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ORAM Trainer Consultant

Consultant Terms of Reference

Title: ORAM Training Consultant

Dates:  March 1st, 2023 through August 31st, 2023

Location: Uganda – Kampala, Nakivale, Oruchinga, Kyangwali, Kyaka II, Rwamwanja settlements.  

Reporting line: Consultant will be reporting to Senior Program Manager, based in Berlin, Germany, with support from ORAM’s Project Officer based in Nairobi, Kenya.


The contractor will be based in Kampala, Uganda with travel to other sites as necessary, and will provide consulting services over the period of six months from March 1st, 2023 through August 31st, 2023.

About the Project

About ORAM


ORAM protects and empowers exceptionally vulnerable asylum seekers and refugees globally, creating sustainability and systemic change. We assist vulnerable asylum seekers and refugees on every step of their journey, working along displacement routes and in transit countries. We connect individuals with the resources and opportunities they need to build safe, stable and empowered lives.  


About the Project


Vulnerable and marginalized groups often live on the edge of society, in isolation, and are therefore often unable to access available services. ORAM will be conducting an in-depth needs assessment in order understand the unique challenges and needs vulnerable and marginalized asylum seekers and refugees face in the refugee settlements in Uganda. A gap analysis of existing services will be conducted to understand what support is available to vulnerable individuals and what support is still needed. The information from the needs assessment will provide the basis for a series inclusion training session, which will be provided to service providers and duty bearers in the settlements, providing them with the tools to ensure their programmes meet the needs of everyone they serve.


Purpose and Objectives


  • To increase the accessibility of program services to marginalized and vulnerable groups for more inclusive programing in Uganda – Nakivale, Oruchinga, Kyangwali, Kyaka II, Rwamwanja settlements.

  • To strengthen the knowledge and skills of duty bearers and services providers on inclusion of marginalized and vulnerable groups in planning for services.

  • To provide training sessions to provide duty bearers and service providers with an understanding of inclusive programming and working with marginalized and vulnerable groups.

Specific Activities

  • Inception report outlining the training plan, schedule, target groups etc., based on assessment report

  • Set up and hold meetings with ALIGHT, UNHCR and OPM to discuss the consultancy and initial plans for the trainings and solicit input

  • Develop training content together with ORAM’s Senior Program Manager and Field Research Consultant; in consultation with and input from ALIGHT, UNHCR and OPM

  • Map the service providers and duty bearers targeted for the training

  • Prepare training content schedule, invitation letters etc, to the targeted service providers and duty bearers

  • Organize and conduct training sessions for service providers and duty bearers on the inclusion of marginalized and vulnerable refugee groups in five refugee settlements;

  • Conduct pre and post-training surveys;

  • Evaluate the impact of the training sessions on inclusive programming;

  • Draft report on training impact;

  • Dissemination of the training findings

  • Provide regular reports to ORAM’s Senior Program Manager;

  • Act as the organization’s point person and ambassador in Uganda;

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Deliverables Timelines

Payment Mile-stones -these will be confirmed with amounts per milestone with the consultant

Desired Skills include, but may not be limited to, the following:

  • Relevant research qualification

  • Experience in conducting field research, ideally in refugee settings, with demonstrated evidence with 2 examples of relevant work

  • Proven ability to conduct inclusive and sensitive needs assessments;

  • Proven high level of written English;

  • Proven experience in report writing;

  • Knowledge on the humanitarian setting, asylum and migration in Uganda;

  • A good understanding of the humanitarian principles and operations of the UNHCR in Uganda, as well as other key stakeholders in the field;

  • Knowledge and understanding of issues facing the most vulnerable and socially marginalized asylum seekers and refugees;

  • Proven ability to work with diverse communities;

  • Dedication to inclusion of marginalized communities;

  • High level of professionalism;

  • Creativity and strong problem-solving skills;

  • Ability to work independently as well as part of a team;

  • Ability to work remotely;

  • Ability to connect with a wide range of stakeholders;

  • Discipline, strong organizational skills and attention to detail required;

  • Knowledge of French and / or Swahili a plus.

  • Experience in data analysis, presentation methods and data analysis.

Submission guidance:

Please submit a CV, 1-page letter of motivation, written response to the ToR with budget, two examples of written work, two references to, by the 26th of September 2022.

ORAM is an Equal Opportunity Employer offering employment and internships without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, age, national origin, citizenship, physical or mental disability, or protected veteran status. ORAM complies with all applicable laws governing nondiscrimination in employment.

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