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Consultancy: mid-term review for the WNCB programme

Work: No Child’s Business is seeking an international consultancy team to facilitate a participative mid-term review of the programme.

Assignment

Facilitate a participative mid-term review of the Work: No Child’s Business Programme and provide the Alliance members an ‘outsiders perspective’ on achievements, the quality of our work, and the way we collaborate, and learn.

Profile

Who are we looking for? The assignment will be contracted to an institution (consulting firm, research institute, university, a vendor with similar capacities) which will offer a core team of evaluators.

Timeframe

Start End of May – till final report end of August.

Methodology summary

Theory of Change, Outcome Harvesting, Interviews, Focus Group Discussions and Desk Research.

Location

A visit to each partner country by a member of the consultancy team is required. Who do I call for Questions: From 25 April till the 6th of May please reach out to Akky de Kort: +31628207980. From May 10th till May 12th please call Reinout van Santen: +31616504868.

Want to apply?

Please download the pdf with the full Terms of Reference and documentation.

Download full Terms of Reference

Application and deadline

Interested candidates of the assignment are expected to provide the documentation before May 12, 17:00 Central European Summer Time (CEST) to reinout.vansanten@wncb.org

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