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Australian Red Cross
Deadline: Wednesday 27th March 2019
Contact for further information: Biljana at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. , or David at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

This is the final evaluation of the Building Resilient Communities in Mongolia project implemented since October 2015. The main goal of the program is to support MRCS to build resilient communities in Mongolia, a country that is prone to natural disasters and hazards. This evaluation aims to assess whether the project has been successful in;

  • Reducing the impact of disasters on vulnerable communities through effective risk reduction and resilience programs
  • Ensuring that communities have been empowered and built resilience through this program and;
  • To make recommendations on how MRCS should proceed in the coming years to support and build community resilience

The evaluation will focus on the three expected outcomes of the project: Outcome 1: Increased capacity of Mongolian Red Cross Society (MRCS) to respond to emergencies and disasters; Outcome 2: Strengthened community resilience through risk mitigation activities across 21 provinces (winter shelter support and community-based fire-fighting team); Outcome 3: Improved capacity of MRCS at all levels

This evaluation aims at providing an overview of the progress against outcomes to Mongolian Red Cross Society and Australian Red Cross.

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Australian Red Cross
Deadline: Friday 29th March 2019
Contact for further information: please refer to the Terms of Reference attached below or contact Anastasia Kaldi +61 3 8327 7966 or via email on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Australian Red Cross (ARC) is looking for an experienced evaluation consultant for the end-of-project evaluation for the DFAT funded, Tonga Disaster Management Program (DM). The DM program is implemented by Tonga Red Cross Society (TRCS) in partnership with ARC. It is a three year project (2016 -2019)

TRCS has clearly defined roles in the Tonga Government’s disaster management plan, conducting disaster management training at the community level and assisting in post disaster assessment. This project aims to improve the disaster management capacity of TRCS at branch and head quarter level as well as raise the awareness of communities to disaster risks, deliver training in emergency response and pre-position non-food items around the country. During an emergency this allows TRCS to respond quickly to disasters including undertaking assessments to distribute items as well as (with support of a volunteer base) provide psychological first aid (PFA) emergency shelter and advice.

The evaluation should serve as an assessment of the impact and change of the project and assessment of the quality of its approaches, and also to support TRCS to plan Disaster Management programming into the future. In this sense, it is an assessment of past practice, but should have also have a strong focus on program sustainability, and improvement into the future.

For further information about this role please refer to the Terms of Reference.




Australian Red Cross
Deadline: Tuesday 26th March 2019
Contact for further information: please refer to the Terms of Reference attached below or contact Anastasia Kaldi +61 3 8327 7966 or via email on This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

Australian Red Cross (ARC) is looking for an experienced evaluation consultant for the end-of-project evaluation for the DFAT funded, Cook Islands Community Based Health (CBH) Program. The CBH program is implemented by Cook Islands Red Cross Society (CIRCS) in partnership with ARC and aims to build resilience to disease and improve health outcomes for individuals and communities in the Cook Islands. This project supports CIRCS to address the health needs of communities by enhancing the quality and reach of their community-based health work, while simultaneously developing staff and volunteer skills in health promotion and behaviour change communication.

For further information about this role please refer to the Terms of Reference


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Australian Volunteers Program
Deadline: Friday 8th March 2019 at 13:00pm AEDT.
Contact for further information: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

The Australian Volunteers Program is conducting a review of its current disability-inclusion approach and initiatives. In consultation with key stakeholders, this review aims to revise and develop disability-inclusion guidelines, policies and resources. We are seeking a specialist or team of specialists with expertise in developing disability and inclusion programs and foreign aid and/or volunteering.

Details of the evaluation are in the Terms of Reference. Tender specifications are in the Request for Quotation. Both documents can be downloaded via the following link: https://www.tenders.net/tender?id=1054280 


 

Cardno
Deadline: Thursday 21st March 2019
Contact for further information: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Any questions about the requirements of the activity or tender should be sent by email to the address above before Thursday 14th March 2019. 

The Justice Services and Stability for Development Program (JSS4D) is a four-year program funded by the Government of Australia (GoA) in partnership with the Government of Papua New Guinea (GoPNG) to support the Papua New Guinea law and justice sector’s goal of a ‘just, safe and secure society for all’.

JSS4D has four broad outcomes that aim to create safer and more secure communities; strengthen law and justice services; address family and sexual violence; and confront corruption.

JSS4D requires an independent evaluation of selected infrastructure work completed under the JSS4D program to assess its impact upon access to law and justice services and improved service delivery for women, men, girls and boys in PNG. The evaluation will be a critical informant for future project support to infrastructure activities.

It is anticipated the study will require up to 100 days of input including design, data collection, analysis and report writing. Regular verbal and written reports to inform JSS4D and GoA of the progress and outcomes of the study will be required. The study is expected to commence in second quarter 2019 and be completed by the end of third quarter 2019.

The full Request for Tender (RFT) can be download from https://www.cardno.com/media/3977/evaluation-consultancy-constructing-facilities-to-strengthen-legal-services-in-png.docx 

Cardno is committed to child protection and safeguarding the welfare of children in the delivery of our international development programs. Recruitment and selection procedures reflect this commitment and may include relevant criminal record checks.


 

Queensland Department of Innovation, Tourism Industry Development and the Commonwealth Games
Deadline: Monday 4th March 2019
Contact for further information: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

For full details on the tender including how to apply please go to Q-Tenders: https://www.hpw.qld.gov.au/qtenders/tender/display/tender-details.do?CSRFNONCE=CD5CEF19E08A1E59D6DD1ABD3A7F6567&id=26801&action=display-tender-details


 

Queensland Department of Innovation, Tourism Industry Development and the Commonwealth Games
Deadline: Monday 4th March 2019
Contact for further information: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

For full details on the tender including how to apply please go to Q-Tenders: https://www.hpw.qld.gov.au/qtenders/tender/display/tender-details.do?CSRFNONCE=CD5CEF19E08A1E59D6DD1ABD3A7F6567&id=26800&action=display-tender-details


 

 

Cardno Emerging Markets
Deadline: Tuesday 12th March 2019
Contact for further information: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
Any questions about the requirements of the activity or tender should be sent by email to the address above before Tuesday 5 March 2019

The Justice Services and Stability for Development Program (JSS4D) is a four-year program funded by the Government of Australia (GoA) in partnership with the Government of Papua New Guinea (GoPNG) to support the Papua New Guinea law and justice sector’s goal of a ‘just, safe and secure society for all’.

JSS4D has four broad outcomes that aim to create safer and more secure communities; strengthen law and justice services; address family and sexual violence; and confront corruption.

JSS4D requires a short-term independent evaluation of the Ombudsman Commission and Police Oversight Program. The purpose of the evaluation is to document the background and progress of the Oversight Program; its achievements; and to assess the contribution of GoA to better inform work in this area.

It is anticipated the study will require up to 60 days of input including design, data collection, analysis and report writing. Regular verbal and written reports to inform JSS4D and the Government of Australia (GoA) of the progress and outcomes of the study will be required. The study is expected to commence in the second quarter 2019 and completed by the end of third quarter 2019. Innovatory data collection methods and analysis of data are encouraged.

The full Request for Tender (RFT) can be download from https://www.cardno.com/media/3944/ombudsman-commission-and-police-oversight-program-rft.docx 

Proposals should be submitted to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 12.00 noon AEST Tuesday 12 March 2019. Applications should be submitted via the Cardno website - https://clientapps.jobadder.com/41217/cardno/3264658


 

Global Green Growth Institute
Deadline: Monday 4th March 2019
Contact for further information: https://in-tendhost.co.uk/gggi/aspx/ProjectManage/115 

The Global Green Growth Institute (GGGI) is an intergovernmental organization established in 2012 to support countries to pursue a model of economic development known as ‘green growth’, which aims to simultaneously promote economic growth, social inclusion and environmental sustainability.

GGGI is commissioning an independent evaluation of its Colombia Green Growth Program, funded by Norway's Ministry of Foreign Affairs, to be conducted in the first half of 2019. The purpose of this evaluation is to identify lessons from the current phase of the program (2017-19) and give recommendations to strengthen the implementation and outcomes of a potential future phase.

GGGI is now seeking proposals from suitably qualified organizations to conduct the independent evaluation.

For further details on this evaluation assignment and instructions on how to submit a proposal, please visit: https://in-tendhost.co.uk/gggi/aspx/ProjectManage/115


 

The Ian Potter Foundation
Deadline: Monday 1st April 2019
Contact for further information: Squirrel Main This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

The Ian Potter Foundation is a major Australian philanthropic foundation that supports and promotes excellence and innovation. Since 1964, The Ian Potter Foundation has contributed over $200 million to thousands of projects that respond decisively to key issues and develop our creativity and capacity as a nation.

Based in Melbourne, the Foundation makes grants nationally to support charitable organisations that encompass a broad range of endeavours, including:

  • Arts
  • Community Wellbeing (e.g., employment for marginalised youth, people with disabilities)
  • Education (early childhood)
  • Environment & Science (biodiversity, land and water management)
  • Health & Medical Research

While each program area has its own grant-making priorities and objectives, the Foundation’s general principles are to fund prevention rather than cure, and to support and encourage excellence. We also look for innovative solutions and ideas, and assess the long-term sustainability of the projects we support.

As such, many of the projects that we fund are evaluated, and often grantees approach us enquiring for evaluators. To this end, we are issuing our annual call for evaluators interested in being listed in The Ian Potter Foundation’s Evaluator Pool (TIPFEP). We use TIPFEP to recommend evaluators to our grantees with the objective of producing high-quality evaluation reports that will lead to projects leveraging ongoing funding (from government, social enterprise or other foundations). While we welcome applications across all our areas, current needs are particularly high for art evaluations as well as the skill of capacity building (e.g., running trainings and/or working alongside grantees).

Cardno
Deadline: 12.00 noon AEST Friday 15th March 2019
Contact for further information: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.  
Any questions about the requirements of the activity or tender should be sent by email to the address above before before Friday 8th March 2019.

The Justice Services and Stability for Development Program (JSS4D) is a four-year program funded by the Government of Australia (GoA) in partnership with the Government of Papua New Guinea (GoPNG) to support the Papua New Guinea law and justice sector’s goal of a ‘just, safe and secure society for all’.

JSS4D has four broad outcomes that aim to create safer and more secure communities; strengthen law and justice services; address family and sexual violence; and confront corruption.

The JSS4D outcome of addressing family and sexual violence is a key development priority for both GoPNG and GoA. A critical activity in responding to family and sexual violence are functioning and effective referral pathways to assist survivors of violence. JSS4D has been very active in this area supporting training, workshops and providing technical advice to law and justice sector agencies, non-government and faith-based organisations and the private sector.

GoA and JSS4D are interested in funding a range of independent evaluation studies in 2019 to better understand the effectiveness of Australia’s contribution to improved law and justice services. The purpose of this study is to assess the effectiveness of the referral pathways and the contribution of JSS4D to strengthening the pathways.

The full Request for Tender (RFT) can be downloaded from http://bit.ly/2FTiuil 
Proposals should be submitted to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 12.00 noon AEST Friday 15th March 2019.


 

Cardno
Deadline: 12.00 noon AEST Friday 15th March 2019.
Contact for further information: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 
Any questions about the requirements of the activity or tender should be sent by email to the address above before Friday, 8th March 2019.

The Justice Services and Stability for Development Program (JSS4D) is a four-year program funded by the Government of Australia (GoA) in partnership with the Government of Papua New Guinea (GoPNG) to support the Papua New Guinea law and justice sector’s goal of a ‘just, safe and secure society for all’.

JSS4D has four broad outcomes that aim to create safer and more secure communities; strengthen law and justice services; address family and sexual violence; and confront corruption.

A major focus of JSS4D, related to safer and more secure communities, are activities designed to strengthen the operation, effectiveness and efficiency of village court functions in six priority provinces and the Autonomous Region of Bougainville (AROB). JSS4D supports the Village Courts and Land Mediation Secretariat (VCLMS) in a range of activities including:

  • policy and planning support and strengthening coordination between key stakeholders;
  • awareness activities to increase citizen understanding of rights and the availability of support services;
  • training of Village Court Officials (VCOs);
  • empowering women magistrates and women officials;
  • training for Land Mediators;
  • development of training materials;
  • inspections of village courts to improve the quality of services;
  • strengthening operations in law and justice agencies; and
  • developing service charters that indicate the rights and obligations of all stakeholders.

JSS4D requires a short-term independent evaluation of village courts and land mediation in selected provinces.

The full Request for Tender (RFT) can be downloaded from http://bit.ly/2FSz8yF

Proposals should be submitted to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 12.00 noon AEST Friday 15th March 2019.


 

Cardno
Deadline: 12.00 noon AEST Friday 15th March 2019
Contact for further information:  This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.
Any questions about the requirements of the activity or tender should be sent by email to the address above before Friday 8th March 2019.

The Justice Services and Stability for Development Program (JSS4D) is a four-year program funded by the Government of Australia (GoA) in partnership with the Government of Papua New Guinea (GoPNG) to support the Papua New Guinea law and justice sector’s goal of a ‘just, safe and secure society for all’.

JSS4D has four broad outcomes that aim to create safer and more secure communities; strengthen law and justice services; address family and sexual violence; and confront corruption.

The JSS4D outcome of addressing Family and Sexual Violence (FSV) is a key development priority for both GoPNG and GoA. JSS4D works with and/or provides complementary support to other Australian funded programs working in the law and justice sector including the Australian Federal Police (AFP) through the PNG-Australia Policing Partnership and the Attorney General’s Department (AGD).

GoA and JSS4D are seeking a Researcher or Research team to undertake an independent study of FSV related cases from the point of initial reporting through to the conclusion of cases that would include the number and type of cases reported, timeliness of reporting and processing and investigation and prosecution outcomes.

The full Request for Tender (RFT) can be downloaded from http://bit.ly/2FWLINq

Proposals should be submitted to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. by 12.00 noon AEST Friday 15 March 2019.