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Mar 082018
 

Organization: Concern Worldwide
Country: Zambia
Closing date: 19 Mar 2018

Concern Worldwide Zambia (CWZ) has been implementing the Zambia Female Youths Livelihood and Nutrition Enhancement Project (FYNEP) since July 2015 in collaboration with the World Bank using funding from the Japanese Social Development Fund.

The Project’s development objective is to improve access to livelihood opportunities and nutrition among selected female youth in targeted project areas of Limulunga and Kaoma Districts of the Western Province of Zambia. The Project is working with 7,043 direct beneficiaries and is indirectly benefiting 24,600 people within project areas. The project is implemented in close coordination with government at the Provincial and District level and through a National level Steering Committee chaired by the National Food and Nutrition Commission (NFNC)

The objective of this consultancy is to collect quantitative end line data using tablets through a pre-designed questionnaire and sampling framework. This data will form part of the final evaluation.

How to apply:

The consulting Firm will be selected and employed in accordance with the Consultant Qualification Selection (CQS) method as set out in the World Bank’s Selections Guidelines

A full Request for Expression of Interest (Hard copy or Soft Copy) can be obtained from the below addresses.

The Procurement Committee

Concern Worldwide Zambia

155 Al Jahazi house, Kabulonga Road

Kabulonga, Lusaka

Email: sipho.banda@concern,net; and zambia.deskofficer@concern.net

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