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Consultancy to Conduct Analysis for quantitative household survey, interpretation of results and producing an Evaluation Report
Catholic Relief Services

We work with organizations around the world to help poor and vulnerable people overcome emergencies, earn a living through agriculture and access affordable health care.

 

 


 Bid No: CRS-Sudan-BU-RFGS-21246
 City: Khartoum
 Deadline: 28 Oct 2020
 Description:

CRS Sudan, under the Moafa I Response, funded by OFDA, invites competent and qualified companies to submit their bids for the following.

 

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Category Reference

Ref: No. CRS-Sudan-BU-RFGS-21246

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Conduct Analysis for quantitative household survey, interpretation of results and producing an Evaluation Report

This can be the RFGS No.

 

Project Goal and Objectives

 

The OFDA-funded Moafa project was implemented in the Jebel Marra and Um Dukhun areas of Central Darfur to improve the health and nutrition status of 164,645 beneficiaries (including 49,655 IDPs) in conflict-affected communities. This project built on a previous OFDA-funded health, WASH, and nutrition project implemented in March 2016 to December 2018 in conflict affected Jebel Marra but scaled up to include the Um Dukhun locality. The program engaged in emergency, health, nutrition and WASH activities to help communities rebound from displacement and conflict.

The Moafa program had three strategic objectives: (1) for targeted communities to have increased their use of primary health services, (2) for pregnant and lactating women and children under five in targeted communities to attain reduced levels of malnutrition, and (3) for targeted communities to have improved public health. 

These three strategic objectives were to be achieved through the following outputs:

  • Rehabilitate and support health facilities and the community networks that provide Social Behavior Change Communication (SBCC) and referrals for cases;
  • Provide access to screening and referral for malnutrition and support households to adopt good nutrition practices including consuming nutrient-dense foods;
  • Provide WASH services that help households consume safe drinking water, use improved sanitation facilities, adopt hygienic practices, and safely dispose of refuse through environmental management practices.

 

Specifications for goods/Services required

Contractors are required to be guided by the Terms of Reference for the analysis and reporting and the full Scope of work (for in-depth analysis). Both documents are attached for the bidders to learn about the indicators, the population, sampling and methodology… etc. to ensure that the analysis of data and reporting of findings are completed as required. Deviation from these specifications is not allowed and may be used to alter the payments to be made to the Vendors.

The selected contractor will receive a full quantitative data set (database) and complete set of qualitative data (FGDs summary, KIIs and checklists).

 

For bidding process and more details check the below attached document.








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