CONSULTANCY CALL: End of Project Evaluation

PLA is seeking for the services of the consultant to undertake the end of project evaluation of the Legal Aid for Poor Vulnerable and Marginalized Persons in Uganda (LAPVMU) project.


In May 2018, Platform for Labour Action was a warded a funding grant by the Democratic Governance Facility (DGF) to implement a three Project Title: Legal Aid for Poor Vulnerable and Marginalized Persons in Uganda (LAPVMU) from 15th May 2018 to 14th May 2021. The implementation of this project was further periodically extended through a serious of addendums and last addendums ends 30th September 2022.

The main problems addressed by this project was the limited legal support for poor and vulnerable persons to access justice when they are faced with justice needs ranging from work place disputes, land disputes, family disputes including domestic violence, separation, divorce, difficulty obtaining child support and maintenance.

Objective of the End of Project evaluation:

The main aim of this evaluation is to ascertain the outcomes, relevance, efficiency, effectiveness, coherence, impact, sustainability, best practices, and lessons learnt of the project.

Expected Deliverables:

• Inception report detailing the Consultant’s understanding of the assignment.

• Approved Data Collection tools to facilitate the data collection process.

• Prepare Final report with clear Evaluation findings and recommendations.

Application Procedure:

Applicants are required to submit the following:

• A letter of interest stating why you consider yourself suitable for the assignment.

• A technical proposal outlining your understanding of the assignment, methodology, approach and implementation plan of the assignment.

• CVs highlighting past experiences of similar projects.

• Similar work references: contact details(e-mail addresses) of referees.

• A sample of similar assignments conducted within the past two years.

• A financial proposal indicating consultancy fee (lump sum fee) and a breakdown of expenses (unit price together with any other expenses) related to the assignment.

Source: Uganda National Ngo Forum


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