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Australian National University
Closing date: Friday 7th February 2020
Contact for further information: Susan Ward - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

The IDM Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Framework is structured around five key areas of investigation, or evaluation domains. This particular evaluation will assess the effectiveness of the country study conducted in Indonesia, particularly in the development of a robust measure of poverty that is gender-sensitive and multidimensional, and how best uses of the IDM have been identified through testing (including relevance and performance for marginalised minorities). It will also assess the effectiveness of the collaborations, partnerships and networks utilised within Indonesia, to provide insights into the effectiveness in preparation and conduct of the research, and to the dissemination of results. It should identify the key reasons for any successes or failures, and provide comment on broader implications and recommendations about how future studies might learn and improve from the Indonesia experience.

The final report output will also inform a separate whole of IDM Program end-line evaluation meta-analysis report.

The scope of this evaluation is limited to the evaluation of the IDM study conducted in RSA. 

Submissions to be sent electronically to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

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Australian National University
Closing date: Friday 31st January 2020
Contact for further information: Susan Ward - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

The IDM Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning Framework is structured around five key areas of investigation, or evaluation domains. This particular evaluation will assess the effectiveness of the country study conducted in Indonesia, particularly in the development of a robust measure of poverty that is gender-sensitive and multidimensional, and how best uses of the IDM have been identified through testing (including relevance and performance for marginalised minorities). It will also assess the effectiveness of the collaborations, partnerships and networks utilised within Indonesia, to provide insights into the effectiveness in preparation and conduct of the research, and to the dissemination of results. It should identify the key reasons for any successes or failures, and provide comment on broader implications and recommendations about how future studies might learn and improve from the Indonesia experience.

The final report output will also inform a separate whole of IDM Program end-line evaluation meta-analysis report.

The scope of this evaluation is limited to the evaluation of the IDM study conducted in Indonesia. 

Submissions to be sent electronically to: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

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The Fred Hollows Foundation
Deadline: Monday 10th February 2020
Contact for further information: Maud Mukova-Moses - This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The Fred Hollows Foundation (The Foundation) is a secular non-profit public health organisation based in Australia, which was founded in 1992 by eminent eye surgeon Professor Fred Hollows. The Foundation focuses on strengthening eye health systems and the treatment and prevention of avoidable blindness caused by Cataract, Trachoma, Diabetic Retinopathy, and Refractive Error. The Foundation operates in more than 20 countries across Australia, The Pacific, South and South East Asia, and Africa. The Foundation was named The Australian Charity of the Year 2013 in the inaugural Australian Charity Awards.

The Foundation is committed to understanding and continually improving the effectiveness of its programs. Project evaluation plays an important role in supporting that commitment, through generating evidence and learning that can be used to improve project design and implementation. In order for the potential of evaluation to be realised, it is important that the evaluation system supports both learning and the use of evaluation results, and ensures the quality of evaluation processes and products.

We are seeking a consultant(s) to conduct a review of our evaluation practice and lessons from recent evaluations.

Scope:
Informed by learning from the 2015 meta-evaluation, the proposed review seeks to:

  1. Draw on best practice approaches to evaluation, and review and revise The Foundation’s evaluation standards. These revised standards will be used in the later phases of the project to assess the quality and appropriateness of current evaluation practice.
  2. Draw on best practice approaches to evaluation, identify the key characteristics of effective evaluation systems. The results of this review of evidence will be used in later phases of the project to identify opportunities to strengthen The Foundation’s evaluation system.
  3. Assess current evaluation practice (design, commissioning and utilisation). This will include assessing changes since the 2014-2015 meta-evaluation, and generation of recommendations to further improve The Foundation’s evaluation system.
  4. Identify common themes in recent evaluations that should inform the Foundation’s ongoing program quality improvement efforts. This will include providing a summary of key lessons emerging from a thematic review of evaluations conducted between 2015 and 2019, and recommendations for enhancement of program guidance.

How to apply:
For detailed Terms of Reference and information on how to apply please, visit our website http://www.hollows.org/au/careers/current-vacancies 

The Fred Hollows Foundation is committed to protecting the rights of children in all areas where we work. Applicants are advised that The Foundation reserves the right to conduct police checks and other screening procedures to ensure we maintain and promote a child safe environment.

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UN Women
Deadline: Thursday 30th January 2020
Contact for further information: This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 

UN Women and the Timor-Leste Ministry of Interior are looking at recruiting a service provider to support in the Final Evaluation of the National Action Plan on UNSCR 1325 on Women, Peace and Security (2016-2020) from the Government of Timor-Leste.

For applying and details kindly follow the link: https://www.ungm.org/Public/Notice/102600 

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