Save the Children Impact Evaluation of the Dadaab Child Protection Programme Consultancy Opportunity Kenya 2013
Terms of Reference
Duration of Assignment: Approximately 60 days over four month period
Expected Start Date: 15 April 2013
The child protection program in Kenya is highly strategic for Save the Children and demonstrates a model of how to implement prevention and response interventions in a very complex and challenging camp environment. The program uses a child protection system approach to strengthen institutional and community-based child protection facilities and systems in the Dadaab refugee camps.
After five years of programming, a rigorous impact evaluation is needed to assess the appropriateness and effectiveness of the approach in Dadaab. A rigorous evaluation of the program, focused on measuring change in children’s and families’ outcomes and the longer-term impact of interventions over the last five years, will serve to strengthen the evidence base and demonstrate what works, and which strategies are less effective, in a chronic camp context.
The scope of the evaluation will cover the three key outcome areas of the program: child- level; family and community-level; and outcomes at the level of the duty bearers, with a close focus on the linkages and interconnectedness between the program components and outcomes at different levels.
Submit Application to:
Save the Children Kenya Country Office
And copied to:
Application Deadline: 22 March 2013
- Submit an application stating their interest in and qualifications for the position (in English);
- Provide the price offer (in USD) indicating the daily fee.