Share-Net International is pleased to share an open call for proposals for the Mid-Term Review of the five-year strategic plan (2018-2022).
Share-Net International (SNI) is the knowledge platform on Sexual and Reproductive Health and Rights (SRHR), funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs (MoFA). SNI is a membership network of non-governmental organisations (NGOs), researchers, policymakers, implementers, young people, advocates, students, the media and companies operating in the SRHR field. We currently have hubs in 7 countries who refer to themselves as Share-Net: Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Colombia, Ethiopia, Jordan, and the Netherlands. At SNI, we focus on strengthening the role that knowledge can play in developing evidence-based policies and practices and ensuring that resources are used strategically and to maximum effect.
Each hub has a local secretariat and a steering committee that provides strategic guidance to the secretariat. The overall platform SNI is guided by a board representing the members and all hubs. SNI and the hubs bring together its members through different activities, which include but are not limited to: Communities of Practice, a bi-annual Co-Creation Conference, grants-making structure, the Share-Net International Rapid Improvement Model (SHIRIM), thematic events, capacity-building for young researchers, etc.
Share-Net International works under the 2018-2022 five year strategic plan and embarked on a new five year partnership with the Dutch MoFA since the start of 2020. In order to take stock of the progress to date and to provide input into a new strategic plan (2023-2027), SNI requests the services of an independent evaluation team to conduct a midterm review. This Terms of Reference sets out the scope of the midterm review and contains all the information to develop a proposal.
The objectives of the midterm review are to:
The findings of the midterm review will be used as input for the new strategic plan (2023-2027).
Please read our extended Terms of Reference (ToR) document (PDF available at the top right of this page) for more details about the assignment, its scope, evaluation criteria and key questions, deliverables, timelines, and our selection criteria and offer.
Please register your interest for the role via the ‘Apply’ button at the top right-hand side of the screen, before the 31st of October, end of day.
The interviews of the top 3 candidates will take place in the second week of November.
For any questions related to these Terms of Reference and to request the Theory of Change, M&E framework, overview of the consultation among Share-Net staff on key evaluation questions, please reach out to Francine Egberts via email@example.com.