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Project title: Increasing resilience to climatic stresses and shocks of 264,000 people in Mali, including those who are most at risk economically and physically.
RIC4REC will build the resiliency of 264,000 people in Mali — vulnerable to complex climate risks, including variable rainfall and drought — by helping communities identify, reinforce and scale-up their unique adaptive capacities. Through Community Management Resilience Climate Change (CMRCC), RIC4REC has been strengthening social cohesion, climate-adapted livelihoods and natural resource management in Koulikoro, Segou and Mopti regions. RIC4REC’s context specific adaptation measures empower vulnerable people to protect against asset loss and build new economic opportunities, while they emphasize the central role of women. In tandem, the project has been strengthening local and national government and infuse policy decisions with RIC4REC lessons learned.
Implementation country: Mali
Implementation regions: Koulikoro, Ségou, Mopti
Project duration: 36 months
Estimated total cost of the full project (In GBP sterling): £4,915,171
Project Objectives
Project outcome indicators, output indicators, and activities have been structured under the four (04) strategies to achieve project objectives which are:
Strategy 1. Making climate change adaptation a priority with strong community basis for implementation: RIC4REC uses a Community Managed Resiliency to Climate Change approach (a variant of community based adaptation) as a platform for building community capacity to identify, plan and act on reducing climate change vulnerabilities.
Strategy 2: Empower communities to use climate information to make management decisions about their livelihoods that reduce risk (Climate-Adapted Livelihoods): Through the use of early warning/climate and production advisory services, beneficiaries make better management decisions about their livelihoods that reduce risk and vulnerability. Climate and weather information is integrated with promotion of climate-smart practices and technologies.
Strategy 3. Increase assets and access to resources by introducing improved livelihood adaptation & NRM practices: Through climate adapted micro enterprise and improved managed of productive natural resources, beneficiaries are increasing assets and reducing the risk of loss and the depletion of environmental assets. These outcomes are structured under three themes.
Women’s increased access to markets and livelihood opportunities -BLUMONT will leverage results from previous Mali projects to train women’s marketing groups in sesame and fonio, and introduce improved practices for solar drying, food processing, and gardening.
Access to savings and credit through support women’s savings and credit associations.
NRM/Conservation: Beneficiaries adopt improved practices to protect environmental assets such as community-managed common natural resources, tree planting and assisted regeneration and fuel efficient cook stoves.
Strategy 4. Strengthen climate change Adaptation management (CCAM) at local and national levels: RIC4REC is supporting community advocacy for inclusion of priority issues affecting their resiliency in local government planning and budgeting. At the national level, RIC4REC is supporting AEDD’s communication of national policies, programs, projects and best practices in climate change adaptation.
The purpose of this Scope of Work (SoW) is to guide an independent party to design, conduct and produce the written deliverables for an Endline Survey for the DFID funded “Strengthening Community Initiatives for Resilience to Climate Extremes” (RIC4REC) project implemented by Blumont International (replacing “International Relief and Development/IRD”) and partners in Mali. RIC4REC is a three year 4.9 million GBP grant awarded to BLUMONT by the U.K. Department for International Development (DFID) DFID BRACED mechanism.
BLUMONT will retain the services of an independent consultant or firm “Endline Consultant” to conduct the endline survey. The Endline Consultant will design and implement a rigorous survey and data collection plan that that meets BLUMONT and donor data quality standards. The survey will provide quantitative measurements of outcome level indicators in the RIC4REC M&E Plan. The successful candidate will meet the qualifications listed below (see Terms and Conditions, page 08). Interested offerors should submit a proposal to BLUMONT no later than September 10, 2017. The proposal package should include the following:
The Curriculum Vitae (latest update) of the Team Leader candidate (05 pages maximum)
Description of Services and Summary of Experience Relating to this Assignment (02 pages maximum)
A preliminary methodological approach including a preliminary sample selection plan and description of data collection methods (02 pages maximum)
Work Plan and Schedule for the completion of all Endline Survey tasks and deliverables, with a planned number of days estimated for completion of each task and deliverable (01 page maximum)
Clear Statement of Availability within the stated Endline Survey period of performance
Proposed Changes to the SoW (if any)
Cost Proposal for the Deliverables Outlined Below in relation to the candidates proposed work plan (including all applicable taxes)
Two written evaluation or survey reports (in English) that were written solely by the candidate from previous assignments (not larger than 10 megabits each)
Three professional references and their contact information from similar past assignments
The Endline Survey will begin upon signing the agreement with selected consultant or firm. The consultant will conduct a desk review and submit comprehensive draft and final versions of the Endline Survey design and methodology including a First Draft and Final Version of the Endline Survey design including a comprehensive descriptions of the following:
methodological approach;
data quality limitations;
quantitative data analysis plan;
household survey questionnaire and key informant interview data collection instruments and protocols to be used in electronic format; and sampling frame, sample selection method, and protocols for each category of respondents;
Logistics/ work plan and finalized timeline for data collection.
Indicators concerning for the endline survey are listed below in the tables.
N.B: Given the insecurity in some of our intervention zones, the choice of villages will be made in a targeted way.
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