EVALUATION OF THE “I AM ALIVE” PROGRAMME FOR ADOLESCENT GIRLS LIVING WITH HIV
UNICEF Jamaica, in partnership with the NGO Eve for Life, has supported the ‘I am Alive’ programme for adolescent girls living with HIV. The programme began in March 2012 and its overarching goal was to improve resilience among adolescent and young girls (15-24) living with HIV. It was designed as a pilot to model innovative, peer to peer, mechanisms for the improvement of HIV-related services to adolescent girls in under-served health regions. Project implementation was focused in the parishes of St. James, Westmoreland and St. Ann.
The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) is seeking a qualified consultant/consulting firm to conduct the evaluation of the “I am Alive” Programme over the period October 3 – December 31, 2016.
The consultant will conduct a summative, outcome-based evaluation to assess the performance of the ‘I Am Alive’ programme determining the extent to which expected results were achieved. It is expected that this process will produce a comprehensive evaluation report, analyzing project performance and documenting good practices and lessons learnt.
QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE:
Interested persons should submit a detailed résumé along with separate technical and financial proposals in accordance with project requirements as outlined in the Terms of Reference (TOR). Please download the TOR from the sidebar on the top right of this page.
Submissions should be sent to UNICEF 8th Floor, Sagicor Building, 60 Knutsford Boulevard, Kingston 5.
Electronic submissions should be sent to: Attention: HIV Evaluation at firstname.lastname@example.org no later than September 23, 2016. Acknowledgements will only be sent to short-listed candidates.
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