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UNFPA recrute 01 Regional Evaluator RPE – Humanitarian

UNFPA recrute 01 Regional Evaluator RPE – Humanitarian

Purpose of consultancy

The purpose of this consultancy will be to lead and carry out the Regional Programme Evaluation (RPE) in the WCA region, which will be a part of the global evaluation of the UNFPA Strategic Plan 2022-2025.

Scope of work

As a regional evaluator, the consultant will be expected to:

  • Have experience in leading evaluation in humanitarian areas
  • Adapt the tools and protocols for use by the RPE;
  • Carry out data collection at the RO and in the field, as required;
  • Contribute evidence gathered to the global evaluation of the Strategic Plan and use it to prepare the RPE report;
  • Regular engagement with the evaluation team and managers (HQ and regional);
  • Engage actively in the stakeholder/recommendations workshop;
  • Support key dissemination activities of evaluation results (e.g., presentation of the results evaluation to key stakeholders).

Duration and working schedule

30 working days during January 2024 – September 2024

Place where services are to be delivered

Home based/remotely with 1 select mission to regional and/or country offices, as necessary.

Delivery dates and how work will be delivered

The indicative timeline of the evaluation is provided in the Terms of Reference of the evaluation.

In particular, the consultant will be responsible for completing the following key deliverables of the evaluation by the deadlines listed below:

  • Brief inception report for RPE: 28 February 2024
  • Data collection: 1 March-31 May 2024
  • Draft Regional Programme Evaluation Report: 31 August 2024
  • Final Regional Programme Evaluation Report: 30 September 2024
  • The deliverables are expected to be submitted electronically and in English.

Monitoring and progress control, including reporting requirements, periodicity format and deadline

The Regional Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor will manage the consultancy and monitor the consultant’s completion of deliverables.

Payment will be released upon approval of the respective key deliverables:

  • Brief RPE Inception Note: 30% of total payment
  • Draft RPE Report: 40% of total payment
  • Final RPE Report: 30% of total payment

The key deliverables of the evaluation will be subject to UNFPA evaluation quality assurance and assessment guidance as well as UNEG standards and norms. The evaluation report will also undergo an ex-post quality assessment by an external assessor.

Supervisory arrangements

Reporting functionally to the Regional Monitoring and Evaluation Advisor, and technically to the Team Leader.

Expected travel

Regional Office and to select country offices, as necessary (to be determined at the design phase

Required expertise, qualifications and competencies, including language requirements

Minimum qualifications required

  • Master’s degree or equivalent in development studies, sociology, economics, social studies, international relations or other related field.
  • At least 5 years of experience in conducting evaluations for international organizations or development agencies, including evaluations around strategic planning and in humanitarian areas.
  • Extensive knowledge of the mandate areas of UNFPA as well as UN system, including UN reform processes;
  • Proven skills evaluation methodology and analysis, including quantitative and qualitative techniques
  • Excellent drafting/report writing skills, analytical skills, and computer skills;
  • Excellent command in written and spoken English and French

» Women Evaluators from developing countries are highly encouraged to apply. »

Interested candidates should send (i) their resume, (ii) a 1-page cover letter that summarises their key skills and motivation for this assignment to mendy@unfpa.org by 28 December 2023.

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