End Evaluation of Building Resilient Urban
Title: End Evaluation of Building Resilient Urban Slum Settlements in Dhaka, Bangladesh, A Multi – Sectorial Approach to Capacity Building- Phase III Project
- Analyze the impacts that have happened for project interventions of previous phases (previous locations) based on the project goal and outcomes;
- Analyze the changes that have happened for project interventions of this phase based on the project goal and outcomes;
- Analyze the applied process of project implementation, focusing on participation of the community;
- Identify problems and limitations that have been encountered;
- Identify the strengths and weakness considering sustainability of the achieved results;
- Identify lessons to be learnt and make recommendations for the implementation of future projects.
Scope of Work:
Review of relevant documents.
- Develop appropriate methodology, data collection instruments in consultation with HFHI- B and finalize the instruments by pretesting.
- Administer data collection in the study area that includes supervision, cross validation, quality control and data transcription.
- Engage qualified enumerators, train them on quantitative and qualitative data collection and quality control.
- Data management and analysis in terms of coding, computer entry, cleaning, transcription and analysis as pre study themes in the objectives.
- Prepare a study report in English.
Mixed Method Approach (Quantitative and Qualitative).
Four slum of Dhaka city- Talab camp, Beguntila, Tekerbari and Duaripara
- Habitat for Humanity International – Bangladesh- habitatbangladesh.org
- Habitat for Humanity Australia- habitat.org.au