Mercy Corps TakaTaka Solutions Partner Results Measurement Consultancy
Mercy Corps TakaTaka Solutions Partner Results Measurement ConsultancyAbout Kenya Catalytic Jobs Fund
Through the Kenya Catalytic Jobs Fund, the UK’s Department for International Development (DFID) is looking to test and support innovations with the potential to stimulate large-scale job creation.
The Kenya Catalytic Jobs Fund (KCJF) is a 4-year catalytic jobs fund that will, through a mix of technical assistance and grant support, test competitively selected innovations that have potential to unlock market constraints and create jobs, including for the most vulnerable, e.g. people living with disability.
The programme contains a strong emphasis on learning and evidence. It seeks to generate knowledge, data and evidence on ways of addressing barriers to job creation and disseminate findings to relevant stakeholders, including potential investors. Mercy Corps is implementing the pilot phase of the KCJF programme.
The activities that are envisioned under this engagement are:Survey design: Establish an effective data collection system and reporting forms for capturing quantitative and qualitative information
Survey roll-out: Implement survey to collect output, outcome and impact data from workers and customers of the enterprises
Data analysis: Analyze data collected and draw relevant insights that can be used to in communicating the impact of the innovation to investors, donors and other stakeholders
Generating an impact measurement report: Compare data against other comparable social enterprises and develop tailored impact evaluation report summarizing key insights from the data and graphical representation of the data
Developing a measurement framework that can provide guidelines for independent & continuous data collection and analysis to allow for impact measurement on beneficiaries and clients
The key deliverables from the project are:Inception report summarizing the methodology, sample size and timelines for each of the impact evaluations
An impact evaluation report on the innovation summarizing the data collected and insights gathered
A measurement framework report to allow for independent continuous monitoring of the scale of impact created/generated
How to Apply
To apply, present a technical and financial proposal as detailed below.
Technical proposal, of no more than 30 pages, containing the following:
Organization profile demonstrating why the organization is the best fit for this scope of work.
The profile should include standard registration documents (Certificate of Incorporation, Tax Compliance Certificate etc.).
Team structure, brief bios and CVs of team members who will be undertaking the assignment
Proposed approach, methodology and work plan for completing this assignment
Three work samples of recently completed impact evaluation assessments. Alongside the work samples, the service provider will also provide contact information for the engagements to allow for reference checks
Financial proposal containing the following:
Detailed budget, clearly outlining each cost, the quantity, and the total anticipated project cost Proposals must be sent digitally by 5:00 pm, Monday 23rd September 2019 to firstname.lastname@example.org
Proposals will be evaluated based on the criteria captured in the annex section of this document (Annex 2).
Shortlisted companies will be invited for a presentation.
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