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Consultant for Regional-level Midterm Evaluation (GRAISEA) Phase 2

Terms of Reference for the regional-level midterm evaluation of

Gender Transformative & Responsible Agribusiness Investments in South East Asia (GRAISEA) Phase 2


Name of programme

Gender Transformative & Responsible Agribusiness Investments in South East Asia Phase 2 (GRAISEA 2)


Name of organisation

Oxfam affiliates Oxfam GB (lead), Oxfam Novib, Oxfam US and Oxfam Sweden

Contact person

SOHAIL AZIZ KORAI, Operational Programme Manager

MOE IP, MEL Specialist


In cooperation with the


Regional partners:

Asian Seafood Improvement Collaborative (ASIC)

Business & Human Rights Resource Centre (BHRRC)


Institute of Social Entrepreneurship in Asia (ISEA)

Philippine Women’s Economic Network (PhilWEN)

Weaving Women's Voices in ASEAN (WEAVE)


National partners in Cambodia, Indonesia, Pakistan and Philippines, Vietnam


Pakistan, ASEAN regional bodies and 4 of its member countries: Cambodia, Indonesia, Philippines, Vietnam


Major funder:

The Embassy of Sweden in Bangkok


Co-finance Private Sector:





Axfood & Axfoundation


Ut Xi Company

South Vina Shrimp Joint Stock Company

Minh Phu Joint Stock Company


Bo De company

Hong Tan Food

Lotus Rice


01.08.2018 –31.07.2021 (total of 36 months)
*with a potential extension of 2 years until 31.07.2023





The GRAISEA 2 Programme (1 Aug 2018 – 31 July 2021) is a joint initiative led by Oxfam GB, Oxfam Novib, Oxfam US and Oxfam Sweden, with a total budget of USD 9.7 million. The programme operates at regional level and in four countries in the Southeast Asia (Cambodia, Indonesia, Vietnam and Philippines) and Pakistan.

Drawing on progress and lessons from the first phase, GRAISEA 2 aims to transform opportunities for marginalised women and men in the agriculture sector in Asia by acting as a catalyst for the emergence of inclusive value chains and responsible business practices that respect human rights and drive women’s economic empowerment and climate resilience.

With a potential extension of the programme for two years until 31 July 2023, the GRAISEA Programme Management Unit (PMU), with country teams, regional partners and Oxfam advisors are planning an external midterm evaluation, which will include four country-level evaluations in Cambodia, Indonesia, Vietnam and Pakistan and a regional-level evaluation.


The purposes


  1. To strengthen, validate and analyse evidence collected in the Midline Outcome Report produced by Oxfam and partners for Result 2 and Result 3;
  2. To review results achieved so far and how the programme contributed to changes at national and regional levels;
  3. To facilitate learning for better programming and make recommendations for the next phase of the programme.

The results achieved among market actors (Result 2) and government policies at national and regional levels (Result 3) will be the focus of the evaluation (as framed in yellow in below Figure 1: GRAISEA 2 Result Framework). The evaluation will also look at whether and how the changes in market actors (Result 2) has brought about changes among smallholder farmers (Result 1).

The midterm evaluation will be split into two parts –





Budget & Management


Part 1

Country-level evaluations by consultants in Cambodia, Indonesia, Pakistan and Vietnam respectively

At country level:

Outcome 2.1

Outcome 2.2

Outcome 2.3

Outcome 3.1

Oxfam Country teams

March to May 2021

Part 2

Regional-level evaluation by an international/ regional consultant or consultancy team

At regional and global levels:

Outcome 2.1

Outcome 2.3

Outcome 3.2

+ Outcome 3.1 in the Philippines

+ synthesis of all country-level evaluations

Programme PMU

March to June 2021


This Terms of Reference (ToR) focuses on the regional-level evaluation (Part 2). The PMU is recruiting an evaluation and learning consultant (or team) to lead the regional-level evaluation, which will include design of data collection tools (for both regional-level and country-level evaluations – the data collection tools for the country-level evaluations will be for the use of the four country-level consultants managed by Oxfam), data collection in the Philippines and ASEAN bodies, with the regional partners, regional and global MSIs and private sector the programme engaged,  and production of a final report to be presented to the PMU and main stakeholders.




While the different outcome and result areas of the programme are interlinked, the regional-level evaluation will focus on



Implementing Partner(s) if any

Result 2

Outcome 2.1

Regional and global private sector engagement for inclusive business in the agriculture sector

  • CSR Asia (CSRA)
  • Asian Seafood Improvement Collaborative (ASIC)

Outcome 2.3

Regional and global MSIs engagement (i.e., Sustainable Rice Platform (SRP) and ASIC)

  • ASIC

Result 3

Outcome 3.1

National policy engagement on Business and Human Right and Inclusive Business in the Philippines

  • The Initiatives for Dialogue and Empowerment through Alternative Legal Services (IDEALS)

Outcome 3.2

Regional policy engagement on Business and Human Rights, Inclusive Business and Women Economic Empowerment (WEE) in The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN)

  • Business & Human Rights Resource Centre (BHRRC)
  • Institute of Social Entrepreneurship in Asia (ISEA)
  • Philippine Women’s Economic Network (PhilWEN)
  • Weaving Women's Voices in ASEAN (WEAVE)

Result 1, 2, 3

Synthesis of all country-level evaluations, drawing conclusions on the results achieved among market actors (Result 2) and government policies and frameworks at national and regional levels (Result 3), and whether and how the changes in market actors (Result 2) has brought about changes among smallholder farmers (Result 1)



[1] Refer to Figure 1: GRAISEA 2 Result Framework for the impact, result and outcome statements

Figure 1: GRAISEA 2 Result Framework




The assignment for the regional consultant(s)/ consultancy team will include design of data collection methods and tools, data collection in the Philippines and via online channels and production of a final report. The consultant will also be responsible for synthesizing the findings from the four country-level evaluations in the final report of the regional-level evaluation.

The assignment is expected to take a maximum of 40 days spread within a period of 14 weeks although payment is based on deliverables not number of days. It will commence in early to mid-March 2021, with data collection likely to take place in April and a final report to be presented in June 2021.

The consultant(s)/ consultancy team will be required to conduct the activities described below and will report directly to the evaluation management team in the PMU:

  • Conduct a comprehensive review of programme documentation to understand the scope of the programme, identify key stakeholders for scope of evaluation and for the broad system and map secondary data sources and gaps;
  • Design data collection methods and tools for both regional-level and country-level evaluations, based on local context, the secondary data and evaluation questions identified;
  • Present the findings of the programme documentation review and data collection strategy with detailed timeframe for the evaluation, finalised data collection tools, list of stakeholders that will be involved in data collection, and draft proposal for the evaluation learning exercise in the form of inception report no more than 8 pages;
  • Organise the logistical arrangements necessary to carry out field work[5], including transport and accommodation for consultants and enumerators, as necessary. Proposals should outline where Oxfam should support on this, and the budget provided must include these costs.
  • After feedback on the inception report, conduct data collection by telephone, online, face- to-face or further documentation review, according to the data collection strategy, with partner organisations’ representatives, private sector’s representatives, governments’’ representatives, Oxfam staff, women and men smallholder farmers and other actors in the system involved in the GRAISEA programme;
  • The consultants for regional-level evaluation will be also responsible for liaising with the country consultants responsible for the country-level evaluations, to incorporate the findings and learning into the Regional-level evaluation findings;
  • Submit draft report for feedback from the evaluation management team;
  • Based on the feedback from the evaluation management team, re-assess findings and, if necessary, conduct additional data collection to fill any outstanding information gaps;
  • Present a final evaluation report that effectively documents the main findings referring to the evaluation questions and indicators, and propose recommendations based on them, with focus on improving programme design and implementation;
  • Design and deliver an online reflection and learning workshop for the programme team based on the evaluation findings and recommendations;
  • Attend weekly brief evaluation management check-ins online with the evaluation management team to follow-up on data collection schedules and ongoing problem-solving support.

[5] If covid restrictions in countries allow field work, if not, remote data collection via online or telephone or local partners will be arranged.



Expected Date for regional-level evaluation[6]


Payment (%)

3rd week of March 2021

Inception report with data collection strategy & tools


4th week of May 2021

Draft evaluation report


2nd week of June 2021

Final evaluation report


2nd week of June 2021

Reflection and learning workshop





The successful candidate/ team will be selected based on the following criteria:

  • Demonstrable experience of producing high-quality, credible evaluations (samples required upon request at interview stage);
  • Demonstrable experience (at least 10 years) working with/evaluating private sector development and/or regional policy influencing work in South East Asia, especially in ASEAN countries;
  • Demonstrable experience (at least 8 years) of evaluating or supporting gender transformative programmes, especially in women's economic empowerment;
  • Proven experience evaluating large-scale multi-country programmes;
  • Fluency in English and relevant local language.
  • Excellent writing and verbal communication skills in English and ability to write concise, readable and analytical reports.




Please indicate your proposed budget, including VAT, for the regional-level evaluation in the proposal. This budget should include the consultant’s fee and taxes, any travel and expenses that might be required for data collection and any costs related to telephone or skype use, transcriptions, software licenses and office materials.


[6] Exact dates to be defined with the consultant(s) (or team) in contract signing and preparation phase




A CV of the consultant(s) and a one-page expression of interest detailing relevant experience and how you meet the selection criteria should be submitted to  HR ( ) by 3 March 2021. Submissions should also present a 2-3 pager technical proposal, including the proposed budget detailing daily rate, main foreseen expenses, and VAT.


Interviews will be conducted online, the date is to be confirmed.


For full TOR, please refer to the link below: 2_Regional-level Midterm Evaluation_ToR.pdf


Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.


We are committed to ensuring diversity and gender equality within our organization regardless race, national origin, religious beliefs, sexual diversity, gender identity, sexual orientation, age, marital status or disability.

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