||Terms of Reference (TOR)
||Good Neighbors (1991) is an international humanitarian, development and non-governmental organization with membership in General Consultative Status in the United Nations Economic and Social Council (UN ECOSOC). Winner of the MDG 2 award in 2007, Good Neighbors Bangladesh (GNB) is operating 16 Community Development Projects (CDP) and 2 Projects with Specific Program (PSP) in 12 districts for child protection, education, health, women empowerment, income generating activities, DRR and Rohingya emergency response activities.
||Project name with location
||Name: Bangladesh Sirajganj Community Based Nutrition Project for Children
Location: Good Neighbors Bangladesh, Sirajganj Community Development Project, Ghurka, Raiganj, Sirajganj
- Conduct project end-line survey.
- To evaluate the process, impact & outcome of “Bangladesh Sirajganj Community Based Nutrition Project for Children” through measurable indicators aligning with the Project baseline survey.
- To compare results between an intervention school with a non-intervened school.
- To draw conclusions about lessons learned for future programming.
- To ensure accountability and transparency.
- To assess the Nutrition project’s progress towards its goal and outcome based on the baseline survey & its indicators.
- To measure the relevance, efficiency, effectiveness, impact, and sustainability of the project against intended objectives and goals.
- To identify the problems and constraints of the GNB-Nutrition project initiatives for achieving intended impacts & outcomes.
- To identify best practices and implementation of activities to achieve the related outcomes.
- COVID-19 impacts the project and beneficiaries
- To identify project strengths and weaknesses and areas of the lesson learned.
- Result sharing by the evaluator externally.
||A) Evaluation Tools:
- Secondary Documents Review (Project data review),
- Focus group discussion (FGD)
- In-depth interview (IDI)
- Key informant interview (KII)
- Case study
- HH survey
|B) Sampling Units: Simple Random sampling
- Focus Group Discussion (FGD)- project based
- Key Informant Interview (KII)- project based
- In-depth Interview (IDI)- project based
- Household Survey
- Case study
- Both quantitative and qualitative methods will be followed to seek the answer of the key questions (questions in the Evaluation Matrix).
- Indicator-based data will be collected through a participatory process involving community people and all level stakeholders on a random sampling basis.
- 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:
- Project beneficiaries (children and their parents)
- 03 Government primary school headteacher
- 03 Government primary school assistant teacher
- 03 School Management Committee (SMC)
- Community People/ Stakeholders/ Local Representatives
- School Feeding Management Committee (SFMC)
- Upazilla Education Officer & other government officials
- All CDP & Project Staff
|E) Evaluation Questions:
- Will be found in Evaluation Matrix
- The evaluator will share the evaluation questions with Sirajganj CDP
||Data collection and analysis
- Data collection by field survey and secondary documents review
- Data analysis should be as per evaluators’ convenient methods.
- The evaluator needs to visit all locations and collect primary data
||Cooperation & Coordination
||GNB’s Sirajganj CDP staff, Project staff & community resources will assist with any kind of technical support during the field survey and data collection process for this evaluation purpose.
||Range of Evaluation Cost
- End line survey cost: BDT 350,000-450,000
– 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, 30% payment will be after the final report submission and rest amount will be provided after the project report sharing by evaluator in project closing ceremony.
||Note: Evaluation reporting content is flexible.
||Evaluation action plan
- EOI submission with technical & financial proposal by 02 October 2022.
- Selection & announcement by 11 October 2022.
- MOU signing by 18 October 2022.
- Evaluation Matrix submission by selected evaluator within the 24 October 2022.
- Draft report submission by 17 November 2022.
- Report Presentation & feedback by the 24 November 2022.
- Final Report submission by 01 December 2022
- Report presentation by evaluator in project closing ceremony by 12 December 2022
||Required documents submission
- Prescribed EOI form
- Technical Proposal
- Financial proposal
- CV/Profile of research farm.
||Expression of Interest Form
||EOI Closing Date and Time
||2 October 2022, 5:00 PM