|Procurement Process :||Other|
|Office :||Country Office – JORDAN|
|Posted on :||18-Sep-18|
|Development Area :||CONSULTANTS|
|Reference Number :||49903|
|Link to Atlas Project :
00094634 – Sustainable Development Goals
Offeror’s Letter/ Financial Proposal
Personal History form P11
Terms and Condition of Individual contract
|Overview :Interested candidates are invited to submit the following documents and as per attached templates:
(i) Explaining why they are the most suitable for the work
(ii) Provide a brief methodology on how they will approach and conduct the work (if applicable)
2. Financial proposal as per attached offerer’s letter ANNEX 3
3. Personal CV including past experience in similar projects and at least 3 references
4. Filled B11 form ANNEX 4
Or to the following address:
Description of the assignment: Terminal Evaluation for “Mainstreaming Biodiversity Conservation into Tourism Sector Development” project
Project name: Mainstreaming Biodiversity Converstaiton into Toursim Sector Development in Jordan
Period of assignment/services (if applicable): 25 working days
The Mainstreaming Biodiversity in the Tourism Sector Development in Jordan Project is a GEF/UNDP project commenced in January 2014. The four years project aim is to make the consideration of biodiversity a fundamental part of everyday planning and development for tourism in Jordan. More specifically, the Project Objective is:
“Biodiversity conservation objectives are effectively mainstreamed and advanced into and through tourism sector development in Jordan”.
The project executed jointly by a number of national institutions namely, the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities (MoTA), the Ministry of Municipal Affairs (MoMA), the Petra Development and Tourism Region Authority (PDTRA), the Royal Society for the Conservation of Nature (RSCN) and the Aqaba Special Economic Zone Authority (ASEZA). The project is further coordinated with the Ministry of Planning and International Cooperation (MoPIC) and the Ministry of Environment (MoEnv).
2. SCOPE OF WORK, RESPONSIBILITIES AND DESCRIPTION OF THE PROPOSED ANALYTICAL WORK
An overall approach and method for conducting project terminal evaluations of UNDP supported GEF financed projects has developed over time. The evaluator is expected to frame the evaluation effort using the criteria of relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, sustainability, and impact, as defined and explained in the UNDP Guidance for Conducting Terminal Evaluations of UNDP-supported, GEF-financed Projects. A set of questions covering each of these criteria have been drafted and are included with attached TOR (Annex C) The evaluator is expected to amend, complete and submit this matrix as part of an evaluation inception report, and shall include it as an annex to the final report.
The evaluation must provide evidence‐based information that is credible, reliable and useful. The evaluator is expected to follow a participatory and consultative approach ensuring close engagement with government counterparts, in particular the GEF operational focal point, UNDP Country Office, project team, UNDP GEF Technical Adviser based in the region and key stakeholders. The evaluator is expected to conduct a field mission to Jordan including the following project sites; Wadi Rum PA, Dibbiin PA and Petra. Interviews will be held with the following organizations and individuals at a minimum:
The evaluator will review all relevant sources of information, such as the project document, project reports – including Annual APR/PIR, project budget revisions, midterm review, progress reports, GEF focal area tracking tools, project files, national strategic and legal documents, and any other materials that the evaluator considers useful for this evidence-based assessment. A list of documents that the project team will provide to the evaluator for review is included in Annex B of this Terms of Reference.