Friday, August 10, 2012


Consultant of Baseline Survey Building and Deepening Resilience in Eastern Indonesia Project Who are we? Oxfam GB is a leading aid, development and campaigning charity with a worldwide reputation for excellence and over 60 years of experience. Our purpose is to work with others to overcome suffering and find lasting solutions to poverty. Be part of a dynamic working environment. Background Starting in June 2012, Oxfam has started a new project following the Building Resilience in Eastern Indonesia project (2009-2012), called Building and Deepening Resilience in Eastern Indonesia, an 18-month project that is co-funded by AIFDR and DG ECHO. The objective of this project is to strengthen capacity of communities, local government and CSOs in Eastern Indonesia to reduce risks and vulnerabilities, particularly for vulnerable groups and improve livelihood resilience particularly related to climate change. While Oxfam is implementing this project in cooperation with local partner organizations, the project sites are six districts, including East Flores-NTT (YPPS), North Lombok-NTB (Koslata), East Lombok-NTB (Konsepsi), Bima City-NTB (LP2DER), Manokwari-West Papua (Perdu), and Jayapura City-Papua (Kipra). This project builds upon the previous project, Building Resilience in Eastern Indonesia. It features new initiatives with more comprehensive strategies to build resilience of local governments and communities as well as strengthen women leadership at all levels. Before project interventions are undertaken, therefore, it is important to measure and analyze level of knowledge, attitude, and practice of community and district government related to Disaster Risk Reduction and Climate Change Adaptation. This finding will be a strategic foundation for modifying and adjusting project strategies and approaches. Objectives This baseline KAP survey aims to measure main questions related to the level of knowledge, attitude, and practice of the key stakeholders of the BDR project with regards to disaster risk reduction and climate change adaptation. Scope of Work This baseline KAP survey will be held in 4 selected districts out of 6 districts in order to meet at least 30 percents of geographical areas are measured. In ensuring representation of project sites, these 4 districts include Kota Jayapura (Papua), Flores Timur (NTT), and Kota Bima and Lombok Timur (NTB). Moreover, this baseline KAP survey will involve various stakeholders that will be involved the BDR project both at community and district level, such as local partners (NGO), government stakeholders, and community members. Baseline KAP survey should utilize appropriate methodologies, including questionnaire, interview and Focus Group Discussion. How to apply If you believe you are the candidate we are looking for, Please apply by send your application, CV, and proposal to The closing date: 25 August 2012Only short listed candidates will be contacted


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