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PROJECT NAME: M&E framework for NTTI
The purpose of the British Council is to create international opportunities for the people of the UK and other countries and build trust between them worldwide. In order to deliver the best in cultural relations we focus our programmes in the following areas: Education and Society; English; Arts. These are called the Strategic Business Units. English portfolio is broadly categorised under three programmes- English Connect, English Interface and English Engage.
Nigerian Teacher Training Initiative (NTTI) is a teacher-centred project under English Engage and it is only delivered in Nigeria. British council has operations in eight regions that include Sub-Saharan Africa. With 1.75 billion – one in five of the world’s population – set to live in the region by 2050 and a GDP that is forecast to grow by seven per cent over the next two decades – faster than China – there is cause for both optimism and caution. English language is central to the region’s our port folio of projects and programmes will have doubled both in size and impact.
Create an M&E framework that drives data demand and use; where data results collected and reported are relevant and could be used to demonstrate success to partners thereby leading to increased partnerships. Aim to use this to increase, promote and support impact evaluation at the end of the project; advance organisational learning, provide evidence-based results; embed results-oriented Monitoring and Evaluation process, and influence decision making.
Scope and Scale: Two objectives:
Create a detailed Monitoring and Evaluation framework for Nigerian Teacher Training Initiative (NTTI) project
Specifically, the M&E framework should have and address valid impact evaluation questions
Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning framework Nigerian Teacher Training Initiative (NTTI) project that includes detailed impact and evaluation processes
Address Impact Evaluation (IE) in M&E framework. Copied from
Tools, templates for data/results collection, collation, storing, reporting and communication
Individual or research/consultancy organisations interested in this project must have the following skills and competencies:
Experience in evaluation of education related projects. Experience in evaluation of Teacher Training programme is an advantage. Sample work may be required prior to interview.
Knowledge of Cost-effectiveness, Value for Money and Impact Assessment
Sample work may be required.
Experience working in Sub-Saharan Africa/developing countries
Experience working with internal evaluators and programme manager for a large portfolio delivered in more than five (5) countries; preferred
Ability to write concise, analytical, easily understood reports
Excellent writing and verbal communication in English
DUE DATE: 03 Aug 2012.

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