Consultancy Care Consultant for Baseline Assessment of Prosper II Project
Care Consultant for Baseline Assessment
CARE is a global leader within a worldwide movement dedicated to ending poverty. Our mission around the world is to save lives, defeat poverty and achieve social justice.
Our Core Values describe who we are, what we do, and how we do it.
We believe in urgent action, innovation, and the necessity of transformation – within the world and our own organization.
We are accountable to the people and partners we humbly serve, transparently sharing our results, stories and lessons.
We know that by embracing differences, actively including a variety of voices, and joining together we can solve the world’s most complex problems.
We believe in the equal value of every human being and the importance of respecting and honoring each individual; we know that change happens through people.
We challenge ourselves to the highest levels of learning and performance, tapping the best of human spirit to create impact.
- Empowering women through agricultural and non-agricultural livelihood options
- Strengthening the financial inclusion of women in cocoa-farming households including women’s access and control and over productive resources.
- Improving Nutrition
- Strengthening Community Governance
- Child Labor remediation and prevention
- Establishment of farmer groups/associations.
- To collect demographic data on project participants with which to measure progress and impact
- To collect and analyse baseline data based on PROSPER II indicators as set out in the M&E framework.
- To assess the dietary practices of project participants (women of reproductive age, children under age 5, and school-aged) as in indicator of nutritional status
- To assess project districts’ governance practices
- To uncover gender practices among project participants, and within project communities.
- To assess the level of social and economic empowerment of female project participants
- Prevalence of population with moderate or severe food insecurity, based on the Food Insecurity Experience Scale (FIES)
- Household dietary diversity
- Proportion of the population living below the national poverty line
- # and % of women who are active users of financial services
- % of women (15-49 years) who consume at least 5 out of 10 defined food groups (MDDW)
- # and % of households who report a change in nutrition behaviour
- # of households consuming vegetables from household production
- Proportion of Children 6–23 months of age who receive a minimum acceptable diet (MAD)
- Dietary diversity score for children of school going age.
- % women with increased capability to perform economic activity
- # and % of women in communities who report on increased income as a result of IGA
- # and/or % of women in communities who report an increased control of income
- % of women farmers who (report they) are able to equally participate in household financial decision making
- New or amended policies, legislation, public programs, and/or budgets responsive to the rights, needs, and demands of people of all genders
- # and % of communities with at least one project implemented in collaboration with the district assembly
- Have a kick-off meeting with the Project team to understand the project and collect relevant project documents.
- Review existing project documents (such as the baseline report) and develop survey methodology in collaboration with the project team.
- Develop an appropriate sampling plan that meets international standards to capture an appropriate sample of beneficiaries.
- Develop a survey instrument(s) based on the project objectives, and indicators; build on existing survey instrument used for the baseline survey.
- Design/develop tools to capture incidental and unintended outcomes that could be attributed to the project
- Develop an online mobile data collection plan
- Train enumerators in mobile data collection.
- Conduct data collection within the identified sampled communities, and respondents
- Analyse data collected using agreed-on tools such as SPSS, Excel and/or STATA or a mixture of them.
- Present a draft report for review by the CARE team followed by an oral presentation (using Microsoft PowerPoint) on an agreed date.
- Present a final report a final report complete with an Executive Summary, data tables, field photos, other appendices and a bibliography.
GET MORE INTERVIEWS WITH SOBIAONLINE. CHOOSE FROM THE PACKAGES BELOW
How to Apply3.0. APPLICATION PROCESS All interested parties should submit an Expression of Interest outlining their capability to undertake this baseline assessment. In line with the specification above submit the following
- a technical proposal demonstrating the understanding of the assignment, including an indicative workplan;
- a financial proposal outlining the cost elements, providing consultant day rates and anticipated data collection costs;
- at least two samples of relevant previous work;
- the CVs of the Core Team Members to carry out the assignment.
- Technical Criteria weight; [70%]
- ii. Financial Criteria weight; [30%]
- General Relevant Qualifications of the Key Staff (Team) 15%
- Previous Experience in the subject matter (Baseline assessment, 30%
- around livelihoods, Women Economic Empowerment, food and
- nutrition security)
- Technical Approach – Responsiveness to SOW 35%
- Proposed Detailed Work Plan 10%
- Familiarity with the area of assignment 5%
- Gender Consideration in Team Composition 5%
- Total 100%
27 total views, 2 today