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Double-click the downloaded file to install the software. The Premium Edition adds important features such as complete software maintenance, security advisory, frequent minor upgrade versions, downloads, Pack exports and imports, 24×7 scheduling and more. Simply double-click the downloaded file to install it. You can choose your language settings from within the program. UN Environment develops sustainable development and environment management projects and supports their implementation in Haiti since 2009. At present the majority of the UN Environment s portfolio is concentrated in the South Department. Key focus areas include protected area creation and management, marine environmental management, forestry, agroforestry and agriculture, and sustainable energy.
The programmatic areas in the South of Haiti are financed by different funding sources. Given this increased financing and intensified activities, UN Environment Haiti is looking for a Reporting Analyst to support the work of the Head of Office Port. The emphasis of the proposed role will be on donor reporting and follow-up. FFEM and new projects to be initiated. Project Support : field follow-up of project progress and their delivery of results according to project objectives. Support to communications: to provide substantive inputs to UN Environment communications regarding its work in Haiti.
Environmental sciences, biology, environmental law, international affairs or relevant to the role and functions is required. Experience in technical and professional writing for a variety of environmental and policy audiences. Experience in reporting and report writing. Knowledge of an additional UN language is an advantage. Communes:Gonaives, Anse-Rouge, Gros-Morne, Petite rivi re de l Artibonite, Desdunes, Saint-Michel de l Attalaye, Verrettes, Belladere, Lascahobas, Mirebalais, Boucan Carre, Hinche, Thomonde, Cerca la source, Thomassique, Pestel, Corail, Beaumont, Roseaux, Jeremie, Moron, Anse d Hainault, Carrefour, Croix-des-Bouquets, Port-au-Prince, Ganthier, Cabaret, Arcahaie, Anse-a-Galets, Pointe- -Raquette et Kenscoff.
International Organization: IDB, UMCOR, TOMS, LIV Solidaires, Gap Inc, PLAN, UNICEF, World Vision,. Contribute to improved access to quality and equitable primary education for out-of-school girls and boys in Haiti. UMCOR, TOMS, LIV Solidaires, LIDE, GAP Inc and other local and international institutions. Haitian education system by November 2018. Ministry system to identify, enroll, and track enrolled OOSGB.
OOSGB, and conducting advocacy for improving access to an equitable education for all children specifically out-of-school children. VSLA groups and life skills education with parents, school feeding activities. To date, P4L project, in partnership with 508 schools in the four operating departments, enrolled 53,059 out-of-school children. The baseline evaluation used a mixed quantitative and qualitative methods. This evaluation helped in refining and revising activities by identifying determinants of out-of-school children and barriers to children enrollment and retention at school. Last year, between March and May 2017, P4L team conducted a Midline evaluation to monitor out-of-school children prevalence, identify the scope of advocacy events and the effect of training and other transversal activities of CARE like VSLA on children enrollment and school environment.
CARE is seeking a consultant to collaborate with P4L staff in designing and implementing an external evaluation of the P4L program in order to understand the contribution of the project in the education sector particularly in raising access, improving quality and equity in the four operating departments. Key Questions:Specifically, the evaluation will examine different level to gather data in order to identify P4L impact on education sector. What is the number of OOSGB enrolled during the project implementation? What is the retention rate of former OOSGB? How does their retention rate compare with secondary data on primary school retention at national and department level? What are the attendance and progression rates of former OOSGB in partner schools?
How do their attendance and progression rates compare with secondary data on attendance and progression and national and department level? Who succeeded and who didn t? Who stayed at school and who didn t stay? Who could not be re-contacted after enrollment? Does parents participation VSLA have an impact on their ability to support the costs of education, including the opportunity cost?
What is the enrolment rate for this school-year? What is the dropout rate during each year of the project implementation? What percentage of partner schools utilized the mini-libraries received from the project? What are the changes in classroom practices? What are the actions taken in favor of OOSGB at the system level?
Did the project s advocacy contribute towards changes in policy and practice in favor of OOSGB? How was the project design adapted to the context during these five years? Were P4L s activities effective to address access, equity and quality in the education sector? A mixed methods approach will be used. Quantitative surveys will be implemented by project staff under the guidance of the the external consultant. Qualitative data collection, analysis of collected data and report-writing will be carried out by the external consultant. In order to have a better understanding of education issues in Haiti and better appreciate the results of the project, a review of literature on the existing research is necessary.
Indeed, a lot of research has been done by national and international organizations putting in evidence the socioeconomic issues that can prevent girls and boys to attend school. In addition of the review of literature, the project monitoring data will be take into account as secondary source. As primary source, the data collection will be done through quantitative and qualitative methods. Indeed, in order to analyze the education issues, four surveys will be conducted: Household survey, School survey, Inspector survey and Parents survey. These surveys should allow the program team to appreciate the impact of the intervention at a school, population, parents and system level. Some focus group discussions and interviews will be held as well to triangulate and complete the data collected in the quantitative survey.