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Date(s) - 05/09/2022


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Mobile for Humanitarian Innovation (M4H), a programme within GSMA’s Mobile for Development portfolio is seeking a Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning partner for phase 2 of the programme.

The Mobile for Humanitarian Innovation (M4H) is a multi-year programme funded by FCDO and the GSMA. Since its launch in 2018 M4H has been working to improve access to and use of life-enhancing mobile-enabled services in humanitarian preparedness, response and recovery. The programme has successfully tested and demonstrated that new partnership models, together with scalable, innovative tools, approaches and business models can be effective in addressing growing global humanitarian challenges.

Earlier this year FCDO committed a further £15.5 million to the programme, with a new aim of reaching 22 million people facing global humanitarian crises from disaster and displacement by 2027. The programme is now uniquely positioned to deliver on humanitarian needs at an even larger scale, contributing to reforming the humanitarian system, and sharing evidence and learning to a global network.

M4H is currently looking to appoint a MEL Partner to refine, develop and deliver a new MEL strategy for the duration of this new phase of funding. This will include an ambitious new MEL framework that incorporates the learnings from M4H Phase 1 and addresses the goals and systems of Phase 2.

Applicants are invited to submit an initial statement of interest to Hector Matthews and Angela Nkonu  by 5 September, 2022. EOIs will be reviewed by the programme team. Selected applicants will then be invited to submit a full proposal.

Invitation to Tender

Closing Date: Monday 5 September 2022