International Consultant – Review of The Empower for Change – Joint UN Project for Reducing Discrimination And Violence Against Women And Children With Disabilities



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Localidad : Dili, Timor Leste
Fecha límite de postulación :07-Dec-20 (Medianoche Nueva York, Estados Unidos)
Categoría adicional :Igualdad de género
Tipo de contrato :Individual Contract
Nivel de puesto :International Consultant
Idiomas requeridos :
Inglés  
Fecha de comienzo del contrato :
(Fecha en que se espera que comience el candidato seleccionado)
14-Dec-2020
Duración del contrato inicial :one month
Duración esperada del puesto :14 December 2020- 29 January 2021

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Antecedentes

UN Women is grounded in the vision of equality enshrined in the Charter of the United Nations. It works for the elimination of discrimination against women and girls; the empowerment of women; and the achievement of equality between women and men as partners and beneficiaries of development, human rights, humanitarian action and peace and security. UN Women also coordinates and promotes the UN system’s work in advancing gender equality, and in all deliberations and agreements linked to the 2030 Agenda. The entity works to position gender equality as fundamental to the Sustainable Development Goals, and a more inclusive world.

 

Women and girls with disabilities are more at risk of experiencing violence. International evidence shows that women with disabilities are twice as likely to experience violence compared to women without a disability. The Nabilan Baseline found that women who had experienced intimate partner violence were significantly more likely to report mental health problems, including depression, and were more likely to be at risk of disability. Women who had experienced IPV were significantly more likely to have poor mental health.[1]

 

Research conducted by the organization of people with disabilities Raes Hadomi Timor Oan (RHTO) on the experiences and needs of women with disabilities highlighted the need for more work to link people with disabilities to support services, as well as the importance of prevention and protection work, as family members of women with disabilities were the most frequent perpetrators of abuse[2].

 

A 2018 United Nations qualitative survey with 100 respondents about knowledge and attitudes about people with disabilities found that:

  • In general, more than 80% of the respondents agreed that persons with disabilities should have equal rights.
  • Approximately 47.7% of respondents were happy to see that people with disabilities participate in the society.
  • When asked about feelings in relation to persons with different impairments, participants answered that they feel most comfortable with persons with physical or sensory disabilities.
  • Approximately 30% of the respondents reported feeling comfortable to work or be around people with psychosocial impairments and 45% of the respondents reported to feel comfortable with persons with intellectual impairments.
  • Most respondents agreed that women and girls with disabilities are more vulnerable to GBV and that they have equal rights to GBV related services. But at the same time, almost 50% of the respondents agree that women and girls with disabilities should not go outside because of their vulnerability to sexual assaults.
  • Over 85% of the respondents agreed that persons with disabilities have the same rights as others and should get all the possible treatment and accessibility to services

[3]

In support of Timor-Leste’s legislative and policy commitments to address violence against women, as outlined in its Strategic Development Plan 2011-2030, and reinforced by its international human rights obligations, the United Nations is supporting the Government’s implementation of the National Action Plan on Gender Based Violence 2017-2021, with attention to the accessibility of services and prevention of violence against persons with disabilities.  The United Nations Timor-Leste project Empower for Change, established February 2018 and finishing in January 2021, on enhancing the rights of persons with disabilities focuses on reducing discrimination and violence against persons with disabilities and advancing particularly the equal rights of women and girls with disabilities facing multiple forms of discrimination. The project partners with the organizations of persons with disabilities (DPOs), State Institutions and civil society towards reducing harmful attitudes that perpetuate tolerance of gendered discrimination against persons with disabilities. It aims to strengthen capacities of service providers to refer and deliver coordinated, inclusive and accessible services, in particular coordinating the Ministry of Social Solidarity and Inclusion (MSSI), the Ministries of Education, Youth and Sport, Health, the National Rehabilitation Centre, the National Police and the Judiciary. The project is funded by the United Nations Partnership for the Rights of Persons with Disabilities (UNPRPD) and implemented by UNFPA, UNICEF, the UN Human Rights Adviser’s Unit (HRAU), UN Women and WHO.

In support of capturing knowledge and lessons learned from the Empower for Change Project and to inform future UN efforts to advance the rights of persons with disabilities, UN Women is seeking an national consultant to work jointly with UN Women, and sister UN agencies (the Human Rights Advisor’s Unit, WHO, UNFPA and UNICEF) and DPOs (ADTL) to conduct a review the three-year joint project to reduce discrimination and violence against women and children with disabilities in Timor-Leste.

 

[1] The Asia Foundation. 2016. Understanding Violence against Women and Children in Timor-Leste: Findings from the Nabilan Baseline Study – Main Report. The Asia Foundation: Dili, p. 93.  

[2] RHTO, Main Findings from interviews with women with disabilities about their experiences. 30 January 2017  

[3] UN Empower for Change Project. KAP Survey on Knowledge, Attitudes and Practices on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities. Dili: 2018. https://www.un.org.tl/en/media-center/publications-resources/send/8-human-rights/45-kap-survey-survey-on-knowledge-attitudes-and-practices-on-the-rights-of-persons-with-disabilities  


Deberes y responsabilidades

The objective of the assignment is to conduct an end of project review of the Empower for Change project, which aims to reduce discrimination and violence against women and girls with disabilities in Timor-Leste, from the project period February 2018 through November 2020.

 

Programs funded by UNPRPD adopt a multi-stakeholder approach, involving two or more UN agencies, as well as governments, organizations of persons with disabilities, and broader civil society through complementary action at the country level. The voice of persons with disabilities in the planning and implementation of UNPRPD-funded programs as well as in program activities is a key factor to success. Program activities must focus on advancing structural changes to implement the CRPD at the country level, such as concrete changes to laws, policies, systems, or services. Key learnings on the approaches used in UNPRPD-funded programs should be collected and shared to inform wider UNPRPD programming. The main purpose of the review is to inform decision-making regarding the development of future interventions, other policies and plans for right of persons with disabilities, lessons learned will feed into strengthening the country’s work to promote rights of person with disabilities, including women and girl with disabilities as well as to inform UNPRPD programs in other countries.

 

The specific areas to be covered in the review include:

  • The relevance of the Empower for Change (E4CP) project, and specific UN agency contributions to its results
  • The effectiveness and efficiency of UN Project Team (UN Women, WHO, HRAU, UNFPA and UNICEF)  and DPOs support to the design, coordination work and implementation of the E4CP in Timor-Leste, and identify the results across E4CP project outcomes and remaining challenges
  • The coherence of UN project team’s work in supporting of the implementation E4CP and UN system and other actors
  • Identify good practices and actionable recommendations to strengthen the UN’s support for future efforts advancing the rights of person with disabilities in Timor-Leste.

 

  1. Duties and Responsibilities

Under an overall guidance of the UN Women Head of Office in Timor-Leste, and supervision of the EVAW Program Officer, the review will cover 34 of the 36 months of the Empower for Change Project timeframe from 1 February 2018 – 30 November 2020. The E4CP ends at the end of January 2021. The review will focus on results achieved under E4CP project outcomes and approaches used as part of the project implementation and coordination (Annex 2).

 

 

No.

Duties and responsibilities

Task 1

Lead the analysis of UN Women’s Empower for Change Project

  • Perform a preliminary desk review of key documents such as programme documents, reviews, progress updates, monitoring reports, donor reports, etc. Conduct preliminary discussions with UN Women’s programme staff,  Define scope of review and prepare a work plan, including a detailed evaluation methodology.
  • Lead and conduct field visits, including focus group discussions with disadvantaged/difficult-to-reach women’s groups.
  • Conduct interviews with key stakeholders, including a series of semi-structured interviews and focus group discussions with the project management team, national and state partners, counterparts and beneficiaries. This can include both quantitative and qualitative surveys.

 

The key stakeholders involved in the implementation of E4CP are:

  • The Ministry of Social Solidarity and Inclusion (MSSI) as main partnership for the E4CP, through national directorate for the disability play key role in the implementation of national action plan for person with disability in the country, and also strategic partnership for E4CP which coordinate with other line ministries such as Ministry of Health, Ministry of Justice, and Ministry of Education.
  • The Steering Committee for implementation of E4CP which include Ministry of Social Solidarity and Inclusion, Secretary of State for Equality and Inclusion, Office of the Ombudsman for Human Right and Justice, UN Agencies (UN Women, HRAU, WHO), and DPOs (ADTL and RHTO)

GBV referral and advocacy networks which including MSSI, SEII, Vulnerable Unit Police/National Police of Timor-Leste, Pradet, Fokupers and ALFELA

Task 2

Assess the relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, inclusiveness, sustainability and impact of the programme in the view to respond to the following questions:

Relevance:

  • To what extent does the UN Women, WHO UNFPA, HRAU and UNICEF’s work in support to implement the Empower for Change Project address the priority needs of women and girls with disabilities in Timor-Leste in order to realize their rights?
  • How the project fit into the national policy agenda, and the structural or systemic changes that were made to advance the implementation of the CRPD as a result of project activities

Effectiveness:

  • To what extent does the UN Women WHO UNFPA, HRAU and UNICEF and DPOs coordinate and implement the E4CP to achieve its output and contribute towards the achievement of its objective across three main outcomes of the project?
  • To what extent have effective partnerships been forces to facilitate contributions towards the objective?
  • The effectiveness of the multi-stakeholder approach, including the ways in which the joint UN action was complementary and the role and contributions of partners and stakeholders, including organizations of persons with disabilities and government.

Efficiency and Coherence:

  • To what extent has UN Women WHO UNFPA, HRAU and UNICEF contributed to clarity in roles and responsibilities that have enabled an efficient implementation and monitoring of the E4CP?
  • Has the coordination, both horizontal and vertical among agencies involved contributed to the coherence of the implementation and monitoring of the E4CP, ensuring synergies and not duplications?
  • To what extent has the UN Women, Who, UNFPA, HRAU and UNICEF supported partners, including government institutions and DPOs, to allocate adequate resources (financial, human, technical support, etc) and use resources in a cost – effective way to achieve the E4CP results?

Sustainability:

  • To what extent has UN Women, WHO, UNFPA, HRAU and UNICEF contributed to implement the E4CP which demonstrates through institutionalising allocation of adequate budget, and establishment of accountability and oversight mechanisms?
  • Key learnings on approaches used in the project to inform other UNPRPD-funded programs and the influence of the project on mainstreaming of disability within the work of UN entities involved;

Human Right and Gender Equality

  • To what extent did UN Women, UNFPA, WHO, HRAU and UNICEF include relevant national stakeholders and actors in the implementation of E4CP and policy advocacy processes (for example, toward ratification of the Convention on the Rights of Persons with Disabilities)? Do the key partners, including women’s movement and organizations have voice and influence in the implementation of E4CP?
  • To what extent has the approach been inclusive, targeting and tailoring to the needs of persons with disabilities, especially women and girls with disabilities?
  • How the project supported inter-agency and inter-sectoral dialogue and collaboration around disability inclusion.

 

Process:

The Review will be divided in to four phases:

  1. Preparation including prepare a work plan
  2. Inception, which will involve rapid evaluability assessment, reconstruction of theory of change, desk review, meeting with UN families, E4CP steering committee, validation of inception report and finalization of Assessments methodology
  3. Data collection and analysis, including in-depth desk research and preparation of field visit to DPOs.
  4. Dissemination, follow-up and use of the recommendation from the Assessments for the future intervention working for promote rights of persons with disabilities in Timor-Leste.

 

The outline above corresponds to the entire Assessments process from preparation, to conduct, reporting and follow-up and use. The Assessments will only be responsible for the inception, data collection and data analysis and reporting phase.

 

Task 3

In collaboration with the EVAW Programme Officer, lead the identification of lessons learned and good practices of the programme as well as innovations of efforts that support gender equality and human rights in this area of work and develop a PowerPoint presentation on these findings, which UN Women will utilize to further strengthen its programmatic interventions to promote the rights of persons with disabilities in Timor-Leste

Task 4

Lead the development of the Review report, with inputs from the EVAW Programme Officer. Ensure that gender equality principles are mainstreamed in the review. The External Light Review report shall also include the provision of recommendations with respect to future work with women with disabilities.

 

 

 

  1.  Review Process and Methodological Approach

 

The Review will be a transparent and participatory process involving relevant UN Women stakeholders and partners involved with the E4CP programme on reducing violence and discrimination for women and girls with disabilities in Timor-Leste. It will be carried out in accordance with UNEG Norms and Standards and Ethical Code of Conduct and UN Women Evaluation Policy and Guidelines. The Review must integrate gender equality and human-rights perspectives throughout each of these areas of analysis and within its methodology. [1] The review should take measures to ensure data quality, reliability and validity of data collection tools and methods and their responsiveness to gender equality and human rights.

 

The reviewer will do a rapid assessment of what can be reviewed, with consideration to the availability of data (e.g. the logical framework and baseline data) to determine the most appropriate approach to ensure the review is feasible and will effectively provide relevant analysis given the information available. The data collection methods should consider availability of information in line with the Washington Group questions in the desk review, in-depth interview with key stakeholders, such as E4CP Steering Committee, and other key government institutions mandated to oversee implementation on the rights of person with disabilities in the country.

 

The Desk Review will focus explicitly on identifying what works, those strategies that produce positive results, not only on what does not work well, including lessons learned, according to the aspirations and goals set out for UN Women in its Country Strategic Plan. This will include the change made at the national level from the project activities implemented.

 

The desk review will include the use of existing studies, such as the Knowledge Attitude and Practice survey, research report on Gender, Disability and Violence, and monitoring data available on ending violence against women and girls with disabilities from the justice sector.

Anticipated methodological approaches to be used for data collection and analysis by the National Consultant, in collaboration with the EVAW Programme Officer, should incorporate both qualitative and quantitative data, including desk review, interviews with key stakeholders, individual and focus group discussions, field visits, and other participatory techniques. The consultative element of the Review is crucial for building up a consensus about the project’s overall rationale and desired outcomes. Data from various sources will be triangulated to increase its validity. Field visits will be organized to facilitate the process of the Review. The reviewer should develop a sampling frame for participants (rationale for selection, mechanism of selection, limitation of the sample) and specify how it will address the diversity of stakeholders in the intervention to ensure effective inclusion. The proposed approach and methodology has to be considered as flexible guidelines rather than final requirements, and the reviewers will have an opportunity to make their inputs and propose changes in the evaluation design. It is expected that the National Consultant will further refine the approach and methodology and submit their detailed description in the methodology and work plan.

 

Limitations

Considering the context of COVID-19, the review will use online meeting tools for reference group discussions where physical meetings are restricted, use PPE when visiting participants in the field include providing masks and hand sanitizer to participants, avoid the use of public transport with confine closed and crowded passenger spaces. Include an analysis of the unique challenges faced by women with disabilities which exacerbated the risks of violence for them.

 

  1. Expected Deliverable.

No

Deliverable

Deadline

1

 

Submit proposed work plan with methodology, data collection tools and timeline, including a list of documents for desk review, stakeholder list and schedule of field work. Field work schedule should include objective and scope of meetings with consideration of demographics of participants, approach to data collection and analysis, ethical conduct considerations,

 

18  December 2020

2

Submit first draft of desk review and preliminary discussions with UN Women staff. Include final presentation on preliminary findings to be used in stakeholder engagement (including first draft Power point presentation and workshop plan)

28  December 2020

3

Draft review report in English to be validated by Steering Committee members and all annexes including data collection tools and analysis matrices. Include draft powerpoint for ongoing learning.

15 January 2021

4

Final copy – edited review report in English, including separate report on contribution of UN Families to the E4CP implementation in English (15 Pages) and a separate review  brief in English (5 – 10 pages with visual representation of the findings, and including 3 cases studies about the change (human stories) and testimonies from different stakeholders. Submit final powerpoint for ongoing learning.

29 January 2021

 

Note: All data collected will need to be shared with UN Women (WHO, UNFPA, HRAU and UNICEF), and is the property of the UNPRPD implementing agencies.

 

  1. Duration of the assignment

The total duration of the contract assignment will be 14 December 2020 – 29 of January 2021

 

  1. Inputs

Responsibility of the consultant:

  • Consultant will cover cost of the communication and all administrative related cost
  • Consultant to cover travel cost during the review process and completion of the task.

 

Responsibility of UN Women:

  • UN Women will provide office pace, printing facilities and internet in the office.
  • UN Women will provide reference material when needed
  • UN Women will cover cost of the inception workshop and validation workshop, including venue, translation, printing of workshop material, refreshment

 

  1. Competencies

 

[1] For more information, see “Integrating human rights and gender equality in Evaluation: towards UNEG guidance” (available in English, Spanish, French and Arabic).


Competencias

Competencies

Core Values:

  • Respect for Diversity
  • Awareness and Sensitivity Regarding Gender Issues
  • Creative Problem Solving
  • Effective Communication
  • Inclusive Collaboration
  • Stakeholder Engagement

Leading by Example Please visit this link for more information on UN Women’s Core Values and Competencies:

https://www.unwomen.org/-/media/headquarters/attachments/sections/about%20us/employment/un-women-values-and-competencies-framework-en.pdf?la=en&vs=637

 

Functional Competencies:

  • Strong commitment to gender equality and the empowerment of women, with demonstrated experience of researching or working on gender issues;
  • Strong research and writing skills, with strong analytical skills and creative thinking;
  • Ability to think and work logically and work precisely with attention to detail;
  • Initiative, sound judgment and demonstrated ability to work harmoniously with staff members of different national and cultural backgrounds;
  • Previous experience (also volunteer experience) from the non-profit sector is an advantage.
  • Ability to multi-task and address competing priorities
  • Ability to produce quality deliverables in a timely manner
  • Strong computer skills, including Word, Excel, and Power Point


Habilidades y experiencia requeridas

Consultant’s performance will be evaluated based on: professionalism, timeliness, responsibility, initiative, communication, accuracy, and quality of the products delivered.

 

Education 

- Master's degree degree equivalent in social sciences, including gender studies, international affairs, sociology, disability, or other relevant fields.

 

 

 

Experience: 

- At least Master degree with 5  years of experience in conducting reviews of strategies, policies and programmes;

 

- Experience and knowledge on UN-Convention Rights of Person with Disabilities, Violence against women and girl with disabilities prevention’s work, gender mainstreaming, gender analysis; Excellent analytical, facilitation and communications skills and ability to negotiate amongst a wide range of stakeholders;

- Knowledge of human rights issues, the human rights-based approach to programming, human rights analysis and related mandates within the UN system;

 

 Language and other skills: 

- Proficiency in written and spoken English language;

- Knowledge of Tetum or Bahasa Indonesia will be considered an asset.

 

11 . Ethical code of conduct

 

In addition to abiding by the  UN Women Assessments  Consultants Agreement FormUNEG Ethical Guidelines and Code of Conduct for Assessments  in the UN system , the assessments  will need to outline their approach to ensuring accountability to populations and ethical approaches In the assessments  process. This should be a dedicated section in the Inception report.

 

All data collected by the assessments  must be submitted to UN Women in Word, PowerPoint or Excel formats and is the property of UNPRD/UN Women and UN Agencies Timor-Leste.  Proper storage of data is essential for ensuring confidentiality. The UNEG guidelines note the importance of ethical conduct for the following reasons:

  1. Responsible use of power: All those engaged in assessment processes are responsible for upholding the proper conduct of the assessment .
  2. Ensuring credibility: With a fair, impartial and complete assessment, stake- holders are more likely to have faith in the results of an assessment and to take note of the recommendations.
  3. Responsible use of resources: Ethical conduct in assessment  increases the chances of acceptance by the parties to the assessment  and therefore the likelihood that the investment in the assessment  will result in improved outcomes.

 

The assessment ’s value added is its impartial and systematic assessment of the programmed or intervention. As with the other stages of the assessment, involvement of stakeholders should not interfere with the impartiality of the assessment .

The evaluator(s) have the final judgment on the findings, conclusions and recommendations of the assessment  report, and the evaluator(s) must be protected from pressures to change information in the report.

 

Proper procedures for data collection with rights holders who may have been affected by violence must be adhered to as outlined in the WHO Ethical and Safety Recommendations for research on violence against women. Additionally, if the evaluator(s) identify issues of wrongdoing, fraud or other unethical conduct, UN Women procedures must be followed and confidentiality be maintained.

 

The UN Women Legal Framework for Addressing Non-Compliance with UN Standards of Conduct, and accountability policies protecting against retaliation and prohibiting harassment and abuse of authority, provide a cohesive framework aimed at creating and maintaining a harmonious working environment, ensuring that staff members do not engage in any wrongdoing and that all allegations of wrongdoing are reported promptly, investigated and appropriate action taken to achieve accountability. The UN Women Legal Framework for Addressing Non-Compliance with UN Standards of Conduct defines misconduct and the mechanisms within UN Women for reporting and investigating.

 

ANNEXES

For more Information see the following links:

• UNEG Code of Conduct for assessment s[1]

• UNEG Ethical Guidelines[2]

• UNEG Norms for evaluation  in the UN System[3]

• UNEG Standards for evaluation  in the UN System[4]

• UNEG Guidance Integrating Human Rights and Gender in the UN System[5]

• UN Women evaluation  Handbook[6]

 

 12. Submission of application 

Interested candidates are requested to submit electronic application to

procurement.timor-leste@unwomen.org not later than 7 Decemeber  2020 COB Timor-Leste time.

 

Submission of package 

  • All applications must include (as an attachment) the CV, letter of interest and the

 financial proposal. Applications without financial proposal will be treated as incomplete

and will not be considered for further assessments and

copy of the latest academic certificate

  • Letter of Interest containing the statement on candidate’s experience in the field of

 recruitment

  • Sample of written report or material (not edited by someone else)
  • Three potential references
  • Financial proposal. The financial proposal shall specify a total lump sum amount

per each deliverable, including any travel, per diem and administrative fees, based on the template in Annex 1. The approximate number of working days for each deliverable are

intended to provide a guide only in the computation of the lump sum per deliverable,

and the actual payment will be payable based on the stated lump sum for each

satisfactorily achieved deliverable.

  • All applications must include (as an attachment) the CV, letter of interest and the

financial proposal. Applications without financial proposal will be treated as incomplete

and will not be considered for further assessment CV and copy of the latest academic

certificate

  • Letter of Interest containing the statement on candidate’s experience in the field of

recruitment

  • Sample of written report or material (not edited by someone else)
  • Three potential references
  • Financial proposal. The financial proposal shall specify a total lump sum amount

per each deliverable, including any travel, per diem and administrative fees, based on the template in Annex 1. The approximate number of working days for each deliverable are

intended to provide a guide only in the computation of the lump sum per deliverable,

and the actual payment will be payable based on the stated lump sum for each

satisfactorily achieved deliverable.

 

All applications must include (as an attachment) the CV, letter of interest and the financial proposal. Applications without financial proposal will be treated as incomplete and will not be considered for further assessment.  

 

Please note that only short-listed candidates will be invited to the interview. 

 

Selected candidates will need to submit prior to commencement of work: 

  • The consultant will need to provide proof (certificate) of BSafe training (which can be accessed at undss.trip.org) – in case of travel

 

  1. Assestment  

Applications will be evaluated based on the Cumulative analysis.  

  1. Technical Qualification (100 points) weight; [70%]  
  2. Financial Proposal (100 points) weight; [30%] 

 
A two-stage procedure is utilised in evaluating the proposals, with Assestment  of the technical proposal being completed prior to any price proposal being compared. Only the price proposal of the candidates who passed the minimum technical score of 70% of the obtainable score of 100 points in the technical qualification Assessment  will be evaluated. 

 

Technical qualification Assessment  criteria: 

The total number of points allocated for the technical qualification component is 100. The technical qualification of the individual is evaluated based on following technical qualification Assessment  criteria: 

 

Technical Assestment  Criteria 

Obtainable Score 

Education 

20 % 

Experience and skills 

70 % 

Language and other skills 

10 % 

Total Obtainable Score 

100 % 

 

Only the candidates who have attained a minimum of 70% of total points will be considered as technically-qualified candidate. 

 

Financial/Price Proposal Assessment : 

  • Only the financial proposal of candidates who have attained a minimum of 70% score in the technical Assessment  will be considered and evaluated.  
  • The total number of points allocated for the price component is 100.  
  • The maximum number of points will be allotted to the lowest price proposal that is opened/ evaluated and compared among those technical qualified candidates who have attained a minimum of 70% score in the technical Assestment . All other price proposals will receive points in inverse proportion to the lowest price. 

 

 

 

 

Annex IFinancial Proposal  
BREAKDOWN OF COSTS SUPPORTING THE ALL-INCLUSIVE FINANCIAL PROPOSAL 

Breakdown of Cost by Components: 

Deliverables 

Percentage of Total Price (Weight for payment) 

Fixed price 

 Date of Reporting/ Submission

1

Final detailed inception report and Assessment  matrix, including data collection tools which will outline refined assessment  objective and scope: description of refined assessment  methodology/approach, data analysis methods to be deployed, key informants to be consulted, plan for ethical conduct; and work plan. The inception report should also include a clear Assestment  matrix elaborating sub-questions and approach for data collection.

 

 

18 December    2020

2

Assessment  progress report, including process of the inception workshop in country pre data collection, agenda for data collection, and final presentation on preliminary finding (including first draft Power point presentation and workshop)

 

 

28 December 2020

3

Draft Assessment  report in English to be validated by Steering Committee members and all annexes including data collection tools and analysis matrices

 

 

15 January 2021

4

Final copy – edited Assessment  report in English, including separate report o contribution of UN Families of the E4CP implementation in English (~20 Pages) and a separate Assessment  brief in English (3-5 pages) with visual representation of the Assessment  findings,  and including 3 cases studies about the change (human stories) and testimonies from different stakeholders.

 

 

29 January 2021

 The above lump sum costs include all administration costs and expenses related to the consultancy. All prices/rates quoted must be exclusive of all taxes. The lump sum costs must be accompanied by a detailed breakdown of costs calculation incl. travel related costs, and daily professional fee. 

 

 

 [1] http://www.unevaluation.org/document/detail/100 unevaluation.org/document/detail/100  

[2] http://www.unEvaluation .org/document/detail/102http://www.uneval.org/document/detail/21  

[4] http://www.uneval.org/document/detail/22

[5] http://www.uneval.org/document/detail/1616  

[6]http://genderevaluation.unwomen.org/en/Evaluation -handbook  



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