Ref N° 555

Production of Education Annual Results Report

Overall project value (EUR)
€ 39 000
Origin of funding
Proportion carried out by legal entity
Consortium members
Start date
January 2017
End date
May 2017
Number of staff provided
57 w/d

Detailed description of project Back

UNICEF’s Annual Results Reports outline the organization’s results against the Strategic Plan 2014–2017 to advance children’s rights and equity in the areas of health; HIV and AIDS; water, sanitation and hygiene; nutrition; education; child protection; social inclusion; humanitarian action; and gender. The reports detail what UNICEF achieved in each outcome area, working with diverse partners at the global, regional and country levels, and examine the impact of these accomplishments on the lives of children and families worldwide.

The Annual Results Reports include all results achieved under the specific outcome area regardless of the source of income. In addition, they are a contractual obligation for one type of funding received, thematic funding, and help to highlight its flexibility as one of UNICEF’s most effective and efficient funding sources.

The purpose of the consultancy is to support the production of and write the Education Annual Results Report for 2016.

Type of services provided

  • Support the production of the Annual Results Report (review UNICEF staff inputs and other materials and draft, copy-edit and fact-check the overall report);
  • In addition to pulling from relevant information that will be provided such as Country Office Annual Reports and Strategic Plan indicator data, liaise and conduct consultations with key UNICEF staff and others to gather relevant information, to complete the Report for 2016, with a focus on 2016 results and also capturing overall trends since 2014;
  • Prepare first draft, subsequent drafts and final version of the Annual Results Report; including fact-checking and proof-reading (including after the report goes to the designer); highlight the overall global and regional outcomes and the successes/challenges in key indicators for 2016;
  • Highlight selected investments made that were strategic and created bigger results in 2016;
  • Propose and develop stories of the impact of UNICEF’s work in 2016 that links to a broader change;
  • As part of the report, develop 4-6 longer/more in-depth case studies of countries with high impact interventions based on analysis of field-based data and through communication with UNICEF colleagues in the field; countries selected on the basis of the data analysis, will be a source of quantitative verifiable data and accomplishments ;
  • Make recommendations for future reports beyond 2016 using UNICEF multiple data sources.

Main staff provided:

  • Education sector specialist (55 w/d).

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