ToR: Training on “Moving Beyond Disaggregated Data Collection”

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Terms of Reference Training on “Moving beyond disaggregated data collection”

Background

The Government of Rwanda is making impressive progress towards its target of becoming a middle-income country. In order to ensure that men, women and people with disabilities enjoy equal opportunities to benefit from progress, promoting gender equality and inclusion of people with disabilities is crucial. Furthermore, Rwanda’s demographic situation demands careful consideration of population dynamics and the HIV epidemic in order to ensure that progress is both inclusive and sustainable.

Figure 1: Data Disaggregation Arrow

Rwanda’s national strategies and policies, as well as GIZ and BMZ, require that these cross-cutting issues are systematically addressed in development efforts. In GIZ Rwanda, effective mainstreaming efforts are coordinated by the “One Mainstreaming Team” which provides technical support to programmes and head office in relation to all mainstreaming topics. A One Mainstreaming analysis conducted for the GIZ’s decentralization and good governance programme (DGG) in March 2016 concluded that the topics of gender equality, inclusion of people with disabilities and population dynamics are the most relevant to the scope of intervention. The analysis also identified and reviewed the capacities and achievements of programme partners in mainstreaming the above mentioned topic.

One of the key capacities in this regard is the process of collecting, analyzing and utilizing data disaggregated by sex, disability and age to monitor whether different groups enjoy equal opportunities to participate in and benefit from interventions. This includes going beyond the data, but looking at issues of the quality of participation and benefits, as illustrated in Figure 1: Data Disaggregation Arrow.

The One Mainstreaming analysis concluded that the partners of DGG are advanced in collecting disaggregated data,especially by sex, but have varied expertise and experiences when it comes to analysis and issues of quality participation and benefits. The analysismade recommendations to improve and further strengthen capacities in this regard, especially, for moving beyond data collection.

It is against this background that GIZ Rwanda/DGG is looking for a consultant to design and delivera training on strategic and systematic disaggregated data collection, analysis and moving beyond data. 

Objectives of the consultancy

The objective of the consultancy is to design and deliver a training of maximum 2 working days for selected partners of the GIZ Rwanda/ DGG programme that will:

  1. Equip partners of DGG with practical skills and tools for collecting, analyzing and utilizing disaggregated data, by sex/gender, disability and age
  2. Demonstrate how disaggregated data can be strategically used for improving the inclusiveness and quality of interventions

Expected results

  • Partners understand the rationale for and importance of systematically collecting, analyzing and utilizing disaggregated data, by sex/gender, disability and age
  • Partners are familiar with different tools used in data collection and analysis and understand how to apply them in their own projects and context
  • Partners have reviewed existing data collection and -analysis tools for one of their projects and have made revisions to strengthen disaggregation by sex/gender, disability and age as relevant
  • Partners understand what is meant by ‘moving beyond the data’ and how to apply this in their own projects and context
  • Partners have practiced with reviewing existing data for one of their projects and identified (potential) issues with regard to equal participation and benefits

Training participants

The training is expected to have around 18 participants from IPC (10); TI-Rwanda (3), CCOAIB (2) and DGG (3)

Training methodology

The training should be fully participatory, with the majority of the time spent on practical exercises. Exercises should use and build on partners’ current tools and experiences with regard to disaggregated data collection, analysis and utilization.

The training will be delivered in French (materials can be in English).

Deliverables

The consultant is expected to deliver the following:

  • A tentative, annotated training agenda that provides an overview of proposed methodologies and exercises
  • A final annotated training agenda as well as the training agenda for participants
  • Training materials used during the training (e.g. powerpoint presentations, tools, exercises)
  • A short (max 3-page) report on the training that captures follow-up actions and recommendations for future capacity development

Duration and period of the consultancy

The consultancy is expected to take a maximum of 5 days, as follows:

  • Preparation of the training (agenda, methodology and exercises) – max. 2 days
  • Delivery of the training – max. 2 days
  • Delivery of training materials and report – max. 1 day

The consultancy shall start in October 2017, with the training being delivered at end of October.

Qualifications and Competence required

The Individual consultant must have the following qualifications:

  • Master’s degree in social sciences, political science, development studies, or related fields;
  • Have a minimum of 5 years of experience in international development fields;
  • Strong research skills and experience in both quantitative and qualitative data analysis;
  • Have a strong understanding of the concepts of Gender, disability and population dynamics and their mainstreaming in projects interventions.
  • Excellent mastering of participatory training approaches
  • Proof of having delivered trainings more or less similar to this;
  • Excellent command of French;

Application procedures

Applicantsshould submit the following documents:

  • Company’s profile
  • Company’s domestic registration certificate
  • Technical offer, including an outline of the intended methodology and a timeframe
  • Financial offer
  • Trading license certificate
  • VAT registration certificate, if applicable
  • Detailed CV

Please submit your application, by submitting the

  • Technical offer and
  • Financial offer in separate envelopes to the following address:

GIZ Office Rwanda

KN 41 St. / Nr.17, Kiyovu

P.O. Box 59, Kigali,

Rwanda

T   +250-(0)252-573 537

The deadline for application is October 25th, 2017 at 03:00 PM.

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Job summary

This job has been viewed 914 times
Location:
Kigali
Rwanda
Sector:
Consultancy, Other, Social sciences
Education level:
Master
Desired experience:
Senior (5+ years of experience)
Contrat type:
Contract
Apply before:
25-10-2017
Number of positions:
1

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