The global objective of this assignment is to make an overall independent assessment (quantitative and qualitative) of the activities carried out since the beginning of the project and identify problems (technical and/or managerial) encountered by the project, proposing practical recommendations to overcome them. Specifically, NTU will: undertake a quantitative and qualitative assessment of the work carried out since the beginning of the project. assess the project’s ability to achieve the intended targets and results using the logical framework approach based on the project’s intended targets and expected results as contained in the Application for Non-State actors. assess the perception of the project’s results and achievements by the beneficiaries, local authorities and other project stakeholders using participatory approaches. assess the sustainability of the project’s outcomes with specific attention to BWB and LWB finances and development plan, socio-economic viability; ownership by beneficiaries of program objective and achievement; appropriateness of construction design (latrines, treatment plant, etc); the institutional strengthening of LWB and BWB in terms of implementation and maintenance. identify and describe the technical, managerial or otherwise problems, encountered in the implementation of the project and propose possible measures to address them. propose possible change in line with the main objectives of the project and in the light of its current timeframe and budget and/or (if necessary) of a different one. assess the organization, management and follow-up of the programmes activities, as well as the management of budget, human resources, and relations with stakeholders. assess the appropriateness of human resources deployed by all project project partners (BWB, LWB, PSSC, Water for People, WaterAid).