CARE INTERNATIONAL IN SOUTH SUDAN
TERMS OF REFERENCE (TOR) FOR BASELINE CONSULTANCY IN TORIT, IKOTOS & LOPA LAFON OF EASTERN EQUATORIA STATE, SOUTH SUDAN
CARE is a humanitarian non-governmental organization committed to working with poor women, men, boys, girls, communities, and institutions to have a significant impact on the underlying causes of poverty. CARE seeks to contribute to economic and social transformation, unleashing the power of the most vulnerable women and girls.
CARE’s operations in South Sudan dates back to the early 1980s, focusing on emergency and disaster relief to the conflict affected populations. Currently, CARE South Sudan works in four States, Unity, Jonglei, East Equatorial and Upper Nile States, addressing both humanitarian and recovery/development needs. In development/recovery programming, CARE South Sudan focuses on four broad areas namely Gender and Protection, Food security and Livelihoods, Nutrition andHealth
*Introduction to the project
The project is an integrated project which is of Health, Nutrition and Gender Based Violence (GBV). CARE South Sudan’ approach to this project is through utilizing mobile clinics and strengthening of community capacity by targeting the most vulnerable in remote, hard-to-reach areas with high concentrations of IDPs and vulnerable health care, nutrition services targeting cases of severe acute malnutrition (SAM) and Gender Based Violence (GBV). The mobile teams provide Integrated Community Case Management (ICCM) services for communicable diseases, basic Sexual and Reproductive Health (SRH), an expanded program on immunization (EPI), integrated Community-Based Management of Acute Malnutrition (CMAM), and GBV response and referral. Moreover, the mobile teams also work with community volunteer counterparts for integrated health and nutrition, and for GBV and conduct outreach activities. As part of this component, CARE works with a network of Community Nutrition and GBV Volunteers (CNGV), and form Women and Girls’ Friendly Spaces (WGFS). CARE engages women, girls, boys, men, community leaders, and people with disabilities to ensure that activities do not undermine the communities’ ability to rebuild and develop resilience strategies. The intervention is designed as a short-term emergency response to the disruption in public health services, and the deterioration of the nutrition status of the conflict-affected population in former Eastern Equatoria state after the July 2016 crisis. The mobile outreach services to remote areas are designed to complement and supplement health and nutrition services currently provided through static health facilities and Outpatient Therapeutic Program (OTP) sites by Government and other NGO/UN actors. *
For the detailed TOR and the evaluation reporting template folow the links below:
If you qualify please send your CV, and Technical proposal detailing survey methodology, work plan and budget. The Technical proposal with budget and CV should be send toAlex.Anyik@care.org. copyingRobert.Amule@care.organdBetty.Gune@care.org
Deadline for expression of interest is on 12thOctober 2018 before 3PM.