Hivos Southern Africa Hub, aims towards an open and green society, inspired by humanist values such as freedom, dignity, responsibility and curiosity. Our objective is that every person can live in freedom and dignity on a planet that is sustainable. We pride ourselves as upholding the principles of Social innovation of generating new ideas and approaches that resolve existing social, cultural, economic and environmental challenges for the benefit of people and planet. Hivos has a long track record of being creative and innovative. As such Hivos signed an agreement as the Principal Recipient (PR) of this three year programme which commenced in January 2016. The PR’s responsibility is to manage the Global Fund grant and ensure that the grant objectives are achieved. Hivos intends to hire a team of consultancy to carry out an end-term evaluation of the Key Populations Representation Evidence Advocacy for Change in Health (KP REACH) programme whose implementation ends on 31 December 2018.
KP REACH is supporting work in eight countries which account for 81% of people living with HIV in sub-Saharan Africa: Zambia, Zimbabwe, Mozambique, South Africa, Swaziland, Lesotho, Botswana and Namibia. Despite these countries’ achievements in reducing AIDS-related deaths in the past decade and an overall decline in most countries, new infections in key populations continue to increase. UNAIDS notes that in sub-Saharan Africa overall, KPs account for more than 21% of new infections, and HIV prevalence among these populations is often extremely high. UNAIDS also notes that there is credible and consistent evidence that when HIV related services are provided to KPs free of stigma and discrimination, new HIV infections decline significantly. Seven partners (AMSHeR, ASWA, CAL, Gender DynamiX/SATF), Positive Vibes, SAfAIDS and M&C Saatchi World Services) are involved in the implementation of the programme
KP REACH aims to bend the HIV curve in the targeted eight countries (Botswana, Lesotho, Malawi, Namibia, South Africa, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe) and address the above-mentioned gaps. A strengthened response from regional networks to share strategies, leverage progress in other contexts, and empower national organizations is a required and necessary component in CSS to enhance human rights and advocate effectively at both regional and national levels for improved provision of health and HIV services to key populations.
This assignment is being conducted as an end of the programme evaluation and will focus on the entire implementation period (01 January 2016 – 31 December 2018). The purpose of the evaluation is to assess the impact of the KP REACH programme through responding to predetermined evaluation elements and questions that were set at grant inception.
The key deliverables of the consultancy are as follows;
The selected consultancy team is scheduled to commence work on 01 July 2018. All deliverables shall be submitted no later than 30 April 2019. The assignment shall not exceed 110 days. (please see full details in the pdf).
Hivos is requesting the consultancy team to submit a detailed proposal as per the following outline:
Consultancy teams who are interested in carrying out this assignment are requested to email the Technical and Financial Proposals as separate documents attached in one e-mail to:
Subject: End of Term Evaluation - Hivos/GFATMKPREACH/M&E/88.
Application Deadline: 04 June 2018. All communication regarding the proposal must be made via the above e-mail address only. Further details about the KP REACH programme are available here: https://kpreach.net/
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Employment Type: Consultancy
Job deadline: 4th June, 2018
Company: Hivos Southern Africa HubLog in to apply