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Landell Mills successfully bids to become a supplier of Evaluations for the United Nations Children's Fund (UNICEF)

News 29.03.23

Landell Mills’ Monitoring, Evaluation and Learning (MEL) Division is delighted to announce its success in bidding for a Long-Term Arrangement (LTA) for the provision of consultancy services in conducting a range of evaluations for UNICEF. The evaluations will fall under three categories:

  • Country Programme Evaluations
  • Thematic Evaluations
  • Impact Evaluations

For over 70 years, UNICEF has been working in 190 countries and territories to “save children’s lives, defend their rights, and help them fulfil their potential”. UNICEF works with the governments, civil society organisations, and other partners within a country to develop and support programmes of cooperation to facilitate the achievement of child-related national goals. These programmes of cooperation, referred to as Country Programmes, are linked to national goals and priorities, international goals and commitments, priorities for United Nations (UN) cooperation, and UNICEF’s mandate.

UNICEF has business units at four levels: global level (with headquarters units in New York, Copenhagen, Tokyo, and other locations); regional level (comprising 7 regional offices); country level (comprising 130+ country offices); and sub-national level (field offices). Units from any of these levels may contract Landell Mills for evaluation services under the LTA.

Landell Mills will be eligible to bid for evaluations for UNICEF at global/UNICEF headquarters level, as well as across the geographic regions of:

  • Europe and Central Asia
  • Eastern and Southern Africa
  • Latin America and the Caribbean
  • Middle East and North Africa
  • West and Central Africa

This new LTA builds on our experience as a provider of evaluation services to UN agencies through our LTA with the UN World Food Programme. It also builds on our previous experience of project implementation for UNICEF in Sudan, through the Creative Strategy and product development for Essential Family Practices (EFP) Communication for Development (C4D) programme.

We are currently seeking CVs from Evaluation Experts interested in joining our pool of expertise for this UNICEF LTA. For more information, please see the Call for Experts or contact