3ie has awarded one proposal preparation grant for the impact evaluation of the cash versus e-vouchers (electronic vouchers) pilot programme for Syrian refugees in Jordan and Lebanon implemented by the World Food Programme.
This is the second call for proposals under 3ie’s Humanitarian Assistance Thematic Window. The first call was for impact evaluation of humanitarian assistance interventions in the Democratic Republic of Congo.
The World Food Programme plans to undertake a pilot project comparing the provision of food assistance through cash transfers and e-vouchers in Jordan and Lebanon. The impact evaluation designs will compare households that received voucher assistance with those that received cash through the pilot project as well as those that have the choice to access the assistance through either.
For more information, please read the
Request for Qualifications (RFQ) (407.0 KB)
This call is now closed. The deadline for this Request for Qualifications was 27 June 2014.
For a list of all relevant documents needed for the application process, please click here.
For questions related to this request for qualifications, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with the subject line ‘Jordan and Lebanon PG’.
The deadline for questions for this request for qualifications was 16 June. The answers to the questions 3ie received is available on this Q&A document (61.2 KB)
At a glance
- 3ie will fund one proposal preparation grant.
- Only research or evaluation institutes or consortia can apply for this grant. Individuals are not eligible.
- Research teams should preferably include nationals from Jordan or Lebanon but having a lead principal investigator from these countries is not a requirement. Research teams should initiate collaboration with an institution in Jordan and Lebanon prior to engaging in substantive evaluation design.
- This call is in two phases. In the first phase, a proposal preparation grant will be awarded.
- Proposals received in the first phase will be reviewed and scored according to 3ie’s selection criteria and will be considered for evaluation grant in the second phase.
- In this first phase, the maximum budget for the proposal preparation is US$20,000.
- In the second phase, the selected research team will be expected to submit a budget to carry out the impact evaluation.
How to apply
For instructions on how to apply, please read the Request for Qualifications and visit the How to Apply page for downloading the requisite documents for your application.
Support for the Jordan and Lebanon Humanitarian Assistance Thematic Window
This call for proposals is funded by the World Food Programme.