Terms of Reference for End line & Midline Evaluation of GNB CDPs

Terms of Reference for End line & Midline Evaluation of GNB CDPs

7 Community Development Projects (CDP)
Ref: GNB/BHO/2022/542

Date: 27 July, 2022

Terms of Reference (TOR)
1 Introduction Good Neighbors is an international humanitarian and development non-governmental organization with membership in General Consultative Status in the United Nations Economic and Social Council (UN ECOSOC). Good Neighbors Bangladesh, established in 1996, is operating 16 Community Development Projects (CDP) and 3 Projects with Specific Program (PSP) in 12 districts for child protection, education, health, women empowerment, income-generating activities, DRR, and ICT education project. Winner of MDG 2 award in 2007 Good Neighbors Bangladesh (GNB) works with the mission to improve the lives of the community people especially registered sponsored children of GNB through education, health services, youth development, and women empowerment and livelihood improvement.
2 Evaluation Sectors Education & child protection, Health & WASH, and Income Generation
3 Selected Projects
  • End-line evaluation of CDP’s:
  1. Gulshan CDP, East Vatara, Dhaka
  2. Mirpur CDP, Pallabi, Dhaka
  3. Sirajganj CDP, Raiganj, Ghurka & Chandaikona Union, Sirajganj
  4. Ghatail CDP, Delduar Union, Tangail
  5. Shakhipur CDP, 3 No. Gojaria Union, Tangail
  • Midline evaluation of CDP’s:
  1. Nalka CDP, Raiganj, Nalka Union, Sirajganj
  2. Nilphamari CDP, Sangalshi Union, Nilphamari
4 Purpose
  1. To evaluate the process, impact & outcome of GNB’s 7 Community Development Projects (CDP) through measurable indicators aligning with CDP redesign by the efforts of education, health, and income generation program.
  2. To draw conclusions about lessons learned for future programming.
  3. To ensure accountability and transparency.
5 Objectives
  1. To assess the CDP’s progress towards its goal and outcome based on the re-design of sector-wise indicators.
  2. To measure the relevance, efficiency, effectiveness, impact, and sustainability of the project against intended objectives and goals.
  3. To identify the problems and constraints of the GNB CDP’s initiatives for achieving intended impacts & outcomes.
  4. To identify best practices and implementation of activities to achieve the related outcomes.
  5. COVID-19 impacts the project and beneficiaries
  6. To identify CDP’s strengths and weaknesses and areas for improvement.
6 Methodologies A) Evaluation Tools:

  1. Secondary Documents Review (CDP data review),
  2. Focus group discussion (FGD)
  3. In-depth interview (IDI)
  4. Key informant interview (KII)
  5. Case study
  6. HH survey (if necessary)
B) Sampling Units: Simple Random sampling

    • Focus Group Discussion (FGD)- Sector wise
    • Key Informant Interview (KII)- Sector wise
    • In-depth Interview (IDI)- Sector wise
    • Household Survey (if necessary)
C) Method

  1. Both quantitative and qualitative methods will be followed to seek the answer of the key questions (questions in the Evaluation Matrix).
  2. Indicator-based data will be collected through a participatory process involving community people and all level stakeholders on a random sampling basis.
  3. For the collection of relevant data/ information following tools are to be used: Data review, Household survey, FGD, Document review, KII, IDI, and Case Study/ Success story.
D) Target Respondents:

  1. Sponsored and non-sponsored children and their parents
  2. CDC/ Cooperative members/ Child Council
  3. Youths/ Volunteers
  4. Community People/ Stakeholders/ Local Representatives
  5. Educational institutes/ Teachers/ SMC
  6. Officials
  7. All CDP Staffs
E) Evaluation Questions:

  • Will be found in Evaluation Matrix- Health, Education, IG
  • The evaluator will share the evaluation questions with CDP
7 Data collection and analysis
  • Data collection by field visit and secondary documents review
  • Data analysis should be as per evaluators’ convenient methods.
  • The evaluator needs to visit all locations and collect primary data
8 Cooperation & Coordination GNB’s respective CDP staff & community resources will assist with any kind of technical support during the field visit and data collection process for this evaluation purpose.
9 Range of Evaluation Cost
  • End line evaluation cost: BDT 500,000-600,000
  • Midline evaluation cost: BDT 200,000

– All expenses included food, traveling, and accommodation

– Included VAT & AIT

– 30% payment will be provided after signing the MOU, 30% payment will be provided after the field visit and the rest of the payment will be after the final report submission

10 Report Content Note: Evaluation reporting content is flexible.
11 Evaluation action plan
  1. EOI submission with technical & financial proposal by 14 August 2022.
  2. Selection & announcement by August 2022.
  3. MOU signing by August 2022.
  4. Evaluation Matrix submission by selected evaluator within the 1st week of September 2022.
  5. Draft report submission by 1st week of October 2022.
  6. Report Presentation & feedback by the 2nd week of October 2022.
  7. Final Report submission by 25 October 2022.
12 Required documents submission
  1. Prescribed EOI form
  2. Technical Proposal
  3. Financial proposal
  4. CV/Profile of research farm.
13 Expression of Interest Form Click here
14 EOI Closing Date and Time 14 August 2022, 5:00 PM
15 Submit EOI procurement@gnbangla.org

GNB reserves the right to accept or reject offers in part or full without assigning any reason whatsoever.

PSEA Policy:

GNB Maintains Zero Tolerance About Protection from All Forms of Sexual Exploitation & Abuse (PSEA). The stakeholder must be concerned about child rights, PSEA, and safety issues. If any of the stakeholders violate the PSEA policy/child rights issue/safety issues GNB can cancel the contract immediately.