Project Evaluation - Church Transforming Community Through Social Engagements: Zimbabwe Christian Alliance (ZCA) :
- Full Time
Deadline: 17 April 2022
Since March 2020, ZCA has been implementing the project which is expected to end in February 2023. The project is being implemented in 12 districts across the country which include Bulawayo, Hwange, Plumtree, Chegutu, Chinhoyi, Gwanda, Beitbridge, Chirumhanzu, Binga, Nkayi, Masvingo and Gweru. The project goal is to contribute toward building sustainable peace and promotion of more democratic and accountable governance. The project has two main objectives (i) Church leaders, women and youth promote accountability in local governance, healing, and reconciliation process. (ii) To increase the participation of church leaders in influencing the implementation of constitutional provisions on devolution.
Duties and Responsibilities
Purposes of evaluation
The Final Programme Evaluation should provide an independent verification of the extent to which the project met its objectives including why they were or were not achieved, analysis of unintended consequences and an overall value for money assessment of the project. Additionally, the evaluation is expected to assess the project implementation and appropriateness in response to the problem towards achievement of the objectives: To determine the progress against the indicators as per contract; To determine the impact released so far as compared to the intended impact; To bring out relevance and feasibility that require adjustment or improvement in future; To ascertain results (output, outcome, impact) and assess the effectiveness, efficiency, and relevance of the components of the project; To provide findings, conclusions, and recommendations in respect to the project approach; To assess the administrative and financial management against the plan-actual comparison of activities and specific budget lines; To ascertain accountability and assess how expenditures are related to the project outcomes; Assess the impact of Covid-19 on the project and the relevance and effectiveness of contingent strategies adopted; To identify unintended project impacts; Assessing the internal logic of the programme, with focus on relevance of the initially designed theory of change; Evidencing, with aim of identifying evidence that the programme’s approach projected in the theory of change delivered the intended outcomes.
This evaluation will cover all activities conducted during the project implementation. Ongoing and / or completed activities will also be evaluated. It includes the major project components on Social Accountability, National Peace and Reconciliation intended to cover the targeted districts of the six provinces of Zimbabwe.
Qualifications and Experience
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