Responding to Climate Change, Conflict, and Displacement Consultancy at Danish Refugee Council in Kenya

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Responding to Climate Change, Conflict, and Displacement Consultancy – RFP 286382 at Danish Refugee Council in Kenya

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Job Type: Consultancy

Career Category: Program/Project Management

Education Level: Master’s degree in Conflict and Peace Studies or equivalent

Experience: 3-5 years in climate, conflict, and peacebuilding

Deadline: April 22, 2024

Location: Turkana County and Moroto District, Kenya


The Danish Refugee Council (DRC), a renowned international NGO specializing in forced displacement, is seeking a qualified consultant to address the complex challenges of climate change, conflict, and displacement in the Karamoja Cluster through peacebuilding interventions.

Purpose of the Consultancy

The consultancy aims to conduct a comprehensive research study in the Karamoja region, focusing on Turkana County in Kenya and Moroto District in Uganda. The study will explore how peacebuilding initiatives can effectively mitigate the adverse impacts of climate change, conflict, and displacement in the area.


The Karamoja region has historically faced protracted conflicts and environmental stresses, particularly affecting pastoralist communities. The exploitation of natural resources, coupled with the semi-arid landscape and recurrent droughts, has intensified competition over essential resources, leading to increased tensions and displacement. DRC, operational in Kenya since 2005, aims to re-engage with the Karamoja borderlands communities and local authorities to address these challenges.

Objectives of the Consultancy

The primary objectives include:

  • Assessing the impacts of climate change on resource availability, livelihoods, and conflict dynamics.
  • Identifying existing peacebuilding initiatives and their effectiveness.
  • Analyzing the role of various stakeholders in promoting peacebuilding and resilience.
  • Providing recommendations for enhancing peacebuilding efforts and promoting sustainable conflict resolution mechanisms.
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Scope of Work and Methodology

The consultant will employ a participatory and qualitative research methodology, engaging key stakeholders and communities in Turkana and Moroto. This approach will include desk analysis, primary field research, and engagement with relevant authorities and civil society organizations.


The consultant will be responsible for the following deliverables:

  1. Inception report, including methodology and research tools.
  2. Comprehensive research assessment report.
  3. Debrief session on preliminary findings.
  4. Synthesized report with recommendations.
  5. Final report incorporating feedback.

Duration, Timeline, and Payment

The consultancy is expected to be completed within 20 working days. Payment will be based on the successful completion of deliverables.

Proposed Composition of Team

The consultancy will be conducted by one consultant, supported by a Turkana-based project staff provided by DRC.

Eligibility, Qualification, and Experience Required

The successful candidate must hold a master’s degree in Conflict and Peace Studies or equivalent, with 3-5 years of experience in climate, conflict, and peacebuilding. Strong research skills and knowledge of the Karamoja region context are essential.

Technical Supervision

The consultant will report to the DRC Kenya’s Head of Programme, with coordination by the DRC Kenya HDP manager.

How to Apply

Bids should be submitted electronically to, following the specified guidelines in the Request for Proposal (RFP) document.

Responding to Climate Change, Conflict, and Displacement Consultancy at Danish Refugee Council in Kenya

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