http://www.ajiraleo.com/
TAFUTA UNACHOTAKA, KIANDIKE KWENYE SEARCH BOX HAPA CHINI!

Friday, 8 July 2022

New Job Opportunity at Sightsavers International Tanzania - Consultant

  AjiraLeo Tanzania       Friday, 8 July 2022
WARNING
Beware of Job Scammers!
Please Never Pay Money To Get A Job!
AJIRA LEO
Sightsavers International
End -Term Evaluation of Boresha Macho Inclusive Eye Health Project Consultancy
Anticipated timeframe:
Between August 2022 and March 2023
Location: Global/East Africa (Tanzania)
Sightsavers is looking for external evaluators to undertake an end of term evaluation of the Boresha Macho Inclusive Eye Health project. This project is implemented in the Morogoro and Singida regions of Tanzania since 2019 with a budget of approximately £2 million over 3 years (and a 3 month no cost extension).
Recommended:
PAST PAPERS ZA DARASA LA 7 MPAKA FORM SIX | NECTA AND MOCK EXAMS 1988 - 2019. CLICK HERE!

The main project outcome is: 150,000 men and women, with and without disabilities from the regions of Singida and Morogoro receive improved, and more inclusive, sustainable high-quality services at all levels of the strengthened eye health system.

Purpose of Evaluation
The end of term evaluation will cover all activities undertaken in the project from October 2019 to end of August 2022. The evaluation will assess the extent to which the planned outputs/outcomes, budget and activities of the project have been achieved. The purpose of the evaluation is to assess the performance of the project and to understand what specific lessons, insights and recommendations can be taken forward in future project design and implementation. The evaluation will build on the findings of the mid-term review (MTR).

The evaluation will apply an adapted set of the OECD/DAC criteria to review the project in the areas of relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, impact, sustainability, scalability, and equity and inclusion. The evaluation questions developed under each of these criteria will incorporate a gender, equity and disability inclusion lens. The evaluation process will also aim to build in a beneficiary feedback mechanism, by consulting with the services users and patients on their experiences.

The evaluation will highlight lessons learnt and formulate a concrete and viable set of recommendations for future projects. The primary audience of the evaluation is Sightsavers (eye health programme, programme design and MEL staff) the project implementing partners, the donor (FCDO) and fund manager (Mannion Daniels).
Recommended:
The evaluation should employ a collaborative and participatory approach ensuring engagement with a wide range of relevant stakeholders. Mixed methods of data collection and analysis will be determined in collaboration with the consultants. This is likely to include a desk review and consultation of secondary data, as well as data collection conducted in a number of select project locations.

The primary data collection is likely to include key informant interviews and focus group discussions with various project stakeholders. Use of the Most Significant Change (MSC) approach to gather stories of change relating to the impact of the project on service users would also be welcomed. The scope of any primary data collection will be assessed in light of overall security and the COVID-19 pandemic, and alternative remote approaches taken as required.

Timeline

  • August 2022: Selection of Consultant(s)
  • September 2022: Inception Report
  • October - November 2022: Primary Data Collection
  • November - December 2022: Draft Evaluation Report
  • February 2023: Final Evaluation Report
  • March 2023: Dissemination
Read Also:
NEW TANZANIAN JOBS, INTERNSHIPS AND VOLUNTEERING OPPORTUNITIES 2022 (1,253 POSTS)

Profile of the consultant
Sightsavers will welcome expressions of interest from qualified independent evaluators or consultancy companies. An individual or team with members located in Tanzania would be preferred. The consultant and team members should have the following core competencies and experience:
  • Extensive experience in monitoring and evaluation for project/programmes, with strong skills in both qualitative and quantitative approaches essential
  • Prior eye health evaluation experience, as well as knowledge and expertise of inclusive health and/or disability inclusion.
  • Thematic expertise in eye health, inclusive health and disability inclusion; comprehensive understanding of preferred practices/policy issues at global and national levels.
  • Knowledge of the national/regional context and prior experience working in Tanzania, including data collection experience, is essential.
  • Ability to travel to and/or within Tanzania.
  • Experience of carrying out evaluation and learning exercises of an appropriate scale.
  • Ability to produce concise, well-written and analytical reports.
  • Excellent communication skills in written and spoken English. Fluency in local languages in Tanzania is desirable.
Recommended:
Free CV Writing and Download, Cover/Job Application Letters, Interview Questions and It's Best Answers plus Examples. Click Here!

Consultants with a proven track record in the above will be procured to undertake the project through an expression of interest process.
Full details of the project, Scope of Work, Outputs/ Deliverables and budgets can be found within the attached ToR

How to express your interest:
To express your interest to undertake this assignment, please read the complete ToR, and complete our Expression of Interest (EoI) form which can be found via the application link by 17 July 2022.

The EoI response should include roles and responsibilities of the consultants and number of days input, as well as a proposed workplan and indicative budget, including team members’ daily rates for the assignment and any other anticipated expenses.

Interested bidders are also requested to include CV(s) and an example of previous similar work.
Recommended:
CHECK SCHOLARSHIPS OPPORTUNITIES TO STUDY ABROAD CLICK HERE!

Closing Date: 23:00 (GMT time), Sunday 17 July 2022
Interviews are likely to be held in the first 2 weeks of August 2022
Please note that due to the high volume of applications anticipated it is possible that only successful applicants will be contacted.
We reserve the right to close this opportunity early.
logoblog

Thanks for reading New Job Opportunity at Sightsavers International Tanzania - Consultant

Previous
« Prev Post

No comments:

Post a Comment