The Joint Programming Initiative a Healthy Diet for a Healthy Life was established almost 10 years ago. This means it is time to evaluate the impact the JPI HDHL has had so far; have the objectives of the different Implementation Plans of JPI HDHL been fulfilled? Which effects has the JPI HDHL had on the scientific community, research programming, and research policy? To carry out this task, we are looking for an external evaluator.
The selected evaluator will have to understand the objectives of the JPI HDHL, familiarize themselves with the available data and develop the methodology to evaluate the impact of the JPI HDHL. The deadline for finalization of all deliverables is August 2020. Contracting will take place via JPI HDHL partner the French National Research Agency (ANR). More information about the assignment and how to apply can be found on: https://www.achatpublic.com/sdm/ent/gen/ent_detail.do?PCSLID=CSL_2019_7bwbLDY_gw&v=1&selected=0Please note that this is the central French submission system for public tenders and that it is only available in French. We have therefore developed an English instruction to use the system for non-french interested parties. The deadline to submit tenders is November 19 at 12.00 (Paris time). Unfortunately, it is mandatory under French law that proposals in a different language than French are accompanied by an authorized French translation of the proposal. If this poses problems for you, do not hesitate to contact us via email@example.com and we will try to provide assistance. You can of course contact us in case of any other questions too.
JPI HDHL is a country driven initiative, established in 2010, that operates in the research domains of food, nutrition, health and physical activity. In the JPI HDHL, 26 countries from within and outside of Europe are working on a programmed approach to align national R&I strategies and to fund new research, in order to improve the impact of R&I and facilitate true understanding of the relationship between diet, physical activity and health, with the aim of preventing or minimising diet-related chronic diseases.