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Scope of Work
Consultancy Title:Social Inclusion Specialist
Estimated LOE:34 days (4 days of travel and up to 5 weeks, six day work weeks)
Estimated Dates of Service:July-August 2015
Location of Service:Kigali with travel to the field
The Humanitarian situation in North-eastern Nigeria
1 Background and Context
The overall goal of this project is that women and girls affected by violence in Ban Mai Nai Soi and Ban Mae Surin refugee camps receive comprehensive, high quality assistance from community-based service providers. The project aims to achieve the goal by strengthening prevention and response to GBV in Ban Mai Nai Soi and Ban Mae Surin refugee camps through community-based providers, and addresses the following forms of violence:
Position Overview: CAMRIS currently seeks a “Position title here” to provide support to USAID’s 5-year Uganda Sanitation Program (USP), which aims to accelerate sustainable improvement in water and sanitation access and improve hygiene behaviors in select target districts. To accomplish that the Awardee shall conduct activities which contribute to following distinct types of outputs: increase household access to sanitation and water services; expand key hygiene behaviors at home, school, and health facilities; and strengthen district water and sanitation governance.
Mercy Corps is soliciting bids for a qualified consultant to conduct a youth mapping and profiling study in Liberia.
ICF International is currently preparing a bid to undertake the Thematic evaluation of DFID and ECHO humanitarian funding in the Sahel 2015-2017 for the UK Department for International Development (DFID).
DFID is providing up to £139m over three years for the ‘Providing Humanitarian Assistance to Sahel Emergencies’ (PHASE) programme. The majority of this funding (£107.5m) will be implemented through a Contribution Agreement with the EU Humanitarian Aid and Civil Protection department (ECHO).
Deadline to apply: July 15th, 2015
Since 2003, Mercy Corps has been working in Iraq to help Iraqis rebuild their country and to provide humanitarian assistance. Mercy Corps Iraq operates in all eighteen governorates of Iraq, focusing on transformative community development methods that actively engage citizens, civil society and local government. Mercy Corps' current portfolio includes humanitarian assistance - in which it is a leader in cash programming - as well as conflict management, youth empowerment, and civil society development.
Landmine and Cluster Munition Monitor is currently looking for someone to design a collection of global and country-specific maps to help visually illustrate the extent of the landmine, cluster munition, and explosive remnants of war problem. The work will primarily consist of updating our most recent collection of ten maps during two-week windows in early August (five maps) and early November (five maps), but may also allow for envisioning some new maps.
Terms of Reference for Consultancy for an Emergency Expert to support the Development of a Post-Emergency Multiple Indicator Cluster Survey Module
1. Background/Context of the Consultancy Requirement
Freedom House is seeking qualified individuals or teams to conduct a summative evaluation and provide capacity building support for its USAID-funded project Justice as a Right in Southern Africa(JARSA). The project is a multi-year, $10 million regional rule of law and human rights initiative that will come to a close in September 2016. Starting in October 2015, a consultant will be contracted to train and coach field staff in monitoring and evaluation principles as well as help the office prepare for a presumptive end of project data quality assessment.
mothers2mothers SCOPE OF WORK (SoW)
****Reproductive, Maternal, Newborn and Child Health (RMNCH) Programme Design & Development****
This Scope of Work outlines a request for the services of a consultant to support mothers2mothers’ Department of Programmes & Technical Support (DPTS) in the research, conceptualisation, design, and development of a RMNCH programme.
****m2m’s RMNCH Project****
Over the last years, WHO as well as development partners have published a range of guiding documents which have relevance for the generation and use of strategic information for the health sector response. In some areas, this existing guidance needs to be updated or complemented with additional information.
The Building Resilient Communities in Somalia (BRCiS) Consortium came together in 2013 to work on a four-year programme of support to hazard-prone communities in the south-central zone of the country. The intended outcome of the programme is that men, women and children in vulnerable communities are more resilient to shocks, both in rural and urban contexts. The five key areas of work that will contribute to this outcome are: (1) Community resilience-building; (2) WASH, (3) Shelter; (4) Food Security; and (5) Learning.
International Business and Technical Consultants Incorporated (IBTCI) is seeking a Data Quality Assessment (DQA) Manager. He or she will be responsible for a number of activities to ensure that the USAID/EA/Somalia Office is aware of 1) the strengths and weakness of data collected by the Office from its implementing partners; and 2) the extent to which the data can be trusted to influence management decisions.
BID FORM must be completed, signed and returned to UNICEF.
Bid must be made in accordance with the instructions contained in this LRFP.
TERMS AND CONDITIONS OF CONTRACT
Any contract resulting from this Invitation shall contain UNICEF’s General Terms and Conditions and any other Specific Terms and Conditions detailed in this LRFP.
[the complete Call for Expression of Interest can be found on http://www.fao.org/evaluation/oed-consultancy-jobs/en/]
During May and June 2015, OED conducted a project evaluation of the “Agriculture and Food Information System” (AFIS) project in South Sudan and a qualitative impact assessment looking at the preliminary impact of FAO’s emergency activities on livelihoods and coping strategies of targeted beneficiaries.
The Norwegian Refugee Council (NRC) established its ICLA programme in Somalia in 2013 to support secure land tenure for shelter beneficiaries. The programme operates in Somaliland, Puntland and South Central Somalia and focuses on housing, land and property rights through the provision of information services, legal counselling, and legal assistance. In addition, the ICLA programme conducts training activities for both humanitarian and local actors on housing, land and property rights.