Christian Aid is seeking the service of an independent Consultant to conduct an end-line evaluation for the BtB project

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Overview

  • Category : Baseline Consultancy
  • Posted Date : 10/29/2021
  • E-mail : Tkebede@christian-aid.org
  • Phone Number : 0115536850
  • Source : Reporter
  • Closing Date : 10/29/2021

Description

  Call for consultancy service to conduct Endline assessment for a project “Breaking the barriers: Promoting women entrepreneurship in sustainable energy value chains through innovative approaches”

Location: Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Honduras, and Malawi.

Background

Christian Aid exists to create a world where everyone can live a full life, free from poverty. We are a global movement of people, churches and local organisations who passionately champion dignity, equality and justice worldwide. We are the changemakers, the peacemakers, the mighty of heart.  Christian Aid in Ethiopia has three strategic priority areas. These are climate justice, Economic justice, humanitarian/resilience and addressing Gender and social inclusion as a cross cutting priority.

CA, with financial support from the European Union, is implementing a 4-year multi-country project called Breaking the Barriers (BtB). The project is being implemented in Burkina Faso, Ethiopia, Honduras, and Malawi. The project aims to increase rural women’s jobs and income in the Sustainable Energy (SE) sector, and thus promote gender equality; improving rural women’s working, living conditions and well-being through their access to SE Technologies (SET) and related sub-products and services; and strengthening women’s social status. To contribute to these overall objectives, the project has been striving to: (1) increase women’s production, marketing, and distribution of SE products and related services; (2) increase women’s use of SET and related services; and (3) improve the societal and institutional environment for women’s entrepreneurship in the SE sector.

Breaking the Barriers has established 201 Women Led Sustainable Energy Enterprises (WLSEEs) across the 4 countries. The WSEEs have been supported with financial support (70 percent grant, 25 percent loan, and 5 percent own contribution) to engage in innovative enterprises in the agricultural value chain and clean energy. In addition, the project has supported national and sub national advocacy platforms to promote Sustainable Energy Technologies and women’s role in the sector.

About the assignment

CA is seeking the service of an independent Consultant to conduct an end-line evaluation for the BtB project. The end -line evaluation is required to establish the higher-level outcomes and impact of the project on the baseline. Adopting a mixed-methods approach, the end-line evaluation will identify key results and uncover key learnings and make recommendations for future programming.

The assignment will require one overall evaluation team with consultants based in all 4 countries, and global consultant(s) coordinating the work in all 4 countries, in addition to the work at global level.

Expected profile of the lead consultant

The consultant firm is expected to hold the following qualifications to be eligible for this assignment:

  • A recognised advanced degree (for example MSc or PhD) in a relevant field in Agricultural and Applied Economics, Development Economics, Development Studies, Gender Studies, or related Social Science
  • Sound knowledge of major development issues, particularly renewable and sustainable energy, small and medium scale enterprise development, gender, and at least one consultant having knowledge of the local context of either of the 4 countries.
  • At least 5 years of consultancy experience in renewable and sustainable energy, small and medium scale enterprise development, inclusive markets, and gender issues both in organisations and in projects
  • Knowledge and ability to develop mobile data collection programs using KOBO, ONA, ODK, Survey CTO since data will be collected digitally
  • A demonstrated high level of professionalism and an ability to work independently and in high-pressure situations under tight deadlines.

Christian Aid is committed to providing a safe and trusted environment for every person connected to the work we do; and to preventing any type of unwanted behaviour including sexual harassment and exploitation, abuse, and financial misconduct. Any candidate offered a job with Christian Aid is expected to share and demonstrate our values and adhere to Christian Aid’s Safeguarding policy and sign Christian Aid’s Code of Conduct.

Mode of application

Potential consultants/consulting firm are invited to collect TOR for this assignment through email from EAgegn@christian-aid.org or EDesalegn@christian-aid.org

All eligible consultants interested to submit proposals should submit their applications with up-to-date CVs on or before the COB 22nd November 2021 via email to malawi-info@christian-aid.org

Please mention – ‘BtB Project End line Evaluation’ in the subject line

Please note:

  • Only shortlisted submissions will be called for discussions/interviews.
  • Cost-effectiveness and quality of proposal will be considered.
  • Incomplete submissions will not be reviewed.
  • Submissions from firms not demonstrating the required skills and experience will not be considered.
  • Christian Aid has zero-tolerance for fraud, corruption, and bribery

For clarification, please contact Tekaligne Kebede, Tkebede@christian-aid.org or Edelegnaw Agegn EAgegn@christian-aid.org

Address,

Christian Aid Ethiopia Office, Tel. +251 115 536850/1/2

Ethio-China Friendship Avenue, In front of Tebaber Berta Building

Wollo Sefer, Norwegian Church Aid Compound.

Addis Ababa

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