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Project tender detail

The Ian Potter Foundation is a major Australian philanthropic foundation that supports and promotes excellence and innovation. Since 1964, The Ian Potter Foundation has contributed over $380 million to thousands of projects that respond decisively to key issues and develop our creativity and capacity as a nation.
Based in Melbourne, the Foundation grants nationally to support charitable organisations across four pillars:

  • Vibrant (arts)
  • Fair (e.g. employment for marginalised youth/people with disabilities and early childhood development)
  • Sustainable (biodiversity, land and water management)
  • Healthy (population-level health research and medical research equipment)

To learn more about the Foundation’s work please refer to our website: ianpotter.org.au

While each program area has its own grant-making priorities and objectives, the Foundation’s general principles are to fund prevention rather than cure, and to support and encourage excellence. We also look for innovative solutions and ideas and assess the long-term sustainability of the projects we support.
As such, many of the projects that we fund are evaluated, and often grantees approach us enquiring for evaluators. To this end, we are issuing our annual call for evaluators interested in being listed in The Ian Potter Foundation’s Evaluator Pool (TIPFEP). We use TIPFEP to recommend evaluators to our grantees with the objective of producing high-quality evaluation reports that will lead to projects leveraging ongoing funding (from government, social enterprise or other foundations).

Details of how to apply:
Details of how to apply are provided in the expression of interest. 

Closing date: 3 April 2023. 

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Project tender detail

CulturalPulse is the implementing partner of the Empowering Migrants through Pacific Remittances (EMPR) Program funded by the Australian Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade (DFAT) and The New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade (MFAT). We’re currently seeking a reviewer for the Mid-Term Review of the EMPR program

All applicants including teams, individuals, organisations and / or consortia are encouraged to apply.

The intended timeframe for the review process is from April/May 2023 with some room for negotiation with the successful applicant. The total level of effort is expected to be 19.5 days to complete the assignment. Please see the Scope of Work for details.

Applicants should send a brief proposal including:

  • a cover letter responding to the selection criteria in the Scope of Work
  • an outline of your approach to the review
  • a proposed daily rate
  • your Resume/CV

Details of how to apply:
For further information or to submit an application, please contact Joe Freach, EMPR Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Lead  joe@culturalpulse.com.au

Closing date: midnight AEDT, Tuesday 14 February 2023. ***NOTE UPDATED CLOSING DATE***

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Project tender detail

Evaluation of the AHP Bangladesh Humanitarian Response Phase III
Employment Type: Evaluation Team or Individual Consultants
Location: Bangladesh (and some home-based work for international consultant/s)
Reports to: Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Manager, Australian Humanitarian Partnership Support Unit
Remuneration: Fees are subject to negotiation and must not exceed established market rates.

At Alinea International we value equity, diversity, and inclusivity in everything we do. We are an equal opportunity employer opposed to all forms of discrimination. We actively seek and encourage applications from people of diverse backgrounds recognizing that an inclusive workforce enriches our organization and achieves smarter, more innovative results. Alinea is committed to the protection of children and vulnerable adults. Due to the nature of our work, all candidates will be subject to due diligence checks and extensive background checks where appropriate.

About Alinea International Ltd.
Alinea is an international development consultancy providing technical and management expertise that helps people improve their lives. We work with governments, investors, companies and communities to create lasting change. Over 35 years, Alinea has successfully delivered more than 515 projects worldwide. alineainternational.com

About the Project
The Australian Humanitarian Partnership (AHP) is a partnership between the Australian Government and six Australian non-government organisations (NGOs). The AHP Bangladesh Humanitarian Response Phase III (July 2020 – June 2023) was funded by the Australian Government to address the ongoing needs of displaced Rohingya and host communities.
The independent, joint evaluation of AHP Bangladesh Phase III will assess the impact, effectiveness, efficiency, relevance and sustainability of the program. It will also evaluate the extent that the program has met the needs of the most vulnerable, has been accountable to the affected populations and has been implemented through a locally led approach.
The evaluation will be conducted by a team of up to three consultants, including a team leader and two team members, who can be engaged either as a consortium or as individuals.

Project tender detail

The Australian Volunteers Program matches a broad range of skilled Australians with partner organisations overseas, to support these organisations to achieve their own development goals. The Australian Volunteers Program is a DFAT funded program, managed by AVI in a consortium with DT Global and Alinea International.

The Australian Volunteers Program aims to conduct research into the value of volunteering in a sample of countries. The aim of this research is to explore, through a series of country case studies conducted over multiple years, how key stakeholders perceive and understand the value of volunteering within their country: the benefits volunteering brings, its impact (positive and negative), and its contribution, if any, to supporting locally led change for equitable social development.

The program is seeking to contract a research team to support this work. The first phase and initial contract under this RFQ covers the design of a research approach. The program will tender, and contract, for only the first phase initially, but with the expectation that the contract with the selected research partner will be extended, based on satisfactory completion of phase one, to also cover the second phase.

Details of how to apply:

The Request for Quotation and the Terms of Reference can be downloaded on Tenders.net via this link: https://tenders.net/tender?id=1337355. These are attached here as well.

Closing date: 10 February 2023

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