FIDA Consultancy to Undertake an End of Program Evaluation Jobs in Kenya

FIDA Consultancy to Undertake an End of Program Evaluation Jobs in Kenya

Scope of Consultancy

  • FIDA-Kenya would like to undertake an end of program evaluation whose purpose is to evaluate progress made towards achievement of the key objectives, outcomes and impact on the lives of women tea workers, communities and other stakeholders of the Kericho tea zone. The evaluation will come up with conclusions and recommendations for learning and future intervention.

  • The organization would like to contract the services of a suitable firm or individual to undertake the end of program evaluation.

    Overall Objective of the Consultancy

  • The overall objective of the program evaluation is to determine progress made towards enhancing women’s labor and economic rights in the Kericho tea zone in Kenya and determine their current level of participation in decision making processes at all levels.

    Specific Objectives of the Consultancy

    More specifically, the evaluation will ascertain:

  • The relevance of the program in reducing violations of women’s labor and economic rights in the tea zone in Kericho.

  • The relevance of the program in increasing the number of women and girls actively advocating for economic participation and rights in the target community.

  • The relevance of the program in improving the roles women and girls currently play or have in household decision making processes and in decision making processes at all levels.

  • The relevance of the program in increasing the number of members from the public (including policy and decision makers, traditional and religious leaders, celebrities, men, boys, service providers, general public, etc.) engaged in advocacy for girls and women’s economic independence and agency.

  • Determine effectiveness of the program as a catalyst for empowerment and change in the socio-economic status of women tea workers.

  • The effectiveness and efficiency of the capacity building interventions within the tea estates, farms and community structures.

  • The level of sustainability of the program.

  • Determine current existing barriers to accessing women’s labor and economic rights in the tea zone in Kericho.


  • The consultant will be expected to utilize a multi-method, qualitative and quantitative participatory approach to conduct the evaluation.

    Indicative Time frame

  • It is expected that the whole task should be completed within 30 days from the starting date.

    Deliverables/Key Result Areas

    The following are the deliverables. The consultant shall prepare and submit:

  • Inception report with a detailed evaluation plan.

  • Questionnaires, discussion guides and other data collection tools before finalizing the same for data collection.

  • First draft report.

  • Hard and electronic copies of materials, data
    collected/analyzed and other evaluation documents together with the first draft report.

  • A summary PowerPoint presentation highlighting main findings and recommendations.

  • Final narrative report of the evaluation detailing the process and methodology, findings, lessons learnt and key recommendations.

  • The consultant will have direct communication with FIDA-Kenya’s Program Officer and Monitoring and Evaluation Officer during the execution of this assignment.

    Reporting and Communication

    First Draft Report

  • The first draft report of the evaluation will be presented to FIDA-Kenya and other invited stakeholders.

    Final Report

  • The consultant will incorporate comments from the presentation meeting and submit the final report to the Program Officer and Monitoring and Evaluation Officer in 2 bound hard copies as well as an electronic copy in readable CD format.

    Expected Profiles of the Consultant(s)

  • Bachelor’s degree in Social Sciences, Law, Research or Gender Studies. (Master’s degree in the above will be an added advantage.)

  • A minimum of 10 years’ experience undertaking research in human rights.

  • Evidence of undertaking of similar works in the last five years.

  • Excellent analytical and report writing skills.


  • Interested individuals, companies or research firms should submit a detailed expression of interest (technical and financial proposal):

  • The technical proposal should include an interpretation of the objectives of the consultancy, detailed methodology and an elaborate work plan. Organization/individual capacity statement, past experience and activities related to the annual survey, CVs of the consulting team and their roles in the achievement of the assignment; names, addresses and telephone numbers of three professional referees.

  • The financial proposal should include a detailed budget proposal; a detailed profile of the firm including contact and physical address, telephone numbers and copy of registration certificate, VAT and PIN where applicable.

    How to Apply

  • Interested applicants should send their expression of interest documents (in PDF format), clearly marked “EOI/09A/2020: Expression of Interest - Gender Audit” on or before 15 September 2020 to:

    The Executive Director, Federation of Women Lawyers (FIDA-Kenya), Amboseli Road, Off Gitanga Road, Lavington. P.O. Box 46324– 00100, NAIROBI or

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