DFID 5975 - Education Operational Research and Evaluation (EDORE) Nigeria

Created on21/12/2012
Reference numberDFID 5975
Deadline date21/12/2016
Estimated length of contract48 Months
Estimated value£0 - £0.01
Location where the contract is to be carried outEast Kilbride West
Is this suitable for smaller suppliers?Yes
Is this contract suitable for a voluntary, community and social enterprise organisations?Yes
Name of the buying organisation Department for International Development (see other contracts from this organisation)

Description of the contract

DFID ) is seeking to appoint a Service Provider (SP) to manage the ‘Education Operational Research and Evaluation’ (EDORE) Initiative in Nigeria. The specific objectives of the EDORE initiative are: to embed research, evaluation and learning in DFID’s education sector support in Nigeria, and to enhance national capacities to generate and use quality educational data, research and evaluation for policy and strategy making. The contract will address research and evaluation needs within specific DFID projects, for example the ‘Girls Education Project’ (GEP3) in Northern Nigeria, as well as respond to broader research themes emerging across DFID’s education portfolio. The initiative will also address evaluation and research for proposed new projects which are expected to start in 2013, such as the ‘Low cost private education project’ (LOCOPE) and the ‘Teacher Development Project’ (TDP). The successful provider will coordinate and work closely with the implementers of other DFID funded education projects to ensure the full utilisation of technical outputs of this programme, to contribute to project course correction where relevant, and to work towards closing gaps in evidence, both nationally and internationally.

Documents

DFID 5975 ITT docs
(PO 5975 ITT Pack.zip)

Additional information

Additional NotesN/A
Is it a framework agreement?No

Who to contact

Email Enquiry@DFID.gov.uk

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