The Dutch Relief Alliance requires a final evaluation to assess the appropriateness and effectiveness of response activities and to document and share lessons learned.

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Overview

  • Category : Baseline Consultancy
  • Posted Date : 04/17/2022
  • E-mail : procurementET@cordaid.org
  • Source : Reporter
  • Closing Date : 04/29/2022

Description

TERMS OF REFERENCE(TOR)

Final Evaluation

Dutch Relief Alliance Ethiopia/Tigray Joint Response

Project name Ethiopia Tigray Joint Response (ETJR)
Project Countries and locations Ethiopia (Tigray and Amhara)
Lead organization Cordaid
Joint Response Partners Cordaid, Tearfund, SOS, SV/IRC, ZOA, SCI
Project duration 16 months (04/02/2021 – 31/05/2022)

The Ethiopia Tigray Joint Response (ETJR) is a project of the Dutch Relief Alliance funded by the Netherlands Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA). While the Dutch Relief Alliance has 14 partners, 6 selected partners take place in this response: Cordaid, Save the Children, SOS, Stichting Vluchteling (SV) / IRC, Tearfund, and ZOA. Cordaid is the lead organization.

The key objective of the Ethiopia Tigray Joint Response was to provide life-saving assistance to people facing severe acute needs. The intervention targeted the most vulnerable HHs, aiming to improve direct access to food, WASH, health, nutrition, and shelter, as well as protection and Multipurpose Cash (MPC). Partners worked in rural as well as urban areas, depending on the locally identified needs. Cluster, SPHERE, CHS standards were followed.

The Dutch Relief Alliance requires a final evaluation to assess the appropriateness and effectiveness of response activities and to document and share lessons learned. The final evaluation will build on the results of the Rapid Real-Time Review which the report including conclusions and recommendations.

The objective of the evaluation is to provide a comprehensive assessment of the results of the ETJR acute response. The evaluation is conducted to learn from the implementation and to ensure downward and upward accountability. The ETJR, led by Cordaid, is now looking to engage a consultant to conduct the final evaluation.

How To Apply

Interested candidates should submit a proposal(both technical and financial) via email at procurementET@cordaid.org before or on April 29, 2022, at 4:00 pm. Interested applicants must request full ToR to the above email with the subject “Final Evaluation for ETJR” with their valid trade registration and TIN certificate.  

Applicants should provide: 

  1. A summary of the proposed approach to the evaluation work of no more than two pages.
  2. Updated Curriculum Vitae and firm profile (if applicable) highlighting similar evaluation studies, year, and name of the contracting agency.
  • A copy of a report on similar recent work.
  1. Indicative budget.