The QED Group, under the SIMPLE monitoring and evaluation/assessment project with USAID/Egypt, is seeking to engage the services of an experienced international consultant to serve as a leader of a team to plan and conduct the USAID/Egypt Counter-Trafficking in Persons (CTIP) Assessment. The individual should have experience focusing on child trafficking, gender issues, early marriage, judicial processes related to prosecuting TIP, victim and protection services, legal frameworks to combat TIP, mechanisms (policy and/or legal) to enhance national anti-trafficking efforts. The assessment is expected to start in the March 2018 with an estimated level of effort of 60 work days, including approximately 45 work days in-country on a 6-day work week and approximately 15 days after departure from Egypt to for completion of the final report.
The U.S. Government (USG) is committed to advancing the U.S.-Egypt partnership through programming that assists the Government of Egypt (GOE) efforts to combat trafficking in persons. The purpose of the planned assessment is:
The assessment will contribute to more informed programming by the Office of Democracy and Governance toward the goals described in its Civil Society and Human Rights Project Appraisal Document specifically the result– Inclusive Participation of Citizens Improved under Development Objective - Government Responsiveness to Rights of the People Strengthened.
The assessment will answer three fundamental questions: (1) What are the primary drivers behind trafficking in Egypt, especially in the form of sexual exploitation, and ways to improve interventions by primary stakeholders, (2) which sub-program areas are most likely to succeed, and what are the critical success factors for each proposed area; (3) what are the key considerations that need to be addressed in deciding how best to allocate program resources?
The assessment must provide an overview of the relevant legal authorities and executive regulations guiding the work of the NCCPIM&TIP, the NPC, the National Council for Women, and the National Council for Childhood and Motherhood and recent legislative changes; and assess how USAID can best support the overall GOE goals to address these human rights issues USAID will use findings to develop its new interventions to combat TIP in Egypt in support of existing GOE efforts.
The Services to Improve Performance Management, Enhance Learning and Evaluation (SIMPLE) Project of the QED Group, LLC is seeking to engage the service of an international consultant to serve as team leader on a team responsible for the design, implementation and reporting for the USAID/Egypt’s Counter-Trafficking in Persons (CTIP) Assessment. The senior international consultant will lead the finalization of the design, data collection and analysis of quantitative and qualitative data, ensure that sound methodological and quality assurance practices are applied, incorporate generally accepted best practices, and use the assessment findings to construct a comprehensive report as per USAID guidance.
The assessment is expected to start around in March 2018 with an estimated level of effort of 60 work days, including approximately 45 work days in-country on a 6-day work week and approximately 15 days after departure from Egypt to for completion of the final report.
Qualified candidates submit a summary of qualifications statement, resume and completed USAID 1420 Biographical Data Form through the QED website: https://careers-qedgroupllc.icims.com/jobs using Internet Explorer. Interested candidates may also write email@example.com for more information.