EJAF Mozambique – Deep Engagement Grant: Final Evaluation

Deadline date
28 Oct 2019
Contact name
Chantel Le Fleur-Bellerose
Contact email address


The EJAF Mozambique, Deep Engagement Grant project is a two-year project designed to blend proven evidence based approaches with innovative interventions to increase demand and uptake of HIV services by the LGBT populations of Mozambique. The project is funded by the Elton John Aids Foundation and it is implemented by a consortium of two international organisations, Frontline AIDS (lead) and HealthGap and two national organisations, Lambda and Amodefa.

Purpose of the Evaluation 

The main objective of this evaluation is to assess the appropriateness, effectiveness, impact, and sustainability of the EJAF Mozambique project by identifying the level of short to medium-term outcomes, the intended and unintended effects of these achievements, approaches that worked well and those that worked less well, and identify the successes, challenges, and learnings. Importantly the evaluation will also assess which aspects of

Scope of Work

The final project evaluation will assess the overall achievements of the project and identify good practices and lessons. It will also produce recommendations for replication in terms of implementing programmes in the Mozambique context, and implementing HIV programmes with LGBT populations more broadly. The final project evaluation will not assess progress towards the project’s objectives as these will be assessed in the final project report. Additionally the evaluation of the community-based strategies will assess their contribution in achieving the project objectives related to community outreach work.

The three strategies are:

  • Provision of community based rapid HIV testing by trained LGBT HIV testing counsellors
  • Safe spaces for the socialisation and empowerment of Mozambican LGBT communities
  • Provision of outreach clinical services via mobile clinics in locations regularly visited by LGBT people

We are looking for a consultant team comprising of those who are independent of Frontline AIDS and Elton John AIDS Foundation, i.e. not an employee of either Elton John AIDS Foundation or Frontline AIDS, but it could be someone with previous experience of either organisation.

If you are interested, please send:

  • A 3-4 page expression of interest outlining your approach for the above scope of work.
  • Indicative budget, including travel costs.
  •  CV of all proposed team members showing your qualifications
  • 2 examples of previous relevant work completed (or links to reports available online) to Chantel Le Fleur-Bellerose ([email protected]) by 28th of October 2019.

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