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International Consultant – After Action Review-Floods & landslides response in Chattogram Division, Bangladesh


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Job Description

As per Salary Scale
8+ Year
Male, Female, Both
Master Degree

Job no: 569537
Contract type: Consultant
Duty Station: Dhaka
Level: Consultancy
Location: Bangladesh
Categories: Emergency


The AAR is to be an ‘evaluative exercise’ in line with UNICEF’s Core Commitments for Children in Humanitarian Action (CCCs) Benchmark “Evaluative exercises, such as after-action reviews, lessons learned exercises and operational peer reviews, are undertaken early for rapid-onset emergencies, or incorporated into regular strategic planning for protracted responses, to inform corrective action.”

The overall responsibility for organizing and conducting the review by the consultant will be under the supervision of the WASH Officer and the Field Services Emergency Officer in close collaboration and coordination with a Technical Team (Section emergency Focal Persons, SPEAR, and Field Services). The AAR Leads will guide the consultant and provide quality assurance of the key deliverables. The review will be led by the UNICEF Bangladesh Country Office in close collaboration with the Chittagong Field Office, Cox’s Bazar Field Office, and the SPEAR Section. The consultant will recruit a national consultant to support him/her in this assignment and for especially hard-to-reach areas where an international staff may not have access.

The scope of this AAR includes all project areas (men, women, and children) across Chattogram including Cox’s Bazar with an intersection of 8 activities (across 5 sections) targeted for the flash flood and landslides response in 2023. It is intended to be multi-sectoral, capturing interventions by all sectors that responded.

Work Assignment Overview:

Tasks/Milestones: Deliverables/Output Timeline:
  • Desk review
  • Preparation of schedule of key informant interviews
  • Preparation of staff and partner surveys
Inception report

  • Schedule of KIIs
  • Questions for KIIs
  • Tools and schedule for FGDs
  • Staff and partner survey questionnaires
  • Draft table of contents for the Final Report
Five days
  • Undertake KIIs and FGDs
  • Undertake staff and partner surveys
Email update of progress

Finalized workshop agenda

Twenty days
  • Analysis and synthesis of information
  • Preparation of final report
  • Presentation of recommendations through email, and/or meetings
Final report of up to 30 pages with focus on the WASH interventions (10 pages) and rest on the other sectors in the below format

  • An Executive Summary up to 3 pages [A summary report for RO, HQ and external audiences of up to 10 pages]
  • A text report with clearly presented strategic and operational recommendations.
  • Annexes with documentation of both workshops, FGDs and key informant interviews
  • A brief power point presentation of the key recommendations.
Ten days

Minimum Qualifications/Knowledge/Expertise/Skills required:

  • Master’s degree or equivalent academic degree in Environmental and Climate changes, Public Health, Behavioral and other social sciences, Civil Engineering, Public Policy, International Development, or another field relevant to international multi-sectoral development assistance.
  • No less than 8 years of experience in programme evaluation in flash flood and flood context, with an in-depth understanding of climate resilient interventions.
  • No less than 8 years of experience in designing, planning, organising, managing and conducting monitoring and evaluation, with at least 4 years in humanitarian contexts or emergencies.
  • Demonstrated expertise in small- and large-scale qualitative and quantitative research design, methodologies, data validation, analysis methods, and data quality assurance.
  • At least 5 years of experience in monitoring and evaluation, preferably of humanitarian programmes and climate resilient multi-sectoral interventions.
  • Technical expertise and experience in applying gender equality and human rights, including child rights to programming, monitoring and evaluation.
  • Previous experience with UN agencies, large NGOs and Government
  • Very strong communication and presentation skills with government and community members
  • Demonstrated experience of collecting data in the field face-to-face modalities
  • Fluency in written and spoken English is required.
  • Demonstrable knowledge and understanding of relevant policies, guidelines, strategies, and action plans of the Government of Bangladesh is an asset.

Administrative Details:

Assignment duration:  35 working days during two month time period

Work Modality:  Physical work from the UNICEF Office in Dhaka

Payment:  Payment will be made on successful completion of each deliverable with certification from the supervisor


Download File Consultant_TOR_01 03 2023 2.docx

Advertised: Bangladesh Standard Time
Deadline: Bangladesh Standard Time

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