International Development Law Organization, Philippines
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The purpose of the evaluation is to assess the results achieved of the EICPP (Enhancing the Institutional Capacity of Prosecutors in the Philippines – III) Project – Phase III against the stated outcomes and outputs as of May 2020. Within this framework, the evaluation will:
- Provide an independent assessment of the program and measure the extent to which the expected results were achieved with a particular emphasis on its impact on the intended beneficiaries and sustainability of results; and
- Identify relevant lessons learned and provide feedback with a view to informing the design and, implementation and results monitoring of future projects and programs.
The incumbent will report to the IDLO Evaluation Unit and will be expected to carry out the following key duties in line with the detailed evaluation Terms of Reference (Link):
- Conduct an in-depth desk review of: project documents and reports; administrative records related to the various activities; project’s progress reports; and M&E data and reports.
- Reconstruct the Theory of Change and develop the Evaluation Questions and Indicators;
- Identify methodological approaches and tools to capture data, in line with the expected evaluation results;
- Organize and manage data collection, administering it with project stakeholders and beneficiaries including project trainers, trainees, and other stakeholders relevant for the evaluation’s scope;
- Set up and conduct key informant interviews and focus group discussions (FGDs) with other relevant project stakeholders.
The incumbent will undertake the in-depth analytical work to produce Inception Note and Evaluation Report in all draft and final versions. In particular, the incumbent will prepare the following deliverables:
- An Inception Note (presenting the situational background, the evaluation design and the list of key informants in the field)
- A draft Evaluation Report (presenting the evaluation findings, conclusions/lessons learned and recommendations where the “causal link” is strictly observed)
- Finalized Evaluation Report, incorporating feedback from all relevant project stakeholders.
Ideal Candidate Profile
Education and Work Experience
- Advanced university degree in Evaluation, Health, Social Sciences, International Development, Law or related field.
- 7-10 years of relevant professional experience in conducting results-oriented evaluations of international development projects and programs and/or in complex/strategic assessments, focused on capacity-building in the fields of good governance and rule of law;
- Professional experience with project cycle management, OECD DAC evaluation framework, logical framework approaches and with quality assurance within international development evaluations;
- Experience with working in fragile/transition countries and knowledge/experience of capacity building and institutional development programs will be considered an asset.