ASSET Project Midterm Evaluation- Call for expression of Interest

Publié le 05 janvier 2023

Gret is a French NGO founded in 1976, whose activities range from the field to policy-making in the fight against poverty and inequality. GRET has been present in more than 30 countries, in a variety of fields / topics to provide sustainable and innovative solutions to the united development process. GRET has been operating in Vietnam and Cambodia since 1988 and  in Laos since 2004.

The Gret has received a financing from the Agence Française de Développement and the European Union and intends to use part of the funds thereof for payments under the following project Agroecology And Safe food Systems Transition (ASSET) in South East Asia.

ASSET project is implemented by GRET as the general coordinator, in a strong articulation with CIRAD in charge of the scientific coordination, in partnership with a consortium of 23 International/European/National Institutions and Organizations and 2 United Nations Agencies. The Asset project aims to capture the multiple dimensions of the Agroecology concept including food system ones and intends to support multilevel bottom-up advocacy and policy transformation approach (from local to ASEAN level) and promote Agroecology and food systems common position at ASEAN level.

Gret is looking for consulting firms to undertake the first midterm Evaluation of the ASSET project for the period October 2019 to March 2023 (project ending in September 2025). The midterm evaluation will be carried out on the 3 following coutries: Cambodia, Vietnam and Laos with field works in each countries and restitution in presence in Laos, host country of the project. The midterm evaluation will be carried out between early April 2023 and mid July 2023.

The Expressions of Interest must be submitted to lebret@gret.org no later than 30th of January 2023, 17:00 (Vientiane Time).

Please download the following document for detailed information

 

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