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Researcher, USAID/Cambodia Country Development Cooperation Strategy (CDCS)
USAID/Cambodia Country Development Cooperation Strategy (CDCS)
SI is responding to a Service Request under the Asia Learning and Monitoring and Evaluation (ALME) contract to procure support for the development of USAID/Cambodia’s second generation Country Development Cooperation Strategy (CDCS 2.0) (2020-2025), particularly in completing requirements under Phase 1 and Phase 2 of CDCS development as per the proposed updates to USAID Automated Directive System (ADS) 201.
USAID/Cambodia staff, with the leadership of a Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning (MEL) Fellow, have conducted extensive consultations, an initial literature review, and key analyses in preparation for launching CDCS 2.0. Consultations have included a broad range of stakeholders reached through key informant interviews, focus group discussions, field visits, surveys, open forum events, and social media polling. USAID/Cambodia is using NVivo and other tools to qualitatively analyze consultation notes and findings. There will also be consultations continuing throughout January and the beginning of February 2020.
The initial literature review included a synthesis of key findings and excerpts from outside research and studies, as well as USAID-funded assessments and evaluations. Finally, USAID/Cambodia completed the required 118/119 Tropical Forest and Biodiversity Assessment and is in the process of completing a Youth Assessment to inform the CDCS. A Gender and Inclusive Development Analysis will be conducted following the drafting of the new CDCS Results Framework.
The contractor staff level of effort will be critical to complement the work done thus far and to help USAID/Cambodia complete all of the requirements for Phase 1 and Phase 2 of CDCS development.
Expected Deliverables for this activity related to researcher work are as follows:
The period of performance is expected to be from January 2020 to February 2020. Two researchers will be conducing literature review updates, consultation data analysis and synthesis, and data package consolidation from January through early February. No travel is required for this assignment.
SI is seeking a researcher who is a mid-level expert to serve as the team member for this activity.
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