Westminster Foundation for Democracy (WFD) is seeking to engage Evaluation Experts to carry out midterm reviews (MTR) of the The Commonwealth Partnership for Democracy programme. Maximum budget applicable: £10,000, Time-frame: April-May 2019, Location: Remote working.
The Commonwealth Partnership for Democracy (CP4D) works with parliaments in 18 Commonwealth Member States across Sub-Saharan Africa and Asia to improve representation of women, young people, people with disabilities and the LGBT+ community in the democratic process. CP4D supports parliament and local government to monitor the actions of the executive.
WFD is keen to hear from experience Experts with the following skills and expertise;
- Master’s degree in Public Policy, International Development, Development Economics/Planning, Economics, International Relations/ Diplomacy or any other relevant university degree;
- Extensive expertise, knowledge, and experience in the field of aid effectiveness and aid management process related issues, including governance programmes;
- Experience of project formulation and evaluation; At least 10 years of experience in working with international organisations and donors, evaluating projects with multiple partners with complex implementation modalities;
For more information about the programme and key deliverables please refer to the Terms of Reference
Submission of proposals
Candidates are required to send their CVs and outline of methodology via email to CP4D@wfd.org by the closing date 29 March 2019, 23.59 (GMT).