Reports to:

Project Officer – Angaza Project (PACJA)

Effective Date:

27 Sep 17 – 10 Oct 17


  1. Introduction

The Pan African Climate Justice Alliance (PACJA) is a continental coalition of Civil Society Organizations from diverse backgrounds in Africa. Founded in 2008, the Pan African Climate Justice Alliance has emerged as the most vibrant and largest Civil Society platform in climate change and sustainable development, with a membership of more than 1000 organizations and networks.
The Alliance brings together Faith-based Organizations, Community-based organizations, Non-Governmental organizations, Trusts, Foundations, Farmers and Pastoralist Groups among other sectors.

PACJA through the Deepening Democracy Program (DDP) funded by DAI is spearheading the implementation of the Angaza Project (Strengthening CSO Advocacy for Improved Climate Change Governance in Kenya) running from August 2017. The Angaza project aims at strengthening civil society for improved engagement in climate change governance in Kenya. The Angaza project has a national reach covering all geographical areas and sectors of the Kenyan economy and specifically targets three objectives;


  • To catalyse and facilitate civil society and broader citizen participation in the implementation of the National Climate Change Act, 2016, review of the National Climate Change Action Plan (2018-2022), Implementation of the Nationally Determined Contributions and Influence the National Climate Change Council.
  • To track and monitor climate financing to ensure National Budget allocated for climate change and other climate finance streams meet the needs of the most vulnerable communities at the frontline of climate change impacts.
  • To solidify gains achieved in the coordination of diverse groups aimed at consolidating a unified civil society voice in national climate change policy dialogues and interventions.


The Momentum Committee facilitated by PACJA brings together various networks (Youth, Indigenous groups, Faith based networks, gender) and sector specific civil society organizations (Water, Agriculture, etc) ensure that their issues are championed in the climate change policy space. Through the Momentum Committee, the technical expertise within the Thematic Working groups and which this project also strives to enhance will also enhance individual organizations capacity to implement their key focus areas. At the end of this project it is envisaged that the Momentum Committee will evolve into an acceptable platform bringing together civil society groups from all thematic and sectoral orientations to drive climate people-centred issues in the broader climate governance arena.


As part of the project inception activities, the Momentum Committee and PACJA wish to carry out analyses on gender, social inclusion and conflict sensitivity in the context of Angaza project. The analyses will be limited to the scope of the project including the committee and the climate action CSO environment nationally and in two target counties, Baringo and Makueni.



  1. Scope of work
  2. 1. Purpose: To conduct a context and political economy analysis for the Angaza and generating relevant outputs to inform project planning and implementation.


  1. 2 Methodology:
  • The consultant through collaboration with the project team from PACJA will prepare adequate tools for the analysis putting into consideration guidelines from the Angaza project team and the specific context and objectives of the project.
  • Prepare for and conduct a context and political economy analysis.
  • Present the findings and recommendations of the context and political environment analysis before the Momentum Committee for validation.
  • Prepare and submit to PACJA the analysis report with outcomes and relevant recommendations.


  1. 3 Tasks: The consultant’s task are summarised as follows;
  • Utilize available guidelines to prepare tools and methodologies for the relevant analyses.
  • Conduct the political economy analysis.
  • Present the findings and recommendations before the momentum committee for validation.
  • Prepare and submit a detailed report on the analysis highlighting outcomes and recommendations in the context of the Angaza project.


  1. Deliverables
  1. Tools for the context and political economy analysis.
  2. Report as envisaged in B.3 (4) with SMART outcomes and recommendations for the Angaza project.


  1. Qualifications, Skills and experience
  • Background: Social sciences; Economics & Development; Environmental policy & governance; At least five years’ practical experience of working on similar assignments in development, policy, or climate governance interventions.
  • Analytical and planning skills, with an ability to translate analysis into recommendations for practical action.
  • Good communication and interpersonal skills and ability to work effectively with minimum supervision.
  • Experience carrying out political economy analyses within the civil society environment highly desired.
  • Experience of Working with INGO while doing similar work.



  1. Working environment:
  • Within Nairobi County; if necessary field visits may be required to partners in Baringo and Makueni Counties. 


  1. Time schedule:

Below is the proposed time schedule and any changes should be mutually agreed between the contracting authority and consultant. However, any adjustments should ensure that the work is completed within the stipulated period of time as provided for in the ToR.



Period (Days)



Prepare tools and methodologies for the analysis


27 Sep 17

28 Sep 17

Conduct a context and political economy analysis


28 Sep 17 – 4 Oct 17

5 Oct 17

Make a presentation of findings before the Momentum committee for validation



8 Oct 17

Prepare and submit a report


5 – 10 Oct 17

10 Oct17







  1. Assistance to the consultant by the contracting authority:

PACJA will make available the following information and facilities to the Consultant:

  1. Share any relevant information, reports, documents, guidelines, data at their disposal;
  2. Allow use of office space in Nairobi as necessary;
  3. Organize momentum committee meeting for validation of outcomes.


  1. Payment Of Work Done
  • 30% first then 70% afterward; subject to discussion.


How to apply


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