The UNICEF and UNFPA Evaluation Offices plan to jointly commission an evaluability assessment of the UNFPA-UNICEF Global Programme to Accelerate Action to End Child Marriage. An evaluability assessment is an exercise to determine the overall readiness of the programme to be evaluated in a reliable and credible fashion and check the coherence and logic of the programme.
Well-being and Sustainable Development – New Frontiers in Evaluation
6-9 June 2017
CALL FOR CONTRIBUTIONS
The Community of Evaluators – South Asia (CoE-SA), in collaboration with the Gross National Happiness Commission of Nepal and the Evaluation Association of Bhutan will be holding the 4th Evaluation Conclave in Thimpu, Bhutan from 6 – 9 June 2017 (both days inclusive).
Contributions are invited from interested individuals/groups/Organisations for the following events:
6 - 7 June 2017: Pre-conclave workshops focussing on building skills in evaluation
8 9 June 2017: Conclave focussing on sharing experiences on evaluations
The Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights is looking for two external consultants to conduct the evaluation of OHCHR's Support to Legislation in Conformity with International Standards. The evaluation will be undertaken between February and August 2017 and missions to OHCHR Headquarters and field locations for documentary review and interviews with stakeholders are envisaged.
UNICEF is seeking Expressions of Interest (EOIs) from institutions for the provision of services to conduct an independent Outcome Evaluation of the Capacity Development Partnership Fund (CDPF) Phase II.
The evaluation is scheduled for implementation from July to December 2017. It is foreseen that the evaluation will be carried out by a team of four consultants with strong background in evaluation and relevant subject matter expertise.
Call for proposals for the first stand-alone external evaluation of the UNESCO Science Report (USR). The evaluation will take place early in 2017. This will enable UNESCO’s Natural Sciences Sector (SC) to make any recommended adjustments to the USR in time to be able to incorporate them into the planning for the next Programme and Budget, for the period 2018-2021, which will be approved in late 2017.
UPDATED November 28, 2016:
We have since received queries and request for clarifications from potential bidders regarding this RFP. Please view our answers here.
UNICEF (ESARO) in Nairobi is inviting proposals from reputable institutions for institutional consultancy for End Project Review for "Improving child nutrition in four countries in Sub-Saharan Africa. (Burundi,Ethiopia,Mozambique & Rwanda)