The £245,000 project works at a strategic national level and a district level with three faith groups – the Church of Uganda, the Catholic Church of Uganda and the Uganda Muslim Supreme Council, which are all major providers of education in Uganda. It aims to promote menstrual health, tackle harmful ideas and build a more supportive environment for girls and women in Uganda.
Applicants are invited to submit applications to conduct a final evaluation and final evaluation report (30 pages) to assess and demonstrate the extent to which the project has improved girls’ experience of menstruation in targeted schools and contributed to building a more supportive environment for girls and women in Uganda.
The successful candidate/s will divide their focus between Kampala and rural parts of Uganda (engaging with D4G project implementing partners) and the UK (engaging with head office staff from ARC/Faith in Water).
Timeline and budget
The final version of the evaluation report needs to be completed by 14 July 2019. As part of the evaluation, the evaluator is requested to attend a lessons-learned project conference in Kampala that is scheduled for Wednesday 12 June 2019.
ARC will enter into a fixed-fee-contract with the successful candidate, amounting to £5,000 for services rendered. Travel and accommodation to/within Uganda will be arranged and covered by FIW and local partners.
How to apply:
Please submit an application via email to firstname.lastname@example.org to include your CV and a covering letter of no more than three pages, outlining:
- Your understanding of the requirements and of evaluating the impact of menstrual health and WASH programmes.
- Your expertise and experience in the field carrying out final evaluations; your experience in the area of menstrual health and WASH; your experience in the region (Uganda and/or East Africa).
- Your proposed approach in delivering this evaluation, including number of work days.
More information here. Application deadline: 27 May 2019