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Qualitative Researcher, MCC Jordan Impact Evaluation, Water Smart Homes
Qualitative Researcher, MCC Jordan Impact Evaluation, Water Smart Homes (2)
Social Impact is a global development management consulting firm. We provide monitoring, evaluation, strategic planning, and capacity building services to advance development effectiveness. We work across all development sectors including democracy and governance, health and education, the environment, and economic growth. Since 1997 we have worked in over 100 countries for clients such as US government agencies, bilateral donors, multilateral development banks, foundations, and nonprofits.
The goal of the MCC Jordan Compact is to stimulate economic growth, reduce poverty, and increase income in Zarqa Governorate through investments in the water sector. These investments are aimed at increasing the supply of water available to households and businesses through improvements in the efficiency of water delivery, the extension of wastewater collection, and the expansion of wastewater treatment. Social Impact has been contracted to conduct an impact evaluation (IE) of these water sector investments.
One important aspect of the Compact is the Water Smart Homes (WSH) program. The WSH program is made up of three components: an outreach campaign, direct water infrastructure assistance, and the women plumbers training program. The Qualitative Researcher will be involved in the evaluation of the following two components:
The WSH Infrastructure Works (WSH-ISW) program aimed to address accessibility barriers to financing replacement work via household infrastructure grants.
The Women Plumber Program (WPP) contributes to the overall Compact objective of poverty reduction and economic growth through development of skills among women to enable access to income generation opportunities. The program which trained women to work as plumbers aimed to provide women in Zarqa with employment opportunities and increase household income.
SI is seeking two individuals to fulfill the roles of Qualitative Researcher for the WSH evaluation. The scope of work for this assignment will involve facilitating focus group discussions (FGDs) among NAF beneficiaries for Component 2, and conducting key informant interviews (KIIs) among program beneficiaries for Component 3. Both FGDs and KIIs will involve attending facilitator/interviewer training, scheduling, and conducting FGDs and KIIs.
The estimated period of performance for this assignment is from late January 2019 through March 2019. We anticipate this position will require 8.5 days of work for Component 2, and 13.5 days of work for Component 3 (for each Qualitative Researcher), totaling 22 days of work. Three weeks (15 days) of this work will include fieldwork in Zarqa, Jordan in February 2019.
This is a part-time consultancy reporting directly to the Amman-based Field Coordinator, and to the U.S.-based Technical Director. The Qualitative Researchers will work closely with the SI management team, and with each other. Though the consultancy is majority part-time, the Qualitative Researcher must be available full-time during the fieldwork in February.
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