Тендер: Final Evaluation of the Action “Building Capacity for Civilian Protection in Eastern Ukraine”
Center for Civilians in Conflict (CIVIC) is looking forward to identify organization/independent consultant to conduct an external final evaluation of the action “Building Capacity for Civilian Protection in Eastern Ukraine” funded by the European Union. The overall objective of the Action is to strengthen the capacity of the government of Ukraine and the Armed Forces of Ukraine (AFU) to prevent and address civilian harm through the institutionalization and implementation of higher civilian protection standards. The term of the current action is January 2020 – March 2021, which builds upon a previous action implemented December 2017 – August 2019.
Center for Civilians in Conflict is an international nonprofit with offices around the world working to improve protection for civilians caught in conflict zones. Our mission is to work with armed actors and civilians in conflict to develop and implement solutions to prevent, mitigate, and respond to civilian harm. At CIVIC, we believe that parties to armed conflict have a responsibility to prevent and address civilian harm. To accomplish this, we assess the causes of civilian harm in particular conflicts, craft practical solutions to address that harm, and advocate the adoption of new policies and practices that lead to the improved wellbeing of civilians caught in conflict. Recognizing the power of collaboration, we engage with civilians, governments, militaries, and international and regional institutions to identify and institutionalize strengthened protections for civilians in conflict. CIVIC’s Ukraine activities aim at strengthening the capacity of the Government of Ukraine to prevent and address civilian harm in the conflict-affected areas in eastern Ukraine. Learn more at https://civiliansinconflict.org/our-work/where-we-work/ukraine/
Scope of Work
This external final evaluation, implemented as a donor requirement, is intended to assess the extent to which the planned objectives and results were achieved, what could have been done better, and what implementation strategies could be replicated elsewhere, and respond to several key evaluation questions. The final evaluation is also intended to examine the cumulative outcomes of both phases of the project.
To be considered, proposals must be submitted by COB, Monday, February 1, 2021 to Oksana Kikot via email at [email protected]. Early submissions are welcomed.