Consultancy to conduct impact evaluation for GenCap and ProCap
The purpose of the impact evaluation is to evaluate the performance and relevance of the GenCap and ProCap projects and to provide recommendations for their future as strategic, interagency resources.
The evaluation will look at the projects’ relevance in light of the increasingly complex and changing humanitarian landscape and the growing number of global commitments focusing on those most at risk, on bridging the humanitarian-development gap and on increasing locally-led humanitarian response. The evaluation will also look at the sustainability of the deployments.
The evaluation will be carried out through analyses of various sources of information including desk reviews of previous reviews, impact assessments, and evaluations, deployment reports from ProCap and GenCap experts, and host agencies, workshop feedback reports, period and annual reports from Project management.
The evaluation will consider the operational environment of both projects at global and field level, measure their inputs, outputs outcomes and impact against the set objectives for the projects. Concrete deliverables will be:
- Inception Report
- Analysis of survey of key informants
- Draft Report
- Final Report
Detailed descriptions of each report is available in the attached ToR. Pleaes note that all reports are to be written in English.
The evaluation will employ the services of one to two experts who have the following qualifications and experience:
- Demonstrable experience in conducting evaluations of humanitarian programmes and the capacity to work collaboratively with multiple stakeholders
- Proven senior-level experience and ability to provide strategic recommendations to key stakeholders;
- Experience with evaluating gender and protection-related projects and programmes.
- Good knowledge of strategic and operational management of humanitarian operations
- Good knowledge of surge and emergency response;
- Good knowledge of humanitarian system and its reforms, including of UN agencies, IFRC, NGOs,
- Strong analytical skills(including gender and protection analysis in humanitarian contexts) and ability to clearly synthesize and present findings, draw practical conclusions and to prepare well-written reports in a timely manner;
- Workshop facilitation skills;
- Excellent writing and presentation skills in English; and
- Immediate availability for the period indicated.
- Duration: 62 days
- Duty station: Homebased with field visits to two locations for each project that received a ProCap/GenCap advisor in 2017 (travels will be covered by NRC)
Application Procedures and CV Registration:
- Kindly submit your CV and application in English and include your full name as written in your passport
- Please attach the following:
- A technical proposal with suggested approach, timeline, and itemized budget. Applicants should include all costs including in-country data collection costs. This is inclusive of VAT or any other tax responsibility. Evaluators registered outside of Norway should note that the VAT element (20%) will be paid directly by NRC to the Norwegian tax authorities and therefore will not form part of their payment
- Examples or links to similar work /evaluation reports
- The names of at least two (2) previous clients to contact for references.
- NRC reserves the right to conduct a full background check on shortlisted candidates