CALL FOR EXPRESSIONS OF INTEREST IN EVALUATION OF THE SECURITY ASSESSMENT IN NORTH AFRICA
CLOSING DATE: 18 DECEMBER 2017
The Security Assessment in North Africa (SANA) - a multi-year project of the Small Arms Survey - will be undertaking an evaluation in March next year. The Call for Expressions of Interest is attached - if you are interested please reply by midnight Geneva time, 18th December. Reply details are in the Call document. If you have colleagues who may be interested please forward the Call document. At this stage the aim is to identify a person or small team to do the evaluation.
Gender is important in small arms and light weapons issues: the Small Arms Survey would welcome interest from Gender and Evaluation forum participants.
This evaluation work has some specific requirements - in particular the language skills - but the Survey can be flexible about most aspects. We don’t expect that one person, or a small team, will necessarily be able to bring all the different skills we are seeking: evaluation experience, knowledge of both the North African context, and of small arms and light weapons and their illegal proliferation. Equally, while we would like an Outcome Harvesting approach, if you have expertise in another methodology that would also be suitable, please don't hesitate to get in touch.
Once we have identified a suitable person, or team, we will work with them to finalize the Terms of Reference. The Small Arms Survey staff will provide support and backstopping as required.
We look forward to hearing from anyone interested and are happy to answer questions sent to MEL@smallarmssurvey.org
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