National Social and Gender Consultant to conduct Terminal Evaluation for the Project “Inclusive Development and Public Sector Efficiency (IDPSE)
The Country Programme Document (CPD) 2017-2020 for Mauritius has been formally adopted by the Executive Board in June 2016.The project “Inclusive Development and Public Sector Efficiency” (IDPSE) was designed to support in addressing the challenges highlighted under the pillar 1 of Country Programme 2017-2020. UNDP Country Office Mauritius started the implementation of the project in March 2017 and a copy of the project document is available on https://www.mu.undp.org/content/mauritius_and_seychelles/en/home/projects/inclusive-development-and-public-sector-efficiency.html .
Objective of the Assignment
The project has been exceptionally extended until May 2021 to accommodate certain pending activities. Therefore, there is a need to conduct a Terminal Evaluation in order to review the achievements made to deliver the specified objectives and outcomes of the IDPSE project. It will establish the effectiveness, efficiency, relevance, performance and success of the project, including the sustainability of results. The outcome of the Terminal Evaluation will be also used in designing and programming other projects within the Socio-Economic Development Unit portfolio.
Submission of inception report
30 July 2021
Presentation of Key Findings
16 August 2021
Submission of acceptable draft report
31 August 2021
- Submission of acceptable final report
27 September 2021
This assignment is for duration of 30 working days over a period 3 months.
Submission of Application
Applications should be sent through email : firstname.lastname@example.org on or before Sunday 11 July 2021 - 16:00 hours Mauritius time (GMT+4)
Annex A - Letter of confirmation of interest and availability and Submission of financial proposal
Annex B - Model Contact IC
Annex C - UNDP GCC IC
Annex D - P11
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