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GNC Technical Alliance - External evaluation consultancy - Submission deadline extended Tues 4th Oct

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Justine Aenishaenslin

World Vision (Germany)

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27 Sep 2022, 11:56

External Evaluation TOR - overview 

The complete TOR can be found here

The GNC Technical Alliance (the Alliance) is an initiative for the mutual benefit of the international nutrition community, and populations affected by emergencies, to improve the quality of nutrition in emergency preparedness, response, and recovery. The Alliance provides systematic, timely, and coordinated technical assistance, leveraging the capacity and expertise of sub-national, national, regional, and global actors. Preparatory work for the Alliance, previously known as the Global Technical Assistance Mechanism (GTAM) began in the Global Nutrition Cluster in 2015, with the mechanism officially endorsed by GNC partners in 2017. 

In August 2020, a process to redefine the strategic intent of the GTAM was undertaken. This led to the rebranding of the GTAM, as the Global Nutrition Cluster Technical Alliance and an official launch in December 2020.

The purpose of this evaluation would be to evaluate the GNC Technical Alliance according to its aims and objectives outlined in its strategic intent document, and according to the OECD- DAC evaluation criteria.

Specific objectives:

To assess whether the GNC Technical Alliance has achieved or is making progress toward its strategic Intent

To assess if the structure/design of the Alliance and its parts allows it to achieve its strategic objectives as outlined in its Strategic Intent,

Is the strategic intent of the Alliance still relevant and fit for purpose?

To assess if financial resources have been utilized efficiently and effectively

To identify lessons learned from the evaluation to generate accountability, learning, and recommendations for the future. 


A preliminary and final evaluation report will be developed which should adhere to the OECD Development Assistance Committee (DAC) evaluation criteria and their standards in data analysis and reporting.

Preliminary and Final Report

Executive Summary








Best practices/lessons learned (can be integrated into each section)

Conclusion and Recommendations



Good knowledge of nutrition and particularly of nutrition in emergency contexts, and the global humanitarian architecture

Significant field experience in the evaluation of humanitarian projects

Relevant degree/equivalent experience related to the evaluation to be undertaken

Significant experience in coordination, design, implementation, monitoring, and evaluation of emergency programs

Good communications skills and experience in undertaking qualitative data collection

Ability to write clear and useful reports (may be required to produce examples of previous work)

Fluent in English

Ability to manage the available time and resources and to work to tight deadlines

Independence from the parties involved

Evaluation schedule and budget

It is expected that the consultant will be on board in October/November, and the work with countries will finish by end of January  2023.

The estimated duration of work is between 41-47 days with an approximate budget of 28,500-33,500 USD.

How to Apply

Proposals responding to this consultancy should include:

Updated CV detailing experience in conducting similar work.

Concise technical proposal of maximum 5 pages.

Three references for which you have conducted similar work.

Financial proposal in USD.

Submit the proposal before  Tuesday 4th October  at 23:59 CET to:

Please highlight “GNC Technical Alliance external evaluation” in the subject heading.

The complete TOR can be found here

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