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Eurasia Foundation of Central Asia (EFCA) hosted the regular meeting of the EFCA Board of Trustees on July 13, 2018 in Almaty.
On June 29, 2018, the team of the USAID "TEENS - Accessible and Qualitative Assistance" project organized a webinar regarding psychological support
On June 28, 2018, the final competition of the "3.2.1. Start!" project was held, the winner of which was Rahim Aybek with his project of Tazalyk
EFCA in Kazakhstan announces an open call for the selection of mid-term evaluation expert for the projectActive tender
The Good Governance Initiative Fund (GGIF) is a two-phased grant mechanism which will result in the increased capacity of traditionally underserved and underrepresented Kazakh and Tajik CSOs outside of the capital cities to strategically plan, coordinate, and execute complex campaigns aimed at reforming the institutionalized delivery of services, public policy and legislation. The ultimate goal of the project is to promote institutionalized governance reforms which contribute to improved service delivery, public policy, legislation, or regulations. The project was launched in October 2014 and is expected to end in September 2018.
Scope of Mid-Term Evaluation: The scope of the evaluation will include the status of governance, including achievements in governance reform, changes over time, and their relationship to the GGIF, and recommendations for next steps in promoting and sustaining good governance. The Mid-Term Evaluation will be used to identify and publicize the impact of GGIF projects on governance reform in Kazakhstan and Tajikistan, contributing to increased public awareness of good governance principles and effective reform mechanisms.
Primary Goal of Mid-Term Evaluation: to assess progress towards the project goal and objectives to date.
The call is open for Russian- and English-speaking experts in Kazakhstan as well as in other countries.
Deadline - March 21, 2017
The SOW for project evaluator is here