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Request for proposals - Evaluation of UNICEF Reponse to Hurricane Matthew in Haiti | RFP #9134583

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  • UNICEF

UNITED NATIONS CHILDREN’S FUND (UNICEF)

Wishes to invite eligible firms to submit a proposal to:

EVALUATE UNICEF’S RESPONSE TO HURRICANE MATTHEW IN HAITI

SEALED Proposals must be received at the following address before 17:00 pm on Friday, October 27, 2017

Attention:
BID SECTION
UNICEF Haiti Office
17 Rue Armand Holly, Debussy
Port-au-Prince, Haiti

 

Corporate Thematic Evaluation of UN Women’s contribution to Governance and National Planning

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  • United Nations
  • UN Women

Type of notice: Request for proposal
Title: Corporate Thematic Evaluation of UN Women’s contribution to Governance and National Planning fully reflecting accountability for gender equality commitments and priorities
UN organization: United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women
Reference: RFP/UNWOMEN/2017/00060
Published: 11-Sep-2017
Deadline: 05-Oct-2017 15:00

The United Nations Entity for Gender Equality and the Empowerment of Women (UN Women) is seeking proposal(s) for a Corporate Thematic Evaluation of UN Women’s contribution to Governance and National Planning for fully reflecting accountability for gender equality commitments and priorities.

The tender can be accessed through this link:  https://www.ungm.org/Public/Notice/61653

If you haven’t registered, Please follow the steps below in order to register your company at the UN Women Vendor Portal.

Capacity Building in Impact Evaluation: Counterfactual and Theory Based Approaches

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  • Training
  • Seminar

Barcelona (ES), 30 November - 1 December 2017

 

What is this course about?
This training course aims to enhance participants’ understanding of how to commission, manage and monitor evaluations. It will increase your ability to design, manage and monitor the evaluations – funded with or without EU funds – conducted by your organisation.

The main aim is not to train participants as expert practitioners, but to put them in a position where they are confident to commission and manage evaluations, understand the basics of certain tools and approaches, and are able to consider the advantages and disadvantages that justify the use of some above others. Consequently, they will be able to design briefs for (internal or external) evaluators, interact with them competently and assess the quality of their work.

In particular, the seminar should help participants understand the two most prominent approaches to evaluation today: counterfactual (also known as experimental or quasi-experimental) approaches, and theory-based approaches. The seminar will demonstrate in practical terms what counterfactual approaches can and cannot do and the conditions in which they can be used. It will also show how theory-based approaches can provide a good alternative when such conditions are not met and discuss ways in which the two approaches can be combined.

 

Click here to visit the European Institute of Public Administration (EIPA) website for more information about this seminar.

Child Rights Committees Mapping in Lebanon

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  • Job/Vacancy
  • Consultation

Save the Children International is looking for a mapping consultant to conduct a mapping of existing committees working on child rights covering all Lebanon (except Akkar governorate).

Please click here to view the Terms of Reference.

Request for Expression of Interest - Evaluation Service, UNHCR

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  • Consultation
  • Evaluation News
  • Request for Expression of Interest

Organisation: UNHCR
Title: Evaluation Synthesis: UNHCR Cash Based Interventions (CBIs) in Jordan
Location: Home based
Duration: October – December 2017
Contract Type: Consultancy: 1 Team Leader and 1 Team Member (Junior Consultant)
Closing date: 12 September 2017

Click here to read the full Terms of Reference.

Consultant to develop a Synthesis Report for the EVALSDGs Spotlight countries

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  • Consultation
  • Evaluation News
  • EvalPartners

EVALSDGs a network under the umbrella of EvalPartners is looking for a consultant to develop a Synthesis Report for the EVALSDGs Spotlight countries.

Please click here to view the TOR which also includes information about the timeframe, requisites, and others.

Interested candidates, please submit a 4-page proposal including a budget proposal no later than September 8th, 2017.

Proposals are to be submitted to kelsaddik@gmail.com
E-mail subject: EVALSDGs Spotlight Synthesis Report.

Short-term Consultancy - Filmmaker for EvalYouth Mentoring Programme

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  • Job/Vacancy
  • Consultation
  • Evaluation News

Click here to view the Terms of Reference for this consultancy opportunity.

 

Application and Selection

Please send your application (CV and portfolio) to evalyouth@gmail.com no later than August 20, 2017. Portfolio should showcase the applicant’s experience and past projects that will allow her / him to complete the assignment successfully with all its deliverables as per this ToR.

2017 Mobility Grant Call for Applications

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  • Evaluation News
  • EvalPartners

We are calling for applications from eligible evaluation professionals from the Global South for participation in the International Evaluation Conferences which will be held between September and December 2017 (AES, SAMEA, EvalMENA, WBEN, AEA, IDEAS, etc…)

The deadline for receiving applications is midnight GMT September 22, 2017, except AES applications which will be processed on first come – first served basis.

Only completed applications with supporting documents will be considered for selection. The selection results will be made known by October 13, 2017. Please send your applications as per the format given in annex 1 to lynn@ioce.net. Any question should be directed to the same address.

Click here for more information and to download the application form.

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