Notre Dame Initiative for Global Development, located in Notre Dame, Indiana, is conducting an long-term retrospective evaluation of USAID’s Wellness and Agriculture for Life Advancement (WALA) project in Malawi. The WALA Project was implemented under the United States Agency for International Development’s (USAID)Food for Peace (FFP) program from 2009-2014.
We are seeking qualified firms with experience collecting quantitative and qualitative data in Malawi. The data collection firm will be tasked with collecting data in eight districts of Southern Malawi in August-September 2018.
If you are interested in bidding for this work order, please submit a proposal to firstname.lastname@example.org, copying email@example.com, by 5pm EST on Friday July 13, 2018 following the detailed parameters described in the data collection Terms of Reference.
About the Organization
The Notre Dame Initiative for Global Development (NDIGD) combines the existing world-class teaching and research faculty of the University of Notre Dame with a dedicated staff of experienced international development professionals, administrators, and researchers. Together we address the challenges of building just and equitable societies by leveraging the University’s signature strengths to promote development and human dignity worldwide.
Drawing on experts across multiple disciplines, NDIGD conducts monitoring, evaluation, and training, and assists in strategic planning for and implementation of innovative global development programs. We maximize our impact through partnership with government agencies, non-governmental agencies, humanitarian organizations, foundations, and private corporations in the United States and overseas.
NDIGD cuts across academic fields to produce multidisciplinary knowledge on
complex development challenges in areas related to:
- Commerce and Economic Development
- Energy, Environment, and Sustainability
- Global Health
- Governance and Rule of Law
- Human Development
- Security and Peacebuilding
The University of Notre Dame, in keeping with its reputation as a premier Catholic university, brings to this enterprise an overarching commitment to the common good, infused with ethical values and grounded in respect for diverse cultures, religions and political systems. NDIGD responds to global development needs that are the core of the University’s Catholic mission.