Deadline: 20-Mar-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The impact evaluation aims to answer the evaluation question: Does integrating HIV and SRH services reduce costs of service provision without compromising quality of patient care? The evaluation focuses on integration of HIV and SRH services at the primary health care level, district/mission, provincial and central hospital level within three different packages of service provision: integrating HIV services into 1) family planning and 2) antenatal care clinics, and 3) integrating SRH services into ART clinics.
Deadline: 12-Jan-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The selected firm will be expected to conduct surveys for 1,100-1,250 households on the list provided by DIME, which are located in 100 communities across 12 counties in Liberia. The survey will be collected electronically on tablets using a questionnaire designed by DIME. Survey respondents have been pre-selected; respondents last known location (as of December 2016) will be supplied to the selected firm.
Deadline: 04-Jan-2017 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The World Bank is seeking a firm to prepare and undertake baseline data collection for a long-term impact evaluation survey in Niger. The survey is a large-scale and complex survey. The sample will include approximately 3,500 households. The instruments will include a household survey that will be provided by the World Bank team and will include anthropometrics measurement of children under 5 years of age and water quality testing.
Baseline data is expected to be collected in approximately 150 villages in Dosso, Maradi, Zinder, Tillaberi and Tahoua. The data collection is expected to take place in late February/ early March 2017.
Deadline: 05-Aug-2016 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The World Bank Group is seeking a firm to carry out data entry for a household/youth census in select communities in Honduras. Data collection is expected to take 5 weeks, with 256 census being collected per day. The census will be administered in communities in three municipalities with an estimated total of 5,000 households. The population eligible to complete the full census will be youths aged 15-25, and there are an estimated 4,790 eligible youths in the target communities. The length of the census instrument will depend on the number of eligible youths in each household. There will be multiple versions of the census. The firm will be expected to deliver a daily random sample of data collected and to deliver the full dataset within three weeks of data collection. Tasks under this assignment can be performed from the firm’s preferred location(s)
Deadline: 13-May-2016 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
Assessment of the Impact of IFC Investments in the Development of Oil and Gas Sector of Ghana.This project aims to assess the jobs and GDP impact of IFC projects in oil and gas sector in Ghana. The project is funded by Lets Works funding window that aims to generate new methods and approaches to measure, understand, and strengthen the creation of more, better, and more inclusive jobs.
Deadline: 04-Mar-2016 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The Texting for Nutrition is an innovative intervention that uses mobile technology to disseminate tailored messages to promote good nutrition practices among parents in rural and urban mostly poor households in Chimborazo, Ecuador. Caregivers of children between the ages of 0-3 registered for the program in the last quarter of 2014. Throughout 2015, registered caregivers received text messages sharing new information and encouraging behavior change along several key areas.
The Texting for Nutrition project is currently on-going and set to conclude in March 2016. The impact evaluation will estimate the effects of the Texting for Nutrition program on (i) knowledge of good health and nutrition practices, (ii) influencing parental behavior (iii) social customs & descriptive norms towards health/nutrition practices for their children and (iv) the nutritional status of the children.
Deadline: 09-Nov-2015 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The World Bank (DIME Unit) seeks a firm to carry out data collection in primary health facilities and with health workers across all of Nigerias states and the FCT. This data collection will support the impact evaluations of the SURE-P Maternal and Child Health Project and the Quality Improvement and Clinical Governance Initiative.
Deadline: 01-Oct-2015 at 11:59:59 PM (Eastern Time – Washington D.C.)
The Kenya Investment Climate Program (KICP II) is in the middle of its implementation span, and seeks to engage a consulting firm to undertake a Mid-Term Review (MTR). KICP II aims at stimulating private investment (domestic, FDI and PPPs), leading to job creation and economic growth in the country. The MTR will provide an assessment of the program design, implementation progress and results accomplished towards intended targets to date.
IFC is looking to hire a survey firm to manage all aspects of a baseline household data collection, entry and management for a prospective, rigorous impact evaluation of two interventions: an outgrower scheme and employment of unskilled labor at a commercial farm. The purpose of the household surveys is to estimate the baseline wellbeing of smallholder farmers in the Salima province of Malawi, where the company operates. The baseline will be used to better understand the context of these farmers, and to measure the effects of their engagements with the company over time by comparing the results against a midline (September 2017) and an endline (September 2019) data collection.Continue reading →
Evaluation of the Public-Private Infrastructure Advisory Facility’s Sub-National Technical Assistance Program (PPIAF-SNTA):
The Public-Private Infrastructure Advisory Facility (PPIAF) is a multi-donor technical assistance facility that is housed within and is the principal donor funded program of the World Banks PPP Cross-Cutting Solution Area.
PPIAFs Sub-National Technical Assistance Program (SNTA) began operations in July 2007, and has now completed eight years of operations. During PPIAFs annual program council meeting in Dakar, Senegal in May 2015, PPIAFs donors requested that an impact evaluation of the SNTA program be included in the FY16 Work Program. PPIAF is therefore commissioning this Independent Evaluation of the SNTA Programs performance and progress to date, to inform/evidence the Programs longer-term prospects and identify need for inputs in the future. Continue reading →