Deadline: 31 October 2017
With a focus on protection, the procured programme will be developed in a ‘bottom-up’ way. The first six months will allow for formative research into the knowledge, experience and attitudes of migrants, would-be migrants and migrant-sending communities.
This will support the development of a robust theory of change and detailed programme design based on empirical data. Following the first 6 months there will be forty-two months of programme delivery with a focus on activities and outputs aimed at discouraging irregular migration, providing viable alternatives and protecting the victims of migration. The programme delivery will be accompanied by operational research which will be an integral part of the programme, designed to test the effectiveness of the programme, to learn lessons in real time, inform appropriate adjustments and contribute to the wider understanding of irregular migration dynamics.
How to Apply
Interested applicants must apply using DFID supplier portal.
Eligible Country: Ethiopia
For more information, please visit DFID Ethiopia.