Kenya: Consultancy mission for a final project evaluation in Kenya

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Organization: Handicap International – Humanity & Inclusion
Country: Kenya
Closing date: 01 Jun 2018

Handicap International, now Humanity & Inclusion (HI), is currently implementing a 4 year-long project about Maternal Neonatal Child Health (MNCH) in Korogocho and Kibera slums of Kenya, Under European Union funding. The project aims at improving long-term capacity of civil society organizations, in partnership with state actors, to implement effective MNCH, nutrition and family planning services for marginalized populations in Nairobi, especially those with disabilities. It is in this regard that HI and its partners would like to conduct an evaluation exercise to assess the impacts attained as a result of the project activities, lessons learnt and any existing gaps within the sector.

HI is looking for a consultant to carry out a final evaluation of this project in order to :

  • assess its impact in line with the set objectives
  • identify lessons learnt and good practices during project implementation
  • identify any existing gap when it comes to delivering mother and child inclusive health services for vulnerable populations including persons with disabilities.

This evaluation is expected to be carried out with the involvement of the beneficiaries of the project (Civil Society organizations, local Disabled People Organizations, parents of children with disabilities, health workers, community health volunteers) and policy makers Nairobi City County Health Services Department.

The research consultant/team as far as possible should fulfill the following criteria:

  • Possession of a degree in Statistics, Monitoring and Evaluation, Business and Economic related courses or other relevant field.

  • A minimum of 5 years’ experience in conducting social science research, desk studies and analysis as evidenced by previous work.

  • Strong previous experience in end-line evaluations in the humanitarian sector. Experience in health and disability related surveys an added advantage.

  • Ability to develop analytical tools and conduct specialized analysis from multiple data source.

  • Use of KoBo toolbox in data collection /ODK

  • Knowledge and fluency in both English and Swahili

How to apply:

Applicants meeting the above requirements and available between June and August 2018 over 85 days (to be discussed) should submit the following:

  • An elaborate methodology and detailed work plan clearly indicating how he or she would implement the research consultancy.

  • Motivation letter and curriculum vitae indicating relevant qualification, skills, experience in similar consultancies and expected consultancy fee as well as full details of three referees.

  • Send electronic copies of the application to reach Handicap International office on or before June 1st 2018 to jobs.kenya@hi.org

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