The Nigeria Stability & Reconciliation Programme (NSRP) is supported by the UK Department for International Development (DFID), and is being designed and implemented by the British Council, in consortium with International Alert and Social Development Direct.
The Programme has been designed through an intensive consultation process, which commenced in November 2011, culminating in the preparation of a detailed business case, M&E strategy and logical framework, and an implementation plan for the period 2012-2017. The Consortium, led by the British Council, wishes to appoint a Service Provider (SP) to provide technical assistance in the delivery of the NSRP M&E strategy.
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M&E Service Provider fo Nigeria Stability & Reconciliation Programme
•To support management decision-making through the timely provision of verified quantitative and qualitative data
•To provide technical assistance in all areas of monitoring and evaluation to the NSRP delivery team, including a value for money strategy
•To strengthen M&E capacity of the NSRP M&E team, NSRP staff in general, programme delivery partners and beneficiaries
•To undertake, on request, thematic or issues based studies, to help inform and showcase the achievements and impact of the NSRP
•To work with NSRP M&E staff to identify and support synergies between M&E of the NSRP and other DFID State Level Programmes
The British Council-led Consortium is seeking a suitably qualified and experienced consultant, consultancy team or firm with a strong track record in conducting monitoring and evaluation of complex technical assistance programmes, with specific knowledge and experience of M&E in a conflict prevention and peacebuilding context. The service provider will have wide respect and credibility within the field, an excellent knowledge of monitoring and evaluation in theory and practice, and a demonstrable understanding of how stability and reconciliation contributes to the wider agenda of poverty reduction.
How to Apply
Applicants should submit a short capacity statement (5 pages maximum), outlining their experience to provide the services, with accompanying CVs of key personnel who will actually conduct the services (2 pages maximum) to email@example.com by midnight UK time on 27th August 2012. The application should outline unit rates for the services of the named personnel.