This is the Final Evaluation of the 2 year 2020- 2022 ECHO Pilot Programmatic Partnership (PPP) funded programme in DRC. PPP is a new funding modality developed by ECHO to test new ways of working with humanitarian partners, in line with its Grand Bargain commitments to increase humanitarian aid efficiency and effectiveness.
This country level evaluation will form part of an overall evaluation of the ERNE programme being implemented by Concern Worldwide in 5 countries. Details https://bit.ly/3Jc6ZBf
The ERNE Country Level Lead Evaluator should have the following skills and experience: 5 years’ experience of conducting evaluations of country programmes Technical expertise relevant to the ERNE country programme Proven experience of qualitative data collection methods, including participatory approaches Proven experience of working remotely with a distributed team, including providing support to colleagues at a distance Ability to assess the quality of programmatic data collection systems, analyse budgets, results frameworks, M+E reports and surveys, and other documents Strong knowledge of Core Humanitarian Standards (CHS) Good spoken and written French & English. Swahili is a plus. Experience of writing evaluation reports to a high standard, in English Experience of working as part of an agile team Excellent knowledge of the DRC context, especially in terms of security and culture, is required
Please submit an Expression of Interest by 07/08/2022 to Giulia.Bazziga@concern.net outlining exact availability in line with the approximate timeline.