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Terms of Reference
UX/UI consultant for Alliance Child Protection in Humanitarian Action



The Alliance Child Protection in Humanitarian Action ( is an umbrella organisation of the large international child protection organisations including UNICEF, Save the Children, Plan International, World Vision, and Terre des hommes ( Their current website was quickly developed on a wordpress format but members recognised the need for a more substantial online tool that could serve as a knowledge management and online networking hub. Terre des hommes has presented the Child Protection Hub ( to the Alliance and after careful consideration agreement was reached that the new website will be based on ChildHub’s engine while using its menu structure, the database, the existing resources and services. 
The agreed structure and layout is available on the following link:

More, a UK based web development company, is in charge of the technical development. The design layout is provided by the graphic designer of Childhub and is based on the design guidelines of the Alliance. 


The Task:

  • Provide advice to Terre des hommes regarding the management of the requests and expectations of the Alliance while also maintain the integrity and logic of ChildHub, following the latest trends in web design, and, to maintain a good user experience. 
  • Provide quality control over the development and design services carried out by the web development company and the graphics designer: identify bugs, improve the outlook, identify design issues at any points of the development process.
  • Provide advice to the Alliance (through Tdh) about issues, functionalities, etc. that neither party may think about, but which would improve user experience. 
  • Develop an online advertisement strategy and set up a Facebook, Linked-in and Twitter campaign by the launch of the website. (A separated budget will be set for advertisement)



  • The candidate has to have intimate knowledge of ChildHub (, its origins, logic of structure, philosophy and mission
  • 5-10 years of experience with website development projects, managing sub-contractors and clients
  • Up-to-date knowledge of web-design trends
  • User experience experience and knowledge
  • Knowledge and experience with online advertising
  • Experience working with ASANA project management tool


Timeframe: The project starts on January 15, 2018 and finishes April 30, 2018.


Objective: the expected outcome of the consultant contract is a user-friendly Global Alliance website that corresponds to latest design and user experience trends.


The Contract:
The contract needs to work on a per-hour worked basis, in agreement with Tdh, based on two-week sprints where tasks are identified and agreed on between the consultant and Tdh. 


To apply: send a financial offer together with relevant references / experiences / portfolio to no later than January 5th 2018. The offer should answer to the requirements of the ToR. Please specify the smallest time period that can be invoiced. Only companies or self-employed individuals may apply (i.e. ability to provide invoice is essential)