We are currently seeking consultants to conduct two separate evaluations in Mozambique and South Africa in March and May 2020 respectively.

Details and links to the Terms of Reference for each position are as follows:

Evaluation Consultant – For Abundant Life, Mozambique

Anglican Overseas Aid (AOA) and the Missionary Diocese of Nampula, are seeking an experienced evaluation consultant to lead the project evaluation and design of next phase of the For Abundant Life program in Nampula Province, Mozambique. 

The For Abundant Life project is an Australian Government DFAT funded project. The project aims to improve community health through strengthening communities health knowledge in a number of areas including HIV/AIDS, malaria prevention, and nutrition. The Diocese trains and supports a network of community volunteers to create awareness within their local communities. 

The terms of reference for the evaluation is available here.

African-based consultants are encouraged to apply.  Portuguese language skills are an advantage.

Enquiries and requests for copies of the ToR may be made to AOA Program Manager, Vanessa Little, +61 (0)3 9495 6100 / vlittle@anglicanoverseasaid.org.au 

Expressions of interest should be sent via email to vlittle@anglicanoverseasaid.org.au by 31st October 2019.  

 

Evaluation Consultant – Sinakho Safe Community Network, South Africa

Anglican Overseas Aid (AOA) and the Department of Social Responsibility of the Anglican Diocese of Grahamstown (DSR) are seeking an experienced evaluation consultant to lead the end of phase evaluation of the Sinakho Safe Community Network in the Eastern Cape of South Africa.

The Sinakho Safe Community Network is an Australian Government DFAT funded project. The project aims to develop transformative networks and mentors to address resilience, self-reliance and security in rural communities.   The focus is to create a safe persons network, to reduce gender-based violence  and also works with rural women to increase food security through permaculture and home gardens.

The terms of reference for the evaluation is available here.

African-based consultants are encouraged to apply.

Enquiries and requests for copies of the ToR may be made to AOA Program Manager, Vanessa Little, +61 (0)3 9495 6100 / vlittle@anglicanoverseasaid.org.au 

Expressions of interest should be sent via email to vlittle@anglicanoverseasaid.org.au by 31st October 2019.   

 


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