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Terms of Reference (TORS) for the evaluation of the economic justice programme funded project to Consumer International (CI) - The 'Strengthening consumer protection for social and economic justice' project
Open Society Initiative for Southern Africa (OSISA)

Application Deadline: 18 November 2013

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The Open Society Initiative of Southern Africa (OSISA) is a regional foundation that is part of a global network of the Open Society Foundations. Established in 1997, and based in Johannesburg, OSISA seeks to build vibrant and tolerant democracies, whose governments are accountable to their people. To achieve this, OSISA seeks to support people to influence public policies that assure greater fairness in political, legal, economic, social and cultural systems, and safeguard fundamental rights with a particular focus on marginalized groups. The pursuit of open society ideals underpins the work undertaken across each of the ten countries in which OSISA works: Angola, Botswana, DRC, Lesotho, Malawi, Mozambique, Namibia, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe.

1. Purpose and justification of the evaluation

OSISA provided grant funding to CI in line with the Economic Justice Programme’s mission which aims at contributing towards social justice in the countries of the region, for purposes of advocating for, monitoring, universal citizen access to socio- economic rights and human development needs.
According to OSISA's practices, projects and programmes’ initiatives shall undergo an evaluation at specific agreed upon time. The proposed evaluation will focus on the following aspects:
I. To evaluate the extent to which project funding to CI has achieved the planned objectives;

II. To assess the extent to which CI’s programme design sustainably and consistently factored in recommendations from previous evaluations;

III. To analyse the extent to which the organisational and operational structures between CI and partners effectively and efficiently support project implementation and sustainably support the partnership;

IV. To assess CI’s current monitoring and evaluation strategies and their impact on continuous assessment of the projects operations of CI and the partnership with the national outfits;

V. Identify lessons learnt and provide recommendations on how the lessons can be deployed towards the continuous development of the organisation and the partnership between CI and the national outfits.

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