Monitoring & Evaluation

Executive Summary

The Pacific Islands Oceanic Fishery Management Project (OFMP) has run from 2005 to 2011, and is focused on strengthening management of the tuna fisheries of the Western and Central Pacific, and through this impacting positively on the environmental characteristics of the West Pacific Warm Pool Large Marine Ecosystem. The project seeks to achieve its governance and environmental objectives through the development and strengthening of regional and national institutions and associated capacities.

Quarterly Reports

UNDP-Fiji Multi Country Office is planning to carry out a Mid-term Evaluation (MTE) of the Pacific Islands Oceanic Fisheries Management (PIOFM) Project, executed by the Pacific Islands Forum Fisheries Agency (FFA). The evaluation aims to provide an assessment of the progress made towards the project’s objectives and outputs. It should also identity strengths and weaknesses and provide an evaluation of the implementation and management of the project by identifying factors that have facilitated or impeded the achievements of the project objectives and outputs.

Short-term Consultant Required
Expressions of interest are welcomed for work relating to a Baseline Study for the Pacific Islands Oceanic Fisheries Management Project (OFM Project). Detailed terms of reference are provided in the attachment Baseline Study TOR.pdf

Minimum Requirements
Interested individual consultants and consulting companies are invited to submit bids which should include:

This lists information and documents relating to the Regional Steering Committee in 2011

The approach to monitoring and evaluation set out in Section J of the project document will be applied in accordance with GEF and UNDP requirements. In addition, monitoring and evaluation will include a post-evaluation in the third year after the completion of the Project and annual external reviews.