Evaluation tenders

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Publicising your tender for evaluation services on the AES website is available to members and non-members. Simply submit the online submission form
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Project tender detail

The purpose of this evaluation is to carry out an impact assessment of four different projects which Solidar Suisse is supporting, all of which are in the area of ‘Participation’ in the following countries: Bolivia, Burkina Faso, El Salvador and Mozambique. The evaluation shall focus on impact in terms of lasting change to the target groups but also to the involved stakeholders (civil society organisations, local governments, and service providers) and the community at large resulting from the projects interventions.

Details of how to apply:

Tender proposals must be submitted by e-mail to with the subject line “Tender Proposal: Impact Evaluation Solidar Suisse”. Submission deadline for tender proposals is 15 December 2022.

Contact for further information: Requests for additional information can be made via e-mail to in advance of submitting a tender proposal

Closing date: 15 December 2022

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Project tender detail

The National Heart Foundation of Australia is undertaking an evaluation of the last five years of the Heart Foundation Walking Program (‘The Program’). The Program has been funded through the Prime Ministers Active Australia Project, Healthy Heart Initiative. The Program is to target cardiovascular disease and obesity, which are significant contributors to the burden of disease in Australia, and to promote a healthy active lifestyle for all Australians.
The focus was to increase physical activity through walking, which can reduce the risk of heart disease and other chronic illnesses. In the March 2022 Federal budget, it was announced that the Heart Foundation Walking program will be extended to 2023 through further government funding.

Details of how to apply:

Responses to the RFQ shall be delivered to: Name: Sunet Jordaan Email: The proposal should be clearly labelled: “Proposal to Undertake PMAA Evaluation”.

Closing date: 16 December 2022

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Project tender detail

The Paul Ramsay Foundation will likely soon have an opportunity for an Indigenous evaluator with R programming skills to take part in a funded short course focused on Synthetic Control Modelling, which would also include a paid real-world modelling opportunity with peer mentorship from a data specialist. We are seeking expressions of interest at this stage. Course likely to be in March-April of 2023, with paid evaluation opportunity likely to be in May-September of 2023. If funding is approved, then more details will be provided to short-listed individuals.

Closing date: Saturday 31 December 2022. Indigenous evaluators (only) email a statement about your R programming skills.

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