Global Campaign for Education (GCE)
CALL FOR PROPOSALS: Endline Evaluation of the Civil Society Education Fund (CSEF) Programme 2016-2019
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The Global Campaign for Education (GCE) is a civil society movement working to end the global education crisis. Our mission is to make sure that States act now to deliver the right of everyone to a free, quality public education.
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The Global Campaign for Education (GCE) is releasing a call for proposals to undertake an external evaluation of the Civil Society Education Fund (CSEF) Programme 2016-2019 for a period of approximately 5 months from the 01st September 2019. For more details, please download the attached Terms of Reference below: https://www.campaignforeducation.org/wp/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/CONCEPT-NOTE_CSEF-ENDLINE-EVALUATION-Final-Draft_-24-June-2019.pdf
Proposals should be submitted electronically in English with the subject line “Proposal: Evaluation of the CSEF Programme 2016-2019 (your company/consortium or lead consultant’s name)” to firstname.lastname@example.org by Friday, 24th July 2019. Proposals should comprise of these two separate parts:
Part A: Technical and Administrative Proposal
- A description of the methodology demonstrating your understanding and analysis of the TOR and proposing how you intend to proceed to implement the services (including suggested sampling strategy and timetable) (maximum 15 pages);
- A brief biography of the team leader and each of the proposed evaluation team members, that clearly demonstrates their experience for the assignment and the competencies outlined in the Terms of Reference (maximum 4 pages);
- The up-to-date Curricula Vitae (CV) for each of the expert(s) proposed to work on this assignment;
- Personnel inputs (including productive working person days without any reference to fees);
- A signed Statement of Availability (Annex B) – signed by each of the expert(s) proposed;
- Two recently completed evaluation reports as examples of previous work, at least two of which must be the consultant team leader’s previous work.
Part B: Financial Proposal
- A signed and initialled detailed Price Schedule which includes all fees and identified expenses;
- The consultant shall cover all costs related to this consultancy, including transportation to targeted areas, printing materials, meals, accommodation and any other expenditure
- Both Technical and Financial Proposals must remain valid for sixty (60) days from the date of their submission to GCE by the consultants.