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Expected start
1 March 2022
30 working days
30 November 2021
Mert Perk (

Detailed description Back

Systematic and timely evaluation of its programmes and activities is an established priority of the European Commission. The focus of evaluations is on the assessment of achievements, the quality and the results of Interventions in the context of an evolving cooperation policy with an increasing emphasis on result-oriented approaches and the contribution towards the implementation of the SDGs.

From this perspective, evaluations should look for evidence of why, whether or how these results are linked to the EU intervention and seek to identify the factors driving or hindering progress.
Evaluations should provide an understanding of the cause and effect links among: inputs and activities, and outputs, outcomes and impacts. Evaluations should serve accountability, decision making, learning and management purposes.

The main objectives of this evaluation are to provide the relevant services of the European Union, the interested stakeholders and the Government of Mozambique, with:

  • an overall independent assessment of the past performance of the upgrading of the Manhiça and Gilé District Hospitals (phase II), paying particular attention to its results measured against its expected objectives; and the reasons underpinning such results;
  • key lessons learned, conclusions and related recommendations in order to improve future Interventions.

In particular, this evaluation will serve to understand the performance of the Action, its enabling factors and those hampering a proper delivery of results to assist in the planning of any other future EU interventions in the health/infrastructure sectors. The main users of this evaluation will be the EU Delegation to Mozambique, the National Authorising Officer (NAO) and the Ministry of Health (MISAU).


General description of the position:

  • Expert category: Cat. II (>6 years of experience).

Qualifications and skills required:

  • Knowledge of EC cooperation policy and instruments Excellent analytical skills Excellent writing and editing skills.

General professional experience:

  • The evaluation team must have a cumulative experience of at least 7 years in the area of evaluation (of which at least a minimum of five successfully completed evaluations in Africa and a minimum of five successfully completed evaluations of EU-funded projects of programmes), with solid experience in rigorous evaluation methods and techniques (qualitative and quantitative).

Specific professional experience:

  • evaluation of development interventions in the sector of Public Health, Health metrics, Health economics/financing, Health Policy/institutional framework demonstrated by the members of the team in at least 4 evaluations . Technical / sector knowledge and experience of the team as a whole in the above sectors.

Language skills:

  • members of the team should be fluent in English and at least one team member should master Portuguese (minimum level C1). Languages levels are defined for understanding, speaking and writing skills by the Common European Framework of Reference for Languages available at and shall be demonstrated by certificates or by past relevant experience.