Consultant Required: Barrier Analysis – Real Inclusion in Disability Engagement (RIDE) Project in Papua New Guinea
Mid-level, Short-term contract assignment
World Vision Australia (WVA) is seeking a consultant/ firm to undertake a Barrier Analysis on disability inclusion in Papua New Guinea
The purpose of this analysis is to identify and better understand the attitudinal, environmental, social, and institutional barriers that prevent people with disabilities from participating in PNG society. The analysis will involve analysing both primary and secondary data and incorporate barriers in systems (institutional and policy), programs, services, community, and individual needs. The Barrier Analysis will result in a series of research updates throughout project life cycle and a final report which will detail the key findings and recommendations.
The consultant(s) will be supported by WVPNG and WVA staff including the WVA Evidence & Learning team and Disability Inclusion technical advisor who have relevant academic and practical experience.
Based on the results and recommendations, the consultant will develop a tool for the Organisations for Persons with Disability (OPDs)to improve the effectiveness of their information collection in the future
This assignment will be desk-based research (and can be done from outside PNG), gathering information from publicly available sources, discussions with WVPNG field office staff, and other key stakeholders. The Consultant can develop appropriate methodology approaches however the assignment will expect that several semi-structured interviews and focus group discussions take place. The Consultant will work closely with the WVPNG Program Quality and RIDE project team, and other relevant stakeholders such as enumerators. The Consultant will be expected to provide training to enumerators, including on how to conduct discussions with people with disabilities in an inclusive manner. WVPNG staff and enumerators will undertake travel to the provinces. There will be no travel requirements for the Consultant.
The Consultant will be expected to develop a detailed research methodology within the first month/s of successfully being awarded contract.
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Candidates are invited to submit technical and financial proposals by Tuesday 18th July 2022. Please refer to the Terms of Reference (ToR) attached for details on the Project objectives, scope and expected methodology, available budget and instructions to the bidders and selection criteria, deliverables, and timeframe of the evaluation.
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