Request for Expression of Interest
Conducting a Midterm Review for the “The Improved Access to Markets for Female and Male Small Scale Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Producers in the West Bank Programme”
Oxfam Great Britain is implementing a 3-year project funded by SDC, titled “The Improved Access to Markets for Female and Male Small Scale Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Producers in the West Bank Programme” which is a pro-poor market development programme funded by the Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation (SDC). The Programme aims to improve market systems and governance in the agriculture sector, specifically in the fresh fruit and vegetable (FFV) subsector, in the interest of small-scale producers (SSPs) and sharecropping farming communities working in the West Bank, with an ultimate objective of sustainably increasing incomes of SSPs.
Oxfam Great Britain is looking for a team of external consultants/consultancy firm to conduct a midterm evaluation of the project that will evaluate the indicators against project objectives and results, as well as provide learning and knowledge.
The consultant is expected to have:
-Several years experience working on midterm evaluations in international development sector, preferably on food security and livelihoods.
-Good knowledge and extensive practice applying participatory approaches and qualitative methods to monitoring and evaluation.
-Good experience of market approaches, value chain and M4P approaches and in working with relevant stakeholders in Gaza Strip
-Experience of integrating gender dynamics within participatory data collection and analysis
-Relevant geographical experience in the West Bank and Gaza Strip, ideally including previous work in the governorates of Jenin, Qalqilya, Tulkarem and Hebron, and the Jordan Valley cluster, as well as the 5 governorates of the Gaza Strip
For the complete Terms of Reference, please contact Reem Hotari & Mahar Abdelatieef on the following e-mail:
firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com
Firms or individuals interested in applying to this assignment should present an offer with a comprehensive detailed budget to include: daily fees and expenses, no later than Thursday 20/1/2017.