Office of Evaluation (OED)
 

Consultancies

OED regularly search for qualified consultants in various fields to participate in FAO evaluations.

Evaluation of FAO’s contribution to Strategic Objective 5 - Increase the resilience of livelihoods to threats and crises

FAO’s Office of Evaluation (OED) is starting an evaluation of FAO’s contribution to enhanced resilience of livelihoods (Strategic Objective 5), scheduled from December 2015 until summer 2016. The concept of ‘resilience’ has recently gained currency in humanitarian and development circles. This comes from the recognition that the frequency of natural disasters is growing, that a number of “protracted crises” have persisted for several decades and that investments in development, early warning and humanitarian aid have failed to prevent some countries from being struck by recurrent crises. This, together with the impact of climate change, has led to a realization that crises are here to stay, and have to be confronted as a permanent feature of the development landscape.
Closure date: 26 February 2016

Evaluation du programme pays de la FAO en Côte d’Ivoire

Le Bureau de l’évaluation de l’Organisation des Nations Unies pour l’alimentation et l’agriculture (FAO) vient de lancer une évaluation du programme de la FAO en Côte d’Ivoire. Les consultants nationaux possédant une expérience dans les secteurs clés liés aux objectifs de la FAO dans le pays sont invités à soumettre leur candidature.
Closure date: 28 February 2016

Evaluation of FAO’s contribution to Strategic Objective 5 – Increase the resilience of livelihoods to threats and crises

FAO’s Office of Evaluation (OED) is starting an evaluation of FAO’s contribution to enhanced resilience of livelihoods (Strategic Objective 5), scheduled from December 2015 until summer 2016. The concept of ‘resilience’ has recently gained currency in humanitarian and development circles. This comes from the recognition that the frequency of natural disasters is growing, that a number of “protracted crises” have persisted for several decades and that investments in development, early warning and humanitarian aid have failed to prevent some countries from being struck by recurrent crises. This, together with the impact of climate change, has led to a realization that crises have to be confronted as a permanent feature of the development landscape.
Closure date: 01 March 2016

How to respond to a call

1: Email us at Opportunities-Eval@fao.org your application letter and a detailed CV, stating in the Subject line of your email the position you are applying for.

2: We welcome open applications. If you think your skills and experience will be valuable for us, please send a letter of interest along with your CV to Opportunities-Eval@fao.org.