Design, Monitoring and Evaluation for Peacebuilding

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Mid-Term Evaluation of the Trans-Border Dialogue for Peace in the Great Lakes Region programme

Interpeace-East and Central Africa Region
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Contact Person
DM&E Officer
Interpeace-East and Central Africa Region
Ms. Abiosseh Davis
Interpeace’s Trans-Border Dialogue for Peace in the Great Lakes Region programme seeks a team of consultants
(international and local) to conduct a mid-term evaluation. The evaluation is expected to measure progress of the
programme and to assess the effectiveness of the programme strategies for achieving programme outcomes. The
evaluation is also expected to provide recommendations for ensuring programme effectiveness and efficiency,
adapting to changes in the political context, as well as maximising programme impact. The programme has been
designed using the outcome mapping approach which is also expected to guide the methodology of the evaluation.
Interpeace anticipates that the evaluation will commence in July, for a period of 30 working days, including a
minimum of 15 days in Nairobi, Burundi, Eastern DRC, and/or Rwanda.

The evaluation will be undertaken by a team composed of an international consultant, who will be the team leader, and a local consultant from the Great Lakes region (Rwanda, Burundi or the DR Congo).

The consultants will be expected to have the following skills and experience at a minimum:

  • Ÿ  Experience conducting evaluations/assessments
  • Ÿ  Strong analytical skills and experience working with the Outcome Mapping approach
  • Ÿ  Strong knowledge of and experience with conflict resolution, peacebuilding and reconciliation programmes
  • Ÿ  Experience working in the Great Lakes region or other conflict or post-conflict environments, with preference given to Great Lakes-specific experience
  • Ÿ  Proven record of delivering professional outputs
  • Ÿ  A willingness to travel to the Great Lakes region
  • Ÿ  Excellent French and English speaking and writing skills, for both the international and the local consultant. 
  • Ÿ  An ability to work within tight deadlines

Please review the attached Terms of Reference or follow the link for more information regarding this opportunity. 

Start Date
How To Apply

For consideration for this opportunity, please submit an expression of interest (no longer than 3 pages) and a CV for both the international and local consultants proposed by May 25, 2015 (midnight) via email to:


Applicants, if shortlisted, will be required to subsequently submit work samples in English and a preliminary evaluation methodology

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