ACDI/VOCA is seeking a consultant or firm to conduct a Food Environment Analysis for the anticipated USAID Market Systems and Resilience Activity in Ghana. The activity will facilitate the development of a competitive market space that is inclusive, resilient and sustainable in the provision of goods and services demanded by actors.
The consultant/firm will be responsible for conducting primary research, including the collection, review, and summarization of nutrition and food security documents; implementing the survey in the ZOI; supporting analysis of FEA by the US-based consultant. Estimated LOE for this assignment is 20 days.
- Assist in gathering supporting documents from relevant local organizations and government institutions;
- Co-develop a research plan and study design template for the field to use in planning the implementation of the Food Environment Analysis;
- Coordinate field research plan with ACDI/VOCA’s Ghana based Capture Coordinator;
- Participate in a remote pre-data collection training and orientation to discuss data collection tools, logistics and prepare in-country team for data collection;
- Conduct the food environment analysis in-country at multiple data collection sites across the target regions;
- Synthesize and package survey results (submission of data is expected five days after the completion of field work)
- Provide a debrief of the research findings to the proposal team;
- Provide additional nutrition related consulting work to support the proposal as needed
- Advanced degree in humanitarian affairs, international development, nutrition, or related field;
- Experience with nutrition-sensitive and food security programming;
- Experience in qualitative and quantitative methods and analysis of data; and
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills
Please email your CV or expression of interest to email@example.com. No phone calls please. Only those candidates considered for an interview will be contacted. ACDI/VOCA is an equal opportunity employer. Women, minorities and people from diverse groups are encouraged to apply.