Consultancy - Mid-term evaluation
The Norwegian Students and Academics International Assistance Fund (SAIH) is seeking a consultant/consultancy team to undertake a mid-term evaluation of our development cooperation work funded by NORAD for the period 2018-2021.
The Norwegian Students and Academics International Assistance Fund (SAIH) is seeking a consultant/consultancy team to undertake a mid-term evaluation of our development cooperation work funded by NORAD for the period 2018-2021. Through this work we support and engage with partners across focus countries in Latin America, Southern Africa and in Myanmar to strengthen human rights and academic freedom in the higher education sector. The mid-term evaluation will assess initial progress against expected results, test assumptions and identify learning to feed into a new strategy and program concept beyond 2021. This will entail conducting visits to 2-3 partner countries.
SAIH is looking to contract a consultant/team of consultants with extensive experience of carrying out multi-country evaluations, a good understanding of the contexts in which SAIH operates, and with knowledge and sensitivity of SAIH key focus areas, such as SOGIE and LGBTI+ rights, indigenous and afro-descendent peoples’ rights, academic freedom and the right to education.
To apply: please send a proposal for undertaking the evaluation to SAIH’s Head of Programs Department, Kjersti J Mowé at firstname.lastname@example.org by 25 February 2020. Any questions can also be directed at this email address.
The application should contain:
- Profile of the lead consultant and consultant team members with traceable references and copies of/links to CVs and previous writing and published materials.
- A layout and a breakdown of how the consultants understand and plan carry out the assignment.
- Professional fee quotation indicating envisaged actions, the requested fee for the work in the job description.
Please read more in our Terms of Reference, here.
SAIH is a Norwegian solidarity organisation of and for students, teachers and academics, operating nationally and internationally with development cooperation, political advocacy and information work. Established in 1961 to support the anti-apartheid movement in South Africa, SAIH has since collaborated with partners across various parts of the world, focusing on issues such as health and education rights, equality, inclusion and anti-discrimination particularly relating to groups that historically have been discriminated, protection of human rights and academic freedom, civil society organisations, and youth leadership. In Norway SAIH has members from the student and academia sectors and is present at universities and colleges across the country through Local Chapters.