Mentorship in Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning for Advocacy Consultancy Opportunity in Kenya

Voluntary Service Overseas 

Mentorship in Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning for Advocacy

Role Overview:

The consultant will be expected to carry out assessment and refinement of VSO MEL plan, build capacity for the chosen monitoring and evaluation methodologies through targeted workshops, practical trainings, and mentorship. The consultancy is for 30 days spread out through the year (January – December 2024), in accordance with a jointly agreed calendar.



Master’s degree in a relevant discipline, e.g., social sciences, international development, policy, sociology, human rights, monitoring and evaluation.
A minimum of five years experiences (with proven track record) in monitoring and evaluating development programmes focused on civil society, social change, and advocacy in Eastern and Southern Africa.
Demonstrable skills in applying monitoring and evaluation methodologies relevant to the Make Way programme.
Evident virtual facilitation and capacity building skills.


Prior experience in working with programme similar to Make Way (focusing on strengthening civil society, creation and diffusion of innovative L&A tools, SRHR).
Knowledge of, and experience with, working with intersectionality (theory) and feminist MEL. Experience with participatory and/or youth-led monitoring and evaluation methods.
Passion for development programmes targeting youth with compounded vulnerabilities.

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