Date(s) - 02/12/2020
Doctors without Borders/Médecins Sans Frontières (MSF) is an international medical humanitarian organization determined to bring quality medical care to people in crises around the world, when and where they need regardless of religion, ethnical background, or political view. Our fundamental principles are neutrality, impartiality, independence, medical ethics, bearing witness and accountability.
The Stockholm Evaluation Unit (SEU), based in Sweden, is one of three MSF units of the Intersectional Evaluation Group (IEG), tasked to manage and guide evaluations of MSF’s operational projects. For more information see evaluation.msf.org.
The SEU is looking for a consultant to conduct an evaluation of the adolescents’ sexual and reproductive health project in Mbare, Zimbabwe. Please find the Terms of Reference (ToR) for more information on the background, scope of the evaluation and expected deliverables here.
Start date: Mid-December 2020
End date: Final report no later than May 1, 2021
The application should consist of a technical proposal, a budget proposal, CV, and a previous work sample. The proposal should include a reflection on how adherence to ethical standards for evaluations will be considered throughout the evaluation. In addition, the evaluator/s should consider and address the sensitivity of the topic at hand in the methodology as well as be reflected in the team set-up.
Offers should include a separate quotation for the complete services, stated in Euros (EUR). The budget should present consultancy fee according to the number of expected working days over the entire period, both in totality and as a daily fee. Travel costs, if any, do not need to be included as the SEU will arrange and cover these. Do note that MSF does not pay any per diem.
Applications will be evaluated on the basis of whether the submitted proposal captures an understanding of the main deliverables as per this ToR, a methodology relevant to achieving the results foreseen, and the overall capacity of the evaluator(s) to carry out the work (i.e. inclusion of proposed evaluators’ CVs, reference to previous work, certification etc.).
Interested teams or individuals should apply to firstname.lastname@example.org referencing MBADO – no later than December 2, 2020 at 23:59hrs CET. We would appreciate the necessary documents being submitted as separate attachments (proposal, budget, CV, work sample and such). Please include your contact details in your CV.
When sending your application, you also agree that we will register your data in our register and manage it in accordance with the Data Protection Regulation. If you are selected for the consultancy, your personal data might be shared with MSF Operational Centres. If you are not selected, we will save your data for up to two years for our statistics unless otherwise requested by applicant.