Ref N° 658

EUROsociAL+ Mid-Term Evaluation

Latin America regional
Overall project value (EUR)
€ 179 050
Origin of funding
Proportion carried out by legal entity
Consortium members
Start date
February 2021
End date
July 2021
Number of staff provided
220 w/d

Detailed description of project Back

EUROsociAL+ is the EU programme (€32 million) aiming at consolidating cooperation and policy dialogue related to social cohesion between Latin America and the European Union (EU). EUROsociAL+ contributes to the design, reform and implementation of public policies in Latin America, which have an impact on social cohesion and reduction of inequalities.

The specific objective of the assignment is to undertake the mid-term evaluation.

To achieve its objectives, this evaluation will include 3 strands of activity. They are:

  • (Strand 1) – To assess the results achieved insofar by EUROsociAL+ and -based on this analysis- verify the overall Logic of Intervention, assessing to what extent this continues to be consistent with its Overall Objectives and modalities of intervention;
  • (Strand 2) – To analyse the overall efficiency of the EUROsociAL+ implementation, including an analysis of its operation and transaction costs;
  • (Strand 3) – To conduct a wide consultation with key stakeholders to understand their present satisfaction with the results of EUROsociAL+ and envisage possible future hypothesis of collaboration.

Type of services provided

Evaluation using the standard five DAC evaluation criteria namely: relevance, efficiency, effectiveness, sustainability and impact.

In addition, the evaluation will assess the added value of the EU (the additional advantages of the Action compared to an intervention only from the MS).

The evaluation team shall furthermore consider whether and how gender was mainstreamed; the relevant SDGs and their interlinkages were identified; the principle of Leave No-One Behind and the rights-based approach methodology was followed in the identification/formulation documents and the extent to which they have been reflected in the implementation of the Intervention, its governance and monitoring.

Main staff provided:

  • Team leader (80 w/d);
  • Gender Expert (70 w/d);
  • Junior Expert (70 w/d).

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