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Terms of Reference Zimbabwe HIV Programme Final Evaluation
Trócaire

Application Deadline: 13 September 2013 (5pm)

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1. Brief Overview of the Programme

Trócaire has been implementing a three year HIV programme from 1st October 2010 until the 30th of September. The aim of the programme is “To contribute to the promotion, protection and fulfilment of the rights of people (in particular women and girls) living with and affected by HIV and AIDS in Zimbabwe”. The objectives of the programme are as follows:

1. To strengthen the ‘voice’ of PLHIV in Zimbabwe in issues of policy, practice and law reform (constitutional reform) at national and local levels and ensure their interests are represented in all arenas.

2. To improve the policy and legal framework for improved implementation of policy and resource use in Zimbabwe

3. To contribute to an improved well being for PLHIV (especially women) at local levels by achieving tangible improvements in access to services (medical and legal), nutrition, livelihoods strategies

4. To reduce levels of levels of discrimination and stigma experienced by PLHIV in targeted communities.

5. To strengthen the capacity of programme partners as follows:

  • Organisational management capacity
  • Technical capacity to undertake evidence based advocacy at local and national levels.
  • HIV /AIDS and Gender mainstreaming capacity

There were 7 partners in the programme to begin with however there are currently 5 partners remaining. Four of these partners were included in a Comic Relief grant, three of whom were involved to programme completion. It is these three Comic Relief supported partners, along with Trócaire, and 2 other programme partners funded by Irish Aid, that will be involved in this evaluation. Information concerning the work carried out by Arise in years 1 and years 2 will be evaluated using pre-existing data.

2. Rationale for Evaluation

Trócaire aims to undertake evaluations of our field programmes on a regular basis to both inform the development and delivery of our programmes, to ensure we are accountable to all our stakeholders for the resources over which we have stewardship and to ensure a process of continuous learning.

Following the completion of the three year HIV programme, and in the advance of the development of a new 5-year programme framework, it is proposed that an external final evaluation be commissioned assess the extent to which the HIV programme in Zimbabwe has realised the changes that it set out to achieve and to provide specific learning to inform the development of the new programme. This end-of-programme evaluation will cover the period October 2010 to September 2013.

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