This final evaluation will assess the EU Climate Change project (DEVCO (GCCA+) Strengthening Local Communities Resilience to Climate Change in Northern, River Nile and Kassala States (Sudan), which is funded by the EU and implemented between 2017 and 2022. The evaluation will comprise the entire project period (5 years). The Programme was led by the Netherlands Red Cross (NLRC) and implemented by Sudan Red Crescent Society (SRCS) in partnership with Spanish Red Cross (SpnRC), Swedish Red Cross (SwRC) and Danish Red Cross (DRC). The IFRC Livelihood Resource Center was also involved in this action.
- Purpose and intended use
The purpose of the final evaluation is to run an assessment of the project with specific focus on general criteria such as relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, impact, synergy and sustainability. Results of the evaluation will be used for general accountability, learning and dissemination of results.
Endline survey (household survey) in the three localities of the project and will provide quantitative data on indicators used for this project to inform the section on impact and sustainability.
Qualitative evaluation (FGDs and KII) in the three localities of the project and will provide qualitive data to inform the sections on relevance, effectiveness, synergy and sustainability.
Desk review of the key project documentation that will provide data to inform the sections on effectiveness (through a detailed analysis of the logframe) and efficiency (through budget and financial report analysis).
Inception report, evaluation outputs per locality, final project evaluation report, and human impact stories.
The methodology will adhere to the IFRC Framework for Evaluations, with particular attention to the processes upholding the standards of how evaluations should be planned, managed, conducted, and utilized (see section 9 for more information). The EMT will manage and oversee the review and ensure that the review upholds IFRC standards for evaluations and OECD-DAC criteria for evaluation.
The Evaluation Team is expected to propose a mixed review methodology of (primarily) qualitative and quantitative research methods.
The review is expected to be implemented between November 2022 and January 2023. The evaluation team is expected to include a timeline in the proposal
HOW TO SUBMIT YOUR OFFER
- Please find the full Terms of Reference and Selection procedure and criteria here: 2022 177 RFP SUDAN Final Evaluation
- The bids should be submitted by e-mail to: firstname.lastname@example.org
- The Subject Line of the message should be: RFP REF 2022177 NLRC SUDAN - Bids Submission for Final Evaluation –[your company name].
- The deadline for submission is the 22nd of November 2022.
- Any questions, remarks or requests for clarification can be sent to: email@example.com until the 21th of November 2022.
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