The consultant is expected to contribute to an holistic understanding of the project achievements, including the extent to which the project has been adapted according to the changing context and the way in which the SYEJR project has impacted the lives of the earthquake affected population. Additionally, the objective of the end evaluation is to provide learnings and recommendations for future joint responses.
ZOA is recruiting a consultant for the Syria Earthquake Joint Response project
The Syria Earthquake Joint Response (SYEJR) is a 6-months crisis response project that will end on 10 August 2023. The aim of the project is to provide life-saving assistance to people severely affected by the earthquake. ZOA in the Netherlands, as lead of the DRA consortium, is looking for a consultant based in the Netherlands or abroad with extensive experience in conducting assessments and a good understanding of the Syrian context to conduct the external end evaluation.
ZOA is looking for an
experienced evaluation consultant
The SYEJR project is implemented by six Dutch Relief Alliance (DRA) members in collaboration with eight local partner organizations in three governorates in Syria (Aleppo, Lattakia and Idleb). The SYEJR was launched as part of the DRA Acute Crisis (ACM) Mechanism in the immediate aftermath of the earthquake crisis to address the needs of the affected population.