Interact Worldwide Jobs

Interact Worldwide is a UK-based INGO working to reduce poverty through advancing sexual and reproductive health and rights and addressing HIV/AIDS in resource poor settings.

From October Interact Worldwide became an autonomous member of the Plan UK family of charities.

It seeks to recruit a:

1. Project Evaluator

Interact Worldwide is looking for an external evaluator to assess its DFID funded ‘Social Protection for Safe Motherhood’ project, in Malawi, Uganda and Ethiopia.

The purpose of the evaluation is to assess the effectiveness and impact of all three country projects’ efforts towards the achievement of the project’s objectives, as well as technical assistance from Interact Worldwide and the design and implementation of research by ODI.

It will also highlight areas to improve the effectiveness in future programme design and implementation and recommend ways for the impact to be sustained.

It is anticipated that the assignment will last approximately 1 month (up to 25 working days), including time for preparation; field work; writing; feedback; and finalization.

It must be completed by 31st December (Grant condition).

The evaluation visits should take place during late November and early December.

Full details can be found in the attached Terms of Reference. Interested individuals or companies should submit the CV of evaluator and a technical proposal (10 pages maximum) outlining:

1.Their competences to meet the requirements of the assignment

2.The proposed methodology for carrying out the evaluation

3.A breakdown of consultancy days

4.The budget in British Sterling Pounds for the consultancy including daily fees and all other expected expenses

5.The duration of the assignment and availability (when ready to undertake the assignment)


  • Demonstrated experience of conducting multi-country evaluations.
  • Contextual knowledge of Ethiopia, Malawi and Uganda.
  • Experience of evaluating/supporting/implementing social protection and/or research programmes.
  • Adaptable and professional attitude with excellent interpersonal and facilitation skills.


  • Knowledge/experience of recent DFID (GOPAF Economic downturn) funding.
  • Demonstrable qualifications, experience or understanding of maternal and neonatal health.

    How to apply:

    Proposals and accompanying documents should be sent to Ceri Angood, Programme Manager; angoodc{at}

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