13 Apr 2016

Full-Time Emergency Response for Displaced Households in North East Nigeria

Toni AdewunmiAnywhere

Job Description

Emergency Response for Displaced Households in North East Nigeria
19 Apr 2016 Borno, Nigeria Temporary Humanitarian
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Project Objective: To meet the immediate food security and child protection needs of conflict affected populations of Borno State.

Baseline Survey Objectives:

The baseline will focus on data collection for a set of indicators outlined in the project M&E plan. The baseline report will be used as a measurement to monitor the projects progress against the set indicators over the course of the project implementation.

The baseline aims to achieve the following objectives:

To collect baseline data for the program outcome/indicators below:
% of the target population gets acceptable food consumption score
% of caretakers using appropriate feeding practices
Proportion of households in the highest coping strategy index score category # of UASC identified, documented and receiving at least two follow up visit from a case worker
# of categorized foster parents identified (consultant to indicate the type of foster parents that exist in these locations, are they spontenous, planned or kinship)
# of child at risk cases centred on protection concerns
# of functional accountability structures existing and % reach of targets
Scope of work

This study is to be conducted within the sampling area of 2 communities in two local governments in Borno state. The baseline shall be conducted in forms of survey, key informant interview and focus group discussions if needed. The information will be collected, analyzed and the report in english will be shared to save the children for consultation before it is finalised.

Duration and Timeline

The baseline shall be expected to complete within 14 working days beginning April 14, 2016.

Summary of Deliverables

Share the draft report to save the children, finalise the baseline report by incorporating the feedback on the draft if any, submit survey data. The final baseline report should basicallu include the following points:

Executive summary
Conclusion and recommendation

Researcher competencies, Experience and Skill Requirements


Advanced experience in the evaluation of humanitarian aid, preferably in the field of Public Health, WASH or/and Child Protection
Advanced Development Research Qualification or equivalent, MSc preferred
Ability to conduct meetings with senior persons at government, UN and NGO level
Ability to work on own initiative and to meet deadlines
Attention to detail and ability to produce and present accurate information
Ability and willingness to travel to very remote areas, must agree to work in high risk areas
Solid experience in relevant fields of work to the evaluation and in the geographic areas where the exercise takes place is also required
Fluent in written and spoken English

Knowledge of the Northern Nigerian context is obligatory
Fluent in Hausa
Experience working with Save the Children or in Child Rights Programming
Demonstrated analytical, communication and report-writing skills.

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