Since 2009, the Natural Resource Governance Institute has worked with the parliaments of Ghana, Uganda and Tanzania to strengthen law-making and oversight of extractive resources and revenues. As the current funding cycle is coming to an end, NRGI seeks a consultant to carry out an independent evaluation to assess the outputs and outcomes of its 2014–2016 programming with parliaments and political parties; assess sustainability of the results; and derive lessons as well as areas for improvement for future NRGI work.
This evaluation will be conducted remotely, with no travel to program countries. The approach will include desktop review of program documents and key informant interviews with beneficiaries, partners, NRGI staff and advisory council members.
Interested evaluation experts should contact [email protected] to request the terms of reference and submit a proposal before 10 February 2017. Proposals should include an overview of relevant experience of the evaluator, proposed methodology and work schedule, fee proposal, and comments on the terms of reference.