Energising Development (EnDev) promotes sustainable access to modern energy services – electricity and cooking – for households, social institutions and micro-, small and medium-sized enterprises in developing countries in Sub-Sahara Africa, Asia and Latin America. EnDev is a multi-donor multi implementer partnership financed and governed by the governments of the Netherlands, Germany, Norway, the United Kingdom and Switzerland, with financing of diverse bilateral donors and EU at country level interventions.
In 2019-2020 EnDev is phasing out activities in several of its project countries. In order to assess the sustainability of its interventions, EnDev commissions for each Phase Out Country (POC) project both an exit study (this assignment) and a post-project evaluation in two years. The exit study serves as a baseline for the post-project evaluation (2021-2022) to reassess sector development and the sustainability and impact of the EnDev interventions. The purpose of the assignment is to evaluate the EnDev-ID electrification interventions on the energy sector, post-implementation and according to the OECD-DAC criteria with a focus on sustainability and impact.
For the assignment, the services we provided were including development of Evaluation Matrix based in the OECD-DAC criteria and EnDev Results-Based Management (RBM) methodology, desk review of documents, stakeholder mapping and Interviews, development of baseline for post-project evaluation, evaluation report, summary report and PPT for knowledge sharing and training.