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Consultant Terms of Reference: Not Just for Kick (NJFK) Project Baseline Qualitative Data Analysis


Right To Play Thailand Foundation


Right To Play is a global organization committed to improving the lives of children and youth affected by conflict, disease and poverty. Established in 2000, Right To Play has pioneered a unique play-based approach to learning and development which focuses on quality education, life skills, health, gender equality, child protection and building peaceful communities. With programming in over 20 countries, Right To Play transforms the lives of more than one million children each week using play and sports, both inside and outside of the classroom. In addition to our work with children, Right To Play advocates with parents, local communities, and governments to advance the fundamental rights of all children.

Right To Play is headquartered in Toronto, Canada and has been operational in Thailand since 2002.


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Not Just for Kick (NJFK) Project




Right To Play’s strategic aims and objectives is to use sport and play to educate and empower children and youths facing adversity. Sport and play is used as a means for learning and life skill development to enhance the quality of education, transform health practices and build peaceful communities.


City Football Foundation supports Right To Play’s ‘Not Just for Kicks’ project in Thailand since 2018, to support city youth to uplift themselves and their peers through the global language of football.


The Not Just for Kicks project provides access to safe play spaces and develop youth leaders who harness the power of football to support the positive and healthy development of young people.

With communities, Right To Play (RTP) rehabilitated a number of existing play spaces within Bangkok to provide safe and accessible areas for young people to play football and other games. The spaces are also used for project activity delivery and become areas that youths will manage on behalf of their local communities during and beyond the life of the project.


A cohort of youths from the target areas are trained as youth leaders to lead their peers in football-based learning activities and use of Reflect-Connect-Apply (RCA) to develop life skills. Specific football games/drills will be tailored to teach communication, teamwork, leadership, problem solving, and conflict resolution skills. At the end of a game youth leaders use RCA, which involves youths reflecting on what they learned in the game, connecting this to their wider life experiences and thinking about how to apply the learning in similar situations, or to benefit others.


In each play space, youth leaders and RTP deliver football sessions to youths twice a week. Football is used to facilitate participatory learning to improve life skill development that can prevent participation in crime and anti-social behaviour.


Program Overview:

Project Name:

Not Just for Kicks (NJFK) Project

Project Goal:

Provide access to safe play spaces and develop youth leaders who harness the power of football to support the positive and healthy development of young people

Focus Areas

Life skills development and professional football skill development.


Through football skills development and training, youth in targeted communities can be participated learning to improve life skills that can prevent participation in crime and anti-social behaviour.


(1)    Reduced crime

(2)    More young leaders


Target Geographies / Location:

(1) Rama IX Urban Community in Bangkok

(2) Suan Ploo Urban Community in Bangkok


Target Beneficiaries:

(By the end of year 2018)

·        Total number of Children and Youth beneficiaries: 650

·        Age range (youngest – oldest): 12 – 24 years

·        % male participants: 60%

·        % female participants: 40%

·        % participants with a disability: 5%

·        % participants from a low income background: 90%

·        % school age participants who are out of school: 30%

Full Project Timeline

January 1, 2018 – December 31, 2019




NJFK project is currently almost at the mid-phase of its implementation. The main aim of the consultancy is to systematically analyze qualitative data, earlier collected, as for a baseline of the project and to see progress and achievements so far.


Specific objectives and key data analysis:

The specific objectives of the systematically qualitative data analysis are to know in deeper details about following topics:


  1. How do physical places within targeted communities influence overall life skills development (which is delivered through life skills development and football skills development activities) of the children and youth in targeted communities. Are those places being a support and/or challenge factor for life skills development and to what extent?
  2. How do children and youth in targeted communities perceive their life skills during Right To Play’s intervention and how would they improve this? This should report in both quantitative aspect (e.g. self-rating score) and qualitative aspect (finding from observation).
  3. Develop concrete recommendations for the next stage of the project implementation.
  4. Stimulate learning and reflection among Right To Play and youth groups, including from what has or hasn’t worked so far.
  5. What actions are or need to be taken to ensure sustained benefits for children and young people beyond the project lifetime?



  1. Ensure all raw qualitative data are well gathered and consolidated then analyze from following child and youth participatory data collection tools:
    • The “Social Mapping” tool.
    • The “Walking Tour” tool
    • The “Spidergram” tool
    • The “River of Life” tool
  2. Actively participate in regular meetings with Right To Play staff, consulting on outline of analysis work and timeframe, discussing results and findings and agreed recommended follow-up actions.
  3. Depending on the consultant’s work plan, collaborate and coordinate with Right To Play staff to manage data gathering and consolidation process as well as data validation for data set that needed.
  4. Systematically manage and work on interpretation and triangulation of the data in a logic manner. This includes quality assuring of the analysis results.
  5. Compile a comprehensive first draft of analysis report based on the findings according to the format agreed with Right To Play staff.
  6. Prepare and submit final analysis report to Right To Play staff, including:
    • Conduct de-briefing meeting with Right To Play staff at the Right To Play office;
  1. Prepare a final slide deck of the summary of the report findings for sharing internally and with relevant stakeholders.



Consultant have to work closely with Assistant Program Manager (APM) of Life Skills Development program, Project Officer (PO), and Field Facilitator (FF) of the NJFK project to ensure that all raw data are consolidate and were used for analysis. Consultant have to ensure that all triangulation and interpretation approach to be used for data analysis are informed to/ consulted with/ and agreed by all Right To Play parties mentioned earlier.



The analysis work will be conducted as soon as possible between November and December 2018. The final analysis report is expected to submit to Right To Play by end of December 2018. Specific level of effort for the consultant will be based on the agreed work plan that will be finalized with the contract.






Application Submission Deadline

November 15, 2018

Contract Awarded

November 16, 2018

Inception Meeting

November 20, 2018

Submission of First Draft of Programme Evaluation Report

December 20, 2018

Submission of Final Programme Evaluation Report

December 28, 2018



The consultant will report to MEL Officer/MEL Coordinator and APM of Life Skills Development program and PO of the NJFK project.



  • Demonstrated 2-5 years’ experience in quantitative and qualitative data analysis;
  • Demonstrated experience in developing qualitative data quality protocols and qualitative data interpretation and analysis;
  • Knowledge and experience with child and youth development and/or life-skill development programs will be a strong advantage;
  • Research experience working with children and youth from vulnerable communities will be a strong advantage;
  • Fluency in English and Thai;
  • Ability to produce high quality work under tight timeframes.



Consultants that meet the requirements should submit expression of interest, which should include the following:

  • Cover letter including the consultant’s suitability for the assignment and current contact information;
  • CV including contact details of 2 referees.
  • Detailed budget breakdown based on expected daily rates and initial work plan;
  • Initial draft of the proposed work plan in Gantt chart style.


Deadline to submit the expression of interest is 12:00 Noon (GMT+7) 15 November 2018.

Applications will be sent to “” titled “NJFK qualitative baseline data analysis – Consultant Name”.

Contact :

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