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Project Effectiveness Review
As part of Oxfam GB’s Global Performance
Framework, the Project Effectiveness Review will rigorously assess the
impact of this project on the people it is intending to support. Impact
will be evaluated particularly against Oxfam GB’s global indicator for
women’s empowerment. Data will be captured through the administration
of questionnaires, both to project beneficiaries and to comparable non-beneficiaries.
The consultant will train, supervise and manage a team of enumerators
to carry out the data collection. The consultant will work especially to
ensure that the data collected meets Oxfam’s high quality standards. The
statistical analysis will be carried out by Oxfam’s impact evaluation
team. The Oxfam team will be responsible for the overall methodology, but
will work in close collaboration with the consultant (as well as Oxfam’s
programme staff and the partner organizations) to ensure adequate sampling,
identifying the comparison group, and create the questionnaire.
Scope of Work / Key Tasks
project documents and discuss the project with Oxfam and partner staff,
to understand the details of the project objectives and its implementation.
with Oxfam staff to identify indicators and design a questionnaire suitable
for evaluating the project’s impact on women’s empowerment.
together with Oxfam staff a one-day workshop with a sample of project participants
in order to define the characteristics of women’s empowerment in East
a team of experienced enumerators for the data collection. Enumerators
need to be all women.
a three-day training workshop for enumerators. This will include two days
working through the paper version questionnaires and the use of the mobile
devices/tablets and one day of field testing. (including arranging all
logistics, such as finding venue, printing, stationary, etc)
all of the logistical arrangements necessary to carry out the field work,
including transport and accommodation for enumerators as necessary, etc.
the translation of the questionnaire into the local language (where appropriate).
identify a valid comparison group of individuals that were similar to the
project participants before it started, but who did not participate in
a list of sampled intervention and comparison women (800 approximately)
and a list of replacement women to ensure sufficient sample size, in collaboration
with Oxfam and project partners.
the survey work in the field, ensuring that the enumerators interview the
correct respondents that surveys are carried out to a high standard, and
that targets for numbers of respondents to be interviewed are met.
Oxfam’s Impact Evaluation Adviser on any problems that affect the selection
of respondents for the survey or the number of respondents to be interviewed.
6 FGD in the intervention villages according with the material and guidelines
a brief report on the conduct of the field work, including details of any
problems which were encountered and how they were resolved, and any feedback
which may be useful for future surveys.
Oxfam has a strong preference that the
survey is conducted using mobile devices or tablets. It is therefore
expected that the consultant will:
with Oxfam’s Impact Evaluation Adviser to build the mobile survey and
upload it onto the mobile/tablet devices.
mobile/tablet devices ensuring each device is signed in and out at the
beginning and end of each data collection day and that they are safely
stored each night. (Supervisors will take responsibility to charge devices
and to upload the data collected every evening.)
that the data files are uploaded and transmitted to the server every night.
In case data collection is done with traditional
paper version the consultant is also expected to:
the data-entry process, ensuring that each questionnaire is entered twice
by two different data entry clerk. Oxfam will produce a report identifying
the discrepancies between first and second entries. The consultant is expected
to perform the reconciliation for these entries. Please note that the data-entry
interface will be provided by Oxfam, and that the consultant is not expected
to conduct data analysis.
Ensure that the data files are submitted online
following the guidelines provided, ensuring adequate encryption and using
an adequate file sharing system (i.e. Box) on completion of the data-entry
completed (high quality) questionnaires of 800 interviews (300 beneficiary
women and 500 comparison women). Digital data needs to be successfully
uploaded on the online serves. If needed, the physical questionnaires have
to be delivered to Oxfam in Honduras office.
brief report on the conduct of the quantitative field work, including description
of the sampling strategy for both beneficiary and comparison Individuals,
details about any problems which were encountered and how they were resolved,
and any feedback which may be useful for future surveys.
brief report reporting the findings from the workshop defining the characteristics
of women’s empowerment in East Indonesia.
materials enumerator/supervisor training
finalised household questionnaire (English and local language)
finalised detailed field work planning, indicating 1) the number of individuals
surveyed on each day, 2) the precise location of each of these households,
3) the survey team responsible for each of these surveys.
finalised budget clearly indicating the allocation of the budget to the
various field work components.
detailed list of all sampled intervention and comparison individuals, indicating
1) their unique individual ID, 2) the name of the respondent, 3)
their region, 4) their village, 5) their producer group (if relevant),
6) an indication of whether or not the individual was surveyed, and if
not, the reason for why the individual could not be surveyed.
reports (one for each FGD) providing transcripts and considerations on
the FGD following guidelines provided.
of all payments made in the context of this review (see below)
assignment is expected to take approximately 25-30 working days to complete
which includes days for training of enumerators and field work.
for the survey is planned to take place from Monday 25th
of the enumerators is planned to take place from Monday 1st
collection should take place between Friday 5 August and Friday
Essential skills and qualifications
university degree (postgraduate degree preferred).
and experience of working in Indonesia [East Nusa Tenggara and West Nusa
Tenggara], with strong understanding of empowerment and Gender Based Violence
in the area.
in administering individual/household surveys, preferably as a field supervisor
or coordinator responsible for checking the quality of work of enumerators.
high level of attention to detail in carrying out surveys and data entry.
management skills – able to organize the work of teams of enumerators
so as to complete the work on schedule and to the required standard.
understanding on gender issues and women movement in Indonesia, particularly
of information and communications technology for data collection.
of relevant local languages.
working level in spoken English.
Proposals are invited from organisations
and individual consultants who meet the profile described above. The proposal
should outline the consultant’s profile (including their CV/resume), proposed
management arrangements, and examples of previous work.
Proposals must also include a clear itemised
budget. Any proposals that do not include an itemised budget will not
be considered. Please use Oxfam template.
The budget submitted by the consultant should
fees and subsistence for approximately 25-30 days of work.
for a team of enumerators to carry out a questionnaire of 800 individuals,
of approximately 60 minutes’ duration each.
of a training venue and of any equipment required.
and (if applicable) subsistence costs for the teams of enumerators.
of questionnaire into local language, where appropriate.
of training materials.
other costs anticipated in completing this assignment.
details for the consultant.
The gross amount of 30% will be paid up-front
(to cover all logistical costs + a share of the consultancy/survey team
fees), whereas the remaining amount of 70% will be paid upon successful
completion of the assignment (i.e. once all deliverables have been submitted
to and approved by Oxfam). This budget must be allocated to the
various data collection inputs according to a budget which will be prepared
by the consultant in close collaboration with and approved by the Oxfam
team. Receipts of all payments made in the context of this review
need to be kept by the consultant and submitted to Oxfam for verification
of whether expenses are made according to the agreed budget.
Interested and qualified consultants should
send their applications by July 1st, 2016 at the latest and indicate
APPLICATION FOR PROJECT EFFECTIVENESS REVIEW IN INDONESIA in the
subject line to the email [email protected].
Should you have any queries please send an email to [email protected]
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