Grant for Supporting and Sustaining Peace in Bougainville Projects in Papua New Guinea
This Perception Survey will include: review of indicators in the past perception survey, integrating new indicators, revision of methodology and survey questionnaires, identifying and training local data collectors, collecting and analyzing data and producing a Perception Survey report.
The institution conducting the survey will need to ensure that its methodology and surveys take into account the specific needs and opinions of women, youth and any other relevant sub-groups, whilst the data collection should disaggregate the data according to those groups.
The main objective of the perception survey is to enable measurement of progress against expected results outlined in Post-referendum Support and Sustaining Peace in Bougainville projects against their respective Result Frameworks. This will include:
literature review of baseline and Interim perception surveys conducted in 2016 and 2017 respectively;
revision of methodology and survey questionnaires, used in previous surveys, keeping the original questions where possible, and adapting the research instruments to measure current Project Indicators;
identifying and training local data collectors;
collecting and analyzing data and producing a perception survey report.
Activities and Responsibilities
The institution which will be contracted will work with the PBF Project Manager and the Assistant Resident Representative (Governance) to execute the following tasks:
Revise and adjust a methodology for the collection of data and sample size of population covered for the perception surveys in 2016 and 2017, adding new Project Indicators and ensuring that views of women, youth and any other specific stakeholders or vulnerable groups are sufficiently represented.
Present the outline to UNDP for endorsement.
Identification of local data collection team for Bougainville, and training on the process of data collection.
With support of UNDP, hold a meeting briefing session with the National Coordination Office for Bougainville Affairs (NCOBA) and Department of Independence Mission Implementation, ABG. Revise and adjust questionnaires for Perception Survey, incorporating new Project Indicators
Undertake a small pilot of surveys to ensure the question is well understood before the survey teams cover the whole sample.
Teams of data collectors to conduct the surveys in Bougainville as per the sample size.
Supervise and quality assures data collection.
Clean and compile raw data of Perception Surveys gathered in different locations.
Analyze & Report
Analyze data gathered from the Perception Survey and finalize findings for indicators in the PBF M&E Plan, as agreed with the PBF Project Manager.
Develop Perception Survey report of the methodology and key findings.
Stakeholder consultation and finalization of report
Presentation of the report to UNDP
Presentation of the report to Bougainville Affairs (NCOBA) and Department of Independence Mission Implementation, ABG.
Finalize the report and submit to UNDP.
Duration of Work
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The contract days are estimated at 8 weeks for the Team Leader specialist and for his team (although the exact number of days and team composition is to be proposed by the bid and in accordance with the deliverables in these TORs).
The work schedule proposes the duration of work within this timeframe immediately after the contract is signed.
The work is estimated to commence no later than mid-August 2021.
Criteria for selection of the Best Offer
Selection will be made with a scoring method that combined the skills and methodology will receive a maximum weighting of 70% and will be combined with the price offer which will receive a maximum weighting of 30%.
For more information, visit https://procurement-notices.undp.org/view_notice.cfm?notice_id=81228