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  • Posted on: 15 February, 2018 Deadline: 19 February, 2018
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    Terre des Hommes Netherlands is inviting consultant(s) to submit their Expression of Interest for the End of Phase Evaluation of its Emergency Response Project in Marsabit and Turkana Counties, Kenya.
    Short background

    On the 10th of February 2017, the Government of Kenya declared the drought situation in Kenya as a National Disaster, with 23 of its 47 counties affected. The number of food insecure people doubled compared to the previous drought of 2011/2012– from 1.3 million then to 2.7 million people affected in 2017. A population of about 357,285 children and pregnant and lactating mothers were reported to be acutely malnourished in the affected 23 counties. Turkana and Marsabit Counties were the counties hardest hit by the drought with General Acute Malnutrition(GAM) Rate of 30% and Turkana North sub county reporting above average GAM rate of 55%. By February 2017 majority of the Marsabit county residents had lost 60% of their herds to ravaging drought and risk losing 90% of the remaining livestock by April. Both Counties have been placed in a“crisis” levels and highly prioritised for emergency assistance.

    End of Phase Evaluation for the Emergency Response Project in Marsabit and Turkana Counties, Kenya


    The evaluation

    This evaluation is designed to provide documented lessons learned and promising practices which project managers of future projects can use when developing interventions towards child protection centered emergency response with a focus on TdH-NL main child exploitation thematic areas in other similar contexts. It will also serve as an important accountability purpose for TdH-NL by identifying the extent that the project objectives were achieved.


    The main objective of the evaluation is to examine the extent to which the project has brought meaningful results for project beneficiaries, and identify key areas that can be replicated in similar interventions. Further, the evaluation will also focus on the programme design, implementation process, performance of the programme, organizational management systems and how these impacted on the implementation of the various projects within this programme.

    The specific objectives of the evaluation include:

    • To examine the extent to which the project impact/outcomes (objective) have been achieved
    • To identify how the project benefited the beneficiaries.(include the two most significant change stories/case studies child and household in the projects locations)
    • To examine the unintended/unplanned effects of the project among the target beneficiaries and local communities
    • To examine projects components, strategies and activities that can be replicated in similar projects
    • To identify main lessons learnt and recommendations for future implementation child protection centered ER in Kenya and in projects designed under similar contexts.
    • To assess suitability of partners selected to deliver on ER activities of TdH-NL against the expected outputs.
    • Time period and geographical area
    • The proposed evaluation time frame is between February 2018 - June 2018. The evaluation will focus on the emergency response interventions undertaken in Turkana (Turkana central, Loima and Turkana South) and Marsabit (Moyale and Laisamis) counties.

    For more information on the background, evaluation contents and requirements, kindly refer to the full Terms of Reference.

    Expression of Interest

    The consultant will submit a full technical proposal and a financial proposal. The following components must be included:

    Technical proposal

    • The consultant’s understanding of the terms of reference
    • Clear and detailed work plan including a Gantt chart
    • A detailed evaluation methodology
    • Full details of proposed consultancy team members,
    • Sample report of end of project evaluation preferrable Emergency Response
    • Outline of applied DAC, and COC criteria and SHERE standards and Core Humanitarian Standard on Quality and Accountability

    Financial Proposal

    a. The financial proposal must include the actual number of consultants/team, number of working days and the professional rates per day. It must also include a separate itemised logistic budget with accommodation, transport and stationary, communication, etc, well broken down.

    Method of Application

    The full proposal documents should be addressed to ¨Selection committee¨and submitted to: recruitment.africa@tdh.nl by Monday 19th February 2018. Include all required attachments/annexes in the application; incomplete applications will not be processed.

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