Job: Baseline Study for Hand in Hand Eastern Africa Program in Northern Tanzania

Organization: Hand in Hand
Country: United Republic of Tanzania
Closing date: 04 Nov 2016

Hand in Hand Eastern Africa (HiH EA) seeks the services of a team of qualified consultants to conduct a baseline study for a new 5-year program in Tanzania. The baseline study is commissioned by HiH EA, in consultation with Hand International (HiHI), the Hand in Hand network’s coordination and support office based in London.

The objective of the baseline is to provide a detailed picture of the socio-economic conditions of the population in the targeted rural areas of Arusha and Moshi, to enable HiH EA (TZ) to measure rigorously the outputs, outcomes and impacts of the program over the period to year 2021. Proposed Baseline Design HiH EA TZ plans to reach approximately 100,000 people with its direct intervention model in the period 2016-2021.

The selected areas for the intervention are rural areas of Arusha and Moshi. The baseline should therefore provisionally identify the population of approximately 100,000 adults (80% women) who can be targeted for the program, and select a sample of this population for a detailed socioeconomic household survey. It is proposed that the baseline survey is conducted in two stages, where phase one consists of a scoping study, to be followed by a household socio-economic survey.

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How to apply:

Electronic submission of proposals will be made to both John Kamau (M&E Manager at HiH EA) [email protected] and Stuart Coupe (M&E Manager, HIH Int) at [email protected] by 4 November 2016 at 18:00 hours GMT. The successful bidders will be informed by 11 November 2016