EBA hereby invites proposals for an evaluation of Sida’s efforts to reduce corruption in partner countries. The aim of the evaluation is to explore and assess Sida’s work against corruption as a development obstacle. More specifically, the evaluation will study the extent to which Sida’s efforts to contribute to the reduction of corruption in partner countries are in line with current knowledge about effective approaches to anti-corruption. It will also assess the relevance, coherence, and expected impact of Sida’s work.
The evaluation shall include three main components:
- A mapping of evidence, derived from research and evaluations, of what approaches, methods, and interventions are considered effective in contributing to reduced corruption in partner countries.
- An in-depth overview and analysis of Sida’s overall approach, theory/ies of change, specific methods, and portfolio pertaining to the work against corruption as a development obstacle in partner countries.
- Country studies mapping overall aid portfolios and assessing the relevance, coherence, and expected impact of the (direct as well as integrated) work against corruption as a development obstacle in specific country settings.
All suppliers have the right to apply to submit tenders (expression of interest). EBA will invite five suppliers to submit tenders. Applications to submit tenders shall be registered at the tender portal Kommers Annons eLite no later than 25 May 2022. In the second stage elected suppliers are invited to submit a full proposal. The proposal shall be registered at the tender portal Kommers Annons eLite, no later than 7 September 2022.