HUMANITARIAN LEADERSHIP ACADEMY has floated a tender for Impact Evaluation of the Humanitarian Leadership Academy's Learning Portfolio. The project location is United Kingdom and the tender is closing on 01 Sep 2021. The tender notice number is , while the TOT Ref Number is 56280406. Bidders can have further information about the Tender and can request the complete Tender document by Registering on the site.

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Procurement Summary

Country : United Kingdom

Summary : Impact Evaluation of the Humanitarian Leadership Academy's Learning Portfolio

Deadline : 01 Sep 2021

Other Information

Notice Type : Tender

TOT Ref.No.: 56280406

Document Ref. No. :

Competition : ICB

Financier : Other Funding Agencies

Purchaser Ownership : -

Tender Value : Refer Document

Purchaser's Detail

1 St John's Ln, London EC1M 4AR, UK Phone: +44 20 3763 1224
United Kingdom

Tender Details

Request for proposals are invited for Impact Evaluation of the Humanitarian Leadership Academy's Learning Portfolio

The impact evaluation should review all aspects of the current HLA capacity strengthening portfolio which may include.
· Humanitarian Operations Programme (HOP)
· FIELD Programme
· Education in Emergencies Professional Development Programme
· Child Protection in Emergencies Professional Development Programme
· Transformation of Training Programme
· Public Health in Emergencies Professional Development Programme
· Leader as Coach Programme
· Across Organisational Mentoring Programme

Evaluation methodology will include:
· Desk review of project documents, project data, evaluation reports, case studies, proposal, donor, terminal and midterm reports, HLA strategy documents, internal policies, guides and training documents and any other relevant documents. The main purpose of this desk review is to build a good understanding of the available information on our portfolio programmes within the wider context of the humanitarian sector before conducting an in-depth study. More specifically, this review will aid in understanding the long-term trends in terms of programme implementation and outputs since its inception, design of the sampling frame, defining the original scope of the programmes, geographical coverage, and target populations; determining sampling methodology; and analysing the risks posed by various contextual realities.
· Data analysis disaggregated data collected by each individual project, support with tagging of data (for example themes, impact, location, characteristics) that includes analysing data to extract insights that support HLA decision-making.
· Key Informant Interviews with national and international staff participating in the programme, IKEA foundation, partners, subject matter experts and staff directly involved in the design and implementation of the programmes and other key stakeholders.


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