End line survey on multi sector aspect (shelter, water and sanitation, and livelihood) CAID DEC Phase 2 – CWS Indonesia Palu 2020
On 28 September, a series of strong earthquakes struck central Sulawesi province, the strongest a 7.4 M earthquake only 10 km deep and with its epicenter close to the provincial capital, Palu. The earthquake triggered a tsunami whose waves reached up to three meters in some areas, striking Talise beach in Palu and Donggala. The earthquakes, tsunami and resulting liquefaction and landslides have caused significant damage and loss of life in affected areas. As of 21 October, 2,256 people have been killed, 4,612 injured and 223,751 displaced from their homes as a result of the disasters that hit the regions of Palu, Donggala, Sigi, and Parigi Moutong.
A second round of the Displacement Tracking Matrix process was completed in the second week of December. Results show a 48 percent decrease in the number of displaced people, from 211,906 in October to 110,373. The number of displacement sites has also decreased by 54 percent, from942 to 437 in Palu, Sigi and Donggala districts. The government-led response, which is significantly complemented and augmented by non-governmental -including CWS and private support, continues to address humanitarian needs while progressively transitioning into the recovery and reconstruction phase.
Christian Aid and partners have started the initial humanitarian response in a scaled manner using core resources and DEC funds supporting response actions in Central Sulawesi. The Sulawesi response have been instrumental in meeting some of the key emergency needs of the affected communities reaching more than 10,000 people supporting some of the key needs on emergency Shelter, WASH, Health and Protection in the first 3 months with a conscious attempt to strengthen the accountability and PSEA mechanism. The needs in the affected areas are transitioning towards early recovery phase from a response phase and requires a systematic attempt to understand the needs in a detailed manner.
After 5 months Phase II program implementation , CWS supported by Christian Aid plan to conduct the end line survey to evaluate the current condition on shelter, water and sanitation, and livelihood of the communities, and also knowledge, attitude and practice related on hygiene promotion aspects to provide recommendation on the most appropriate strategies for the next phase.
Objective of the End line Survey
The general objective of the end line survey is to provide a comprehensive picture of the project areas by looking at their institutions and communities condition in terms of shelter, WASH, livelihood recovery, and beneficiary participation, information dissemination and accountable assistance status post-earthquake and liquefaction, including knowledge, attitudes and practices (KAP) on Hygiene Promotion, and other information in their communities to effectively measure the project impact over the course of the project lifespan.
- To evaluate to what extent affected households have recovered from earthquake and liquefaction in terms of shelter, WASH, livelihood recovery, and beneficiary participation, information dissemination and accountable assistance aspect including current knowledge, attitudes and practices (KAP) on Hygiene Promotion
- To understand problems and issues which remain unresolved for shelter, WASH, livelihood recovery, and beneficiary participation, information dissemination and accountable assistance, and the implications for future programming especially on development phase
- To measure Program Phase II degree of implementation, effectiveness, efficiency and quality delivered on outputs and outcomes, against what was originally foreseen in the project document, M&E frameworks, including to evaluate the program accountability
- To identify and document substantive lessons learnt and good practices on the thematic areas as defined in outputs and other crosscutting issues such as gender, child protection, disability inclusion and sustainability.
Target Location End line Survey
The survey will focus on assessing the above-mentioned objectives in the communities in Ombo, Dampal, Lende tavea, Sikara, Yumbou, and Labean village at Donggala district. Approximate project targets:
- WASH: 300 Household
- Transitional Shelter: 100 Household
- Livelihood recovery: 50 Household
Methodology for End line Survey
The external consultant will be responsible to ensure the end line survey is conducted in a scientific research methodology and meet statistical analysis requirements for both qualitative and quantitative approach.
To accommodate all outcome indicators required, the end line survey methods should include detailed data on target beneficiaries , secondary data, qualitative data and quantitative data.
All data, qualitative and quantitative, collected through the assessment must be disaggregated by locations, age and sex, that is, separately for girls, boys, men and women, and households. The external consultant will develop specific questionnaire for each stakeholder.
The following methodology and research tools will be employed (but not limited) during the research study.
- Secondary Document: To conduct a thoroughly clearly referenced literature review, relevant documents, agreements and policies with regard to disaster risk reduction/ management, disaster events, early warning system, disaster management institutions, etc (both national and international official documents
- Qualitative data: will allow verifying the perceptions and experiences of communities (men, women, adolescent girls and boys) and key stakeholders. The consultant should use qualitative approaches, such as focus group discussions and key informant interviews.
- Quantitative data:for some indicators of the project, it will be necessary to conduct a survey which explores knowledge, attitude and other information regarding the communities in the project areas.
Consultant will be charged to ensure collecting data by enumerators thus to correct and be completed for data entry process.
- Scope of Work
The external consultant is expected to develop the detailed end line survey plans and instruments prior to the field work. The surveys will include:
- Proposed work plan clearly outlining the process of the surveys.
- Desk Review: review all relevant project documents.
- Management and Staff Meeting: meeting with the project manager, field staffs and CWS technical staffs will be conducted prior to and at the end of the field visit. Any additional meetings to discuss relevant survey process may be conducted if needs be.
- Field visit: core consultant team will visit and consult with project stakeholders including intergovernmental agencies, community at seven target villages, as well as project staff members in the field operation areas to understand project progress and identify lesson learnt.
- Finalize and share the survey methodology including data collection methods; proposed structured questionnaires; analysis framework; and piloting the survey methodology testing, with CWS before conducting the data collection in the field.
- Finalize data collection tools (questionnaire, checklist) and guidelines for the end line survey
- Organize the training session for the enumerators and followed by the field practice.
- Collect data from the respondents as per sampling list, using prescribed tools and techniques.
- Prepare and finalize data analysis and tabulation plan and generate output tables accordingly; and lay out the findings and the data analysis per village per district.
- Provide soft copy of cleaned data and initial finding summary.
- Submit draft report, prior to submission of the final report. CWS will provide review of the draft report and provide necessary feedback. The consultant team will then submit a final report addressing the feedback received from CWS.
- The report should consist the required information of each major aspects in the end line, which are : shelter, water and sanitation , livelihood and hygiene promotion.
- Expected Outputs
The consultant is expected to provide the following within the below timeline
|Finalizing methodology and data collection tools||Within 6 days|
|Enumerators’ training and field test||2 days|
|Conducting survey||Within 7days|
|Data entry, analysis and draft report writing||Within 7 days|
|Finalizing end survey report||Within 4 days|
Data collection tools based on indicators may include additional indicators as deemed necessary for the purpose of the surveys and be finalized together with CWS Project contact persons.
- Institutional Arrangement
The consultant team will work under the supervision of CWS Central Sulawesi – Program Manager Program Development Manager and MEAL Specialist. The consultant will be required to share drafts of the proposed work plan, deliverables, and coordinate the progress of the survey with either the CWS Central Sulawesi Program Manager, or MEAL Specialist.
- Duration of the Work and Duty Station
Duration of the assignment will be maximum 26 days, beginning on 2 March 2020 .
- Consultant Deliverables
- The consultant team will submit the inception report including the agreed action plan to CWS within three working days of signing the agreement of this assignment.
- The required number of qualified enumerators will be hired by the consultant team and trained on study subject, methodology, data collection and tools and techniques, quality control and data management
- A dataset of the surveys will be developed and both furnished and non-furnished data set will be submitted to CWS.
- Draft Report with preliminary survey results for quantitative and qualitative produced by no later than.
- The final report of the surveys will be submitted to CWS both in hard and soft copy (five copies) by the consultant.
- Suggested Time frame:
– Inception meeting
– Instrument Development
– Recruit enumerators Training for enumerators
|8 days||CWS Technical team and external consultant|
– Collecting data (including testing tools, FGD, KII)
– Entry Data
– Data Analysis and draft surveys study submitted for comments
|14days||External consultant (assisted by CWS Technical team for enumerators training)|
– Survey Reports and responding to comments
– Survey Reports Finalised
|4 days||Consultant and CWS|
|· Suggested Total Days for consultant||26 days||Consultant|
Include all cost such as transportation, accommodation, professional fee, etc.
- Skills and Qualifications of Consultant
- Demonstrate expertise on shelter, water and sanitation and livelihood aspect in disaster setting.
- Track record in developing and conducting various type of evaluation including qualitative and quantitative data collection.
- Experience in managing and coordinating evaluation/research exercises, delivering agreed outputs on time and on budget.
- Experience in data collection and analysis using participatory methodologies.
- Previous experience working with government and communities using participatory approaches.
- Ability to work with communities in relevant local languages
- Strong quantitative data entry and analytical skills and previous experience using statistical analysis software.
- Ability to respond to comments and questions in a timely, appropriate manner.
- Ability to write high quality, clear, concise reports in English and Bahasa Indonesia.
- Ethical and Child Protection Consideration
The consultant team must follow Ethical Principles for involving human subjects in a research and obtain written/ verbal consent from the human subjects. Permission from elder must be sought if the children under 18 years are involved as subjects. Signed informed consent of each child and his/ her parents need to take after explaining purpose of the study and its usage.
In addition, CWS has a Child Safeguarding and Child Protection Policy, Code of Conduct, and Anti Human Trafficking Policy to minimize the risk of harm to children who come into contact with those employed by, or who are associated with, CWS. Therefore, the appointed consultant to this assignment must comply to these policies.
- Procedure for Expression of Interest
First Phase: Interested consultant should submit an Expression of Interest to CWS Indonesia to:
firstname.lastname@example.org; the latest on 24 February 2020 by enclosing the following required documents:
- Organizational Profile (for institutional consultant) or a CV (for individual consultant).
- A proposal containing two parts:
- Technical Proposal comprising the description of proposed activities, methodology (sampling design, data collection technique), and implementation plan which includes study schedule and timeline for data analysis. The technical proposal should demonstrate understanding of study ethic, qualification of study team members and their CVs, as well as their roles in the study. The consultant should also describe her/his experience in conducting similar survey, and financial and technical capacity.
- Budget Proposal comprising details of budget plan such as consultant and team’s fees, transportation, stationeries and other survey necessities.
Second Phase: Based on received proposals, CWS will shortlist candidates and invite them to present their proposals. CWS will afterwards proceed with selecting and appointing a consultant, and produce a working contract with the selected consultant.
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