Objectives of the consultancy
The purpose of this consultancy is mainly to synthesize key impacts and challenges of the project, while
trying to relate the results with the recent changing context and provide key recommendations. The key
objectives are as follows:
• Produce analysis of key impacts and lessons learned from four years of interventions against the
• Analyze the implications of the recent situation in relation to the project impacts and lessons
learned and provide key recommendations that are relevant in the recent context.
• Highlight key impacts through creative documentation and presentations.
Scope of Work
• Desk review on existing studies within TDLG (gender assessment, case studies, outcome
monitoring, landscape of civil society, mid-term reviews) and another relevant research
• Design and prepare the methodology, framework, and questions, ensuring sufficient
representation of the respondents as far as possible
• Carry out agreed methodology and processes (key stories that highlight the key impacts of the
program, perspectives from both internal and external stakeholders)
• Analyze key findings and consult with TDLG team for validation
• Produce a report with key findings, recommendations, and impacts
• Qualified consultant or team with a feminist approach are strongly encouraged to apply.
• Minimum 3 years of substantive experience in leading similar review and documentation of longterm development projects.
• Proven experience developing research, evaluation reports and learning papers.
• Strong knowledge and understanding of Myanmar local governance, particularly of the Mon State
context and civic space.
• Proven experience and connection with Mon State civil society and the grassroots context are
• Existing understanding of the TDLG project is desirable.
• Proven experience with the use of innovative and flexible methodology, and creative
documentation and communication tools are desirable.
• Excellent interpersonal, communication and presentation skills.
• Fluency in written and spoken English and Burmese.