OPEN CALL FOR THE EXTERNAL EVALUATION OF THE PROJECT “ACCESSIBLE SERVICES FOR WOMEN WITH DISABILITIES SURVIVORS OF CUSTODIAL VIOLENCE”
10. новембра 2021.
TO WHOM IT MAY CONCERN
In order to conduct the external evaluation of the project Mental Disability Rights Initiative MDRI-S and women’s rights organization FemPlatz announce a call for interested legal entities.
Project “Accessible Services for Women with Disabilities Survivors of Custodial Violence” has been implemented by Mental Disability Rights Initiative of Serbia MDRI-S in partnership with women’s rights organization FemPlatz, and it is funded by United Nations Trust fund to End Violence against Women.
Purpose of the evaluation: This is a mandatory final project evaluation required by UN Trust Fund to End Violence against Women. It is also final evaluation of the MDRI-S program to promote accessible services for women with disabilities survivors of custodial violence in Serbia.
The evaluation results will be used by the UN Trust Fund to End violence against Women to assess the overall impact of the project. In addition, it will be used by MDRI-S management team in understanding the achieved outcomes, positive effects and aspects, and negative circumstances or side-effects. It will be used for planning the continuation of the program to deinstitutionalize and end violence against women with disabilities in custodial institutions in Serbia.
Evaluation results will support MDRI-S team in designing further activities and programs based on perspectives of primary and secondary beneficiaries. The project team will decide on strategy for advocacy and capacity building activities, especially designing advocacy activities with the Platform of CSOs Equal in the Community.
Application and selection procedure
Interested bidder should send:
· Proof of registration
· Cover letter and CVs of two expert evaluators stating their experience and availability for the assignment
Bid should be sent by 24 November 2021 at email address firstname.lastname@example.org. Short-listed experts will be contacted during November, and the final decision will be made on 30 November 2021.