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RFQ Nº: UNFPA/JAM/RFQ/20/001 - Evaluation of the 6th Sub-regional Programme of the UNFPA’s Sub-regional Office for the Caribbean

18 September 2020

UNFPA SRCO Jamaica

 

The UNFPA Executive Board approved UNFPA’s sub-regional programme document for the English-speaking and Dutch-speaking Caribbean for five (5) years (2017-2021) in 2016. The sub-regional programme aimed to contribute to regional and national priorities as reflected in the United Nations Multi-Country Sustainable Development Framework 2017-2021, which was guided by the CARICOM Strategic Plan, the SAMOA Pathway, the Montevideo Consensus on Population and Development, and the 2030 Agenda. According to the UNFPA Strategic Plan 2014-2017 business model, the Caribbean was assigned the pink quadrant as a result of which the sub-regional programme was designed to apply in principle one programming strategy, namely advocacy and policy dialogue/advice. The programme was particularly designed to empower the most vulnerable through advocacy for (a) universal access to sexual and reproductive health and rights; (b) prevention of adolescent pregnancy and sexual violence; and (c) integration of population dynamics into policies and programmes.

In preparation of the development of the seventh sub-regional programme, UNFPA in close collaboration with its partners is planning to conduct a final evaluation. This final sub-regional programme evaluation will serve the purposes of demonstrating accountability to stakeholders on performance in achieving development results and on invested resources, generating learning, supporting evidence-based decision making, and contributing important lessons learned on how to further improve programming in the Caribbean.

The key users of the evaluation findings and results would be the UNFPA sub-regional office staff, government counterparts, implementing partners, UN agencies, external development partners, civil society organizations and the UNFPA Executive Board as well as UNFPA regional office and headquarter units.

 

Bid Submission Procedure:

 

  • Please visit our website:  https://bit.ly/UNFPAEVAL for the detailed Terms of Reference (ToR) and RFQ documents related to this solicitation for the bid submission procedures.
  • Only bids that conform to the bid submission procedures contained in the RFQ documents will be accepted.
  • Bids shall remain valid for a period of ninety (90) days from the RFQ expiration date.

 

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