Duration: Estimated 20 days
Economist/Financing for Development Expert/Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist
USAID Haiti Home Ownership and Mortgage Expansion (HOME) Program
The World Council of Credit Unions (WOCCU), the apex association for global financial cooperatives, seeks qualified candidates to co-create a case study of Pay for Performance (P4P) or Pay for Results as a tool for development, particularly in the affordable housing sector under the USAID Home Ownership and Mortgage Expansion (HOME) program.
The Haiti HOME program works to address barriers to an adequate supply of affordable housing in Haiti, as well as demand challenges linked to the lack of access to housing finance. The HOME Program utilizes Pay for Performance incentives to catalyze private, local capital into commercially driven housing projects that are affordable for low and moderate-income households.
The purpose of this case study is to examine the ability of P4P to catalyze private sector investment to advance development objectives in the affordable housing sector, and to create long-term behavior change of development beneficiaries. This case study will demonstrate the pros and cons of the P4P tool, based on the HOME program experience, and will highlight successes where applying P4P to achieve program goals was determined a more efficient use of project funds than other traditional aid modalities. The case study will serve as a learning document to be shared publicly with partners and stakeholders.
Candidates must submit:
Applications should be submitted by email to [email protected] with the subject line “pay for performance” by the closing date stated above. Should you have any questions, please feel free to contact [email protected]
The Consultant must comply with WOCCU and USAID rules and regulations
This bid solicitation in no way obligates World Council of Credit Unions to award a contract, nor does it commit World Council of Credit Unions to pay any costs incurred in the preparation and submission of the application. World Council of Credit Unions reserves the right to vary any part of this bid solicitation at the time of award if it becomes necessary.