Call for consultancy: Assessing the impact of AmplifyChange grants and associated support in Zimbabwe 

Consultant – AmplifyChange

Contract Start Date: January 2024 (exact date to be agreed)
Contract Duration: estimated 8 weeks


AmplifyChange is an independent, not-for-profit grant-making organisation that supports local civil society organisations to advocate for sexual and reproductive health and rights (SRHR). Through a range of grants, AmplifyChange seeks to make substantive changes to sexual and reproductive health and rights whilst simultaneously strengthening civil society movements. The majority of AmplifyChange grants are implemented in Sub-Saharan Africa and South Asia.

While monitoring and evaluation of AmplifyChange grants takes place on an ongoing basis, there is a need and desire to periodically assess impact across grants, grantee partners, issues, and geographies. AmplifyChange engages its staff and, at times, consultants, to undertake such assessments. Examples, including a recently published study of impacts across grantees and countries, can be found on our Impact page and more information about the organisation and its work can be found on our website.

About the role

AmplifyChange seeks a locally based consultant (or a team of consultants) to assess how AmplifyChange funding and support for grantee partners (from 2015 to 2023) in Zimbabwe have impacted the ability of these organisations to succeed in their work to advance access to safe abortion in Zimbabwe. It is estimated that approximately 10 AmplifyChange grantee partners will participate in the assessment (the final number is to be confirmed).

AmplifyChange is interested in understanding the broader environment and changes regarding abortion in Zimbabwe over the past decade, and, to the extent feasible, the role that its grantee partners may have had in producing or contributing to these changes, i.e., causal attribution. As such, the assessment will consider the impacts AmplifyChange funding and support have had on: 

  • grantee partner organisational capacities and institutional strengthening;
  • impacts at the level of individuals and communities;
  • relevant SRHR policies and services; and
  • broader SRHR movements. 

How to apply:

Please view the full Terms of Reference.

Please submit your proposal by email to by 5:00PM/17:00 GMT on 8th December 2023. Please include the following documents/statements:

  • Overview of relevant experience (maximum 2 pages) 
  • Description of proposed methodology and approach, including risk analysis and ethical review board approval (or exemption) maximum 3 pages  
  • Proposed Team Composition (including CVs) 
  • Budget breakdown, including  daily rates in GBP, proposed level of effort, and anticipated expenses 

AmplifyChange is an equal opportunities employer. We are committed to safeguarding and promoting the welfare of vulnerable children and adults. All our employees and consultants are expected to share this commitment and abide by our Code of Ethics at all times.