Region: South Asia
Value: USD 38.6
Start Date: 2013-02-07
End Date: 2013-04-15
MCCS is a three-year project designed to improve the health of women of reproductive age and children under five years of age in marginalized rural areas of Mali, Mozambique, and Pakistan. The program seeks to strengthen the health system, engage communities in addressing poor maternal health, and improve nutrition and infant/child feeding practices. AKFP and AKHSP are seeking an experienced consultant to implement the baseline study in Gilgit-Baltistan with support and guidance from the Canadian study coordinator to collect baseline measurements on key performance indicators identified in the project performance measurement framework (PMF), entry and analysis and set up a monitoring system and database to provide routine project monitoring in Pakistan.
The services provided by the APEX included:
The firm mobilized and trained 15 field researchers and 05 supervisors. Data from 700 households were collected and field teams used quantitative and qualitative tools to collect information about related indicators. Data entered in CSPro, results were compiled in SPSS, and analysis carried out through the triangulation technique. Key findings and recommendations were provided in reports and presentations.