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CAMRIS International implements USAID’s Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Activity, a five-year project in Nepal. MEL Activity supports the achievement of USAID/Nepal’s Country Development Cooperation Strategy (CDCS) Development Objectives (DOs) by assisting the Mission in planning, designing, conducting, disseminating, and learning from more rigorous monitoring and evaluation (M&E) of development activities. USAID/Nepal uses the products and deliverables from the MEL activity to (a) facilitate informed program management, (b) shape the long-term strategic direction of programs and decision-making within the Mission, and (c) enable USAID/Nepal to comply with Agency accountability and M&E requirements.
The MEL Activity has three major components:
Under component one, the MEL activity supports USAID/Nepal in strengthening the capacity of the Mission and its Implementing Partners (IPs) staff to conduct M&E tasks and use data efficiently. Capacity building on various MEL related topics is one of the major task of the MEL activity. Within capacity building tasks, MEL activity has been conducting series of MEL skill related training to the Mission and its IPs staff since the start of the activity. Based on previous year developed capacity building plan and feedback received from the various trainings and annual MEL survey, the MEL activity has been updated its capacity building and training plan for 2018, where number of trainings is planned in various areas of MEL.
To support the implementation of its current capacity building and training plan, MEL activity seeks trainer/facilitator for the following trainings but may need trainers for other similar or related trainings:
The duration of the proposed training varies – from one to two days each. The training will be conducted in various dates. The MEL activity will maintain a roster of the experts and consult them at least a month prior to the training.
The selected trainer/ facilitator expert - consultant will be responsible to work with the learning and capacity building specialist (LCBS) at MEL activity to develop the detailed schedule, curriculum, and design methodology to facilitate the course. So, each consultancy service will be a short-term assignment ranging from minimum one to four weeks.Interested experts may apply indicating which specific aforementioned training topic they are offering their consultancy service on the subject line for each of the topics they are interested in. A consultant can apply for more than one subject