Men and Boys as Partners in Promoting Gender Equality and prevention of Youth Extremism and Violence in the Balkan
“Young Men Initiative”
For position Endline Supporting School Staff
( May 20th – May 29th 2020)
Deadline for application: May 19th 2020, 4 p.m. local time.
Financed by CARE
During the 2017-2020, partners in the ADA project “Men as Boys as Partners in Promoting Gender Equality and the Prevention of Youth Extremism and Violence in the Balkans” should be implementing our new school based model - Program Y methodology. One of the phases is Baseline Evaluation. These guidelines are a resource for starting the implementation of the survey. In the baseline evaluation we are trying to measure the change in attitudes, knowledge and behavior of young men and young women from Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania and Kosovo related to gender equality, healthy life styles, violence, gender based violence and youth extremism. The baseline evaluation will be carried out by using the questionnaire prepared for this research. It is important to start the baseline before the beginning of the trainings for teachers and peer educators as well as before workshops for students in order to make sure the participants have not been influenced by the content of the workshops. For the evaluation purposes, we will be focused on the 1st year students (young men and young women). It is important to have the right number of students for the evaluation. So, we need to have 300 first grade students selected in both schools (if possible 50% of boys, 50% of girls). If schools do not have 300 first grade students this is also acceptable.
The Men and Boys as Partners in Promoting Gender Equality and prevention of Youth Extremism and Violence in the Balkans or Young Men Initiative (YMI) project builds upon CARE´s comprehensive and programmatic effort to fight interpersonal and gender based violence (GBV) as well as to improve gender equality in the region. The YMI project has been implementing in Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Kosovo and Serbia and is targeting young men and women to build their knowledge and attitudes concerning gender equality and healthy lifestyles and to decrease levels of GBV. In line with the goals of the European Union the overall objective of the project is to improve gender equality and decrease interpersonal and gendered violence within Serbia, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Albania and Kosovo society. Unfortunately, in all targeted countries domestic and gender based violence, peer violence and terrorism in the light of ISIL influence in the region, remained main threats for youth and all citizens. In consequence the project purpose is to increase the uptake of healthy, youth extremism and non-violent and gender equitable lifestyles amongst boys and men (and girls and women) participating in the program.
Purpose of the Endline Supporting School Staff
Conduct an endline survey through a designed questionnaire in the targeted school to track the progress gained through the YMI workshops. The Endline Supporting School Staff will issue the survey in the targeted “Ismail Qemali” High School in Tirana.
Role of the Endline Supporting School Staff
A. working with ACT for SOCIETY Center to organize visit schools, meet/orient (as needed) students and identify appropriate space for taking the survey and options for young men who decline to participate.
B. working with ACT for SOCIETY Center to develop detailed plans for data collection, ensuring that the full sample is reached. Any problems should be raised with the PC from ACT for SOCIETY Center staff as soon as possible.
D. implement endline survey in 1 intervention school as per the plan over a 2 week period (actual time will vary by location). The DC’s is responsible for orienting the young men on the research agenda, obtaining and ensuring their informed consent, ensuring that those who do not want to participate are excused and have an arranged place to go to, ensuring that the space for filling the survey allows for privacy, ensuring that the surveys are anonymous, maintaining order during the survey, responding to individual questions about the survey (as per training), ensuring completeness of survey (including spot checks on some of the responses to ensure quality).
E. tracking and checking surveys – they will need to make sure surveys are properly numbered. After completion, they should conduct checks on surveys to ensure quality.
F. submitting complete surveys to PC.
ACT for SOCIETY Center seeking for Men/Women Endline Supporting School Staff. They will be responsible for ensuring that endline data is collected as per the design of the evaluation.
Specific tasks include (please note that some of these will be defined in more detail during the training)
If an individual is applying it is necessary to enclose CV that indicates experience described in above eligibility and directly work at ‘Ismail Qemali High School’, with second year students. The service will be assigned upon selection by ACT for SOCIETY Center and PC.
In addition, selected the DC’s should provide other detailed, bank details and scanned pictures from valid ID (please, send those documents by e-mail to email@example.com and/or firstname.lastname@example.org ).
Cost (How to apply for this job)?
If an individual is applying it is necessary to enclose CV that indicates experience described in above eligibility section.
Offers should be submitted by May19th 2020, 4 p.m. local time, to the following address:
Rruga "Blv. Zhanë D'ark", Ndertesa 61, Hyrja 5, Apartamenti 24, Tirana, Albania
To the email address: email@example.com
To the email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Endline Supporting School Staff (s) are expected to include in their application:
The Endline Supporting School Staff will report to the Project Coordinator.