Under contract with USAID, Social Impact (SI) will collect data to measure the baseline status of key indicators for USAID/Haiti’s Water and Sanitation Activity (WATSAN) evaluation. WATSAN is a four-and-a half-year intervention to support access to sustainable water supply and sanitation services, and strengthen the enabling environment for sustainable delivery, operation, and maintenance of water and sanitation services.
As part of this, SI is looking to procure the services of a local data collection firm to manage in-country data collection for this activity. Please see full Request for Proposals (RFP) for details. Data collection will be done electronically using tablets; the location of data collection will be in the five targeted communes where WATSAN is being implemented (see RFP). Data collection is anticipated to start in April of 2019 and to be completed on a rolling basis in the communes. Local partners will be required to adhere to SI’s rigorous data quality standards among other requirements (see RFP).
The deadline to submit questions and expressions of interest is no later than Wednesday, December 12, 2018, 17.00 ET.
The deadline to submit proposals is no later than Monday, January 7, 2019, 09.00 ET.