Anti-Slavery International is seeking a consultant for an end of project evaluation. The project, funded by the Bureau of Democracy, Human Rights and Labor (DRL) of the US Department of State, was launched in 2018 to contribute to the eradication of slavery practices and it encompasses work in four West African countries (Niger, Mauritania, Senegal and Nigeria).
This evaluation will focus solely on the components of the project targeting Nigeria, which ended in November 2020 and for which the implementing partner is CHRICED (Resource Centre for Human Rights & Civic Education). This project has aimed to foster the understanding of forced child begging in the country through the conduct of research and the dissemination of research findings with key stakeholders.
The consultant’s task will be to deliver an evaluation report (15 pages maximum) that successfully captures the lessons learned from the project. The entire consultancy will involve developing a research methodology and work plan in consultation with ASI and partners; reviewing and/or collecting available desk-based information; and conducting online and field interviews in Nigeria in order to develop a final evaluation report including clear communications for future research and dissemination initiatives.
The research will be carried out over a period of 2 months, starting as soon as possible, with a final report delivered no later than March 15, 2021.
The consultant should have experience in conducting research and undertaking evaluations, with a focus on conducting insightful and ethical focus group discussions and individual case studies interviews that focus on issues of economic, social and political empowerment, governance and humanitarian/development interventions. Proficiency in English is a requirement and a good command of Hausa is a strong asset. The consultant should have experience of working with vulnerable communities, including children, and ideally on the topic of forced child begging issues in the West Africa region. The consultant should be available between February and early March, when this evaluation is scheduled to take place.
The evaluation will require 19 days of work at the rate of US$ 330 per day.
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