PAWA INITIATIVE is a collaborative arts and culture hub whose vision is ‘Active Citizens Driving Change”. PAWA works in partnership with artistes, awakening in them a socio economic and political consciousness and empowering them to connect their art to the pursuit of a better Kenya.

By harnessing the ‘active art’ produced by the activated artistes, PAWA hopes to ignite social consciousness among the citizens that will drive them (citizens) to be active in governance issues affecting them and demand for positive change in their families, communities and in the society. PAWA achieves this via various programs including master classes for artistes, curation of various forms of artistic expressions, offering space and platforms for showcasing of the arts and networking the artistes with their peers, potential clients and engaging in ‘artivism’ (Arts for Social Justice).

2.Background of Sauti Jasiri project

PAWA has for the last two years 2020-2021 been implementing a high impact integrated arts and advocacy project #SautiJasiri in the informal settlements of Mukuru, Kayole and Dandora. #SautiJasiri project focused on expanding the Human Rights space in the aforementioned settlements, aiming at empowering the duty bearers (citizens) to know and demand for their rights from the right holders (Government Officials). The project deployed three strategies i.e. Public Interest Litigation, Citizen Journalism and Artivism to empower the communities and ultimately contribute to a shifting of the power balance from the right holders to the duty bearers. Project implementation of the various activities and strategies has been concluded amidst challenges like the Covid-19 pandemic which struck just as the project was kicking off a risk/threat that had not been foreseen.


As is common in the development sector PAWA 254 wishes to carry out an end line evaluation of the  #SautiJasiri  project so as to determine to what extent the project was able to achieve the programme goal, objectives and specific outcomes as one way of documenting successes, challenges and learning not only for the project but to act as a repository of knowledge that can be replicated elsewhere in community development.


The main objectives of the End Line Evaluation will be:

  1. To ascertain to what extent the project was able to achieve the programme goal, objectives, outcomes and results expected of the project.
  2. To evaluate the project effectiveness and efficiency in as far as project implementation is concerned.
  • After ascertaining the above issues (project successes and implementation) offer specific recommendations to the project as per the findings of the evaluation.


  • An inception plan clearly indicating activities, timelines and delivery plan.
  • A comprehensive participatory Evaluation Report based on the objectives of the Evaluation in both soft copy and hard copy (Spiral bound).
  • A one-day dissemination workshop for the stakeholders-PAWA INITIATIVE and the participating SJC’s (Kayole, Dandora and Mukuru).


In all matters pertaining this consultancy, the consultant will report to the Programs Manager PAWA254. And/or the Project Officer in charge of the Project should the manager not be available.


 The assignment should be completed within 25 days of contract signing including report preparation.


The fees of this consultancy will be agreed between the two parties before commencement of the consultancy. Administration costs pertaining the consultancy like the dissemination workshop will be borne by PAWA254.


 The successful consultant/firm must at the bare minimum, possess the following skills and experience:

  • An advanced degree in the fields of Social Sciences, Statistics, Demography, Research Methodologies, Development Studies and any other related fields.
  • Knowledge and experience in research and participatory methodologies and approaches such as PRA, situational and problem analysis.
  • Knowledge and experience in working with organized groups and communities living in informal settlements of Nairobi.
  • Excellent knowledge of the Human Rights situation in Kenya and particularly in Nairobi’s informal settlements.
  • Knowledge of community mobilization and development.
  • Experience in data analysis, presentation methods and report writing.
  • Good spoken and written communication skills in English and Kiswahili.


While preparing the Proposal, applicants must include the following:

  • A brief description of the consultancy firm or consultant and an outline of recent experience on assignments of a similar nature.
  • A description of the methodology, financial and technical proposals including work plan for performing the assignment.
  • At least 2 references of similar assignments that the consulting firm or consultant has undertaken in the last 5 years.

Interested qualified consultant(s) firms are requested to submit their proposals to michael@pawa254.org copying finance@pawa254.org  by close of business on 30th December 2021.

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