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- Design qualitative research methodology
- Lead research, with support of Oxfam staff, in Addis Ababa and Gambella
- Conduct interviews with refugees, government officials, UNHCR, Oxfam staff, and other stakeholders in the refugee response
- Develop targeted and specific policy recommendations for relevant stakeholders
- Draft a policy paper, for external publication, of approximately 8,000 words.
The paper should address:
- The general context (Gambella, Ethiopia’s implementation of the Global Compact for Refugees/Comprehensive Refugee Response Framework )
- Challenges to a refugee-led response (including limitations on refugees’ right to work, right to associate and financial inclusion, access to information, participation in coordination mechanisms)
- Oxfam and other actors’ experiences and approaches to support refugee leadership and participation and
– Present findings in a virtual webinar
- Inception report outlining proposed research plan and timeline
- Briefing paper for external publication, including findings and recommendations
- Virtual presentation on findings
- Significant research experience in Ethiopia and on refugees
- Excellent English research and writing skills
- Existing familiarity with key stakeholders in the refugee response in Ethiopia, including government officials, INGOs, UN agencies
- Facilitate the work as per the specified activity and timeframe in the outline above
- Provide relevant documents to the consultant
- Effect payments according to the agreement
- Provide timely feedback on the report from all relevant staff members
How to Apply
- Job City Ethiopia