LSC hubs is looking for a mid-term evaluator
Date: May 10, 2023 Author: Hermine ten Hove (WCDI)
Call for Expressions of Interest to review the programme
LSC Hubs is looking for an experienced evaluator to carry out a Mid-Term Review (MTR) of the project. This MTR will look back in order to look forward and is primarily geared towards learning, steering and the improvement of the implementation of activities. The results, furthermore, feed into the reflection on the project outcomes and results which are the basis for quality improvements and scaling. The findings and concrete recommendations of this MTR are additionally meant to feed into the reflection on the Theory of Change (ToC) of the project.
The evaluation can be conducted by an individual evaluator or by a team of evaluators. The evaluators and affiliated organisations must not have been involved in the design or implementation of the project and must have no interest in the evaluation’s outcome (see IOB quality criteria evaluations).
The summary profile of the expert is as follows (see the Terms of Reference for more detail):
- Proven experience in conducting evaluations of large, multi-annual development projects and/or programmes;
- Able to work with local translators provided by the National Partners and to reflect on translators’ and own biases.
- Proven experience with participatory, qualitative methodologies;
- Ability to write concise, readable and analytical reports;
- Educational background or experience in (a combination) of the following topics: agriculture, climate adaptation and/or mitigation, LSC-information systems;
- Experience in at least one of the implementation countries (Ethiopia, Kenya and/or Rwanda) is mandatory. Experience in all countries will be an added advantage.
The MTR consultant or MTR team leader is requested to complete the Expression of Interest (EoI) form that is attached to the ToR and submit it to: Mr Frank van Weert (email@example.com), project manager of DeSIRA LSC-IS by 24 May 2023.
Download the terms of reference here