Evaluator with financial services expertise
- Prosperity Fund – Evaluation & Learning
- Closing Date
- March 15, 2019
The Evaluation & Learning (E&L) team will conduct the programme evaluation for the UK Prosperity Fund programme in Mexico, from mid-April through to late June 2019. This short-term assignment requires 20 days of input.
The Mexico programme covers Energy, Financial Services (FS), Future Cities (FC) and Anti-corruption and Rule of Law (ACROL). The evaluation will assess the programme’s design and implementation plans for each of these strands, as well as the cross-cutting themes of GESI, VfM and secondary benefits.
The consultant will focus on the FS strand, examining the causal assumptions and linkages in the project design and its relation to the programme theory of change (ToC). They will have expertise evaluating development programmes with a financial services component, including commenting on the impact of sector development on gender and social inclusion issues and poverty reduction.
The aim of the Cycle One evaluation is to identify strengths and weaknesses in the overall programme and project design as the Mexico programme moves out of inception and into the implementation phase. The programme evaluation will also identify learning opportunities for the programme team (PT) within the financial services strand as well as across the programme.
Short Term Assignment – 20 days of input. 10 years+ experience of evaluations or research. Residency in Mexico, or extensive experience in the country.
For more information or to apply please send a CV to Chris Morgan firstname.lastname@example.org with your email entitled ‘Mexico FS Evaluation’