Deadline: 22 January, 2021
Location: Cross River, Nigeria
United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) is seeking to fill the role of Consultant for Project End Evaluation.
UNDP works in nearly 170 countries and territories, promoting programmes tackling poverty, minimising inequalities and exclusion.
- Assess the deforestation and forest degradation (REDD+) investment project’s ability to build government capacities (at the state/local government level), transfer capacities (technical, strategic, etc.) to government partners
- Assess the project’s ability to effectively implement gender-responsive actions and ensure full and active participation of women and gender-responsive results
- Assess the project’s ability to effectively build and implement robust multi-stakeholder and multi-sectoral processes
- Assess the project’s achievements (compared to objectives and indicators)
- Assess the project’s contributions to transversal topics (public policies, safeguards implementation, communication, knowledge management, etc.)
- Assess the project’s management performance, including financial management, reporting
- Assess the project’s risk management strategy and implementation
- Advanced degree in Statistics, Social Science, Development, or a relevant field, or equivalent professional experience
- Master’s degree in a relevant field with professional training in Monitoring and Evaluation preferred
- Significant experience with qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis methods, including tracking outcome indicators in the nature and climate sector
- Experience in engaging with national and subnational governments, local NGOs and INGOs within the area of monitoring, evaluation, learning or knowledge management
- Extensive expertise, knowledge, and experience in the field of jurisdictional REDD+ strategies and approaches, and low emission development
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills in English
- Experience in UNDP mandate, policy, procedures, and preparation of annual results reports will be a plus
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