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Overview of CPPLI

Child Protection and Peer Learning Initiative (CPPLI) is a human-centered social development not-for-profit, non-partisan, non-sectarian National Non-Governmental Organization (NNGO) that was established and registered with the Corporate Affairs Commission (CAC) of the Federal Republic of Nigeria in June 2010 with the sole aim of ensuring that less privilege and vulnerable children (particularly girls) and women as well as populations affected by humanitarian emergencies have access and attain a quality life and education through building sustainable partnership with government agencies, UN-agencies, communities, individuals and other stakeholders in obtaining mechanisms and resources to achieve its aim and focus. The organization focuses on Protection, Health, Nutrition, Education, and Governance. Being a national and local organization, CPPLI is geographically operating in Northeast Nigeria with tremendous technical expertise in working in Borno, Adamawa, and Yobe (BAY) states due to its well understanding of the cultural dynamics and change in the context of the communities in the BAY states.

  • Project title: Promoting the access of vulnerable and crisis-affected children and adolescents to quality child protection services in Michika and Madagali of Adamawa and Askira Uba of Borno State, Northeast Nigeria.
  • Task: Video documentaries and Newsletter publication.
  • Location: Madagali, Michika in Adamawa and Askira Uba in Borno state.
  • Duration of assignment: 20 days (between August 2022 and November 2022).
  • Reporting to: Programme Manager.

Background of the project

In line with the Humanitarian Response Plan (HRP) 2021, CPPLI is implementing a child protection project titled Promoting the access of vulnerable and crisis-affected children and adolescents to quality child protection services in Michika and Madagali of Adamawa and Askira Uba of Borno State, Northeast Nigeria with funding from Nigerian Humanitarian Fund (NHF) for a duration of 11-month. The project theory of change (ToC) aims to strengthen prevention and response to child protection risks through a community-led approach. Following a holistic approach, the program targets returnees, IDPs and host communities and traditional/religious leaders, and people living with disabilities in order to avoid the creation of further tensions and to ensure effective inclusiveness in programming.


Objectives of the consultancy

In line with the CPPLI accountability to affected population (AAP) framework, CPPLI ensures effective communication of information to donors, beneficiaries, and other relevant stakeholders through a context-based appropriate mechanism. CPPLI will document and publish successes and achievements in respect of the child protection interventions within Madagali and Michika LGA, Adamawa state, and Askira Uba in Borno state. CPPLI seeks to identify the specific impact of the interventions on the lives of the affected populations as well as best practices that can be maintained or scaled up in future programs. Therefore the objective of this assignment is to document success stories and newsletter publications from the implementation.


Scope of work

The consultant will work closely with the CPPLI program team to deliver on the expected tasks and results. During this consultancy, the tasks would include:

  • Working closely with CPPLI to determine the exact scope of the stories; identify and develop topics and agree on target beneficiaries to be interviewed.
  • Prepare tools and formats that will be used for documenting the stories.
  • Conduct fieldwork in the selected communities with CPPLI project staff where applicable. This will include focus group discussions, and individual interviews with project stakeholders to document success and beneficiary feedback.
  • Produce newsletter for the organization across the different activity thematic by analyzing and presenting relevant information about project implementation in line with the agreed standard format.
  • Produce the text, photographs, and infographics highlighting the success stories and including video recordings of beneficiaries and other stakeholders.
  • Within the framework of the above-mentioned task, the consultant is expected to submit a concept note detailing processes and methodologies for effective delivery. See the attached concept note template.
  • The consultant shall perform all the above-listed tasks by providing/her own means of work (own camera, computer with necessary software programs; moderation tools, etc.)

Expected Deliverables

  • Published newsletter for the project supported by quality photos and infographic images.
  • Published video documentaries that record successes and positive impact of the intervention.

Required Expertise

In order to achieve the above-specified objectives, CPPLI expects the consultants to provide the following expertise and qualifications:

  • At least 5 years of working experience in publications of newsletters, success stories, and other related documentary reports for diverse audiences.
  • Deep knowledge of the context of BAY states particularly Madagali and Michika in Adamawa and Askira Uba in Borno state.
  • Previous experience working with an INGO or a Development organization.
  • Strong listening skills and the ability to understand and communicate fluently in the Hausa language (the native language of the project locations) are an added advantage.
  • Flexibility to work outside regular working hours as required, including evenings and weekends if required.
  • Proficiency in office software, including MS Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. Proficiency in the picture and video editing and graphic designs.
  • Significant experience in writing, editing, and documenting human interest stories for different levels of audiences is a prerequisite.
  • Proven experience in working with international organizations.
  • Photography skills and video editing experience.
  • High sense of journalistic ethics and in-depth understanding of gender issues.
  • Ability to deliver tasks on time against tight deadlines.

Qualifications and Experience

  • A minimum of HND, a University degree in a relevant field, or any of the social sciences.
  • At least 5 years of experience in a similar role.


Duration of assignment

The assignment foresees up to 20 working days for the consultants between August 2022 and 20th November 2022.


  1. Proposals are invited based on these Terms of Reference.
  2. The payments will be made upon successful completion of the expected task and submission of deliverables.
  3. CPPLI reserves the right to withhold all or a portion of payment if performance is unsatisfactory or if work/outputs are not achieved.

Planning and Reporting

  • CPPLI shall make available all documents, existing work plans, and information required for the fulfillment of tasks.
  • The final published copies of newsletters and video documentaries shall be submitted before November 30th, 2022.


In compliance with the NCDC Guidelines for COVID-19, the Consultant must ensure the following:

  • Ensure that the NCDC protocols on Mass Gathering are clearly communicated to participants during interviews and focused group discussions (FGDs).
  • Monitor and enforce compliance to the protocol on mask-wearing, hand sanitizing, and adequate spacing among participants during FGD sessions according to NCDC and CPPLI Covid-19 protocols.


Method of Application

All interested candidates should submit their applications via the APPLICATION LINK. The application letter and CV should be attached as a single document while the concept notes as single documents all in PDF formats.

This application will be open until 24th August 2022. APPLICATION RECEIVED after 24th August 2022 WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED. WOMEN ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY