Background & Description

International Medical Corps, Pakistan Program requires short term services of a firm/individual to conduct end line survey on prevalence of HTPs in GBV context in Afghan refugee camps/villages in Haripur, Mansehra and Lower Dir districts of KP province. The overall objective of the survey is to compare end line survey results with baseline (conducted in first year of project implementation) of prevalence of practices in target areas The end line survey will be established by conducting household survey through questionnaire (used in baseline) provided by International Medical Corps.

Key responsibilities/deliverables include:

-       Identify/take on-board team of data collectors (male/female)

-       Provide orientation to his/her team on data collection/questionnaire in presence of                International Medical Corps observer/s.

-       Collect data on questionnaire from field (total 9 refugee camps/villages of 3 districts)

-       Compile and analyse the collected data on excel/statistical Package of Social Sciences (SPSS)

-       Prepare draft and then final end line survey and comparative analysis report on prescribed format

Requirements and Skills

Please provide at least three (3) references for whom firm/ individual conducted basline, midline or  endline surveys/ evaluations.  

How to Apply

For immediate consideration, please apply through email ID

Last date for submission of applications is April 21, 2019.

About Organization

International Medical Corps is registered with Ministry of Interior, Government of Pakistan. International Medical Corps is also registered with the Ministry of State and Frontier Regions (SAFRON) and works closely with the Commissionerate of Afghan Refugees (CAR) in Khyber Pakhtunkhwa.  International Medical Corps takes pride in its strong relationship with local communities, government agencies, and national and international NGOs. Whenever possible, International Medical Corps works with local partner NGOs to implement projects and build the capacity of local people.