This is an unusual opportunity to evaluate and extract learning and replication potential from 12 years of sequential interventions in three communities using a range of methods.

This evaluation is not linked to the end of any one project, contract or donor support. Instead, it is a separately funded and commissioned review of a sustained series of programmes over more than a decade.  This will offer both opportunities and challenges.  We are not interested in a formulaic exercise that ticks donors’ boxes or is accountable to either beneficiaries or donors; the main point of the exercise – although this may be an unusual activity – is to capture elements of impact.  We are looking for a thoughtful, insightful, challenging and future looking report that extracts kernels of good practice or learning about better practice, both within the programme context but also considering the potential for replication of such practice across much of Africa.

How to apply

If you are interested in being considered for this opportunity, please send the following to by 1 March 2017:

  • Cover letter indicating relevant experience and knowledge and how you or the team meet the candidate requirements;
  • Upto 3 page indicative methodology and budget for the evaluation including plans for country visits – an inception plan will be produced later. This should include a brief discussion of your assessment of the major challenges as well as opportunities that result from this atypical evaluation brief;
  • Examples of at least 2 completed evaluations that had similar intended purposes or contents and 2 references who can comment on this or similar work;
  • Brief CV(s) of key personnel highlighting relevant experience (max 4 pages per team member)

Download the full Terms of Reference for this position – Voice Project Evaluator TOR FINAL

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