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Terms of Reference - Baseline Survey Safe to Play-reducing Violence within Schools in Northern Uganda Tender Job at Right To Play - in Uganda

 Tender title: 

Terms of Reference - Baseline Survey Safe to Play-reducing Violence within Schools in Northern Uganda

Tender at:
Right to Play


Tender Deadline:
July 27th 2020 by 5:00 p.m. East African Standard time


TENDER DETAILS:
Terms of Reference - Baseline Survey Safe to Play-reducing violence within schools in northern Uganda

1. Introduction

Right To Play is an international organization committed to improving the lives of children and youth affected by conflict disease and poverty Established in 2009 Right To Play has pioneered a unique play-based approach to learning and development which focuses on quality education life skills health gender equality child protection and building peaceful communities With programming in 16 countries Right To Play transforms the lives of more than 2 3 million children each year both inside and outside of the classroom In addition to our work with children Right To Play advocates with parents local communities and governments to advance the fundamental rights of all children Right To Play is headquartered in Toronto Canada and in London UK and has operations in North America Europe the Middle East Africa and Asia Our programs are facilitated by more than 600 international staff and 31 900 local teachers and coaches For more information follow @RightToPlayIntl and visit www.righttoplay.com

2. Project description

The "Safe to Play - reducing violence within schools in northern Uganda" project will be implemented in four (4) refugee Settlements of Maaji II, Mungula, Pagirinya and Agojo in Adjumani district. The project seeks to help improve safety in schools for 8,100 girls and boys aged 11 to 18 in Adjumani district, northern Uganda. The project will adopt four strategies to achieve its intended objectives.

Strategic interventions will include, strengthening school systems, enhancing the capacity of teachers to strengthen prevention and response to violence against children in schools, empower students to strengthen prevention and response to violence against children in schools and engage with communities to shift social norms and behaviour change towards child protection and rights.

Intended beneficiaries: 8100 Children and youths 600 Junior Leaders 141 Teachers 33 Headteachers 33 Deputy Head Teachers 297 PTA Members 18 SMC Members 12 Parents 15 District Officials and 5 Center Coordination Tutors (CCT)

1.1 Expected results of the project

The project has one outcome and several output areas including

Outcome 1: Improved safety in schools for girls and boys aged 11-18 in Adjumani District Uganda

3. Purpose and Objectives of the baseline

3.1 Purpose and scope of the baseline

The purpose of the baseline survey is to gather baseline data project indicators outlined in the performance measurement framework of the project The baseline data will inform the development of realistic and achievable targets that are grounded within the local context The survey will also inform organizational strategic learning (challenges lessons and good practices) The survey will explore four types of outcome data aligned with the theory of change Data will be collected on peace building outcomes child protection and child rights outcomes violence against children (VAC) outcomes and life skills enhancement The survey will also map the existing school-based child protection and referral mechanisms Baseline data will be collected in the thirty three (33) targeted primary schools in the four (4) refugee Settlements of Maaji I Mungula Pagirinya and Agojo in Adjumani district

3.2 Objectives of the baseline

The main objective of the baseline survey is to assess and provide detailed baseline values against which stated project performance metrics and targets will be measured to ascertain observed impact

 Submission procedure 

Qualified consultants firms are requested to submit proposals with the following details

  • A cover letter (Expression of Interest) detailing suitability to undertake the assignment
  • A detailed Proposal including summary of proposed approach and methodology that should show how you will adapt to COVID-19 context
  • A detailed budget as part of the proposal
  • A sample of previous research work similar to this assignment

Prospective individual consultants should submit written proposals and other details listed above to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 5:00 p.m. East African Standard time on or before July 27, 2020

For more detailed information please follow the link below https://righttoplaydiag107.blob.core.windows.net/rtp-media/documents/Safe_to_play_Project-Terms_of_ Reference_-_MA_080720.pdf

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