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PPL Baseline Assessment Consultant

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  • Post Date: December 2, 2020
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Job Overview
ActionAid Zimbabwe is a global justice organization working in over 40 countries, taking sides with people living in poverty and exclusion to achieve social justice, poverty eradication and gender equality.
Position summary
ActionAid Zimbabwe seeks to engage a Consultant to conduct a comprehensive baseline assessment for the Peoples Post Code Lottery (PPL) funded project entitled Towards Resilient Communities with Health, Equality, and Safety for all (TORCHES). The consultant(s) will be expected to deliver the following:
  • Inception report and workplan, including a sampling strategy, a data collection and analysis methodology. The inception report will demonstrate clearly how the data collection plan and tools will gather data that addresses the indicators;
  • Training on tools and methodology for enumerators;
  • Data analysis of quantitative and qualitative data and draft and final baseline assessment report of no more than 25 pages (excluding annexes) as a Word document, written in clear and concise English.
Terms of reference
Please find the terms of reference for this opportunity here.
The consultant or team must have the following experience and skills: Master’s degree in Social sciences, Development Studies or equivalent; Demonstrable expertise on women’s rights and gender equality, with specific thematic expertise on Violence Against Women and Girls (VAWG); Geographical expertise in Zimbabwe and, ideally, in the project areas of Chitungwiza, Shamva and Nyanga; Experience in quantitative and qualitative data collection and analysis methods; Experience in participatory research; Experience in designing and conducting baseline assessments; Evidence of strong downward accountability mechanisms used with project stakeholders/research participants to actively share results and learning and evidence of use of ethical and safeguarding considerations and methodological measures for that respect the rights of all stakeholders, including those with multiple, often overlapping vulnerabilities and disadvantages.
To apply
Consultant/consulting teams are required to submit an expression of interest including the following:
  • A narrative/technical proposal (max 10 pages),
  • A financial proposal (separating consultant day rates and anticipated data collection costs),
  • CVs of consultant(s) who will work on the assignment,
  • Example(s) of previous similar works and at least contacts of three referees who can vouch for the quality of your previous work.

Completed bids must be sent by e-mail in PDF format to: with heading PPL BASELINE ASSESSMENT CONSULTANT.
Given the spread of COVID-19 across the globe, no hard copies will be accepted.

NB: Please note that whilst all applicants will be assessed strictly on their individual merits, qualified women are especially encouraged to apply. Please further note that although we value all applications, we unfortunately can only respond to short-listed candidates.

Deadline: 6 December 2020 (5pm)

Job Detail
  • Career LevelConsultant
  • QualificationMasters
  • Experience5-10 Years
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