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TackleAfrica www.tackleafrica.org is looking for a consultant to produce an end of
project external evaluation for a two-year sexual health through football coaching project. The
expected time input is 12 days, five of which will be in Kampala and Hoima, Uganda in
September 2019 conducting primary research, with all travel expenses while on location paid
for by TackleAfrica.

The project aimed to increase the uptake of HIV Testing and Counselling services directly amongst 1,600 adolescent men and women and indirectly amongst 4,800 of their peers, relatives and fellow community members. The project aimed to also increase HIV prevention knowledge, and challenge the young people on the project to make safer sexual decisions.

The evaluation has four objectives:

· To independently verify the project’s record of achievement as reported through its Annual and Midterm Reports

· To assess the project’s level of achievement against the four outcomes

· To evaluate value for money

· To produce a report that can be published in journals and other reputable platforms

The evaluator will use the following data sources:

  • Background materials including the Project proposal, start-up form, annual reports, midterm reports and any other supplementary materials.
  • The project’s monitoring and evaluation (M&E) data, including the baseline and endline quantitative surveys, the qualitative focus group discussion data and the end of project questionnaires that will be provided
  • Interviews with the project team, staff from TackleAfrica’s partner organisations, the coaches, head teachers, parents and players

Full TORs provided to the successful candidate.

How to apply:

Please submit your CV, two referees for recent projects, and a quotation to Kathryn Savage
([email protected]) and Laura Brooks ([email protected]) by 19th August 2019.

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TackleAfrica was founded in May 2002 by a group of young people from the UK who had all lived or worked in Africa at some point in their lives. They recognised the potential of football as a means of bringing people together, and providing a platform from which to convey hugely important messages about HIV and AIDS.In early 2007, TackleAfrica piloted a unique way of combining HIV education directly into football coaching drills, publishing the first edition of the HIV education through football coaching manual later the same year. TackleAfrica now supports partners across Africa to work with young people on a range of issues related to HIV, sexual and reproductive health rights and empowerment.In August 2016, Coaching for Hope became part of TackleAfrica, allowing two of the UK’s leading international sport for development organisations to pool talent, share learning and provide an even better service to young people in Africa.TackleAfrica is governed by a Trustee Board, and a small staff team in the UK and each of the countries we work in, who support networks of local coaches to deliver sessions to young people in their communities.

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0 USD Kampala, Hoima CF 3201 Abc road Full Time , 40 hours per week TackleAfrica

TackleAfrica www.tackleafrica.org is looking for a consultant to produce an end of project external evaluation for a two-year sexual health through football coaching project. The expected time input is 12 days, five of which will be in Kampala and Hoima, Uganda in September 2019 conducting primary research, with all travel expenses while on location paid for by TackleAfrica.

The project aimed to increase the uptake of HIV Testing and Counselling services directly amongst 1,600 adolescent men and women and indirectly amongst 4,800 of their peers, relatives and fellow community members. The project aimed to also increase HIV prevention knowledge, and challenge the young people on the project to make safer sexual decisions.

The evaluation has four objectives:

· To independently verify the project’s record of achievement as reported through its Annual and Midterm Reports

· To assess the project’s level of achievement against the four outcomes

· To evaluate value for money

· To produce a report that can be published in journals and other reputable platforms

The evaluator will use the following data sources:

  • Background materials including the Project proposal, start-up form, annual reports, midterm reports and any other supplementary materials.
  • The project’s monitoring and evaluation (M&E) data, including the baseline and endline quantitative surveys, the qualitative focus group discussion data and the end of project questionnaires that will be provided
  • Interviews with the project team, staff from TackleAfrica’s partner organisations, the coaches, head teachers, parents and players

Full TORs provided to the successful candidate.

How to apply:

Please submit your CV, two referees for recent projects, and a quotation to Kathryn Savage ([email protected]) and Laura Brooks ([email protected]) by 19th August 2019.

2019-08-20

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