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Monday, April 10, 2017

Terre des hommes End of Project Evaluation – Dadaab, Kenya

Terre des hommes
End of Project Evaluation – Dadaab, Kenya
Country: Kenya
Name of Activity: End of project Evaluation, Tdh Dadaab Child Protection Project
Location: Dadaab, Garissa County.
Purpose: To determine the current status of protection of vulnerable and at risk refugee children in Hagadera (including children and families relocated from Kambioos refugee camp) in view of the assistance provided  through BPRM funding between May 2016 and May 2017.
The evaluation will establish the end line of the project based on the project’s key indicators.
It will examine both programmatic and operational mechanisms and processes applied in implementing the project and establish actual achievements made against commitments in view of the assumptions and risks identified in the program document.
The result of the evaluation will be applied by Tdh to strengthen communication of interventions for children in the Dadaab refugee situation and to design improved responses to better meet the needs of vulnerable and at risk refugee children in the increasingly unstable program environment..
Duration of the field mission: 6 days
Time dedicated to desk review and development of evaluation tools: 3 days
Time dedicated to report writing: 5
Under responsibility of: Child Protection Program Manager, Kenya, with support of Humanitarian and Child Protection Advisor, Tdh HQ, Lausanne
Presentation of Terre des hommes Foundation: Terre des hommes Foundation (Tdh) is the leading Swiss child relief agency.
In over 35 countries, Tdh protects children against exploitation, and violence, improves children’s, and their mother’s health, and provides emergency psychological, and material support in humanitarian crises.
Tdh has provided emergency relief and resilience building support to vulnerable and at risk children in Dadaab region since 2012.
Scope and focus
The assessment will be undertaken in Hagadera refugee camp and will include refugee populations relocated from Kambioos refugee camp.
The process will include the following:
  • 1 day scoping/Reconnaissance in Dadaab
  • Preliminary discussions, and preparations at Nairobi level.
  • Desk review (collection, and analysis of secondary data).
  • Definition of methodology, Development of tools and validation of tools at Nairobi level (technical propriety)
  • Debriefing with Dadaab field team and definition of support needs; sharing of responsibilities; visit to project sites; presentation of project by project team; review of tools of data collection and other documents applied as means of verification (MOV); Confirmation of activities, location of activities, selection of enumerators,
  • Training of selected enumerators, and pre-testing of tools.
  • Primary data collection (Household questionnaire, key informant interviews, focus group discussion, community resource/ vulnerability mapping, observation and triangulation, data analysis and reporting.
  • A detailed assessment report documenting all the evaluation outputs (maximum 25 pages), executive summary (max 2 pages), detailed vulnerability matrix, photographs, and clips of Human Interest Stories from program beneficiaries/ or other stakeholders interviewed).
  • Raw copies of interviews and other data collected from the field with clear coding for identification and location
Qualifications and experience required
  • Master’s Degree in the Social Sciences (Sociology, Psychology, Anthropology, Development Studies) or related fields relevant for the assignment.
  • At least 5 years of research and other relevant professional experience;
  • Demonstrated experience with Human Rights Based Approach to Programming (HRBAP) and the principles of gender and child protection mainstreaming;  promotion of gender equality, children’s participation and determination of the Best Interests of the child
  • Proven knowledge and skills on quantitative and qualitative analysis of data
  • Institutional knowledge of Child Protection Programming, with emphasis on systems approach, and behavior change in child protection programming
  • Knowledge and understanding of CPMS, UNHCR FCP, and SPHERE Standard
  • Proven experience in writing analytical papers on children and gender issues
  • Excellent facilitation and coordination skills and excellent analytical skills;
How to Apply
Proposals, including all relevant supporting information (CV, technical and financial proposal, work plan and 3 contact references), should be sent to  by C.O.B 17th April 2017.
Please indicate the consultancy you are applying for in the title of your email.
Only short-listed applications will be contacted.

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