Born on Time is a public-private partnership focused on prioritizing the prevention of preterm birth. This CAD$30 million initiative brings together expertise and resources from World Vision Canada, Plan International Canada, Save the Children Canada, the Government of Canada and Johnson & Johnson. Working closely with local governments and stakeholders, the partners are working to improve newborn survival, with a focus on preventing preterm birth in high risk areas of Bangladesh, Ethiopia and Mali over five years (2016-2020).
Born on Time is looking to secure a global evaluation lead to guide the project’s final evaluation. The objective of this evaluation is to conduct a robust and objective study in order to assess the project’s performance vis-à-vis expected outcomes within the Performance Measurement Framework (PMF), and vis-à-vis the DAC Criteria for Evaluating Development Assistance.