Title: Mid-term evaluation of the project “Reducing hunger and malnutrition and promoting resilient food production in Cueibet County/Gok State, South Sudan (PROMISE)”
Organization: Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe/Brot für die Welt
Deadlines: Expression of interest and questions by 20 November 2019, response to questions by 25 November 2019, submission of offers by 11 December 2019
In South Sudan Vétérinaires Sans Frontières (VSF) has been implementing the project Reducing hunger and malnutrition and promoting resilient food production in Cueibet County/Gok State (PROMISE) supported by Diakonie Katastrophenhilfe (DKH) and funded by the German Federal Ministry for Economic Cooperation and Development (BMZ). The implementation of this project started in September 2016 and is scheduled to end in August 2023 (two project phases). The project is being implemented in Cueibet County, Gok (Lakes) state of the Republic of South Sudan in a predominantly agro-pastoral community. PROMISE supports activities aimed at improving food security and reducing malnutrition within vulnerable populations. It addresses structural issues leading to hunger and malnutrition in a bid to resolve these in the medium or long term, with an emphasis on developing sustainable solutions. PROMISE aims to contribute to this global objective by building capacities of target households in innovative and sustainable agricultural practices as well as strengthened resilience against conflict and climatic risks.
The purpose of this mid-term evaluation is to assess the progress made towards achieving expected outputs and outcomes and identify and document lessons-learned and to make recommendations to improve the project for the implementation of phase 2. The evaluation shall further coagulate the identified issues into actionable elements, aimed at improving the current project status.