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In support of the CAMRIS-implemented, USAID/Nepal Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning (MEL) Activity, we seek a Team Leader for the upcoming Comparative Assessment of Coordination Mechanisms between Local Government Units (LGUs) and Implementing Partners (IPs). The purpose of this study is to assess and comparatively analyze the existing coordination mechanisms between USAID IPs and LGUs (at the ward, municipal, and district levels) in Dang and two other districts. The study shall also briefly analyze similar mechanisms practiced by other development partners to recommend a potential coordination mechanism model(s). USAID/Nepal intends to pilot the recommended coordination mechanism in a few districts.
The assessment will answer the following questions:
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To support the Mission in using monitoring and knowledge management systems as part of its performance management the CAMRIS-implemented, USAID' s Monitoring, Evaluation, and Learning (MEL) Activity seek a Consultant to develop institutional capacity and creating systems for effective use of data for decision making.
The consultant is expected to complete the following tasks (which may be modified with Mission input):
1. Build the mapping, analytical, and visualization capacity of Mission and Implementing Partner staff:
2. Provide training and coaching to strengthen the capacity of Mission and implementing partner staff to understand and apply GIS data and analysis and to perform basic GIS tasks, specifically for activity location data:
3. Support the Mission to use the data for programming, coordination and communication:
4. Assist with the data review and publishing process to ensure data are shared at the appropriate access level
5. Using the initial information from the January mapping exercise, complete USAID activity maps, and Donor Mapping exercise
6. Document USAID/Nepal’s GIS Platform, in the form of a one-page and two-page brief; public-facing website that describes the platform for public consumption
7. Provide ongoing support to the Mission’s effective use of GIS for monitoring, evaluation, and decision-making throughout the Program Cycle.
8. Supervise the maintenance of the Mission’s GIS database containing key reporting information for all of the CDCS DOs, ensuring there are coherent relationships between GIS-related information and each DO’s PMP and learning agenda.
9. Engage with the Government of Nepal, as needed, to support their use of GIS, in particular as it relates to the 2021 census preparations
Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Interested qualified applicants are requested to apply by May 20, 2019 at the following link: https://careers-camris.icims.com/jobs/4400/consultant-for-gis-and-knowledge-management/job
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