Consultancy for Final Evaluation of Intervention for More Durable Assistance and Development (IMDAD) Project
Malteser International is the international humanitarian relief agency of the Sovereign Order of Malta. For over 60 years we provide relief and recovery for people during and following conflicts and disasters around the world. Christian values and humanitarian principles form the foundations of our work. In over 30 countries in Africa, the Americas, Asia, Europe and the Middle East, we support people in need – regardless of their religion, origin or political convictions.
Malteser International has been caring for host communities and displaced people in Iraq since 2014 with a permanent presence on the ground. In the regions of Kurdistan (Dohuk, Erbil) and central Iraq (Ninewa), we are working with local partner organizations to provide medical care for the local population and displaced people. We also provide vocational training and training courses in agricultural production for food security for returnees. Since 2018, we have been involved in a comprehensive program of reconstruction in the region, through which we are helping displaced minorities to return to their homes in Ninewa. This initially included repairing their damaged or even destroyed homes. In our current project, we distribute small and medium-sized grants to restart businesses, creating jobs, and training positions, promoting social cohesion and peaceful coexistence among the various ethno-religious groups, and improving access to healthcare. Currently MI is implementing in partnership with NNGOs “Intervention for More Durable Assistance and Development (IMDAD)” Project in Sinjar, Talafar, Tilkief and Hamdaniya districts of Ninewa Governorate from May 2021 until 30 April 2024.
Malteser International is looking for an Expert/Company to undertake a Final Evaluation of the "Intervention for More Durable Assistance and Development (IMDAD)" in the regions of Kurdistan (Erbil) and central Iraq (Ninewa).
The objective of this consultancy is to provide effectively lessons learned and provide information on the nature, extension and where possible, the potential impact and sustainability of the project against its expected results. The scope of the evaluation will be based on the OECD-DAC criteria of relevance, efficiency, effectiveness, impact, and sustainability and will be in line with BMZ evaluation guidelines. The evaluation process should start in January 2024 and needs to be completed with the final report by 21 March 2024.
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Whether you work as a specialist on overseas service or in one of our regional offices - we offer you a challenging working environment in an experienced international team. More than 1,000 national and international staff are currently deployed in various crisis and disaster areas around the world as well as in our regional offices in Cologne and New York City. For more information please click here.
In case of questions, please contact Mr. Khalid Javed
All questions should be submitted before November 30, 2023
How to apply:
Bids must be submitted electronically to Malteser International, at firstname.lastname@example.org.
For more information, please see the Terms of Reference. Deadline for submission: December 10, 2023.