All posts by Thibault Simonet

Enabel – Service contract to support the evaluation of Enabel’s response to Covid-19

Enabel’s Internal Assessment Department has initiated a real-time assessment to document the adaptation and scale-up of Enabel’s interventions to respond to the COVID-19 crisis. The three main objectives of this assessment are: Assess the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic on Enabel’s interventions; Document how Enabel has adapted its interventions (on one hand to respond to the health crisis and on the other hand to mitigate the impact of side effects) and analyze in depth the mechanisms underlying decision-making and implemented; Assess the relevance and consistency…

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Haute autorité pour la consolidation de la paix au Niger (HACP) – Diagnosis of capacity building needs (Redressement Tillabéri and Trois Frontières projects)

The Cota supports the HACP in strengthening its organizational and institutional capacities from the following axes : Participatory identification of the needs of the HACP in strengthening its organizational capacities in terms of project management; Support for carrying out a self-assessment of the HACP’s capacities in monitoring and evaluation, in particular to develop a reinforced monitoring system for the Tillabéri and Trois Frontières Recovery projects; Implementation of actions following the diagnosis. October 2020 to September 2023

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Enabel – General agreement / Mid-term and final evaluations of interventions

This general agreement is concluded for a period of 4 years. The objective of this contract (part 2) is to conduct mid-term and final external reviews / evaluations of the interventions implemented by Enabel and its partners. It covers projects and programs of institutional and operational support in different sectors (education, health, governance, decentralization, migration) and also includes crosscutting themes (gender, human rights, AIDS, environment, capacity building). These evaluations report to donors, partners and stakeholders on the performance of interventions and the use of public…

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