Oxfam-Solidariteit, hereafter Oxfam, non-governmental organization for humanitarian assistance and development cooperation launches an invitation to quote for proposals for the final evaluation of the project “Empowering communities to respond to conflict-induced protection risks and high food insecurity levels in six vast humanitarian crises.
The offer must be received by October 8th 2023. It has to be sent to OBE.firstname.lastname@example.org
The IQ is structured as follows
1. Terms of reference
2. Submission procedure
3. Decision proceduret
This invitation to quote does not entail any obligation for Oxfam to make a purchase. This invitation should not be interpreted as a contract offer with your company and/or organization. No compensation can be claimed in case of non-acceptance of an offer or non-granting of a contract.
Terms of reference
Summary of the evaluated project
Empowering communities to respond to conflict-induced protection risks and high food insecurity levels in six vast humanitarian crises.
Oxfam Belgique (grant signatory), Oxfam in Countries, 11 partner organisations (at field level).
Directorate-general Development Cooperation and Humanitarian Aid (DGD)
Middle East: Yemen and the occupied Palestinian territory
Sahel: Burkina Faso, Mali and Niger
Great Lakes: the DRC
5th October 2021 – 30 November 2023 (including a 2-month NCE).
Officer in charge of the evaluation
Oxfam Belgium Humanitarian Lead
Evaluation reference group (TBC)
Oxfam Belgium Humanitarian Lead;
Institutional Partnership Manager (DGD);
Oxfam International Protection Advisor;
Oxfam International Protection and Hunger Policy Advisor;
1 focal point per country of implementation;
1 local partner representative per country of implementation.
The full consolidated project proposal will be shared with interested candidates.
Over the spring 2021, Oxfam Belgium and Oxfam International through the Global Humanitarian Team supported the development of multi-country Humanitarian Programmes that was submitted to the DGD on July 15th 2021 that had launched a “Protection financial framework”. For the first time, the Belgian Donor had attributed pre-identified envelopes to its 8 humanitarian partners. The Oxfam topline intervention had been discussed with the DGD prior to the final submission of the programme.
In line with DGD regulations, one final evaluation of the programme is required to justify the use of the funds. The evaluation report must be submitted to the administration within six months after the end of the action.