Landell Mills is looking forward to starting work on the Asian Development Bank (ADB) funded Xinjiang Kelamayi Ecological Forest Infrastructure Project. The project aims to improve water security and climate-resilience in Kelamayi, PRC.Read More
We are seeking CVs from Monitoring and Evaluation experts with experience in the Asian, Middle East and Pacific regions. If you are interested in working with our EU Results-Oriented Monitoring (ROM) team on short-term ROM missions, please send your CV and a brief covering email to our ROM office based in Brussels at RomAsiaPacific@landell-mills.com.
The qualifications required for consultants, which should be clearly indicated in CVs, are as follows:
- At least 10 years of experience in development cooperation or in international cooperation and/or development;
- At least 5 years of experience in project management;
- At least 3 years of experience in results-based approaches, monitoring and/or evaluation;
- At least 3 years of experience in Asia, Middle East and Pacific regions.
Please indicate sectors of experience (and number of years) when submitting CVs.
The Studies and Evaluations division are looking forward to starting work on two new projects. The first is a 2015-2020 external review of Malawi’s Private Sector Development Programme funded by DFID. The project will require periodic reviews and value for money assessments over a three year period, followed by an ex post evaluation two years after completion to review systemic changes brought about by the programme. Landell Mills will manage the project, with inputs from MarketShare Associates and Makana.
The second is a DANIDA funded study of lessons learned from implementing development cooperation in Afghanistan. The six-month project will involve desk-based research, field work and analysis to identify lessons from thirteen years of implementation, evaluation and learning. Findings will be translated into guidance to support and improve future programming.
On 25 April a devastating 7.8 magnitude earthquake struck Nepal. Over 8000 have been confirmed dead and many have been left homeless. Major cities, including the capital Kathmandu, are badly damaged and rural areas have been cut off by avalanches. Aftershocks continue to shake the region and the majority of the population have fled their homes for makeshift shelters.
Landell Mills is currently managing two Asian Development Bank funded projects in Nepal. The first focuses on improving water security and resilience to climate change impact in the Bagmati River Basin. The second is exploring the use of biochar as part of an ecosystems approach for rural sustainable growth. Thankfully none of our Nepal team or their family members were injured in the earthquake.
Landell Mills is donating $1000 to the Disasters Emergency Committee (DEC) which is working to provide, shelter, food and clean water in the immediate aftermath of the earthquake. In the long term DEC will work with both individuals and communities to help them rebuild their lives.
To donate to the DEC Nepal Earthquake Appeal visit: www.dec.org.uk/appeals/nepal-earthquake-appeal
The Indian Ocean Commission (IOC) supported by a Landell Mills team organized a regional workshop for exchanges and training on coral reef monitoring at Albion Fisheries Research Centre, Mauritius, from 24 to 26 February.Read More
We are pleased to announce a new appointment in our Studies and Evaluations Division. Hannah Isaac will be responsible for the management of the Division during the absence of Francesca Guiso Gallisai, who is currently on maternity leave. Hannah, who is also a member of our European Neighbourhood and Middle East Division, joins a busy team of Evaluation Specialists, Eunica Aure and Pablo Uribe, and new Project Executive, Aleksandra Konopka, who are working on monitoring, evaluation and project development contracts for key clients, such as the EU and DFID.
Landell Mills’ Studies and Evaluations Division is pleased to announce its success in bidding to deliver Results-Oriented Monitoring (ROM) services for the EU’s projects and programmes in the Asian, Middle East and Pacific Division (Lot 3). The new contract, worth a total of £3.8 million is being carried out in partnership with Linpico SARL and Proman and will run from January to December 2015, initially, with potential extension up to the end of 2018. We are currently establishing a new office in Brussels, where our ROM team will be located and, to service this contract, are also seeking CVs from Monitoring and Evaluation experts with experience in the region. For more information, please contact HannahI@landell-mills.com.
Under the ADB funded 'Capacity Building for Efficient Utilization of Biomass for Bioenergy & Food Security in the Greater Mekong Sub region', Landell Mills undertook training in Laos on how to enhance biochar through best practice.Read More
The Markets, Enterprise and Trade team is pleased to announce a 12-month extension to the Afghanistan Business Innovation Fund (ABIF), which will focus on offering post-grant support to its grantees.Read More
The Markets, Enterprise and Trade team are pleased to confirm that they were awarded the contract to conduct an Institutional Options Analysis for the next phase of the Afghanistan Rural Enterprise Development Program in Afghanistan and carried this out earlier this year. The contract was with the World Bank and the total contract value was $40,000.Read More
The project ‘Regional Coordination and Support for the EU – Central Asia Enhanced Regional Cooperation on Environment and Water (WECOOP)’ concluded with the 3rd Working Group Meeting, which was held in Almaty on 11th and 12th June.Read More