TOR for consultant
For Stakeholder mapping and situation analysis
Influencing China global role for children
In China, there is now a general consensus that China’s foreign aid needs reform to fit the ambition of them role at global stage. China’s role The past decade has witnessed a great proliferation of foreign aid actors—from government entities to private companies to individuals and social entities—and a significant rise in foreign aid volume. The Ministry of Commerce remains the leading actor managing China foreign aid. The demands and expectations of recipient countries have also diversified, covering a broad range of areas including technical assistance, capacity building, and infrastructure projects .
China is also increasingly becoming a humanitarian donor. For example, China announced during the UNGA in September 2016 a pledge of 100 million US$ to support refugees. China played also a significant role during the Ebola crisis, with humanitarian aid worth 114 million US$ and the deployment of hundreds of medical personnel to Ebola hit countries. Here again, figures are not easy to aggregate (partly because of the multiplication of actors. For example, the support to the Ebola response was coordinated by the International Cooperation Department of the National Health and Family Planning Commission). Having said that, China’s humanitarian assistance remains extremely limited compared to the size of its GDP and its role in global governance and policy discussions of the humanitarian system remains limited as well.
Save the Children is under taking a strategic planning process to explore the opportunities to advance the increase China’s global for children internationally. The assignment will bring a solid knowledge base for Save the Children to understanding key stakeholders and states call in the topic.
A short paper to capture the current situation on China’s foreign Aid and its trend related with children and their families, key stakeholder mapping and suggestion of Save the Children’s focus area of intervention.
The short paper will particularly highlight:
A presentation to senior Save the Children’s staff in strategic planning meeting
If you are interested in this position, please send your CV to email@example.com before 17,Feb. 2017