Oxfam in Vietnam in partnership with International Collaborating Centre for Aquaculture and Fisheries Sustainability (ICAFIS), Research Center for Non-Timber Forest Products (NTFPRC), Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry (VCCI) implements the 4-year project named: “Inclusive and Sustainable Clam and Bamboo Value Chain Development in Vietnam” (SCBV) which is funded by the European Union during the period of 2018 - 2022. The Project will focus mainly on the 5 provinces: Tien Giang, Ben Tre, Tra Vinh (clam value chain) and Thanh Hoa & Nghe An (bamboo value chain). The project contributes to reducing poverty and inequality in rural areas of Vietnam through facilitating the adoption and practice of sustainable standards by clam and bamboo producers and processors; improving access to market and finance as well as production efficiency; empowering small-scale producers and working with public-private alliances for good value chain governance.

In accordance with the project work-plan, an annual monitoring by the end of year 3-early year 4 is expected to be conducted by external MEL consultants to monitor the Action impacts against methodology and indicators. Therefore, this TOR is developed for the short-term mandate of MEL expert(s) to work with Oxfam MEL specialist to support the SCBV project in “Implement data verification and review of MEL system - assess the output/outcome indicators and fed them into the database” in April-May 2021.

For further details, please refer to the attached TOR.

The Proposal should be specified in terms of: 

  • Introduction of the Consultants’ profile and related experience (CVs);
  • Technical proposal achieving all expected objectives within mentioned timeframe (including framework, team structure, implementation plan…); 
  • Financial proposal that specifies number of working days required and consultancy rate;

The Proposal should be submitted in English by email with subject mentioning “Clam&Bamboo – MEL system implementation” to
The closing date for application: 23 April 2021.