Madagascar, Integrated Social Protection Programme in the South of Madagascar (Joint SDG Fund): Evaluation

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26 Jun 2021
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Capacity development, System-wide performance

In an effort to promote accountability and enhance learning and documentation, the Ministry of Population, Social Protection and Promotion of Women (MPSPPW), jointly with UNICEF, WFP, ILO and UNFPA are commissioning a country-led formative evaluation of the integrated social protection programme (ISPP) in the south of Madagascar. These Terms of Reference (ToR) set out the purpose and objectives, methodological options and operational modalities for an institutional contract with a team of at least two evaluation consultants. Findings and recommendations from this formative evaluation will inform the replication and scale-up of integrated social protection programmes in Madagascar. Implementation of this model programme will begin in January 2020 and continue into 2021. The evaluation is expected to be conducted from April 2020 to April 2022 for a total duration of approximately 18 working weeks (90 days). It will be supervised by the UNICEF Research and Evaluation Specialist in Madagascar, in collaboration with a focal point from MPSPPW, WFP, UNFPA and ILO, and in coordination with a social protection technical working group and the UNICEF Regional Office for Eastern and Southern Africa (ESARO).