Soul City: Institute for Health & Development Communication (Soul City) is a South African NGO internationally recognised for excellence in the field of health communication. Soul City, through a Global Fund grant, is implementing young women’s’ clubs in 5 provinces in South Africa. The clubs will bring together young women from mainly informal settlements to dialogue about issues that increase their vulnerability to HIV. Through building social cohesion, increasing their resilience and linking them to health, social and economic activities, the clubs seek to mitigate the risk of HIV amongst young women. The HIV prevention efforts of the programme will focus on structural drivers of the epidemic such as alcohol misuse, gender based violence and lack of access to sustainable livelihoods and increase linkage to services.
Soul City would like to invite proposals from evaluators/consortiums/ research organisations to conduct an impact evaluation of the programme. The evaluation will assess the following:
The evaluator will be expected to design a suitable study and collect necessary data to answer the evaluation questions.
Time frame: December 2014 – February 2016
Evaluator competencies and experience
Questions on the brief will be fielded until the 26 November 2014 at 16h00, and posted on the website on 28 November 2014. Please address questions to firstname.lastname@example.org
All tender documents, including instructions and terms of reference, are available on the Soul City website or from email@example.com. The deadline for submission of proposals is 16h00 on 9 December 2014. Late submissions will not be accepted.
Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted and/or advised of the final outcome.
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