Data Collection Consultant

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DATA COLLECTION CONSULTANT

TERMS OF REFERENCE

1.    BACKGROUND AND CONTEXT

Women for Women International (WfWI) is an International non-profit making organization committed to improving the lives of socially excluded and marginalized women in conflict and post-conflict settings. WfWI provides a 12-month program on life skills, rights education, and vocational skills training.

WfWI has been implementing its core program to improve women’s lives and their families. It started its activities in 1997 and is now operating in 11 Districts of Bugesera, Gasabo, Huye, Kayonza, Kicukiro, Muhanga, Musanze, Ngororero, Nyabihu, Nyaruguru, Rwamagana.  WfWI Rwanda trains women on how to earn an income, to become decision-makers, to improve their health and wellness, to have their own social networks and safety networks that deal with challenges facing their families and communities.

2.    OBJECTIVES OF THE CONSULTANCY

The overall objective of the consultancy is to collect data for Women for Women International under the supervision of the Monitoring and Evaluation Department.

3.    SCOPE OF WORK

Data are collected for WfWI’s active participants and graduates from eleven Districts, namely: Bugesera, Gasabo, Huye, Kayonza, Kicukiro, Muhanga, Musanze, Ngororero, Nyabihu, Nyaruguru, Rwamagana. Data collection in Huye, Musanze, Ngororero, Nyabihu, and Nyaruguru Districts often requires the team to spend nights in Huye;
The respondents are met in their respective communities and are contacted to set time and venue prior to scheduling the field trips;
Electronic data collection is done with the help of tablets (iPads) which are linked on our online platform;
Data collected concerns social and economic wellbeing of WfWI participants or graduates mainly one to three years but may go beyond depending on the need;
Data will be collected according to the schedule which always is prepared one week before the team goes to the field.

4.    ROLES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

i.    Data collectors work under the Monitoring and Evaluation department and are responsible for collecting baseline, endline, and graduate follow-up data;

ii.    Support M&E staff in data collection checking and reporting of any inconsistencies to improve data quality;

iii.    Participate in regular field visits to collect data on women participants and graduates in WfWI Program;

iv.    Consistently compile and write findings, reports, and recommendations of key data collected and/or M&E field visits;

v.    Assist with the documentation and reporting of the assessments, program data, lessons learned and best practices;

vi.    The consultant will report to the M&E Officer, in the Monitoring and Evaluation Department;

vii.    The number of surveys to cover will depend on the type of tool used recognizing that WfWI works for 40 hours a week.
 

5.    DURATION OF THE CONSULTANCY

 

The consultancy will be carried out for a period of two months from the time of contract signature by both employee and employer. The consultant will work closely with WfWI Staff.

6.    QUALIFICATION AND EXPERIENCE

The consultant should have the following qualifications:

a)    Bachelor’s degree in a field relevant to the assignment, such as Statistics, Economics, development studies, etc.;

b)    At least 3 years prior working experiences in data collection/administering surveys, and data management. Having experience in data clerking and analysis would be an added advantage and;

c)    Proficiency in written and spoken English and knowledge of Kinyarwanda is required.

7.    APPLICATION PROCEDURE

 All interested candidates should submit their cover letter and an updated CV with 3 Professional references (their: Names, Positions, Email & Phone) by completing very carefully the following application form not later than June 10th, 2019.

 

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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