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Type of contract: Individual consultant
Initial contract term: 20 working days
UNDP in partnership with the Judiciary of the Kingdom of Lesotho, in collaboration with Southern African Development Community (SADC) and other stakeholders with funding from the European Union has been implementing the Support to Implementation of the Justice Sector Reforms Project. The Project contributes toward finding a lasting solution to the history of cyclic instability, security disturbances, volatile political environment, worsening socio-economic indicators and generalised governance inadequacies that have characterise the Kingdom of Lesotho since independence. These challenges are compounded by piecemeal interventions that have failed to fully address fundamental governance issues. The Support to Implementation of the Justice Sector Reforms Project was therefore conceived as part of the overall support to broader Lesotho national reforms agenda focusing on achieving: a) Impartial, efficient and expeditious disposal of high-profile security related criminal cases including adopting innovative virtual case hearing capabilities in the judiciary for enhance stability in Lesotho and; b) Efficient and effective project management
UNDP is commissioning an end of project evaluation to assess processes and achievements made with focus on the entire implementation period, draw lessons and apply them to possible follow-on assistance activities. The evaluation will detail lessons learnt that will apply in the next phase of the implementation of the reforms.
The applications should be sent by e-mail to email@example.com, with the reference: End of Project Evaluation in the subject.