The project, which is co-funded by the European Union, has been ongoing since January 2018 and intends to build the capacity of civil society, media, youth and women groups to more effectively participate in public consultation and legislative oversight, with the anticipated outcome of the realisation of civic rights in respect of a healthy and safe environment and resilience against negative climate change effects.
As Action 24 will soon be closing, the implementing organisations are seeking a service provider to conduct a final evaluation and end line study of the project. The purpose of the study is to assess the performance of the project and capture project achievements, challenges, and best practises to inform future similar projects. In doing so, the study must review the recommendations of the project’s Mid-Term Evaluation, as well as the objectives of the Baseline Study and assess the extent to which these have been implemented.
The evaluation will also ensure accountability towards the European Union as a funder and to all the Implementing organisations, as well as offer a learning aspect for all stakeholders. Furthermore, the evaluation will identify key lessons learned, challenges and the flexibility of the project to adapt and respond to the changes and difficulties to engage with the legislature.
This study serves the dual and mutually reinforcing objectives of accountability (assessing and reporting on performance and results of the project) and learning (drawing lessons, deriving good practices and pointers for learning).
For interested service providers, please download the below Terms of Reference for the Final Evaluation and End Line Study for all the details, and submit proposals by close of business on Friday 18 September 2020.
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