End-Line Evaluation Survey Consultant at the National Agency for the Control of AIDS (NACA)

The National Agency for the Control of AIDS (NACA) (formerly National Action Committee on AIDS) was established in February 2000 to coordinate the various activities of HIV/AIDS in the country.

We are recruiting to fill the position below:

Job Title: End-Line Evaluation Survey Consultant

Location: Nasarawa
Employment Type: Contract
Duration of Contract: 20 days
Reports to: The PCU coordinator


  • Health indicators in Nigeria remain poor, hence the National Council on Health (NCH) resolved and recommended five years Strategic Health Development Plan (SHDP) as an approach towards tracking and improving the entire country’s health indices and outcomes, as part of the Government’s overall strategy for development of the health sector.
  • Sequel to the above, the Federal Ministry of Health, in collaboration with State Ministries of Health, FCT Health & Human Services Secretariat (FCT-HHSS), and other stakeholders developed the second National Strategic Health Development Plan (NSHDP-II) 2018-2022.
  • This Plan, which is the operational framework to the National Health Policy, is the guide to planning and implementation of health activities at the national and sub-national levels.
  • Federal Departments, Agencies, and Parastatals (DAPs) as well as State Ministries of Health (including FCT-HSS) and their DAPs are to develop their Annual Operational Plans (AOPs) with respect to the NSHDP-II.
  • The Nasarawa State Ministry of Health through the RSSH II project with support from Global Fund and NACA is to conduct the Joint Annual Review (JAR) and Mid-Term Review (MTR) of NSHDP-II to assess/track the progress of implementation of the NSHDP-II against set milestones and targets for 2018-2022, identify key bottlenecks/challenges in the implementation, document best practices, and provide information for necessary decision making.
  • The findings are to also generate evidence towards improving health sector performance.

Goal and Objectives
The objectives of the End-line evaluation/assessment survey of the SSHDP II in Nasarawa State are outlined as follows:

  • To evaluate/assess the plan against the SSHDP II criteria in Nasarawa State and provide a narrative summary against each one and a score indicating the extent to which the plan has met each criteria;
  • To measure the outcome/impact indicators and the corresponding output as stated in the project results framework of the SSHDP II that are relevant to Nasarawa State;
  • Determine the level of progress made in the plan implementation based on the needs assessment outcomes;
  • Evaluate/assess the SSHDP II impact (both positive and negative) on cross cutting activities: PSM, HMIS, Laboratories and other ATM-related services in Nasarawa State
  • To juxtapose policy briefs with planned output/impact to measure the extent of conformity of implementation to designs and guides

Scope of Work
The end-line evaluation/assessment survey is expected to be carried out within the context of the following criteria: relevance, effectiveness, efficiency, impact, and sustainability. The evaluator shall examine the following detailed activities within the context of the stated criteria:


  • Did the planned targeted intervention activities address the prioritized needs based on the SSHDP II designs in Nasarawa State?
  • Were there adaptations in implementation plan/road map due to changing context in the core areas of the SSHDP II in Nasarawa State?

Effectiveness (project management arrangement):

  • Based on project monitoring data and achievement of indicator targets, to what extent has each of the expected planned -outcomes and their related outputs been achieved according to the work plan?
  • How adequate is the management and monitoring arrangement of the SSHDP II?
  • How have the various roles and responsibilities been able to collaborate and work together? Is there a clear understanding of roles and responsibilities by all parties involved?
  • How effectively has the management and relevant stakeholders monitored SSHDP II performance and results?
  • What has been the level of administrative, technical and policy support from the PCU?
  • How effective is the SSHDP II monitoring system put in place? Is relevant information and data systematically collected and collated?


  • How efficiently have resources such as human resources, time, expertise, funds etc. been allocated and used to provide the necessary support and to achieve the broader SSHDP II
  • objectives?
  • To what extent are the SSHDP II activities carried out in consonance with the work plan as approved by the relevant authorities?
  • To what extent are the disbursements and SSHDP II expenditures in line with expected budgetary plans for the core areas of RSSH (PSM, HMIS, laboratories, etc.) in Nasarawa State?


  • How has this SSHDP II applied the RSSH project design principles? Especially the key targeted intervention activities around the RSSH core areas (PSM, HMIS, Laboratories, etc.)
  • What are the obvious and direct benefits that have accrued to the core areas of the RSSH (PSM, HMIS, Laboratories, etc.) from the SSHDP II activities?
  •  How have the SSHDP II activities implemented changed the functionality, operational procedures and speed, ease of access, proficiency, and other performance and operational indicators in the core areas of RSSH in Nasarawa State?
  • How have the SSHDP II activities implemented created the incentives/need for human resource and operational capacity building in the core areas of RSSH in Nasarawa State?
  • To what extent has the SSHDP II led to practice and behavioural change in the core areas of RSSH in Nasarawa State?
  • What impact has the SSHDP II had on Professional and Non-professional personnel involved in the core areas of RSSH in Nasarawa State?


  • How has the SSHDP II targeted intervention activities implemented empowered key staff and other health workers in the core areas of the RSSH in Nasarawa State?
  • How have the SSHDP II activities implemented helped to support lasting impact on the community of users of the services provided in the core areas of the RSSH with special reference to new equipment introduced/refurbished, current software/technologies deployed?
  • How were local stakeholders in the core areas of SSHDP II in Nasarawa State carried along throughout the project activities cycle?
  • How sustainable are the benefits of the implemented targeted intervention activities of the SSHDP II in the core areas of the RSSH in Nasarawa State?
  • What are the steps to be taken to enhance the sustainability of the impact of the SSHDP II in the core areas in Nasarawa State?

Terms of Reference for the consultant:

  • Develop and finalize detailed proposed evaluation approach, methodology, sampling techniques, data collection tools and report writing format, work plan/timeline and key team members to be used in the evaluation survey. Provide overall leadership and technical support throughout the evaluation process (planning, data collection and analysis, synthesis of finding, recommendation and report writing)
  • Facilitate meeting of the key stakeholders related to the evaluation.
  • Present findings and recommendations for discussion and validation at a stakeholders’ validation meeting
  • Develop report containing finding, recommendations and priorities for the national response.
  • Use inputs from the stakeholder’s validation meeting to develop a final, clear and concise report that will form the consolidated report.
  • Submit a process report on the consultancy highlighting achievements, lessons learned, challenges and recommendations for future exercises.


  • A detailed report of the findings of the evaluation survey of the core areas of SSHDP II in Nasarawa State using the prioritized areas for intervention as the bench mark (hard and electronic copies)
  • The report should contain a comprehensive methodology used for the survey with special attention paid to the details of data collection instruments/tools of analysis used, sampling method applied (where
  • necessary)
  • A detailed results framework with end-line evaluation data entered in the relevant sections showing each indicator of impact, outcome and output
  • An inception report that explain the understanding of the terms of reference (TORs), and objectives
  • Data files of the statistical analysis and infographics shared in a retrievable electronic form.

Qualifications / Relevant Experience
The end-line evaluation consultant shall possess the listed qualifications and have the relevant experience summarized below:

  • Master’s in Public Health, Social sciences, Statistics or any relevant field 10 years of applied experience in quantitative and qualitative research skills and design, monitoring and evaluation (applicants should provide a copy of baseline / evaluation reports carried out previously)
  • Proficiency in statistical software applications with proven skills in infographics design
  • Strong background in participatory designs, evaluation methodologies and knowledge of evaluation results frameworks
  • Excellent communication, writing and analytical skills
  • Experience in working on international donor-funded programs is added advantage.

MUST possess:

  • Strong skills in using word processing, spreadsheet, database and presentation software (Microsoft Office applications preferred), capacity to present data using current infographics
  • Experience using web-based applications (email, browsing, and literature retrieval).

Application Closing Date
26th April, 2023 (12 Noon).

How to Apply
Interested and qualified candidates should send their detailed Proposals with requested documents to the address below:
Attention: Head Procurement,
National Agency for the Control of AIDS (NACA),
Ground Floor Room 1.08,
No. 3 Zinguinchor Street, Beside AEDC Office,
Wuse Zone 4,
Abuja, Nigeria.

Send soft copies to: procurement@naca.gov.ng using the Title as the subject of the mail.

Click here to download the RFP

While submitting the Technical Proposal, the Applicant shall, in particular, ensure to attach the following:

  • Profile of the consultant (max 1 page) explaining why they are the most suitable for the work.
  • Copies of all certificates for all qualifications indicated in the CV.
  • Relevant Experience (max 2 page) and relevant supporting document.
  • Detailed methodology and conceptual framework with expected deliverables and timelines, man days required (3 – 5 pages).
  • Recent CV
  • Candidates are expected to bid for only one position.

Details for Submission and Opening of Documents

  • The detailed Proposal must be in English Language and submitted in two (2) hard copies each (one original & One copy) of the requested documents and proposal. The documents shall then be enclosed and sealed in one (1) single outer envelope, and clearly marked at the topmost right corner “Engagement of Consultant for CSS (State the position of application)” and the Name, Address, Email and Phone Number of the Consultant boldly written at the back of the envelopewith acknowledgement to NACA office at the address above.
  • The submission(s) received will be opened immediately after closing at NACA Conference Room in the presence of consultants that choose to attend.

Global Fund Code of Conduct

Notes / Disclaimer

  • Late submissions will not be accepted.
  • NACA shall verify any or all documents and claims made by applicants and will disqualify consultants with falsified documents and claims.
  • If it is determined that submitted documents and claims have been falsified, the consultant may face prosecution in a court of Law.
  • NACA shall not be held responsible for any disqualified proposal as a result of any omission or deletion relating to the submission guidelines.
  • This advertisement shall not be construe a contract to any Consultant, nor shall it entitle any Consultant submitting documents to claim any indemnity from NACA.
  • NACA is not bound to shortlist any Consultant, and reserves the right to annul the bidding process at any time without incurring any liabilities or providing reason.
  • Candidiate who apply for more than one position will be disqualifid.
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