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Regional MEAL Training Consultant

Closing: Jan 21, 2023

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Published: Jan 12, 2023 (18 days ago)

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The goal of this consultancy is to provide ongoing support the capacity building the area office is providing to the region in the form of a one-week MEAL training with all of the regional MEAL points of contact. Upon completion of the training, participants will develop a clearer understanding of MEAL and an ability to apply appropriate approaches and tools of MEAL, and more specifically, they will know how to:

  • Define concepts and approaches related to MEAL
  • Include the MEAL approach in a project cycle management
  • Design and use main MEAL tools (MEAL Plan, survey tools, TOR, evaluation report, accountability mechanism)
  • Apply the MEAL approach in the implementation projects and programs in general

Key topics for the training will include but are not limited to MEAL basics such as:

  • Proposal development and budgeting
  • Log frames / theories of change and their uses
  • MEAL plans and SMART indicators
  • Data collection basics and ethics
  • Understanding evaluations (process, performance, impact)
  • The planning on overall logistics for the event will be coordinated by the area office.


Applications should include a narrative with:

  • Explanation of overall approach and timing of engagement
  • Related experience of the applicant entity(s)
  • CVs of lead consultants and process for identifying any additional team members


How to apply


This request for applications will be made globally but applicants from SSA are strongly encouraged to apply.

Questions and applications should be sent to the email provided indicating on the subject line Consultant Technical Assistance – Regional MEAL Training.


Responsibilities


The goal of this consultancy is to provide ongoing support the capacity building the area office is providing to the region in the form of a one-week MEAL training with all of the regional MEAL points of contact. Upon completion of the training, participants will develop a clearer understanding of MEAL and an ability to apply appropriate approaches and tools of MEAL, and more specifically, they will know how to:

  • Define concepts and approaches related to MEAL
  • Include the MEAL approach in a project cycle management
  • Design and use main MEAL tools (MEAL Plan, survey tools, TOR, evaluation report, accountability mechanism)
  • Apply the MEAL approach in the implementation projects and programs in general

Key topics for the training will include but are not limited to MEAL basics such as:

  • Proposal development and budgeting
  • Log frames / theories of change and their uses
  • MEAL plans and SMART indicators
  • Data collection basics and ethics
  • Understanding evaluations (process, performance, impact)
  • The planning on overall logistics for the event will be coordinated by the area office.


Applications should include a narrative with:

  • Explanation of overall approach and timing of engagement
  • Related experience of the applicant entity(s)
  • CVs of lead consultants and process for identifying any additional team members


How to apply


This request for applications will be made globally but applicants from SSA are strongly encouraged to apply.

Questions and applications should be sent to the email provided indicating on the subject line Consultant Technical Assistance – Regional MEAL Training.


  • Conduct a diagnosis on current HFHI MEAL systems (5 days)
  • Support AO MEAL Team to diagnose capacity challenges at the National Organizations (3 days)
  • Work with the area office to identify objectives and topics for the one-week training (5 days)
  • Draft training materials and tools for the training – this would include tools in Microsoft words and presentations in PPT all done in coordination and planned with the area office (5 days)
  • Coordinate the training agenda and communicate it - through the area office staff to National Organizations MEAL staff (2 days)
  • Deliver the training topics – provide in person training from March 20 – 24. (5 days)
  • Provide a post training report – that includes a summary of the event, annexes with the tools, separate files with the PPTs, and lessons learned including current capacity development opportunities (5 days)


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