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Date : september 24th, 2019
Deadline for submission of offer : September 30th, 2019
In particular, the evaluation shall assess and rate3 the success of the project’s implementation and draw lessons to provide strategic direction based on based on the following key questions4
A. Relevance/ Appropriateness: Are the activities, strategies and outputs consistent with the intended impacts and effects, and the attainment of the overall goal and objectives? To what
extent are the objectives still valid?
The Start Fund Bangladesh (2017-2020) is a £10 million rapid emergency response fund set up by
the Start Network with support from UK aid and hosted by ACF Bangladesh. Modelled on the
successful Start Fund that activates funding within 72 hours of a crisis alert, the fund has been
setup to be accessible to both national and international member NGOs operating in Bangladesh
to respond early and fast to under the radar emergencies in Bangladesh. These decisions are made by humanitarian actors within member agencies with all projects selected within the country or region of the crisis, while projects start within 7 days and finish within 45 days.
As such, the expected impact and outcome of Start Fund Bangladesh is that “Loss of lives,
livelihoods and dignity are minimised”, given that the “Humanitarian responses are rapid, informed and adapted to the need of the affected communities” respectively. These are expected to be achieved as a result of the following outputs.
Imtiaz Ahmad – MEALCO email: firstname.lastname@example.org; mobile: +8801882086245, +01719115617