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National Consultant (Ugandan Nationals Only) - Monitoring and Evaluation Expert - RE-ADVERTISED
Procurement Process :IC - Individual contractor
Deadline :05-Mar-22
Posted on :14-Dec-21
Development Area :OTHER  OTHER
Reference Number :86707
Link to Atlas Project :
00059780 - UNDP Support to the UN Gender Joint Programme
Documents :
TOR - M&E Expert
TOR - M&E Expert
Overview :

Uganda endorsed the UN Reform in November 2018, putting the United Nations Sustainable Cooperation Framework (UNSDCF) as the single most important UN country-planning instrument in support of the 2030 Agenda at the national level. With the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) at its core, the UNSDCF (2021-2025) is aligned to the third National Development Plan (NDPIII) and Uganda Vision 2040 and will be implemented by 29 UN entities through three Strategic Priorities: 1) Transformative and Inclusive Governance; 2) Shared Prosperity in a Healthy Environment; and 3) Human Well-being and Resilience. 

In order to ensure coherence in promoting UNSDCF programming principles, the UN has formulated Joint Work Plans (JWPs), which stipulate key actions to be undertaken by the contributing agencies across the three strategic priorities. As part of the efforts to further reduce potential duplications and exploit synergies among agencies, the UN is in the process of identifying crosscutting areas that are candidates for development of joint programmes as a means of implementation and resource mobilization.

The commitment to “Leave No One Behind” requires continuous monitoring of progress towards the achievement of the SDGs, placing high data demands on countries. This requires strategies to strengthen national, regional, and global capacities to support data systems and calls for innovative approaches to build capacity in the production, management and use of data for decision-making.  In light of this, the UN system in Uganda is desirous of carrying out a review of the status of SDG related data and statistics in Uganda with the aim of identifying intervention areas for development of a joint programme on data and statistics.

Interested consultants are required to submit an electronic application via

The application should include the following documents/information:

  1. Duly accomplished Letter of Confirmation of Interest specifying position of interest and Availability using the template provided (see Annex …).
  2. Updated Personal CV highlighting past experience in similar assignments and with 3 professional references with contact details (email and telephone).
  3. Submit a technical proposal with the below suggested outline.
    1. The offerors’ interpretation of the assignment
    2. Proposed approach for undertaking the assignment and.
    3. How the assignment matches with his/her knowledge, skills and experience.

Financial proposal (in template provided in Annex 2) stating an all-inclusive fixed lump-sum fee for this assignment in Ugandan Shillings, supported by a breakdown of costs/ fee per working day. Such total lump sum price must include professional fee, and costs necessary to conduct the assignment such as communication costs, etc. The consultant will be paid against the completion of specific, measurable deliverables as identified in this TOR.

Qualified women and members of social minorities are encouraged to apply. Interested applicants for any inquiries should send an email to: