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UNODC supervises the implementation of surveys around the world in the areas of corruption, victimization and access to justice, including in Nigeria. With funding from the European Union to the Government of Nigeria to support anti-corruption activities, the National Bureau of Statistics has been selected to conduct the ‘Household survey on corruption, victimization and access to justice’, under the supervision of UNODC. In order to ensure the use of common methodology, UNODC develops survey tools, common research protocols and data analysis tools in consultation with implementing partners. The Statistics and Surveys Section (SASS) of UNODC contributes technical supervision, provides expertise and advice in carrying out the survey and will be responsible for data analysis and report drafting on the survey results.
Duties and Responsibilities
The Purpose Of The Assignment Is
In carrying out this assignment, the consultant will be in continuous contact with the selected national implementing partner, CONIG and SASS to ensure an efficient flow of information and a consistent application of established research standards and principles.
Specific tasks to be performed by the consultant
Under The Supervision Of The Research Officer Of UNODC/CONIG, The Consultant Will Undertake The Following Activities
The Consultant Is Expected To Produce The Following Tangible Outputs, Which Will Be Assessed On The Basis Of Their Quality And Timely Completion
Deliverable specified by required time
Deliverable Deadline Duty Station
Background and research note - 30 September, 201 5 - Home based
Summary report on experiences and perceptions - 31 October, 2015 - Home based
Schedule of Payment in accordance with required outputs
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