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Vacancy for Study Consultant at IRC in Lebanon

Vacancy for Study Consultant at IRC in Lebanon

Country: Lebanon
City: Al Qoubaiyat
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Job Title: Negative Coping Strategy Study consultant – Der Salloum


  • Develop a KII questionnaire
  • Additionally, identify the negative coping strategies adopted by the Lebanese community.
  • Identify outstanding strategies adopted by various segments of the population (females, PWSN, residents of the urban areas, etc.).
  • Also, categorize the strategies into thematic areas mostly outlined by the Lebanese community.
  • Rank the coping strategies from the most adapted to the least adopted.
  • Furthermore, quantifying the coping strategies into the number of days or other units when possible.
  • Likewise, develop a negative coping strategy index
  • Also, draft a thorough report on the analysis and findings.
  • Likewise, draft recommendations for activities that would reduce the negative coping strategy index.
  • Furthermore, present the findings to the IRC and to the Livelihoods Working Group

Proposed Methodology

  • Literature review on coping strategies
  • KIIs with IRC staff
  • KIIs with community focal points (vulnerable populations)
  • Validation workshops with clients

A focal point from IRC will regularly coordinate with the consultant to ensure the work is progressing on track. In the event where support is needed in data collection or logistics, the IRC will provide the relevant support.

About IRC

The International Rescue Committee is a global humanitarian aid, relief, and development nongovernmental organization. Supporting durable socio-economic resilience for Syrian refugee and host communities in Lebanon, the IRC’s Economic Recovery and Development (ERD) unit deliver livelihoods support to vulnerable populations, both refugee and host communities. The livelihoods support is aligned with local market needs and in compliance with Lebanese laws, regulations, and the UNDP-MoSA-led Livelihoods Working Group’s guidelines.

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Type of Opportunity General Job
Deadline31 August,2020
Company NameIRC
CityAl Qoubaiyat



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