CALL FOR RESEARCH AND EVALUATION PARTNER — SENEGAL 86 views0 applications


Synopsis of Program: The African Programming and Research Initiative to End Slavery (APRIES) is seeking a research and evaluation partner(s) in Senegal in order to establish baseline measures on trafficking in persons and evaluate implementing partners’ efforts to reduce child trafficking in Senegal. Applicants may apply for either the prevalence research component, process evaluation component, or both prevalence research and process evaluation components, and should clearly specify the component(s) for which they are applying. The prevalence research component includes a baseline and end line survey data. The baseline survey data will be preceded by in-depth interviews that identify service and policy gaps.

A mid-term process monitoring evaluation will determine progress toward achieving project goals. A final project evaluation will determine project outcomes and immediate impact. There will be no process evaluation concurrent at the baseline for the prevalence research baseline.

The goals of our project in Senegal are to:

  • Collect, analyze, and establish data on the prevalence of sex trafficking in identified hot spots within the Kédougou gold mining region of southern Senegal.
  • Enhance the quality and scope of our implementing partners’ (IPs) anti-slavery operations resulting in 5-10% reduction in baseline reporting in target communities and 25% increase in number of victims served by sub-awardee implementing partners (IPs) from baseline by April 2024.

Eligibility: Organizations with no prior experience in Senegal and government agencies are not eligible to apply. Applicants will need to demonstrate their capability to carry out successful research in Senegal. French and English fluency are required. Organizations that have prior experience in human trafficking research in Senegal are especially encouraged to apply.

For more information please visit the request for proposals posting here: https://apries.uga.edu/cfre-senegal/

How to apply

Please send your notice of intent to apply and any questions to: [email protected]
For more information on the application and submission process, please visit the request for proposals posting here: https://apries.uga.edu/cfre-senegal/
Thank you.

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0 USD Senegal CF 3201 Abc road Fixed Term , 40 hours per week Non-Governmental Organisation (NGO)

Synopsis of Program: The African Programming and Research Initiative to End Slavery (APRIES) is seeking a research and evaluation partner(s) in Senegal in order to establish baseline measures on trafficking in persons and evaluate implementing partners’ efforts to reduce child trafficking in Senegal. Applicants may apply for either the prevalence research component, process evaluation component, or both prevalence research and process evaluation components, and should clearly specify the component(s) for which they are applying. The prevalence research component includes a baseline and end line survey data. The baseline survey data will be preceded by in-depth interviews that identify service and policy gaps.

A mid-term process monitoring evaluation will determine progress toward achieving project goals. A final project evaluation will determine project outcomes and immediate impact. There will be no process evaluation concurrent at the baseline for the prevalence research baseline.

The goals of our project in Senegal are to:

  • Collect, analyze, and establish data on the prevalence of sex trafficking in identified hot spots within the Kédougou gold mining region of southern Senegal.
  • Enhance the quality and scope of our implementing partners’ (IPs) anti-slavery operations resulting in 5-10% reduction in baseline reporting in target communities and 25% increase in number of victims served by sub-awardee implementing partners (IPs) from baseline by April 2024.

Eligibility: Organizations with no prior experience in Senegal and government agencies are not eligible to apply. Applicants will need to demonstrate their capability to carry out successful research in Senegal. French and English fluency are required. Organizations that have prior experience in human trafficking research in Senegal are especially encouraged to apply.

For more information please visit the request for proposals posting here: https://apries.uga.edu/cfre-senegal/

How to apply

Please send your notice of intent to apply and any questions to: [email protected] For more information on the application and submission process, please visit the request for proposals posting here: https://apries.uga.edu/cfre-senegal/ Thank you.

2020-07-16

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