants(s) home country laws).

10. Application requirements

Candidates interested in the position will be expected to provide the following documentation:

Cover letter
CV (maximum 3 pages; with references) of each person who would be involved in the evaluation
Technical proposal (maximum 6 pages) including scope of work, methodology and key evaluation questions
Financial Proposal; The financial proposal should provide cost estimates for services rendered including daily consultancy fees. The consultant has to cover all field research related costs.

Interested and eligible applicants can send applications by 26 November, 2017 at the latest. Note that only those who fulfill all the requirements stated above will be considered.

11. Code of Conduct

Save the Children's work is based on deeply held values and principles of child safeguarding, and it is essential that our commitment to children's rights and humanitarian principles is supported and demonstrated by all members of staff and other people working for and with Save the Children. Save the Children's Code of Conduct sets out the standards which all staff members must adhere to and the consultant(s) and interpreters if applicable are bound by the principles and conditions of Save the Children’s Code of Conduct and will need to sign it before departing to the field.

A contract will be signed by the consultant before commencement of the action. The contract will detail terms and conditions of service, aspects on inputs and deliverables.

Moreover about the details can be seen from the followings:

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