Global Communities with the Kaizen Company (Kaizen), Partners for Good (PfG), and The Jordanian Hashemite Fund for Human Development (JOHUD), hereinafter referred to as the USAID YouthPower team, was awarded the 5-year Task Order on March 26, 2017 by USAID/Jordan. USAID YouthPower is expected to contribute to USAID/Jordan’s Development Objective #3: Social sector quality improved. In particular, it will contribute to Sub-IR 3.2.3: Improved opportunity, well-being, and civic engagement for youth.
Jordan MELA is recruiting a Technical Expert to support the Learning Study for SAID/Jordan’s YouthPower Activity.
The objective of this Learning study is to support USAID/Jordan in building on the lessons learned from the YouthPower activity to better understand what YouthPower activities worked and what did not work. In addition, the learning study findings will help USAID/Jordan develop conclusions and recommendations to inform future activity design in youth and related sectors, in line with USAID’s CDCS Results Framework and DOs. The findings will also contribute to identifying effective youth interventions which can be supported by local communities and local NGOs.
Learning Study Technical Expert:
Roles and Responsibilities:
The consultant will assist in the implementation and finalization of the YouthPower Learning Study under the direction of YouthPower. The consultant will co-lead this assessment under the supervision of the YouthPower MEL Director. They will take part in the desk review phase, assist with developing and testing data collection instruments and reviewing sampling plans, work on drafting an Inception Report, support field data collectors during data collection, and will lead the evaluation of data analysis (both quantitative and qualitative). They will also work with the YouthPower and MELA to prepare the draft assessment report, revise the Final Report and support the YouthPower and MELA in preparing a Presentation of Findings for USAID. The consultant will report to the YouthPower MEL director and will coordinate with the MELA point of contact. They will work closely with YouthPower staff and will coordinate with the MELA Point of Contact
Must have availability beginning in June through September 2021.
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