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November, 2022
Call for applications: Technical assistance for RCCE Monitoring and Evaluation

The Collective Service is providing a limited period offer for FREE in-depth RCCE monitoring and evaluation technical assistance for Collective Service partners. The range of M&E activities; includes but is not limited to, 

  • Support the generation, analysis, and/or use of M&E evidence, 
  • Support the use of this evidence to influence strategic decisions, and
  • Build skills (capacities and competencies) and system strengthening in M&E investment and implementation
  • Technical quality assurance of questionnaires, polls, research designs, and sampling methodologies
  • M&E capacity building through training workshops, supporting limited development of M&E training materials, and limited leading data use workshops or sessions

To strengthen local synergies and sustain capacity building, the Collective Service has commissioned iMMAP France as the Collective Service M&E capacity to collaborate with national and/or regional-level monitoring and evaluation networks and institutions to mobilize in-country experts.    

How to apply? 

Please review this Guidance Note (English | Français | عربي) in detail before applying. Once you are ready to apply, fill out this Google Form with all the relevant information needed. 

Application period: 7 November to 16 December 2022

Languages available for technical assistance:  English | Français | عربي

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