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Posted on 12 Jul, 2021
Closing on 22 Jul, 2021

Job Description

Role: National data collection team 
Location: Aden – Taiz, Yemen
Deadline: 22nd July 2021

SOS Center for Youth Capabilities Development:

SOS Center for Youth Capabilities Development is a non-profit, community-based foundation established by a group youth active in civil society, who have extensive experience in implementing development projects. SOS seeks to contribute to the achievement of sustainable development goals in partnership with the Triangular development (government, private sector, civil society). As well as human rights agenda, promoting protection; and emergency protection for IDPs, hosting communities; and less fortunate groups, with taking consideration of gender-sensitive, focusing on the developing and empowering of individuals and communities politically, economically, socially and culturally, while raising community awareness and providing support for decision makers on different issues in order to prepare a generation that can participate effectively in decision-making.

Background on the project:

Strategic Objective

SOS Center for Youth Capabilities Development (SOS), within the international consortium, is implementing the Women, Peace and Security Yemen programme. Implementing both nationally, and within the Southern governorates of Aden and Taiz, the programme aims to:

  • Improve women’s meaningful influence in relief, recovery and peace processes in Yemen. 


  • Sub-Objective 1 (S1): More equitable social norms and related practices
  • Sub-Objective 2 (S2): Enhanced protection for women
  • Sub-Objective 3 (S3): More inclusive relief, recovery, and peace processes

Domains of change

  • D1: Civil Society is capable, representative, and engaged in collective action for influence
  • D2: Male family members and community members are more aware and supportive of women’s positive contributions and leadership
  • D3: Formal and informal power-holders are more supportive and responsive to women
  • D4: Women are empowered to influence relief, recovery and peacebuilding processes

Job purpose:
To provide – with an international consultant – a baseline study that:

  • provide an analysis of the situation in Aden and Taiz (districts that follow the internationally recognised government) before the implementation programme activities starts;
  • If necessary, adjust the WPS Yemen results framework based on the situation in-country;
  • provide targets for relevant indicators in the results framework;
  • provide concrete recommendations for programming.

More information and details on the attached TOR.


  • Co-development of tools with international consultant
  • Mapping, collection of data through KIIs, FGDs (except the online ones) quantitative survey and organisational/advocacy capacity assessment in Aden and Taiz (districts that follow the internationally recognised government)
  • Regular communication with international consultant and SOS Center to coordinate research.
  • Data-entry, data-quality checks, data-cleaning
  • Provide cleaned data to international consultant
  • Translation of data collection tools into Arabic 
  • Translation of baseline data into English


The National data collection team is required to deliver the following:

  • Input to international consultant on tools
  • Securing the required permits from the local authorities to conduct the assessment
  • Raw but cleaned up data sets in agreed formats
  • Regular progress updates to SOS Center and the international consultant
  • Feedback on comments and questions of international consultant about data sets

Standard Minimum Qualification:

The consultancy firm engaged to conduct this baseline and mapping assignment should have the following: 

  • Relevant experience in conducting similar work;
  • Proven professional expertise and experience in the area of monitoring and evaluation and research;
  • Experience and expertise in the fields of peace building, governance, gender issues, and/or women rights in fragile environment;
  • Experience with both qualitative and quantitative data collection;
  • Advanced communication skills in English and Arabic;
  • Cultural sensitivity;
  • A high standard of professionalism; 

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