The main study objective is to determine the cost-effectiveness of different intensities of SBCC intervention in a malaria-endemic region of Mozambique. The study will be implemented under the Mozambique Monitoring and Evaluation Mechanism and Services contract, with funding from PMI.
The Principal Investigator will provide technical leadership for the study, including the design and implementation of the methodologies to be applied at field level, overseeing data quality gathered at field level, providing analysis and leading report writing. They will have primary responsibility for the overall completion of activities and deliverables and guide the efforts of the co-investigators, field study and support team. The PI will report to the MMEMS Senior Evaluation Officer and to PMI Resident Advisor, who will serve as the primary point of contact with PMI and provide oversight and quality control over the study. The duration of this project is 90 days.