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25 Août 2014 Il y a 9 ans

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Lieu : Tunis, TUNISIE
Date limite de candidature : 25-Aug-14
Catégorie supplémentaire Environnement et Energie
Type de contrat : Individual Contract
Niveau du poste : International Consultant
Langues requises :
Durée prévue de la mission : 30 days, extending over a 9-weeks period
UNDP-GEF’s M&E policy is available on-line at: http://www.undp.org/gef/05/monitoring/policies.html. In accordance with the policy, all projects are encouraged to conduct final evaluations. In addition to providing an independent in-depth review of implementation progress, this type of evaluation is responsive to GEF Council decisions on transparency and better access of information during implementation.

The Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) policy at the project level in UNDP/GEF has four objectives:
  • To monitor and evaluate results and impacts;
  • To provide a basis for decision making on necessary amendments and improvements;
  • To promote accountability for resource use;
  • To document, provide feedback on, and disseminate lessons learned. A mix of tools is used to ensure effective project M&E. These might be applied continuously throughout the lifetime of the project – e.g. periodic monitoring of indicators -, or as specific time-bound exercises such as final reviews, audit reports and independent evaluations.

Final evaluations are intended to identify project results, assess progress regarding final objectives, document lessons learned (including lessons that might improve design and implementation of other UNDP/GEF projects), and to make recommendations regarding specific actions that might be taken to improve final results and products of the project. It is expected to serve as a means of validating or filling the gaps in the initial assessment of relevance, effectiveness and efficiency obtained from monitoring.

The Private Sector Led Development of On-grid Wind Power in Tunisia Project

The Private Sector Led Development of On-grid Wind Power in Tunisia project aims at promoting on-grid wind power in Tunisia through the introduction of the necessary regulatory and institutional framework to create favorable conditions for private sector investors in the renewable energy sector. A secondary objective is to assist the government of Tunisia in launching a program of private wind concessions totaling 100 MW. In order to achieve those objectives, the project strategic framework in the original project document outlined that four outcomes would be achieved: (1)establishing a regulatory and institutional framework that is conducive to on-grid renewables, including a power sector arbitration mechanism; (2),strengthening the technical and organizational capabilities of key stakeholders, including ANME (the RE/EE agency), STEG (the Transmission System Operator) and local Tunisian companies; (3) providing technical assistance to the IPP Bureau in evaluating concession models and developing a tariff settlement mechanism; and (4)providing project monitoring and evaluation support.

It is a $2 million project funded by the global environment Facility (GEF), the United Nations Development Programme (UNDP) and the Government of Tunisia: cash and in-kind contributions.

The National Agency for Energy Conservation (ANME) is the executing Agency. A Steering Committee (SC) was created upon signature of the project document. The terms of reference (TOR) for the SC were drafted and the first meeting was held in July 2009. Furthermore, a round table conference was organized in December 2009, where all the stakeholders were actively involved. They expressed their needs for capacity building and also gave recommendations related to the project outcomes in order to ensure its success. In addition, based on the steering committee recommendation, the situation analysis of the project was updated and disseminated to the steering committee members, in order to take into account all the measures adopted by Tunisian Government regarding renewable energy since the approval of the project by the GEF in 2007.

The project document was signed in July 2009 for an initial duration of three years. And The Project Management Unit (PMU) started working officially in February 2010. The project was extended until December 2013 further to the mid-term evaluation. The operational extension extended until September 2014 in order to finalize on-going activities in order to disseminate the project results, and conduct the final evaluation.

Devoirs et responsabilités
The scope of the evaluation will cover:
  • All components of GEF-funded project;
  • The co-financed components, such as the UNDP TRAC, Government cost-sharing fund, and the in-kind contributions from the government, which have been included in the project document;
  • The final lessons-learned and achievements with regards to project design, implementation and management;
  • The final evaluation will cover the following aspects:
  • Progress towards results;
  • Project’s Adaptive Management Framework.
For detailed information, please refer to Annex 1- Terms of References.


Corporate Competencies:
  • Demonstrates integrity by modeling the UN’s values and ethical standards;
  • Promotes the vision, mission, and strategic goals of UNDP;
  • Displays cultural, gender, religion, race, nationality and age sensitivity and adaptability;
  • Treats all people fairly without favoritism.
Functional Competencies:
  • The consultant is required to combine international project evaluation expertise (ideally in the specific context of GEF and UNDP projects), the latest thinking in knowledge and management of renewable energies projects, and ideally knowledge of the Tunisian energy/regulatory context;
  • Recent knowledge of the GEF Monitoring and Evaluation Policy;
  • Recent knowledge of UNDP’s results-based evaluation policies and procedures;
  • Competence in renewable energies especially wind energy;
  • Demonstrable analytical skills;
  • Expertise in Climate Change, Energy Management and Renewable Energy;
  • Strong communication and interpersonal skills, ability to foster networks and partnerships;
  • Demonstrates openness to change and ability to manage complexities;
  • Excellent organizational skills and ability to work effectively in teams, delivering through and with others;
  • Self-management, including conflict management/negotiating skills.


Qualifications et expériences requises
  • Post-graduate degree in energy, engineering, environmental science, economics or similar.
  • At least 7 years of progressively responsible professional experience in the field of CC mitigation and R
  • Recent experience with result-based management evaluation;
  • Experience applying SMART indicators and reconstructing or validating baseline scenarios;
  • Experience undertaking GEF or other donor evaluations or Final Reviews, particulary in the Arab region.
  • Fluent in French and English.


Le PNUD s’engage à recruter un personnel divers en termes de genre, de nationalité et de culture. Nous encourageons de même les personnes issues des minorités ethniques, des communautés autochtones ou handicapées à postuler. Toutes les candidatures seront traitées dans la plus stricte confidentialité.

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