Evaluation tenders

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UNICEF Regional Office of South Asia
Closing date: Monday 26th October 2020
Contact for further information: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

“UNICEF is requesting proposal from interested agencies for the Strategic Positioning Evaluation of the UNICEF Afghanistan Country Programme 2015-2019. Bid documents are provided in the link below.

Council for Intellectual Disability
Closing date: COB Monday 19th October 2020
Contact for further information: Ruth Whereat, Manager Inclusion Projects - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The consultancy relates to the development of an M&E framework and tools to support project implementation, capturing project activities and outcomes. The work will be approximately 10 days over a 2 month period, ideally commencing in November 2020. This will include time with the team to learn about the project and team requirements and training of the team in using the products.

UNICEF
Closing date: Tuesday 20th October 2020

UNICEF is planning to roll out the Parenting for Child Development programme in additional districts and provinces compared to the pilot phase. The purpose of this evaluation is to inform the scale-up and institutionalization within the GoPNG of the P4CD program, which is planned for the remainder of the UNICEF – GoPNG country programme 2018-2022. It is paramount to validate these findings and identify areas of improvement and have rigorous evidence from pilot to scale.

The Whitelum Group
Closing date: Friday 16th October 2020
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Whitelum Group is seeking expressions of interest from an evaluation team leader, or small team to conduct a longitudinal evaluation of DFAT’s COVID-19 Pacific and Timor-Leste Preparedness Recovery NGO Partnership.

  • Timing: October 2020 – March 2022
  • Budget: Up to $200,000

Full details in EOI Terms of Reference are attached.

Background
Australia’s response to COVID-19 and concurrent natural disasters has been swift, with NGOs playing a key role. DFAT’s existing NGO funding mechanisms (chiefly the Australian Humanitarian Partnership, the Australian NGO Cooperation Program, Pacific Women and partnerships with the Australian Red Cross and the International Planned Parenthood Federation) enabled DFAT to provide flexible, multi-sector support, drawing on established relationships with local organisations and communities.

In addition, in June, the $25 million COVID-19 Pacific and Timor-Leste Preparedness and Recovery NGO Partnership was established (described in this document as the Partnership). This funding was allocated to the Australian Humanitarian Partnership (AHP), the Australian Red Cross (ARC) Pacific Women Shaping Pacific Development, and the International Planned Parenthood Federation (IPPF) and Sexual and Reproductive Health in Crisis and Post-Crisis Situation (SPRINT) initiatives to be implemented over an 18-month period. This $25M COVID-19 Pacific and Timor-Leste Preparedness and Recovery NGO Partnership is the focus of this evaluation.

Orana
Closing date: Friday 16th October 2020
Contact for further information: Sheryl Boniface - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or 0455947674

Volunteerability is inviting tenders for the evaluation of a new NDIA ILC funded project aiming to create more inclusive communities for people with disability through volunteering. Based in South Australia, the project is hoping to promote inclusivity by utilising opportunities within volunteering. The program will run until February 2023.

We are looking for a process and outcome evaluation. This will include reviewing the effectiveness, efficiency, appropriateness and sustainable impact of the program in utilising volunteering to increase inclusion for people with disability. It will also provide recommendations and learnings for future consideration.

We will be looking to appoint an evaluator by the end of October although the majority of the data collection will occur in 2021 and 2022.

The two major project deliverables are to provide an interim report to be delivered in September 2021 and a final report in March 2023.

Further information can be found in the RFQ below in Further Information. A draft program logic and evaluation plan can be provided by request.