Date de publication : 27/07/2020
Date limite de remise des offres : 10/08/2020
SOLIDARITÉS INTERNATIONAL is looking for a Final External Project Evaluation Provider.
The LEARN Consortium is a partnership between four (4) International Non-Governmental Organizations (INGOs). A two-year program (10/2018 – 9/2020) funded through a Cooperative Agreement by the Office of Foreign Disaster Assistance (OFDA), it leverages the respective expertise from the four implementing partners to deliver Health, Shelter and WASH services to Internally Displaced Persons and other vulnerable people in North-East Syria (NES).
The purpose of the evaluation is to assess the overall success of project outcomes, measuring the effectiveness of partner-specific as well as integrated interventions. The evaluation findings will be disseminated for use by the LEARN partner organizations, the donor and other relevant stakeholders such as working groups, local authorities and communities.
Detailed TOR can be downloaded here.
SOLIDARITÉS INTERNATIONAL invites consultants to apply for the provision of services as described above. Interested consultants must submit a Cover Letter outlining their financial offer (daily rate with clarifications on other cost covering expectations), proposal to meet the ToR, scheduling and CVs of key evaluation team members (Lead evaluator, Sector experts) providing information on their capacity and experience showing that they are qualified for the services.
Interested consultants may express their interest by sending an email to the following address: email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org by end of 10 August 2020 (UTC+3) and expressly mentioning « LEARN Final Evaluation Consultancy»
A short list of consultants will be established after the call for expressions of interest and the consultation will follow the rules and procedures of SOLIDARITÉS INTERNATIONAL for the use of Consultants. The interest shown by a Consultant does not imply any obligation on the part of SOLIDARITÉS INTERNATIONAL for inclusion in the short list.