Call for Proposals: Process Evaluation Soul Buddyz and Hands on Parenting

Soul City Institute
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Opportunity closing date: 
Monday, 11 December, 2017
Opportunity type: 
Call for proposals

Soul City Institute (SCI) is a South African “Not-for-Profit”, nongovernmental organisation that was established in 1992. SCI believes that “society, communities and individuals have a right to live their best lives in an environment that is safe, supportive and sustainable”.  Through using a combination of mass media, social mobilisation and advocacy, the Soul City Institute has influenced and shaped the lives of millions of children, adults and communities within South Africa and the continent. It is driven by the recognition that human rights are fundamental to health and development, based on active citizenship and principles of social justice.

The Global Fund (TGF) is the largest financier of HIV and AIDS, Tuberculosis (TB) and Malaria in the world. The Global Fund approved the country concept note submitted by South Africa Country Coordinating Mechanism (CCM) for HIV/TB under the New Funding Model in 2015. The Young Women and Girls Programme is a part of the entire grant with 5 Principal Recipients (PRs) implementing the same programme in 10 districts through sub-recipients

SCI hereby requests proposals for Process Evaluation of Soul Buddyz and Hands On Parenting

Purpose of the evaluation:

The purpose of the evaluation is to: 

  • Verify that the objectives of the programmes are being met
  • Understand the quality of the implementation
  • Document different implementation methods and the impact thereof.
  • Assess whether there are any unintended outcomes
  • Asses the cost of the programme

Key research questions:

This evaluation seeks to answer the following questions:

  • Is the programme being implemented as intended?
  • Are there gaps between program design and delivery?
  • Are there innovative methods being used that can improve delivery for other sites?
  • What are the barriers to optimum delivery of the programme?
  • What are the outcomes of the programme?
  • What is the cost per child reached with the programme?
  • Is the using of the App improving data collection?
  • Is the point incentive programme working to assist with attendance?
  • Are there linkages between the 2 programmes?

The main target groups of the evaluation will be:

  • The PRs and their SRs
  • The Departments of education (National, Provincial and district)
  • The School: principal and facilitators
  • The children
  • The parents
  • District AIDS councils

The evaluation will look at the following components:

  • Establishment and registration of the club
  • Training of PR’s SR’s (by SCI and PR’s)
  • Membership of the club are the clubs reaching the most vulnerable (at risk)
  • Recruitment strategies
  • Implementation processes
  • Materials for clubs
  • Retention strategies and their impact
  • Program activities
  • Interaction with local stakeholders / CBO’s / local government / districts etc.
  • Data: Collection, flow, tools, successes and challenges
  • Allocation and use of resources

The report must include lessons learnt and recommendations.
 
Methodology

The methodology should include desktop reviews, an analysis of existing data in the Goldmine database, qualitative interviews (both focus group, individual interviews and observational methods), field visits to clubs/ schools / parents in all 10 districts. An analysis of the expenditure for the programmes.
 
Sampling Strategy

The sampling strategy will depend on the type (qualitative or quantitative) of data being gathered. 
 
Key Data Analysis Procedure

Analysis will be undertaken using various tools (electronic and or manual) available for qualitative and quantitative data as deemed appropriate. Evaluators must present a coherent data analysis strategy which will enable the effective use of both quantitative and qualitative data in drawing conclusions.

Ensure that you download all the tender documents on our website.

All tender documents, including instructions and terms of reference, will be available on the Soul City website www.soulcity.org.za or from procurement@soulcity.org.za
 
The deadline for submission of proposals is 16:30 on 11th December 2017. 

Late submissions will not be accepted.

For more about the Soul City Institute for Health and Development Communication, refer to www.soulcity.org.za

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