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Alert is seeking consultancy whose aim is to assess and establish the relevance of the ‘***TUSAMEHEANE TUJENGE NCHI – Participatory Governance for Peace in Kenya***’ to the conflict and governance context in target counties (including the program’s theory of change) and the program’s effectiveness in realizing planned program outcomes, to evaluate its impact and sustainability, identify key lessons learnt and provide recommendations for strategic decision making the extent to which conflict dynamics have changed within the target counties and the extent to which the county governments are improving peace in the target counties.

The preferred consultant will have a master’s degree in relevant subjects, knowledge of the national and target counties’ conflict and governance(devolution) contexts, demonstrable practical experience in monitoring and evaluation approaches. practical knowledge of the OECD DAC Criteria for Evaluating Development Assistance and other USAID and state departments evaluations requirements. The assignment will cover Nairobi, Migori and Wajir counties

Fluency in English is essential

  • Contract duration: One month
  • Location: Nairobi, Wajir and Migori, Kenya
  • Closing date: 28 January 2022 (23:59 UK Time)

How to apply

If you wish to be considered for this position, please send an ‘Expression of interest’ indicating your current rate and details of your referees, along with an up-to-date CV, to [email protected] by Friday the 28th January 2022

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0 USD Nairobi, Wajir and Migori Kenya CF 3201 Abc road Consultancy , 40 hours per week International Alert

Alert is seeking consultancy whose aim is to assess and establish the relevance of the ‘***TUSAMEHEANE TUJENGE NCHI – Participatory Governance for Peace in Kenya***’ to the conflict and governance context in target counties (including the program’s theory of change) and the program’s effectiveness in realizing planned program outcomes, to evaluate its impact and sustainability, identify key lessons learnt and provide recommendations for strategic decision making the extent to which conflict dynamics have changed within the target counties and the extent to which the county governments are improving peace in the target counties.

The preferred consultant will have a master’s degree in relevant subjects, knowledge of the national and target counties’ conflict and governance(devolution) contexts, demonstrable practical experience in monitoring and evaluation approaches. practical knowledge of the OECD DAC Criteria for Evaluating Development Assistance and other USAID and state departments evaluations requirements. The assignment will cover Nairobi, Migori and Wajir counties

Fluency in English is essential

  • Contract duration: One month
  • Location: Nairobi, Wajir and Migori, Kenya
  • Closing date: 28 January 2022 (23:59 UK Time)

How to apply

If you wish to be considered for this position, please send an ‘Expression of interest’ indicating your current rate and details of your referees, along with an up-to-date CV, to [email protected] by Friday the 28th January 2022

2022-01-29

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