Terms of Reference
Position: MEAL Consultant
Job: To align and develop context specific MEAL framework and orient the team on framework including data management and using and presenting data for decision-making as per operational priorities.
Project: Inclusive Humanitarian Actions for Rohingya Refugees and Host Community in the sector of Health and the sector of Protection in Cox’s Bazar Bangladesh, supported by CBM and Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MOFA), Germany. It is being implemented from May 2019 to May 2020.
Program: Inclusive Humanitarian Actions for Rohingya Refugees and Host Community in Cox’s Bazar Bangladesh.
Implemented by: Centre for Disability in Development (CDD) supported by CBM.
In November 2017, CBM, in collaboration with its local strategic partner CDD, and together with ASB, conducted a need assessment which identified a lack of specific services for persons with disabilities and older persons and barriers to their access to existing basic needs services.
CBM and CDD started to support the Rohingya and host population in December 2017, providing health and rehabilitation services, through the establishment of an integrated health and rehab centre in camp 18 in Balukhali, a mobile clinic for the host communities and through Home Based Rehabilitation services.
The purpose of the two projects was the continuation of essential health and rehabilitative services for Rohingya and host population.
The project is targeted to reach 11'000 people living in camps 12, 18, 19, 20, makeshift settlements and host communities (Raja Plong, Palong Khali) with comprehensive health, rehabilitation and psychosocial services. In addition, the project aims to improve the access to humanitarian services in at least one sector (WASH, Food Security, Nutrition, Shelter, Health, Education), disability mainstreaming and inclusion among humanitarian actors and to promote inclusive education in CDD-CBM CFSs and capacity building of facilitators and mentors.
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