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Conducting Post-KAP (Knowledge, Attitude and Practices) Assessment with regard toPhysical and Humiliating Punishment (PhP)
PLYC is implementing five years SIDA fundedprogram CSO appropriation grant 2021 (Child protection Component) in Khanewal, Punjab.
The scope of the assessment is limited to district Khanewal, Punjab; however, the consultant will also analyze the prevailing PhP situation in the Province through secondary data analysis.
Post Graduate degree in the field of education, human rights, international development, women’s studies and/or other related social sciences from local or international recognized institute;
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Pakistan Lions Youth Council (PLYC) Established in 1986 as a non-state, non-profit voluntary, Prime Minister awarded organization working throughout Pakistan, Registered in 1993 under Voluntary Social Welfare Agencies Registration & Control Ordinance 1961 (XLVI) Vide Number Registered Under Societies Registration Act of 1860.Pakistan Lions Youth Council (PLYC) is also certified with International Standard Organization (ISO), Pakistan center for Philanthropy (PCP), Punjab Charity Commission (PCC) , Economic affair division and having consultative status with Economic and Social (ECOSOC) Support and Coordination Department Economics and Social Affairs of United Nations.
PLYC’S Vision is that Pakistan is a country where people have all the basic facilities which are required to maintain the life at certain and better standard through integrated development process at the grass root level.
PLYCis implementing five years SIDA fundedprogram CSO appropriation grant 2021 (Child protection Component) in Khanewal, Punjab. The program has two outcomes: 1) Reduced PhP in communities, homes, and schools in selected rural districts and urban centers; 2) Improved prevention and response mechanisms to child protection violations in selected rural districts. The program focuses on working on Physical and Humiliating Punishment (PhP) with interventions that focus on bringing the appropriate legislation of banning the corporal punishment in all setting, inclusion of positive disciplining in teachers curriculum and working with teachers and parents on positive disciplining to reduce the incidents of corporal punishment.
The project has already conducted a Pre-KAP survey at the start of the project regarding prevailing situation inKhanewal districts with regard to PhP. The results of the survey helped in designingactivities and launching a campaign against PhP in program districts.
Pre- KAP survey also provideddetailed information on the knowledge, attitudes and practices of the parents, teachers and communities with regard to different aspects of PhP. Now project is in its final year, and this assignment is to conduct a Post KAP survey about PHP, and gauge the effectiveness of PhP interventions in comparison with the results of Pre-KAP survey.