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Terms of reference - Consultancy for conducting end of project evaluation
Family AIDS Caring Trust (FACT)

Deadline: 11 February, 2013

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Evaluation of the project: Enhancing capacity of CBOs, community livelihoods and food security for effective and comprehensive HIV and AIDS response for Mozambique Zimbabwe border Communities (20100016)

The evaluation is commissioned by: Vhumani Magezi (Executive Director), Family Aids Caring Trust (FACT).

1. Background

FACT is a Christian national development NGO based in Mutare, Zimbabwe. It implements sustainable development initiatives to improve people's livelihood, Sexual Reproductive Health (SRH), HIV Prevention, HIV and AIDS care and support as well as health activities that complement Ministry of Health and Child Welfare. The Enhancing Capacity of CBOs, community Livelihoods and Food Security for effective and comprehensive HIV and AIDS response for Mozambique - Zimbabwe border communities of Chipinge and Chimanimani in Zimbabwe project is a 3 year project funded by EvangelischerEntwicklungsdienste.v.(EED) and implemented by Family Aids Caring Trust.This project has been implemented in four wards in Chipinge and Chimanimani Districts bordering Mozambique. The project, which commenced in August 2010 has been implemented Chipinge and Chimanimani Provinces, Manicaland, is scheduled for closeout in July 2013.

The project main objective is; Community Based Organisations (CBOs) and regional NGOs capacity is developed and strengthened to effectively implement HIV and AIDS interventions and the quality of life and the food security of PLWHA and affected households has improved. Project seeks to improve the lives of people living with HIV and AIDS through strengthening capacity of CBO/ NGO staff and community support structures to deliver quality HIV and AIDS programmes. The project also targets people living with HIV for prevention and care services.

This evaluation will be conducted to fulfill EED project requirements and to inform future project development. A follow up proposal is to be developed and it will incorporate recommendations from the external evaluation.

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