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We're regularly looking for consultancies roles in our regional offices.
Endline evaluation of the Skills for Prosperity Programme - Kenya
Leonard Cheshire is inviting qualified firms and individuals to send in their most competitive bids for consultancy services on end-line evaluation of the Skills for Prosperity Programme- Kenya implemented by Leonard Cheshire, International Labour Organization, and The Open University, UK.
The S4PKe is part of the global Skills for Prosperity Programme, which draws on UK expertise to improve the equity, quality, and relevance of higher education (HE), technical and vocational education and training (TVET).
The 30-month programme, effective from October 2020 to March 2023, with funding from the United Kingdom's Foreign, Commonwealth and Development Office (FCDO) under the UK Prosperity Fund, seeks to improve skill levels, employment rates and productivity for women, low-income youth, and persons with disabilities in Kenya. Leonard Cheshire leads this initiative and is in consortium with the International Labour Organization and The Open University, UK.
The objectives of the endline evaluation are:
- To provide a comprehensive measurement of the S4PKe’s results against the intended intermediate outcomes and outcomes, in particular improving skill levels, employment rates and productivity for women, low-income youth and persons with disabilities in Kenya.
- To understand the drivers, enablers and barriers to improved skill levels, employment rates and productivity for the specific sub-groups (women, low-income youth and persons with disabilities) targeted by the project.
- To understand how well the project adapted the design and implementation of activities, and the degree to which these activities achieved their desired effects.
- To understand how well the project included and supported women, low-income youth and persons with disabilities, (specifically, capture changes in safeguarding, inclusion and gender-sensitive practices) and has contributed to increasing equity, quality and relevance and improving skill levels, employment rates and productivity.
- To describe and assess the lasting impact that the project has had and will have (or can reasonably be expected to have) at the level of communities and systemically.
- To draw lessons from the process, design, implementation, successes and failures of the project and support with the dissemination of evaluation findings and lessons from the project.
Both the detailed technical proposal and financial proposal should be submitted to firstname.lastname@example.org and copy email@example.com in two separate PDF documents with the subject line “Confidential proposal for endline study and final evaluation of the S4PKe”.
The deadline for submission of proposals is 30 November 2022.
Our international department are always looking for experienced consultants to join our roster to add extra capacity to our staff.
We're looking for consultants with any of the following skills:
- inclusive education
- economic inclusion
- assistive technology
- innovation and technology
- inclusive policies and advocacy
- proposal writing
- project management and grant management
If you are interested to join our consultants’ roster for short/medium term assignments please submit your CV to firstname.lastname@example.org.