|Position:||ABIN Final Programme Evaluation Consultant|
|Application Deadline:||31st of July 2019|
|Duration:||15 fee days|
|Start Date:||October 2019|
SPARK is interested in seeking an experienced (team of) consultant(s) to conduct the final evaluation of its Agribusiness Incubation (ABIN) programme in Burundi. The ABIN programme is being funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs and it has been designed as a contribution to some of Burundi’s most pressing concerns: Food security and poverty alleviation. The objectives of this Final Programme Evaluation are to evaluate the relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, sustainability and impact of the programme, to identify lessons learned from the programme’s implementation and to formulate recommendations for similar future programming. For information on the specifics of this Final Programme Evaluation, please refer to its attached Terms of Reference.
The evaluation will take place in October/November 2019, including preparation, evaluation design, field assessments in the programme’s areas, report writing and presentation of findings to SPARK, local partners and donor.
Main Tasks and Responsibilities of the Final Programme Evaluation:
Requirements and Skills:
The evaluator(s) should be (a team of) experienced and independent consultant(s), freelance or from a consultancy organisation, with at least the following expertise:
How to apply?
If you are interested, please apply on https://vacancy.spark-online.org/ until 31st of July 2019.
All applications should include the following:
All applications will be assessed on rolling basis; interviews can, therefore, take place before the application deadline. However, due to the large volume of applications we receive, we cannot respond to every applicant. There may be a delay between the deadline and the moment we contact selected applicants.
If you have not received a reply we regret to inform that we have continued with other candidates.
SPARK develops higher education and entrepreneurship to empower young, ambitious people to lead their fragile and conflict-affected societies into prosperity. SPARK is a dynamic and growing, international not-for-profit development organisation with 80+ staff members, in more than 14 offices around the world. SPARK supports refugees in the Middle-East by providing them with scholarships in universities and higher education institutions in the region. SPARK also supports young entrepreneurs in fragile states, to start or grow their own businesses.