External Evaluation of “Addressing the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WaSH) and Protection concerns of hard-to-reach, conflict affected populations" via ReliefWeb

Terre des hommes Foundation (Tdh)

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Terre des hommes Foundation is seeking to contract a consultant to conduct a summative evaluation for the project « Addressing the Water, Sanitation and Hygiene (WaSH) and Protection concerns of hard-to-reach, conflict affected populations in Anbar, Kirkuk and Salah al Din Governorates, Iraq » implemented since August 2019 under funding from USAID/OFDA. The goal of the project is to contribute to the recovery of basic living conditions of the conflict-affected population in Anbar, Salah al Din and Kirkuk governorates. This will be achieved by addressing some of the WaSH and child protection service gaps, as well as building the local capacities to fill these gaps as part of recovery process.

The purpose of the project end external evaluation of the OFDA project is to support learning based on current project performance, identify best practice approaches, accountability and substantiate actions and tools which could be improved and adapted for the next OFDA projects. Through this evaluation, Tdh aims to foster learning and ensure that existing good practices are documented, positive and negative impacts of the intervention are explored and that, lessons learned are analyzed and incorporated in future programming.

The intended audience of the evaluation is the project implementing staff in the 3 field offices as well as the coordination team based in Erbil / Baghdad. On a second level, the management / support team based in Lausanne, Tdh-HQ: Desks and WASH and CP humanitarian experts, Logistic and Finance expert and the Quality and Accountability unit will also be a key user group.

The evaluation will be useful to better define future Tdh humanitarian projects. The existing models, policies and guidelines will be updated with the successes and the lessons learned from this evaluation. Not only in the Iraq intervention but all the existing and future interventions of Tdh in emergency or humanitarian contexts will benefit from this evaluation.

Finally, recommendations derived from the final evaluation report will be incorporated into future proposals for various donors.

How to apply

The candidates interested to submit their offer are invited to request the full Term’s of Reference and scope of work at the following address: [email protected]

The candidates could submit back their application and offer exclusively via email at the same address: [email protected]

Deadline for submissions: 20 August 2020.