Endline Evaluation Writer, Child Health project
Multiple locations (Multiple locations)
Background of the project
The IRC piloted the Philips’ Children’s Automatic Respiratory Monitor (ChARM) with community health workers implementing Integrated Community Case Management (iCCM) in Uganda and Chad, where IRC supports delivery of child health services to populations affected by humanitarian crises.The objective of the ChARM tool is to improve the accuracy of the assessment of pneumonia in children 2-59 months.
The endline evaluation for the use of the ChARM in both Uganda and Chad will be done by the IRC teams, in partnership with Ministry of Health colleagues.Members of the Health Technical Unit (HTU) originally planned to travel to Uganda and Chad to support the assessments but are unable to due to COVID travel restrictions. Support will be provided remotely to both teams to train enumerators, develop data collection systems, and analyze the data.
The IRC will engage a consultant to write the final report for the project and development of a project slide deck.The consultant will review all project documents, including research protocol and analyzed qualitative and quantitative data.The first draft of the report will be shared with key stakeholders within the Uganda and Chad team, and the HTU.The consultant will then revise the report based on feedback from the Uganda and Chad teams, and the HTU.
Scope of Work:
- Review all project documents and write draft final report, circulate report with internal project stakeholders
- Revise final report based on feedback from internal project stakeholders
- Develop slide deck about the project
- Final ChARM research project written report (maximum 20 pages)
- Final ChARM research project slide deck (maximum 20 slides)