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Denmark-Copenhagen: Evaluation consultancy services
Section I: Contracting authority
Section II: Object
Final Evaluation, End Line and Learning (FEEL) Consultancy for MADAD
In December 2014, the European Commission launched the ‘EU Regional Trust Fund in Response to the Syrian crisis’ (known as the ‘MADAD’ Trust Fund) as a joint European response to the Syrian crisis and the pressure it places on Syria’s neighbours Funded under the EU Trust Fund, the Red Cross/Red Crescent (RC/RC) Action ‘Addressing vulnerabilities of refugees and host communities in 5 countries affected by the Syria Crisis’ provides a coherent, regional and coordinated response to the crisis following the Syria conflict with activities in Lebanon, Jordan, Egypt, Iraq and Turkey. Danish Red Cross has been overall responsible for all program coordination and are now seeking through a consultancy to do the final evaluation, end line and learning (FEEL).
Lebanon, Jordan, EGYPT, IRAQ and TURKEY.
Consultancy to perform the final evaluation, end line and learning (FEEL) to:
(i) evaluate the impact of the program, including its contribution to social cohesion in conflict affected communities and identify whether and how changes in social cohesion may have occurred;
(ii) measure the changes at objective level and map how these have occurred in the 5 countries.
(iii) harmonise and align the measurement of indicator 3.2 in all countries (RC/RC Host National Societies staff and volunteers who reported improved competence and confidence in reaching out to most vulnerable groups).
Are you are interested in hearing more?
If you are considering to prepare a bid to this process, please contact Tina Breum Mariegaard at firstname.lastname@example.org or +45 21770931 in order to obtain terms of reference for the exercise, logical framework of the action and dashboard with status figures as per Q3 2019 (most recent figures). You may also contact Tina Breum Mariegaard if you have any clarifying questions during your preparation of the bids. Please note that your questions and the replies will be made available to all candidates.
Deadline and details on the bid
We expect bidders to deliver the following:
— A technical proposal demonstrating the understanding of the TOR, an outline the phases, an outline of the suggested sampling method and methodologies as well as a tentative time frame for the exercise,
— an estimated total budget of the proposal incl. number of days price of any data programmes needed to conduct online surveys, etc.,
— CVs of the consultant(s).
Deadline for the bids is 13.2.2020 at 12.00 CET either by electronic mail or by courier services. Any proposals received later than this will not be considered.
“EU Regional Trust Fund in Response to the Syrian crisis” (known as the “MADAD” Trust Fund)
Are you are interested in hearing more? If you are considering to prepare a bid to this process, please contact Tina Breum Mariegaard at email@example.com or +45 21770931 in order to obtain terms of reference for the exercise, logical framework of the action and dashboard with status figures as per Q3 2019 (most recent figures).
Section III: Legal, economic, financial and technical information
Proposals will be assessed against the following criteria (not in prioritized order):
— prior work experience in field related to at least one of the programme's objectives,
— prior experience in undertaking regional and/or cross country studies (quantitative or qualitative),
— previous experience in the MENA region and/or Turkey,
— language skills in Arabic and Turkish,
— experience working in humanitarian or international development programming,
— long-standing and proven experience with M&E, results based management, Logframes and associated tools,
— solid methodological and research skills,
— demonstrated experience coordinating and working with partners,
— experience in RCRC,
— understanding of the ToR,
— understanding of working with the RC/RC team,
— ability to span over learning and evaluation,
— sampling method, methodology and tools
— further criteria may be added.
Section IV: Procedure
Assessment of proposals will take place end February with a view to select no later than 6.3.2020. The early phases of the feel are expected to start in late March 2020. We expect to conduct interviews via Skype/phone with candidates during the last week of February or the first week of March.
Section VI: Complementary information