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Final Evaluation of Access to Justice for Women II Project (ATJW II)

Monitoring & Evaluation/Quality
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)
Donor Organisation: 
Deutsche Gesellschaft für Internationale Zusammenarbeit (GIZ)
Project Volume: 
Value of Services: 
Start of project: 
October, 2017
End of project: 
December, 2017


Background: The Access to Justice for Women II (ATJW II) project, is advising Ministry of Women’s Affairs (MoWA) to improve the access to and quality of services for female gender based violence (GBV) survivors and ultimately contribute to ending violence against women and girls more effectively. Main areas of intervention are improving the Referral System for GBV cases, developing and testing Minimum Standards of Basic Counseling (MSBC) and establishing a functioning Data Collection and Case Management System. Furthermore, Inter-ministerial Communication and Coordination supporting the Women’s ministry in its coordinating role implementing Gender Mainstreaming at national level with all respective line ministries is an overarching area of technical support provided by ATJW II.

As there is currently no follow-on project prepared this assignment is required to conduct the final evaluation of this measure according to the international standards and GIZ/ BMZ procedures. The consulting company has to be aware of the new GIZ evaluation reform process and regulations

Project details


Main objective: To conduct the final evaluation engaging with the technical team of ATJW II, relevant international organisations/donors, MoWA officials at national level, Provincial Department of Women’s Affairs (PDoWAs), local authorities, non-government organisation (NGO) partners and relevant stakeholders at the provincial and district level.

  • Further fine-tune the ToR, prepare work schedule of the mission and prioritise necessary steps to achieve the overall objective of the final evaluation in consultation with the project management (AV) and team.
  • Prepare guidelines/questions for focus group discussions and individual interviews and carry out meetings with the GIZ project team, MoWA officials and selected relevant state and non-state partners and stakeholders from sub-national level.
  • Prepare a written briefing and conduct a half-day workshop presenting the preliminary findings of the evaluation team (including the national consultants) to MoWA officials, the project team and selected stakeholders from sub-national level.
  • Prepare the draft report and the final report after inputs have been received from the ATJW II team, the MoWA officials and stakeholders at an agreed time frame set before the end of the field mission.