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Terms of Reference
Consultancy for humanitarian situation evaluation in Afghanistan
Country
Project
Financial contract
Responsible (Delegate)
Dates of mission
Duration of the
mission
Security

Afghanistan
Evaluation of Humanitarian needs based on the current CPiE intervention
2123E
Sylvain Fournier, Country Representative
October - November 2016
21 days of consultancy
The security situation in Afghanistan is volatile and has deteriorated in the
last months. The consultant is expected to travel to the project locations
(Nangarhar) if security allows. Tdh’s delegation is well prepared and
informed but certain movement restrictions, or hibernation, could have an
impact the consultancy. A detailed security update will be provided to the
successful candidate.
To ensure the safety and security of the staff and operations, all visitors must
strictly follow Tdh security rules and guidelines. So far, Tdh has not been
affected by security incidents and security is monitored closely, especially
before any field visit.


Logistic of the mission

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All Tdh staff, consultants, and visitors are requested to respect
security rules and to take into consideration all given instructions. A
security briefing will be provided by the Country Representative
together with the Security Officer.

Transportation and accommodation shall be managed by Terre des
hommes according to needs.

Introduction
Tdh has been working in Afghanistan since 1995 and carries out projects related to health, child
protection and rural development. In 2015, more than 87 000 people benefited from Tdh activities,
funded among others by Tdh Foundation, Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation, the
European Commission, Caritas Germany and Central Humanitarian Fund (CHF) with a team of 5
expatriates and almost 130 local staff. Tdh is currently engaged in three major programs in Kabul,
Takhar and Nangarhar provinces: Prevention of Violence against Children, Training and Mobilisation of
Juvenile Justice stakeholders, Mother and Child Health, Community based child protection and mine
awareness, Livelihood Improvement III and Labor Based Road Construction (LBRC).
Afghanistan has been deeply affected by internal conflicts since 40 years – inducing a large number of
IDPs especially since 2015. In addition, current trends of returnees from Pakistan are worrying – as the
influx is putting more pressure on already overstrained resources. (I)NGOs have difficulties to access
some areas, for assessment and for any kind of prevention or assistance. With winter season and influx
of additional thousands returnees, needs for protection and assistance will only grow.
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Tdh has currently 2 on-going interventions which are covering 11 districts in Nangarhar and Kunar
provinces. These 2 humanitarian interventions shown good results, successes and are innovative.
Recently, Tdh participated in a MIRA (Multi Interagency Rapid Assessment in 6 districts of Nangarhar as
well as will participate in other inter-agency assessment more orientated in Protection in Nangarhar and
Kabul.
Tdh reinforced its visibility in humanitarian sector in Afghanistan. The link with ECHO is done and this
consultancy should help to prepare the submission of proposal based on needs assessment, identify
gaps and proposed additional activities to include in the future humanitarian intervention.
The current emergency projects implemented in Nangarhar will be used as basis. The current project
has shown high acceptance and good results, the data collected could be very useful and the innovative
approach fit with the Afghan context and the Migration main thematic area defined in Tdh strategy.
The consultancy objective will be to evaluate the strengths, the weaknesses and the potential new
activities that could be integrated. Recently, OCHA and UNHCR launched a lot of evaluation (mainly
HEAT made by OCHA, as well as inter-agency by UNHCR) in Nangarhar province. Tdh team are part of
the evaluator. The results could be shared with the consultant. The methodology and the tools could be
used in the uncovered locations where Tdh is working.
The second objective of the consultancy will be to evaluate the potentiality to fully or partially duplicate
the current Nangarhar intervention, in Kabul province. At the moment, some returnees are settling up in
Kabul province without precise information or assessment launched. The consultant will explore and
define the feasibility of starting an intervention (based on Nangarhar model) in Kabul, to define priority
areas and potential activities to be implemented. A clear link between CPiE and longer term response
linked with priority thematic (vision 2030) of Migration should be kept in mind by the consultant. Tdh
delegation have a strong networking, are monitoring closely the situation, are collecting all the
information and report on the situation and will share with the consultant.

Objectives of the Midterm Evaluation

The purpose of this evaluation shall identify uncovered beneficiary needs (multi sectorial assessment
with a specific focus on Education in Emergency, Mother and Child Health, NFI) and potential extension
of the areas of intervention (find out the most vulnerable IDPs/returnees), collect key findings, realized
reports.
Under the direct supervision of the Country Delegate, the Consultant will be responsible of:
Respect of Tdh safety and security rules
The overall supervision of the assessment team (composed of CP/education officer as well as
MCH coordinator)
The definition of the methodological approach (geographical, technical and security) aiming the
identification of the humanitarian needs in the areas of concern (Kabul, Nangarhar and Kunar)
The implementation of a comprehensive multi-sector needs’ assessment (as top priorities:
Education, Mother and Child Health, NFI and, if time, integrate livelihoods, Shelter and Wash, NFI) and
the drafting of a relevant assessment report
The finalization of a comprehensive assessment report to be drafted by the consultant with the
support of the whole assessment team
The drawing, based on the results of the assessment, of a more comprehensive emergency
intervention strategy
Methodology and means
Methodology (suggested)
The definitive methodology will be defined once the consultant will be identified. However, the
methodology should be participatory and should include the followings:
- Desk research: analyze and systematic review of all relevant documents;
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Field work which could include focus group discussions with beneficiaries, household
questionnaires, partners and project staff and the current database with information already
collected (methods and tools will be decided with team and country delegate);
Synthesis/analysis, report of area of development.

Means
Tdh information and current database, different assessments made (MIRA, HEAT….) and external
documentation and data .
Tdh will provide means of transport and accommodations.
The local team will be available (education specialist, Health expert…), data entry clerk, M&E officer (in
Kabul), already in place project team to fill the collected data if necessary
A full security management package will be available car GPS tracker, briefing, acceptance, briefing,
existing networking
The security management team in place (Country Delegate, security officer and Regional manager) as
well as all the mechanism in place (security plan, briefing, trained staff….)
Deliverables and deadlines

The following deliverables are expected:
- Mid-term evaluation report (specific ToR available);
- Report with the main findings (based on fact, data and information collected, recommendation –
this should be useful for all potential proposal that could be done in 2017 – max 15 to 20 pages);
Agenda
of the
mission

The consultancy process will be conducted in a participatory manner and the design of
tools and methodologies is to be confirmed with Tdh prior to the start of the consultancy
and a specific work plan developed. Provisionally, the activities should include:
Activity
Desk Study: review of relevant
documentation of current
situation of IDP/returnees.
Data collection: this will most
likely include qualitative and
quantitative
data
collection
through focus group discussions
and interviews with children,
family
members,
key
stakeholders and partners. The
evaluator will be expected to
travel within Kabul province and
to Nangarhar
and Kunar
province if security allows.
Development of the mid-term
evaluation report (for the donors)
a report: collation and analysis
of information gathered to
generate a report that addresses
the key issues identified in the
assessment
and
presents
recommendations
for
the
continuation of the project and
operational possibilities.

Duration
3 days

13 days

4 days

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