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Situation Analysis

Christian Blind Mission (CBM)

This is a Full-time position in Uganda posted December 22, 2021.

Christian Blind Mission (CBM) Jobs in Uganda Situation Analysis Carreer opportunities in Uganda vacancies in Christian Blind Mission (CBM) at Uganda

# Job Description

A Situation Analysis identifying the Disability Inclusive Disaster Risk
Reduction Entry points in Uganda
CBM is an international Christian development organization, committed to
improving the quality of life of persons with disabilities in the poorest
countries of the world. CBM visualizes, “An inclusive world in which all
persons with disabilities enjoy their humanrights and achieve their full
potential”. CBM Uganda country office has been working with different partners
in Uganda to implement inclusive Eye Health IEH and Community Based
Inclusive Development CBID initiatives. The Uganda office would like to
expand its scope of work to include humanitarian action intiatives. The new
area of work contributes to achievement of CBM Federation Strategy 2023 goal
4, which focuses on populations affected by natural and manmade disasters have
access to inclusive humanitarian assistance.
Worldwide development initiatives lack data related to persons with
disabilities and rarely consult persons with disabilities about their needs
and how they can be addressed. Persons with disabilities are more vulnerable
when disaster strikes, not only due to aspects of their disabilities, but also
likelihood to experience adverse socio economic outcomes than others. Poorly
planned disaster responses and recovery efforts exacerbate these disparities;
leaving persons with disabilities struggling to cope during and after
emergency. Yet disasters can cause significant permanent injuries and
impairments that can worsen the pre existing conditions for persons with
disabilities. CBM is committed to build the capacity of its staff, partners
and disaster management entities in Uganda to plan and deliver disaster risk
reduction programs that include persons with disabilities. CBM believes in
programs that are built on principles of non discrimination, promote
accessibility and participation of vulnerable presons. Vulnerable peope such
as persons with disabilities should not be left beind in the aftermath of a
disaster. In order to plan the necessary interventions, there is need to
conduct a situation analysis in the country to understand entry points, actors
in the field, existing projects, practices and gaps, indication of the hazards
and risks that exist within the prone regions/districts.
Scope work and intended use
The Situation analysis will explore and identify DiDRR entry points in Uganda.
The findings will inform CBM country office to develop effective programs that
will address DiDRR needs at community, regional and national level. The key
areas of this study will include.
• Documentation of existing disaster risk reduction projects, practices,
lessons learnt and inclusivity of existing initiatives.
• Identification of existing disaster risk reduction gaps that CBM can
• Identification of DiDRR entry points.
• Recommendations to CBM on appropriate interventions, approaches and
monitoring and evaluation.
• Mapping of hazards and risks in the targeted regions
Specific deliverables
The consultant is expected to submit to CBM:
• Inception report outlining the; methodology, tools and timeliness
• A Situation Analysis report.
• Summary reports with information collected.
Consultant’s roles and responsibilities.
The consultant will offer technical and strategic direction for the entire
situation analysis exercise. Putting into consideration the participation of
CBM country office staff in relevant activities. Specific tasks will include
• Development of data collection methodology and present it to CBM.
• Development of the required data collection tools and guides.
• Conduct data collection: required interviews, FGDs and desk reviews based on
Sendai Framework for Disaster Risk Reduction 2015-2030
• Analyze data collected and identify gaps/recommendations that should be
incorporated in the project.
• Compile the situation analysis report that addresses CBM information needs.
• Present situation analysis findings to CBM
• Incorporate feedback from CBM to improve the report
• Identify recommendations that can be adopted by CBM DiDRR project.
• Produce the final report.
Ethical considerations regarding data collection should be highlighted in the
methodology. Ensure the confidentiality, do no harm approaches, and respect
information sharing protocols at participating institutions.
Technical and Financial proposal
The consultant is expected to submit a technical and financial proposal
demonstrating the assignment methodology, detailed workplan for the
assignment, and budget. The Consultant should also submit a Curriculum Vitae
and details of technical team if applicable.
6\. Time schedule
The assignment is expected to commence on 17 January 2022, and expected to
last 21 days. A workplan indicating activities to be undertaken.
Review technical and financial bids- Consultant that meets the set criteria
will be selected and notified in writing;
Meetings with the consultant to finalize workplan and methodology for the
assignment, duration 2 days – Consultant presents a work plan to be approved
by CBM
Conduct data collection activities based on the proposed methodology, duration
8 days – The required data is collected
Data analysis, interpretation, and generation of summary reports; 4 days-
Data is analysed into reports to inform entry points, current practices and
Preparations and presentation of findings to CBM; Duration 2 days- Findings
shared with CBM
Report writing, duration 3 days- Draft report developed
Feedback meeting with CBM on draft report; duration day 1- CBM and Consultant
agree on comments to be incorporated in final report.
Consultant reviews and finalize the report for submission to CBM- duration 1
day- Final report is produced and presented.
Required profile of Consultant/team
• The consultant must demonstrate the following qualifications to be eligible
for the assignment:
• A master’s degree in disaster risk management or related field.
• A minimum 5 years of experience providing technical support to Disaster Risk
Reduction programs.
• Past experience conducting a similar assignment in Uganda and or another
• Experience interacting with key actors in the field especially .
• Experience interacting with organizations of persons with disabilities.
• Demonstrated experience working with remote and marginalized areas.
• Proven record producing quality and timely reports.

Application procedure and deadlines.
Expression of Interest must include a technical proposal demonstrating the
methodology, technical team, and workplan maximum 3 pages. Annex, CV with
contact details of lead consultant, and summary budget. Applications must be
received by 5 January 2022 at CBM offices located on Plot 4, Upper Kololo
Terrace, opposite Protea Hotel new entrance or emailed to:
[email protected] mailto:[email protected] Please note
that applications must be submitted in hard copies or soft copy marked/email
titled: Situation Analysis for DiDRR Project Bid.
Code of Conduct
CBM Uganda Country Office’s work is deeply held on values and principles of
child safe guarding and protection of adults at risk. Consultants, research
Assistants and Interpreters must adhere to the CBM code of Conduct and will
need to sign the code before being commissioned for the study.

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* **Company:** [ Christian Blind Mission CBM ]
* **Location:** Uganda
* **State:** [ Uganda ]
* **Job type:** Full-Time
* **Job category:** [ Administrative Jobs in Uganda ]

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