Sonke Gender Justice: End of term Evaluation for the Rights, Action & Accountability Project
Across the African region, Sonke is increasingly supporting local communities to demand justice and engage in community driven primary prevention in response to local incidents of gender-based violence (GBV), including rape, female genital mutilation (FGM), child marriage and femicide.
Key Activities & Time schedule
The estimated duration of the evaluation is 5 months, starting in March 2021 and ending in July 2021. The evaluator is expected to produce an Inception Report, including a detailed evaluation plan and methodology. The evaluation team is expected to present main findings and recommendations in a meeting with Sonke, with a draft report produced by the end of June. A final report will be prepared in July.
Required Competencies & Expertise
The evaluation team will consist of a team of people who collectively have extensive and substantive experience evaluating policy advocacy projects within the African region. Proven knowledge and expertise in quantitative and qualitative research methodologies, policy and technical legal work and social change. The team must be highly skilled in participatory monitoring and evaluation and they must have demonstrable analytical, writing and communication skills. There must be a team leader and main point person for the project.
The budget for the evaluation is R100 000
How to apply
Should you wish to apply, please send a detailed CV, detailed quote, motivation letter and a short proposal brief to:
Stacy Norman-Hector (Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist) / Kayan Leung (Policy & Advocacy unit manager)
Phone: +27 (0)21 423 7088 / +27 (0)11 339 3589
For more information please view the attached ToR