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Consultancy on practitioner manual on participatory risk, capacity and vulnerability analysis

Action Contre La Faim - France (ACF)


The main objective of this consultancy is to produce a comprehensive “Practitioner Manual on Participatory Risk, Capacity and Vulnerability Analysis”.


Reviewing existing work and documents on PCVA

• Gather information from field-based experience
• External information
• Coordination with ACF-IN network

Develop practitioner manual on PCVA

• Develop a draft of manual
• Redesign of existing documents
• Production of manual

Dissemination of practitioner manual on PRCVA

• The consultant will be in charge to prepare a short presentation on the content and use of the manual for internal communication.

Profile consultant

Knowledge and experiences

• MA/S degree or at least 5 years of experience in International Development, Climate change, Disaster Risk Management, or other related field
• Experience writing humanitarian guidelines, manuals, case studies, or lessons learned.
• English language fluency required. French language skills a plus.


• Ability to create and maintain effective working relationships with multiple stakeholders.
• Flexible and adaptable.
• Excellent writing and editing skills.
• Interest in working with and learning from field staffs.

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  • Additional location info Paris
  • Closing Date 11 May 2012

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