Faith to Action Network is looking for three research consultants, to carry out baselines and endlines in Burundi, Egypt and Tanzania.
Applications are expected by February 3rd 2019 at the following email adress: HR@faithtoactionetwork.org
A full description of the terms of references and application details are available here: https://www.faithtoactionetwork.org/tors-baselinesendlines/
Communities Richer in Diversity (CRID) is a project initiated by a consortium of faith organisations and networks, namely, the Faith to Action Network (F2A), the Council of Anglican Provinces of Africa (CAPA), the African Council of Religious Leaders-Religion for Peace (ACRL-RfP), and the All Africa Conference of Churches (AACC). The project is funded by the European Union (EU) and aims at leveraging on the influence of faith leaders and institutions to promote cultural diversity and respect for equal dignity of all men and women in six African countries, Uganda, Kenya, Tanzania, Burundi, South Sudan and Egypt.
CRID plans to achieve its aims through interfaith and intercultural dialogue and cooperation. It plans to scale up interfaith and intercultural interventions that enhance the understanding, tolerance and respect for cultural and religious diversity among 12,200 young men and 12,200 young women at risk of radicalisation. The project will be implemented by six partners in the six countries.
CRID has already implemented technical assistance missions in all the six countries and the partners in the six countries have already been contracted and are implementing their projects. The proposed baseline surveys will be conducted as the grantees are implementing their projects.
The purpose of the baseline study is to determine qualitatively and quantitatively the current situation in relation to the main elements of the project amongst the stakeholders and beneficiaries in Egypt. The survey will establish the baseline for the project´s key indicators and will provide the benchmarks to measure the project performance. The baseline survey is primarily intended to generate knowledge on interfaith approaches to promote pluralism and counter radicalisation of young people, and will be the basis for case studies and knowledge generation. Additionally, the baseline survey will be conducted while the partner is implementing the project and will be used to facilitate monitoring and evaluation (M&E) of the project. Most aspects of its findings will be published and disseminated in different forms of knowledge products.
How to apply:
Interested individual consultants or Consultant Firms are invited to submit an Expression of Interest (EOI) for delivery of the assignment. The EOI should include:
- Both technical and financial proposals
- Detailed technical proposal will include proposed methodology indicating the overall process including sampling, quality assurance, time frame, etc.
- Clear work plan including outputs/deliverables and detailed time frames.
- The financial proposal will include detailed budget containing total costs as per man-day rates, work plan and any other costs anticipated in undertaking process of the assignment.
- Detailed CV of the consultant with full description of the profile and experience, including a list of previous research and evaluations.
- Sample of 2 relevant studies previously produced.
- A cover letter outlining the suitability of consultant for the assignment, motivation and summarising relevant experience.
- Contact details from at least two independent referees with in-depth and proven knowledge of the applicant’s expertise and relevant work experience.
The application in English should reach CRID before 05.00 PM, Sunday, 3 February 2019. Applications should be addressed to:
Faith to Action Network
Hatheru Court/Hatheru Road (Lavington)
Off Gitanga Road/ Nairobi-Kenya
P.O. Box 2438-00202