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Final Evaluation of Child Protection Project Funded by Sdc

الرقم
RFP/jor/amm/2020/024
الموضوع
Final Evaluation of Child Protection Project Funded by Sdc عطاء
الجهة الناشرة
المجلس الدنماركي للاجئين - DRC - مكتب الأردن  

تاريخ النشر
26/11/2020
الموعد النهائي
07/12/2020
المدينة
عمان
القطاع
المنظمات الدولية
الحالة
جديد
# المرفقات الامتداد
مرفق 1 مشاهدة

تفاصيل

INTRODUCTION
Who we are?

The Danish Refugee Council assists refugees and internally displaced persons across the globe: we provide emergency aid, fight for their rights, and strengthen their opportunity for a brighter future. We work in conflict-affected areas, along the displacement routes, and in the countries where refugees settle. In cooperation with local communities, we strive for responsible and sustainable solutions. The Danish Refugee Council was founded in Denmark in 1956 and has since grown to become an international humanitarian organization with more than 7,000 staff and 8,000 volunteers. Our vision is a dignified life for all displaced. Since 2013, DRC Jordan has responded to massive displacement from Syria through the provision of protection and livelihoods activities in camp, urban and rural settings in eight governorates across the Kingdom. Recognizing the profound impact that displacement has on communities, DRC provides services that promote the rights of both vulnerable host communities and refugees.

The Project

Since May 2019, DRC has implemented the project entitled “Strengthening community capacities to identify, prevent and respond to child protection concerns in South Jordan” with the support of SDC in Ma’an and Karak. The project is implemented in partnership with Radio Nas of JOHUD. Guided by the overall objective of strengthening community capacities to identify, prevent and respond to child protection concerns in South Jordan, the intervention focuses on three key outcomes:

Objective 1: Strengthened ability among children and their caregivers to cope with protection risks affecting children.

Objective 2: Increased capacity of local and national stakeholders to identify and prevent protection risks and child rights issues affecting children

Objective 3: Increased awareness on protection issues affecting children through evidence-based advocacy

The project targets 1150 individual beneficiaries and includes the following key activities:

● General case management/individual protection assistance for 360 beneficiaries (DRC)

● Structured PSS group support for 810 children and caregivers (DRC)

● Capacity-building on child safeguarding for 25 local community-based organizations (CBOs) (DRC)

● Microgrants for 11 CBOs to cover critical material needs to make their space safe and child-friendly (DRC)

● Awareness raising for national level actors on protection issues facing children (DRC)

● Updated child protection service mapping in South (DRC)

● Youth run radio shows to raise awareness on protection issues affecting children (JOHUD- Radio Nas)

● Research conducted on children living in vulnerable outreach communities (DRC)

EVALUATION OBJECTIVES
The purpose of the endline evaluation is to produce an independent and systematic evaluation of the SDC’s project’s achievement against program outcomes and performance indicators and quality standards. The endline evaluation will also seek to identify unintended negative and positive effects of the project, identify lessons learned, capture best practices, and generate evidence-based knowledge to further improve and refine the implementation of similar activities. It is designed to complement DRC’s internally-led monitoring and evaluation activities in order to develop a more holistic picture of the intervention’s strengths and weaknesses. The evaluation will provide specific recommendations aimed towards adjustment in project approaches according to contextual needs to further improve efficiency and long-term effectiveness.

SCOPE OF THE EVALUATION
Thematic scope: The evaluation should encompass all key project activities delivered under Outcome 1 and 2 as outlined in Section 1.2 unless otherwise decided with DRC. Specific focus should be given to objective 2 activities. It should aim to assess the activities implemented by DRC and JOHUD/Radio Nas.

Geographic coverage: It should aim to include data collection in both of the project’s target locations: Ma’an, Karak, and Tafileh.

Target groups: men, women, boys, girls, Syrians, Jordanians, and non-Syrian migrants, refugees, and asylum seekers provided with assistance; DRC partners; DRC staff.

EVALUATION METHODOLOGY
The consultant or consulting firm will design an appropriate evaluation methodology based on a firm understanding of the expectations of the terms of reference as well as consultations with DRC Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability, and Learning (MEAL) Department and relevant technical units. In order to ensure that the evaluation is appropriate for and closely aligned to the specificities of DRC’s approach and complimentary to its existing M&E exercises, the initial phase of the consultancy should include a review of relevant project documents, technical SOPs, as well as DRC’s existing monitoring and evaluation data.

The evaluation methodology should rely on a mixed-methods approach, potentially including key informant interviews, focus group discussions, and surveys with DRC beneficiaries (including target CBOs), staff, and partners. The consultant should take into consideration possible risks and limitations related to COVID-19 when proposing research methods. It is recommended the methodology make use of child participatory research methods where applicable. The sampling techniques and target groups will be developed by the consultant, as well as any protocol. The methodology should also make use of protection minimum standards and humanitarian principles as key reference standards for the evaluation process. The technical feedback on the methodology and tools and the inception and final report will be delivered by the MEAL Manager and Protection Manager.

CONSULTANT’S PROFILE
Required:

At least 5 years experience in research and/or monitoring and evaluation

Proven experience in external project evaluations

Written and spoken English

Experience in refugee and IDP contexts

Proven experience in qualitative and quantitative research

A demonstrated high level of professionalism and an ability to work independently and in high pressure situations under tight deadlines.

Sound understanding of humanitarian and protection principles and their application

Experience in protection programming

Preferred

Knowledge and experience of the Middle East and the Jordanian context.

Written and spoken Arabic

Experience working with Non-Governmental Organizations; experience working with DRC is an asset

Experience in child protection programming

Based in Jordan

This is a Request for Proposal process that will be conducted using DRC standard bidding procedure and documents.

The complete RFP package and Terms of Reference with full details of activities, deliverables and how to apply can be found on DRC website https://drc.ngo/about-us/who-we-are/tenders/ from the 26th of November 2020

All bids shall be emailed to tender.jor.amm@drc.ngo by the 07th of December 2020 at 16:00 Amman time with all the required documents in PDF format. Any bids to any other email address will be disregarded. Alternatively bids can be submitted in a hard copy in a sealed envelope marked with the RFP number and title and the bidder name at the bid box located at DRC office in Um Uthaina, Al Basra Street, building (14), Amman, Jordan.


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