|Overview : In accordance with UNDP and GEF M&E policies and procedures, all full and medium-sized UNDP supported GEF financed projects are required to undergo a terminal evaluation upon completion of implementation. These terms
of reference (TOR) set out the expectations for a Terminal Evaluation (TE) of the Accruing Multiple Global Benefits through Integrated Water Resources Management/Water Use Efficiency Planning: A demonstration project for Sub-Saharan Africa (PIMS 3362) Project.
The project was designed to facilitate the development of national processes, procedures, methods and options for efficient and equitable Integrated Water Resources Planning (IWRM). The development and implementation of a dynamic IWRM/Water Efficiency Plan for Botswana will address both national and trans-boundary water management priorities and will be supported by and contribute to regional knowledge management processes, directly contributing to increasing awareness and capacity of national and regional stakeholders to engage in the IWRM process. To this effect, the project was also to implement a pilot project for water conservation through conjunctive use of grey-water and rainwater harvesting in selected schools of Botswana with the aim of demonstrating tangible impacts on the ground and further documenting and disseminating lessons learnt across the Southern African region.
The Terminal Evaluation will be conducted according to the guidance, rules and procedures established by UNDP and GEF as reflected in the UNDP Evaluation Guidance for GEF Financed Projects.
The objectives of the evaluation are to assess the achievement of project results, and to draw lessons that can both improve the sustainability of benefits from this project, and aid in the overall enhancement of UNDP programming.
The evaluation team will be composed of 1 evaluator. The consultant shall have prior experience in evaluating similar projects. Experience with GEF financed projects is an advantage. The evaluator selected should not have participated in the project preparation and/or implementation and should not have conflict of interest with project related activities.
The Team members must present the following qualifications: ? Minimum 10 years of relevant professional experience
? Knowledge of UNDP and GEF
? Previous experience with results-based monitoring and evaluation methodologies;
? Technical knowledge in the targeted focal area(s)
? Have knowledge and experience in Integrated Water Resources Management (IWRM) initiatives.
? Be well informed about the national, regional and global ‘water’ issues
? Be familiar with multi-stakeholder approaches and the facilitation of change processes
? Exhibit multi-disciplinary skills relating to ‘sustainable development’ especially from a Natural Resources Management and development perspective.
Individual consultants are invited to submit applications together with their CV for these positions. The application should contain a current and complete C.V. in English with indication of the e-mail and phone contact. Shortlisted candidates will be requested to submit a price offer indicating the total cost of the assignment (including daily fee, per diem and travel costs).
UNDP applies a fair and transparent selection process that will take into account the competencies/skills of the applicants as well as their financial proposals. Qualified women and members of social minorities are encouraged to apply.|