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Operations Research

Imagine a world where every child is safe, well fed, educated and happy.
Imagine being part of making that dream a reality by using your skills to
make a difference to children’s lives.
Research Consultant
Maputo Mozambique  TC-SC 003/2017
Duration: The work will start in July and the end to October or November of 2017.
This is a great opportunity to play a key role in Save the Children
International to do a Research for Successful Transition and Advancement
of Rights for Girls (STARG) Project in Mozambique
The overall objective of the research is to provide insight into the challenges and
factors that enable and at times undermine girls’ learning in upper primary and
secondary schools and how these can be best addressed to promote girls’ enrolment,
retention, transition and learning. Using qualitative and quantitative evidence and
insights, the research will aim to identify and understand the enablers and barriers to
girls’ education, the root causes and norms that underpin these barriers, and the needs
and opportunities to overcome them. The research should examine current levels/rates
of transition for girls from upper primary to junior secondary schools, as well as their
attendance levels, learning outcomes and completion rates. This research will also
assess the status of non-formal education and its potential to offer transition pathways
for primary school completers who miss out on secondary education. More
specifically, the research will,
 Identify strengths and gaps in the education quality, education policy, systems
and infrastructure that enable or hinder (push & pull factors) girls’ transition
from upper primary to secondary schools, retain them in school and keep
them safe.
 Understand the harmful practices, gender and social norms which shape,
influence and inform girls’ attendance, learning outcomes, completion of upper
primary and transition to secondary schools.
 Identify opportunities for reducing harmful practices and gender-based
violence, transforming discriminatory social and gender norms, empowering
girls and advancing their transitions to secondary schools, such as the
relationship between girls’ education and sexual and reproductive health and
rights (SRHR)
The lead researcher should hold a PHD or MA in Education, Gender or International
relations with specific focus on education, qualitative/quantitative research in school
transitions, attendance & Learning especially in secondary school level and non-formal
education. S/He should have at least 5 years’ experience in conducting
qualitative/quantitative research in Mozambique or similar contexts. The researcher
must be self-driven, able to lead and work with minimal supervision, results oriented,
able to work under tight deadlines and to deliver quality products. The researcher
should speak competent English and or/Portuguese and should be able to write formal
reports in English.
Interested applicants should submit their expression of interest demonstrating how
they would proceed with the research along with a detailed proposal addressing the
TOR and a budget. Applications should be submitted quoting TC-SC 003/2017 to
STAR-G Acting Project Director, Lizzie Moncada,
copied to the Senior Education Adviser, on or
before 07th July 2017.
Detailed Terms of Reference attached.
Recruitment and selection procedures and checks reflect our commitment to the
Safeguarding of children from abuse.
Save the Children International aims to be an equal opportunities

Organisation Save the Children

Country United Kingdom