|Published||September 7, 2022|
|Location||London, United Kingdom|
|Job Type||Full Time|
IPPF Humanitarian Team is seeking a consultant to review, strengthen and simplify the team’s Monitoring, Evaluation, Accountability and Learning (MEAL) approaches and systems across its portfolio (focusing particularly on restricted projects and internal emergency respond fund).
The consultant will review existing M&E processes of the Humanitarian team’s portfolio (including the SPRINT project, the Ukraine response, Stream3 responses and other humanitarian projects) and work to tailor these processes to meet the needs of the humanitarian team, the Member Associations (MAs) as well as the broader IPPF M&E (Secretariat Impact and Evidence) requirements (in line with the new IPPF 2023-2028 strategy and the results framework) and the requirements of donors. The consultant will support the humanitarian team to review existing and/or develop new tools (and/or templates) for data collection, compilation, visualisation, analysis, reporting and feedback.
Duties and Responsibilities
The consultant will:
Consult and collaborate with the Humanitarian team and MAs to review and adjust the existing M&E systems for both emergency preparedness and emergency response, to be fit for purpose for MAs and user-friendly for the humanitarian team and the broader IPPF team
Work with the wider Impact and Evidence team to convert humanitarian data to fit the DHIS-2 system
Review the M&E MA training package in collaboration with the Humanitarian M&E Technical Advisors
Work with the Ukraine response team to develop a M&E system (including Results framework, tools for data collection, compilation and analysis) which is in line with the wider Humanitarian M&E approach
Map existing Data collection tools across regions to enable (Humanitarian) integration
Review the M&E framework and align or develop data collection tracking tool for humanitarian team and MAs
Reviewed and consolidated M&E system, including tools for
Data collection– adapted to suit the needs of Member Associations and partner organisations while meeting the requirements of the humanitarian team, the wider IPPF and donors.
Data compilation (on DHIS-2 where feasible or on a shared database)
Data visualisation (on DHIS-2 where feasible or on a shared database)
Humanitarian Indicator definition tool (reviewed in collaboration with thematic technical advisors and integrated with Institutional data guidelines)
Basic M&E training package
Any other relevant tool
Overview/Briefing explaining the clarified M&E system, (including an orientation to IPPF Humanitarian team on the tools used for the M&E system)
Development of M&E system aligned to the above to monitor the newly established Ukraine Response
Data science and/or Public Health degree or related qualification
Competencies, Skills, and Experience
10+ years’ experience working with Monitoring and Evaluation on humanitarian and development (preferably Health/SRH) programs in a variety of different settings
Ability to convey complex information in a succinct and simple way to audiences of different capacities and M&E understanding
Experience with Digital Health Information Systems and converting systems onto it
Attention to detail
Knowledge of IPPF and understanding of Sexual and Reproductive health programming an added advantage
Language Requirements and Proficiency Required
Fluent in English, both verbally and in writing
How to apply
Candidates are requested to submit a CV and a short (no more than one page) covering letter explaining their suitability for the position. This should be sent to Hema Annadorai by email.