Outcome Mapping Consultant

Global Greengrants Fund UK (GGF UK) seeks a consultant to carry out a desk-based outcome harvesting of four years of grantee reports of our work under the Global Alliance for Green and Gender Action (GAGGA)

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Open position: Outcome Mapping Consultant

Job type: Consultancy job from 10 August 2020 - 30 September 2020.

No. of positions: 1

Organisation's name: Global Greengrants Fund

Location: no information given

Closure date: 5/August/2020

Objective:

Global Greengrants Fund UK (GGF UK) seeks a consultant to carry out a desk-based outcome harvesting of four years of grantee reports of our work under the Global Alliance for Green and Gender Action (GAGGA) July 2016 to August 2020. Guided by a series of outcome indicators, the consultant will review annually compiled outcome reviews and then further integrate new grantee reports received during the final year of GAGGA (and newly submitted reports from previous years not yet included), with the objective to create a final, overarching four-year compilation of outcomes for our work under GAGGA.

About organisation:

Global Greengrants Fund is a participatory grantmaking fund, supporting grassroots environmental and social justice movements and initiatives in 168 countries through an advisory-led decision-making model. Since 1992, Global Greengrants Fund has made over 13,000 grants. Global Greengrants Fund UK is the UK sister organization, and an independent charity registered in England and Wales.

In Africa, Global Greengrants Fund operates through four sub-regional advisory boards (in Central, Eastern, Southern and West Africa), and in partnership with global environmental NGOs.

About Global Alliance for Green and Gender Action

The Global Alliance for Green and Gender Action (GAGGA) is a multi-actor network that is active from local to international levels, supporting local movements fighting for women’s rights and environmental justice and further amplifying local women’s struggles and solutions and local, national and international levels. The consortium is led by the Fondo Centroamericano de Mujeres, based in Nicaragua, in collaboration with Both ENDS and Mama Cash, both based in The Netherlands, and funded by the Dutch Ministry of Foreign Affairs.

Global Greengrants Fund is a strategic partner of GAGGA and an environmental justice fund for the African continent under GAGGA. GGF applies the grant from GAGGA through its model of working with volunteer experts to identify grantmaking opportunities with grassroots communities. All four African advisory boards and additional thematic advisors recommend groups for funding under the GAGGA award. Additionally, advisors seek to collaborate with women’s funds, NGOs, experts or others working on women’s rights, some of whom may also be GAGGA partners.

The first phase of GAGGA is due to end September 2020, with the second phase due to start 1 January 2021. All grantmaking under the first phase will be finalized by August 2020.

Consultant Qualifications:

  • The preferred candidate will be experienced in writing reports for donors, completing logframes, and analyzing a large number of diverse documents in a diligent, organized and concise way.
  • The successful candidate will ideally have a background or demonstrated interest in environmental and social justice issues. Knowledge of African civil society is a plus, as is experience in reporting to bilateral donors, though neither are required to carry out this work.
  • Working knowledge of French is desirable. 

Roles:

The consultant will be supervised and work closely with the Director of Regional Programs, Allison Davis. Four Coordinators across Africa will also have a special role in managing outreach and response from advisors.

 Cost Parameters

The right candidate will be able to finish this assignment in 10-14 full days (80-112 hours).

Scope and Focus of the Consultancy:

Research Methodology

The consultant will read and analyze the annual compilation of outcomes that have been produced on a six-monthly basis since 2016, to provide an aggregated picture of the type of work, major outputs, and outcomes achieved, and highlight notable impact reported by grantees against the GAGGA logframe table.

This will primarily require desk research based on the existing reports from GGF, and will be supplemented by reports received by GGF grantees under GAGGA not yet analyzed in an outcome mapping process. The consultant will be given a full overview of how the outcome mapping was compiled for these earlier reports.

Deliverables

  1. A finalized outcome mapping of all grantee reports received to date.
  2. A finalized outcome reporting reported in the GAGGA logframe based on five years of GGF reporting to GAGGA and the outcome mapping.
  3. A draft final narrative report in the format stipulated by GAGGA based on the above analysis.

Milestones

The time period for this consultancy is 10 August 2020-30 September 2020.

Deliverable/Milestone Timeline
Finalized methodology and clarity on deliverables.  Final agreed document triggers first payment. 15 August
Carry out desk research 15 August- 3 September
First draft of report, logframe and outcome mapping for review Before or by 15 September
Final comments back on report and logframe Before or by 22 September
Final report and logframe. Final payment Before or by 30 September

Compensation: no information provided

To apply: 

Response to the Terms of Reference If you are interested in responding to this opportunity, please send a CV and a two-page proposal bid outlining approach, hours and rate to eva@globalgreengrants.org.uk by latest 5 August 2020, with reference GAGGA1.

If you would like to discuss this opportunity further, please contact Eva Rehse, Executive Director, Global Greengrants Fund UK on eva@globalgreengrants.org.uk

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Diversity, Equity and Inclusion Statement

Global Greengrants Fund UK is an equal opportunities employer. We strongly encourage applicants from all backgrounds and walks of life. We believe that diversity and inclusion in our team and in the consultants we work with is critical to our success. We seek to recruit, develop, retain and work with the most talented people from a diverse candidate pool and welcome applications from all qualified candidates. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, gender, colour, religion, ethnicity, physical ability, sexual orientation or gender identity.

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