Baseline Study for ActionAid Education Program Framework
ActionAid Cambodia is seeking a dynamic and professional CONSULTANT to undertake a Baseline Study for ActionAid Education Program Framework. The baseline study is to assess and document the current information of the program indicators as outlined in the Education Program Framework and enable program to set milestone for program in monitoring and evaluation.
Applicants must have relevant professional research skills/ experience and demonstrable knowledge of:
• Extensive experiences in baseline research especially in the area of right to quality public education.
• Experiences in using participatory tools.
• Demonstrate strong understanding of education system in Cambodia preferably in basic education.
Terms of Reference for the consultancy is available for review and download from the Human Resource & Job Vacancies page of our website at:
Adequately qualified applicants should send a copy of their CV and cover letter outlining relevant previous experience along with the baseline study proposal (with proposed budget and timeframe) to: firstname.lastname@example.org or to ActionAid Office at: # 69, Street 242, Phnom Penh. Ssuitably qualified women, minorities, and people with disability are strongly encouraged to apply. Only selected candidates will be notified.
Closing date of application: November 9th 2014
For additional information on the consultancy please contact:
Mr. Han Bintheng, Programe Officer – Education
Tel: +855 (0) 23 994 987 or mob +855 (92) 220 078
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