As the custodian of the evaluation function, the Evaluation Office (EO) supports the Administrator in his/her substantive accountability function, and contributes to informed decision-making by the Executive Board, managing for development results by the organization and enhancing the evaluation function across the UN system by engaging with partners in the evaluation and development community.
EO conducts a series of country-level evaluations every year, called Assessments of Development Results (ADRs), which assess and validate development results at the country level and are part of UNDP’s accountability, learning and evaluation systems. ADRs usually cover the UNDP portfolio over a 5-7 year period, and their findings and recommendations are widely shared with all stakeholders. ADRs for 2013 include Sierra Leone and Kenya, and EO is currently seeking external consultants who will participate in the evaluation of either country and will support EO Evaluation Managers in conducting the evaluations
Duties and Responsibilities
Evaluation consultants (team specialists) are sought in the ADRs for Sierra Leone and Kenya, who will provide their technical expertise and knowledge in the areas of country programmes:
For Sierra Leone,
Under the supervision of the respective EO Evaluation Manager, consultants will:
Required Skills and Experience
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