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RYSE Graduation Approach Longitudinal Study)

الرقم
RFP/JOR/AMM/2022/007
الموضوع
RYSE Graduation Approach Longitudinal Study) عطاء
الجهة الناشرة
المجلس الدنماركي للاجئين - DRC - مكتب الأردن  

تاريخ النشر
07/07/2022
الموعد النهائي
14/07/2022
المدينة
عمان
القطاع
المنظمات الدولية
الحالة
جديد

تفاصيل

Danish Refugee Council is a leading, international humanitarian displacement organization, supporting refugees and internally displaced persons during displacement, in exile, when settling and integrating in a new place or upon return. We provide protection and life-saving humanitarian assistance. We support displaced persons in becoming self-reliant and included into hosting societies - and we work with communities, civil society and responsible authorities to promote protection of rights and peaceful coexistence.

DRC has been active in Jordan since 2003 when it first arrived in response to the Iraqi refugee crisis. In 2013, DRC launched a multi-sectorial response to the Syrian crisis in Jordan, focusing on protection and economic recovery. Activities encompass both critical emergency response and sustainable long-term solutions, and DRC works to strengthen the protective environment, encourage self-reliance in vulnerable households and communities, and provide access to basic services and livelihood opportunities for displacement-affected communities in seven governorates (East Amman, Karak, Ma’an, Tafileh, Madaba, Irbid, and Mafraq) across the Kingdom, as well as in the Azraq refugee camp.

Background
RYSE is an ambitious attempt to incrementally develop and mobilize a dynamic, powerful, multi-stakeholder initiative/ eco-system focusing on empowering at least 25,000 displaced and conflict-affected youth to become the much-needed positive change agents in a region marred by war and political instability. RYSE vision is to develop a flagship model, in which youth, governments, private sector companies as well as investors and civil organizations together educate, embolden and enable youth to fulfil their critical role in a future Syria and Jordan and to pursue their life ambitions. The key target group are Syrian youth who are displaced and living as refugees in Jordan but also vulnerable young Jordanians who have been massively affected by the conflicts in the region.

RYSE encompasses three separate, but interlocking objectives. Objective 1 focuses on providing life skills, trainings, and pathways for youth to engage in leadership in civil society. Objective 2 provides a graduation approach model to help youth and their families become more resilient and obtain improved economic outcomes. Objective 3 will seek to create an enabling and refugee and youth-inclusive supporting environment by addressing the formal and larger context of institutional and policy structures in Jordan that prevent youth from actively participating in civil society and the labour market. This will be achieved through policy analyses and assessments, advocacy, mobilization, and capacity building of a broader set of stakeholders and duty bearers to promote refugee and youth-inclusive policies. Evidence-based advocacy will help support the Government of Jordan and its development and humanitarian partners to introduce policy changes that promote a more enabling environment for youth empowerment and to reach the well-conceived ambitions under the Jordan Compact.

The purpose of the Consultancy

In close collaboration with RYSE consortium management unit, Danish Refugee Council- RYSE project seeks to hire an independent research firm to lead the two phases of data analysis and reporting for the longitudinal study, the first of which is a comparison of baseline and mid-line data and the second phase will be the comparison of base-line, mid-line, and end-line data. The aim of the study is to assess the Impact of the graduation approach on the enrolled Jordanian and Syrian Households' ability to graduate out of poverty and to look at changes over time in the households’ socio-economic, well-being and self-reliance. The study will provide an observational assessment of the effectiveness of graduation programming in Jordan.

The study aims at answering the following research questions:

What is the profile of households enrolled in the RYSE Graduation Approach (GA)?
What is the association between the GA and households’ ability to graduate out of poverty, as measured by RYSE’s graduation criteria?
What are the main barriers to graduation out of poverty for households in Jordan?
Note: RYSE partners have already completed the data collection of baseline data (583 assessments) and the mid-line data (around 370 assessments). For the end-line data (around 370 assessments), the partners are planning to complete the data collection max by the end of Novmebr 2022.

How to apply
Only registered companies can participate in this tender .

To obtain full documents of the tender , send an email to rfq.jor.amm@drc.ngo , in the subject write "RFP/JOR/AMM/2022/007- RYSE Graduation Approach Longitudinal Study"

Deadline to to summit bids : 07/07/2022 @15:00 Amman time , any bids received after the deadline will be disqualified.

you can submit your bid either by hard copy in sealed envelope or by email (please read the tender invitation letter)


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