Evaluation of the emergency cash/voucher program in Southern Somalia, Kenya
UNICEF is funding a final evaluation of the unconditional cash transfer and food voucher intervention implemented in two rounds by nine International NGOs in various regions of South Somalia. The objective of the evaluation is to assess the efficiency, effectiveness, accountability and impact of the emergency cash transfer/voucher intervention in Southern Somalia, including its monitoring system. Qualitative data will be collected by the evaluation team, while existent quantitative data will be made available by the Overseas Development Institute (ODI), which provided an independent team of monitors to lead all the project-related monitoring activities. The evaluation will comprehend two phases, a first one in focused on the coordination mechanism and the joint monitoring system in place, and a second one to assess the efficiency, effectiveness, accountability and impact of cash/voucher distribution. For conducting this final evaluation, a total of six experts will be contracted by UNICEF. Both individual consultants and institutions/consultancies are invited to apply submitting a proposal either for one specific position or for the whole experts team.
How to apply:
Individual consultant as well as institution/consultancies are invited to apply either by submitted a proposal for the whole team or an application for one of the specific position.
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