Call for Proposals: Recruitment of a Consultant to Conduct an Evaluation of the Social Fund for Development of the French Embassy
The French Embassy in Kenya has been working on development cooperation with the government of Kenya since 2001 through its Social Fund for Development (SFD).
The SFD is a specific program which aims at financing the implementation of small local development projects to the benefit of the Kenyan population. Its objective is to provide a strong support for Kenyan civil society to develop and structure itself.
The SFD intervenes on many topics such as the improvement of living conditions in informal settlements, water and sanitation, education, health, food security, capacity building and income generating activities.
Based on a 3 year period budget, the SFD is assessed at the end of each one in order to improve its efficiency. As the last period is ending, the Co-operation and Cultural Department of the French Embassy in Kenya seeks to hire a consultant to conduct an evaluation.
The general objectives of the assessment are:
- Conduct an overall review of the SFD projects and their contributions to the communities;
- Evaluate the selection procedure and files instruction;
- Analyse the project monitoring process and identify areas of improvement;
- Measure the visibility of the SFD in the country;
- Evaluate the efficiency of the SFD.
Any candidate trying to contact the French Embassy will see his/her application rejected.
Info: For any further information about the SFD, visit: http://www.ambafrance-ke.org/Social-Fund-for-Development,410