PM is looking for a Researcher who has experience in development programing in low- and middle-income countries and who can conduct an informative desk review of training interventions in a very short timeline.
The purpose of this review is to inform a more effective design of the SBCC/training program for informal market vendors. The researcher needs to examine design elements of training interventions implemented in the past, paying particular attention to the way training interventions are paired with media products, and to whether these interventions have been effective.
The Researcher needs to scan the literature, identify and analyze adult training programs with SBCC components previously implemented in low- and middle-income countries, and create a reference list so that all documents are organized and easily accessible to all team members.
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As a component of formative research, PM seeks a Journalist with extensive experience interviewing people and finding hidden stories that can be used to shed light on the larger community and practices of interest.
A key component of the program we are producing will be the production of social and behavior change communications (SBCC) media aimed at positively impacting behavior around the sale and consumption of safe food. Many of these media productions will be aimed specifically at vendors of perishable foods. Stories taken directly from vendors will be the foundation of these productions (see “Story Sourcing” section below).
To help make those productions effective, PM is looking to learn from the process of producing other SBCC media programs globally. By interviewing practitioners, researchers, and funders of SBCC programing across disciplines we want to learn about the gaps between best practice of developing an SBCC program and realities on the ground; explore technological and design innovations; and consider what practitioners hope to see emerge on the horizon. PM is also interested in exploring how administrative, funding and organizational constraints influence the nature and scope of produced SBCC programs. All of this is done to help inform and improve SBCC productions for EatSafe and beyond.
The Journalist will work in close collaboration with PM, who has contacts across the SBCC world. You would be expected to interview some of PM’s contacts in addition to finding additional relevant persons to interview.