Facilitator for PROSPER/ Paung Si Lett Program Review workshop


Facilitator for PROSPER/ Paung Si Lett Program Review workshop

Project Location:

Inn Lay, Shan State, Myanmar



Summary: Mercy Corps is looking for a national Facilitator to serve as the principle technical resource for PROSPER program review workshop. PROSPER program has been launched in March 2015 in Kayah and it is heading for nearly three and half years and going to phase out in coming October 2018. Therefore, PROSPER field team decides to conduct program review workshop to learn and share program implementation challenges and experiences among partners, and staff capacity building as well. The facilitator will be hired who is well experienced and expertise in facilitating such workshop so that there will not be bias in reviewing the Program. Finally, the result of the workshop will ensure to get valuable feedbacks to the Mercy Corps in designing the future program. Facilitator will give workshop finding report to Mercy Corps.


The Paung Si Lett (PSL) program is laying the foundations for sustainable peace and development in Kayah State, Myanmar, through the implementation of a multi-tiered programme at the village, township, district, and state level. Funded by the European Commission, the programme takes a process-oriented approach to building the skills and relationships that will enable diverse actors – including community members; civil society organizations (CSOs); state, district, township, and village government; and ethnic armed organizations (EAOs) and their civilian administrations –  to work together to promote peace and development. Working across the state’s seven townships, the programme’s three components – ER1 Governance, ER2 Community-Driven Development (CDD), and ER3 Peacebuilding – will be implemented in an integrated and coordinated way to maximize impact and to connect actors both vertically and horizontally. The Mercy Corps-led consortium – which includes the International Rescue Committee (IRC), The Border Consortium (TBC), Nyein (Shalom) Foundation, Karuna Mission Social Solidarity (KMSS) Loikaw, and Association of Volunteers in International Service (AVSI) Foundation – capitalizes on the strengths of each co-applicant to ensure geographic coverage and knowledge of Kayah State, relationships with diverse key stakeholders, and complementary technical expertise.

Project Description


  • To share PROSPER-Paung Si Lett Program achievements and challenges among Program Consortium partners
  • To review the strength and weakness in program implementation
  • To build linkages and networking between partners for the further development needs in Kayah


Participants: Total = 29 pax


Venue: Inlay, Shan State


Workshop Date: 18th – 19th October 2018

  1. Facilitator Activities and Key deliverables

Key activities and deliverables of the consultancy include:

  • Workshop design and methodology
  • Facilitating 2 days review workshop including participants’ capacity building
  • Workshop finding report


  1. Schedule and logistics

Working days: 5 working days (1-day preparation 5workshop design and methodology, 2days facilitation review workshop, 2 days’ report writing and submission) are anticipated in order to carry out the workshop in October 2018. The training location is in InnLay, Shan State.

Logistics: Mercy Corps undertakes the responsibility for facilitating travel and accommodation for the Facilitator.

  • Qualifications

Mercy Corps is looking for a facilitator with the following skills and experience:

  • Technical expertise in facilitation and communication skills
  • Experience in conducting training and workshops with civil society organizations.
  • Experience working/ engaging with civil society organizations.
  • Strong participatory facilitation skills and cultural sensitivity.

The Facilitator will report to:

U Myat Thu- Program Manager


To Apply


In addition to your CV, please submit cover letter which includes a list of relevant projects/experience. Person who wants to apply needs to submit the proposal to mm-hr@mercycorps.org, latest by 11:59pm Myanmar time on 7th October 2018.


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