HelpAge Final Evaluation on Preventing HIV and AIDS and Alleviating its Impact in Multigenerational Households TOR
- Project 1: Mainstreaming Ageing into HIV and AIDS Responses
- Project 2: HIV and AIDS Data Disaggregation
- Project 3: Preventing HIV in Older People
- Project 4: Supporting Multigenerational Households through Economic Empowerment of OVC in Kenya
- Project 5: Supporting Multigenerational Households through Protection of the Inheritance Rights of OVC in Uganda
- Project 6: Strengthening the Role of Traditional Health Practitioners in South Africa
- Project 7: Strengthening Iddirs (Burial Societies) in Ethiopia
- Project 8: Improving quality of Home Based Care to PLHIV in Tanzania
- Project 9: Sharing Learning, Good Practice and Impact
The Portfolio aims to realise four major outcomes:
ii. Measure, document and demonstrate the impact of the portfolio at the individual, household and community level.
iii. Review the relevance of the portfolio outcomes and project activities in relation to: the HIV epidemic response trends; the needs of older people and their communities; country strategic plans and commitments on HIV and our support for their implementation; social and cultural issues in the project sites.
iv. Assess the value for money of the portfolio through reviewing the economy, efficiency, and effectiveness of: the individual projects; the organisational management systems; the HelpAge-partner management and coordination structure; the portfolio monitoring and evaluation system and learning strategy and their role in improving project implementation and delivery; and mid term evaluation process and how the findings were used to influence the second half of the portfolio implementation.
v. Review the sustainability of the project activities and identify structures put in place and exit plans developed, to ensure appropriate closure of the portfolio and opportunities for continuation of activities on the basis of relevance.
vi. Establish how gender issues have been addressed by the portfolio and the effects of the portfolio on older men and women.
The Scope of the Final Evaluation
The final evaluation will be carried out extensively in each country and will examine as applicable the relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, impact, sustainability and coherence within the Portfolio on all cross cutting issues and standards.
- Soft and hard copy of the final report
- 7 case studies i.e., one from each of country; 2 regional.
- Raw data sets
All interested consultants/firms should have the following competencies and experience:
- Diverse team members with skills in various aspects of health and development, including HIV/AIDS, with demonstrable experience of working together across disciplines;
- Proven experience in evaluation and impact assessment of large scale, multi-country programmes, including knowledge and experience in using qualitative and quantitative data collection and analysis methods, including basic statistical packages;
- Understanding of principles of rights based programming and issues of accountability to beneficiaries and stakeholders;
- Excellent facilitation skills and experience in use of participatory methodologies;
- Proven excellent presentation skills; written and oral.
All interested consultants/firms are requested to write an expression of interest by:
i. Explaining in detail the methodology to be used in carrying out the assignment;