Term of Reference
TERMS OF REFERENCE (TOR) FOR A CONSULTANT(S) TO DELIVER M&E TRAINING FOR HJA AND PARTNERS IN LAOS
General Information Intervention:
Basic training on Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) methodologies and processes: We seek a Consultant to develop a M&E training to provide general knowledge on M&E processes and methodologies to Huam Jai Asasamak (HJA) staff and partners : Total work days: 22 days and a follow up period of up to three months upon completion of training.
Huam Jai Asasamak Association(HJA) is a non-profit association registered in Laos and currently implementing three programmes with strong focus on youth development, shaping Lao youth to become productive leaders in the future with sustainable development in mind. Volunteer Internship Program (VIP) being the core activity of HJA is supported by supplemental activities to achieve greater outcomes. HJA programmes and its intended goals are described below:
Huam Jai Asasamak Association works with youth in the age bracket 18 – 25 years old and ethnic minority groups in 15 provinces.
Volunteer Internship Programme (VIP) for less advantaged Lao youth to gain valuable experience by placing rural, indigenous minority and disadvantaged young people on a 12-month volunteer internship placements with INGOs, NPAs and local organisations.
Volunteer Alumni Programme (VAP) has supported alumni from the Volunteer Internship Programme to continue playing a key role in the development of their rural community.
Volunteer Peer Educator (VPE): This is a 6-month programme that caters for local youth looking to expand their knowledge on volunteerism and leadership development in Vientiane.
For more detail of HJA programme information please visit HJA’s Facebook page: Huam Jai Asasamak
Terms of Reference June, 2019
This Monitoring and Evaluation training program is funded under DANIDA framework through CARE International in Lao PDR.
2.0 SCOPE OF THE WORK
The work will cover preparatory activities upon signing of the contract of consultancy until post-activities of the Training.
Scope of the Design and delivery of the M&E Training
3.0 TIMELINE AND EXPECTED OUTPUTS
|Activities||Estimate Number of days||Deliverable||Location|
|Meeting with HJA to sign contract||0.5||Signed contract||HJA|
|Development of M&E training and supporting materials.||4||Draft Training Materials and suggest time frame for training.||HJA|
|Meeting with HJA for training delivery preparation (pre-test)||1||Review existing drafted training materials.||HJA|
|Finalize the M&E training based on feedback from HJA coordinator.||2||
1-Pre-test and make final adjustments for delivery of the training as necessary.
|Conduct M&E training for HJA staff and partners.||22||Participants master the training material and are competent in demonstrating and implementing the acquired knowledge||HJA|
|Submit M&E training evaluation report||1||Training evaluation report||HJA|
|Follow up period of up to three month upon completion of the training||90||Provide guidance and advice as needed||HJA, phone, email.|
4.0 REPORTING RELATIONSHIPS:
The Consultant(s) will report to the HJA Programme Coordinator
5.0 QUALIFICATIONS OF THE CONSULTANT
Requirement of consultant:
6.0 APPLICATION INSTRUCTION: Strictly follow the instructions indicated in this Term of Reference.
Interested consultants should submit the following in electronic form to HJA to either one of the following email addresses:
Please submit your application by 26th June 2019; (6 pm-Lao time).
Kindly indicate ‘Consultant for M&E Training’ in the subject line.
Submissions must include:
CVs (no more than 3 pages)
Name and contact of 2 references
Huam Jai Asasamak Association (HJA) is a Non-Profit Association (NPA) in Lao PDR; established to create opportunities for Lao youth in strengthening their capacity to develop their own communities through volunteer action, so that a measurable impact upon poverty and inequality can be achieved within the Lao PDR. It focuses on creating equal opportunities for rural and urban youth in the age bracket 18 – 25 years old and the minority ethnic groups in 15 provinces.