Consultant for Endline Evaluation for Conflict Affected Populations (Nigerian Nationals Only), June 2020 – NGO Jobs
Idmibok International, also known as 360 HSDC is a health community-based organization registered in Nigeria, that works in a targeted yet comprehensive manner to address critical health, institutional and development related issues. 360 HSDC achieves this by collaborating with global and local development and private entities, such as governments, bilateral and multilateral donors, nongovernmental organizations and the private sector. The organization has a multifaceted team of experts with proficiency and experience in emergency environments, humanitarian activities and development in diverse environments and ecosystems, globally and across Africa, including in South Sudan, and extensively in Nigeria.
This position is for a proposal the organization is working on. This endline evaluation for Emergency Nutrition, WASH, And Protection Response will be conducted in the implementation areas and communities of Jere, Magumeri, Mafa, Konduga and Kaga LGAs. This endline will be compared against the baseline results which focused on the knowledge, attitude, and practices (KAP) of communities across the 3 sectors that the project targeted.
· Generate data for a set of indicators outlined in project M&E plan
· Use collected data as a benchmark for measuring project success or failure;
· Compare the current status of the context with what was present prior to project implementation
· Suggest priority areas for future programming
· To increase access to life-saving treatment services for children under 5 with SAM, while promoting appropriate IYCF-E practices that optimize nutrition and health survival outcomes
· Children and families affected by conflict have improved access to safe, adequate and quality water, sanitation services and improve hygiene practices towards reducing sicknesses and ensuring better health
· To create safe spaces for children and build the capacity of key humanitarian workers and community members on psychosocial support.
·Advanced degree in Public Health, International Relations, Social Sciences or other related fields
· Have experience and significant knowledge of humanitarian response mechanisms, specifically regarding the Northeast humanitarian response, and have previous experience in conducting external evaluations for conflict responses
· Minimum experience of 5 years in coordination, implementation, monitoring and evaluation of emergency response programmes AND expertise in at least 1 relevant sector (Food Security & Livelihoods, Nutrition, Child Protection)
· Demonstrated experience of evaluating humanitarian response projects is essential (experience of evaluating OFDA-funded projects is desirable)
· Knowledge and experience in child participatory approaches and child safeguarding
· Fluency in English and ability to write clear and concise reports (examples of previous work will be requested)
· Understanding of OFDA requirements as a humanitarian donor and specific requirements for this evaluation.
· Ability to manage the available time and resources and work to tight deadlines.
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