Asela Kalugampitiya of IOCE presents at EvalConclave Thimpu

 

Asela Kalugampitiya of IOCE presents goals and challenges of Evalgender+ at Thimphu

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ILO is looking for one international evaluator to facilitate the mid-term
internal evaluation (MTIE) of the project “Integrated Programme on Fair
Recruitment (FAIR)” (http://www.ilo.org/global/topics/labour-migration/
projects/WCMS_405819/lang--en/index.htm). The MTIE will take place between
July and August home-based with a 2 days’ workshop in Geneva August 1th-11th
2017 and about 14 working days.

The evaluation purposes are the following:

a. Analyse the implementation strategies regarding their
potential effectiveness in achieving the project outcomes and its
innovative dimension.

b. Review the institutional set-up, capacity for project
implementation, coordination mechanisms and the use and usefulness of
management tools including the project monitoring tools and work plans.

c. Assess the implementation of the project so far, identifying
factors affecting project implementation (positively and negatively). If
necessary, propose revisions to the expected level of achievement of the
objectives.

d. Review the strategies for sustainability

e. Identify the contributions to the ILO FR Initiative.

f. Identify lessons and potential good practices for key
stakeholders.

For this assignment the following requirements are considered:

· Not have worked with the project

· Experience and knowledge in evaluations in the UN system or other
international context as team leader (7 years)

· Extensive experience on facilitating stakeholder meetings,
including workshop process and consensus building skills

· Experience in management and implementation of social development
project and programmes with work at policy level and in multi-sectorial and
multi-partner environment, including networking

· Ability to write concisely in English

· Speaking and written French for interviews will be an asset

Interested candidates should send their CV, two recent references, fee rate
and availability to furman@ilo.org indicating “FAIR MTE” in the email’s
subject line. The deadline to submit expressions of interest for this
evaluation is COB 23 June 2017 ECT.

Thank you and best regards,

Ricardo Furman

ILO Evaluation manager for this evaluation

Certified Professional Development Programme for Gender Trainers.

The UN Women Training Centre offers a Certified Professional Development Programme for Gender Trainers. This certification is a 6-month programme that aims to reposition training for gender equality as a strategy to challenge and engender mainstream development and support the achievement of the Sustainable Development Goals. The programme will be held October 23 2017 - 20 April 2018, and will include two face-to-face workshops in Amsterdam, Netherlands, moderated online sessions and virtual mentoring and networking.  

The deadline to apply is 31 July 2017. Register here (you may wish to open this link in new tab/window)

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Call for Research Proposals: Access to Justice - Violence against Women Consultancy

Womankind Worldwide is requesting proposals for Action Research to carry out a piece of qualitative and quantitative research on Women’s Access to Justice in Zimbabwe.

The research will examine learning from our partner's work - Zimbabwe Women Lawyers Association - and gather further data where gaps appear. The focus of the research is two-fold; it will enhance programming on access to justice for ZWLA and other NGOs, and inform policies and women’s rights legislation.

The research must take a feminist approach.

The consultant will analyse lessons learned from ZWLA’s service delivery at community level. They will rely on existing quantitative and qualitative data, including case studies from women survivors, told in their own words, in accessing justice in communities. S/He will identify gaps and conduct further research to achieve a comprehensive picture on access to justice.

S/He will also provide concrete recommendations to duty bearers, and NGOs, on how to better address the needs of survivors of violence by looking at awareness, capacity building and legal reforms.
The work will take place in July and August 2017. Maximum spend for this project is £4,500 GBP ($5,600 USD)

Interested applicants should send a CV, cover letter, and 3-page proposal with complete budget, including suggested approach, and relevant links to examples of writing/published reports.

Full proposals should be submitted to Womankind's Policy Manager, Barbara Dockalova: barbarad@womankind.org.uk with the heading "SURNAME_firstname_Proposal_Access-to-Justice_date"

Full TOR: Call-for-Research-Proposals_Zimbabwe.pdf
Deadline for proposals: Monday 26 June 2017

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Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist - Population Health, Evaluation & Research Unit

  • Fixed Term Contract (expires 30 June 2018)
  • Start Date: August 2017
  • Based in Milton, Brisbane

Program Overview

Abt Associates, in partnership with the Sunshine Coast Health Network, is responsible for implementing the Central Queensland, Wide Bay and Sunshine Coast Primary Health Network (CQWBSC PHN). The Population Health Planning, Evaluation and Research Unit (PERU) provides services to the PHN in order for evidence based decisions to be made in relation to commissioning activities to meet the health needs of the population within the PHN region. Assessment of the population’s health and wellbeing involves assessment of quantitative and qualitative information in relation to determinants of health, health status, service gaps and opportunities and the functioning of the health service system.  In addition, the Unit provides expert advice in relation to monitoring and evaluation of health programs and interventions.

The Opportunity

The Monitoring and Evaluation (M&E) Specialist will report to the Manager of the Population Health, Evaluation & Research Unit and will be supporting the implementation of the PHN’s monitoring and evaluation framework.  This role will contribute to monitoring progress in relation to prioritised projects and programs and report regularly against performance indicators for the PHN.  Reporting will be via quantitative and qualitative data and will include process, formative and impact evaluation methodologies.  This position will work closely with PHN staff involved in data collection and reporting systems relating to commissioned services and data from General Practices within the PHN region.

Our Requirements

You will need relevant qualifications and 2-3 years of prior experience in an M&E role or a role with a significant M&E component. Your background could be in a range of disciplines but a Masters degree in Public Health or similar is required. For this role we are also ideally seeking an individual who has the ability to collaborate with both technical and non-technical staff. The ability to travel around Queensland may be required.

Further Information & Application Details

Further information in regards to this opportunity can found in the Position Description available from the Careers page of Abt Associates’ website at: http://www.abtassociates.com.au/careers/job-search/.

Applications should be submitted online via the Careers page of Abt Associates’ website, and must include a CV and covering letter addressing the key requirements listed.  We are an equal opportunity employer, and encourage applications from experienced and capable women.

Applications close: 5pm, 5th July, 2017 (AEST).  

You must have full Australian working rights to be eligible for consideration for this role. We encourage applications from experienced and capable women, and Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders. We welcome and thank all applicants, however only shortlisted applicants will be contacted.

About Abt Associates

Abt Associates is a recognised leader in the international development sector.  Working with our many partners, Abt Associates implements bold innovative solutions to improve the lives of the community and deliver valued outcomes for our clients.  We provide a comprehensive range of services from policy to service delivery in the public and private sectors contributing to long term benefits for clients and communities.  Operating in remote and challenging environments, we offer innovative solutions, extensive experience in the region, strong technical capacity, and a proven project management track record.  We are committed to gender equity, diversity and inclusion in our employment strategies, and so encourage applications from experienced and capable women, people with disability, and people from minority groups. 

For more information about our company and what we do visit our website at www.abtassociates.com.au.

 http://abtjta.turborecruit.com.au/job/job_details.cfm?id=990892

For Kenyan Colleagues: Deputy Chief of Party/Monitoring and Evaluation Specialist Vacancy

A colleague is looking for a DCoP/M&E specialist to be based in Nairobi for a USAID project. Kenyan national, preferably of Somali origin or experience working in Somalia is preferred. If

Position description:  The Deputy Chief of Party must provide the overall technical direction to the Contractor’s team on monitoring methodology and data analysis. He or she will be responsible for the design of the monitoring plan, data collection tools and other required deliverables.

Required experience:

▪              The Deputy Chief of Party must have at least seven (7) years of progressively responsible experience related to the task order subject matter. Within the seven years of experience, the Deputy Chief of Party should have at least two (2) years of experience managing teams and at least one (1) year of experience working in conflict zones.

▪              The Deputy Chief of Party must have previous experience providing technical support to third- party monitoring projects, M&E support projects, or evaluations.

Desired experience:

▪              The  Deputy  Chief  of  Party  should  have  previous  experience  conducting  quantitative  and qualitative field research in conflict zones.

▪              Previous experience working on programs implemented in Somalia is desirable.

Required Education:

●                 The Deputy Chief of Party must hold a Bachelor’s degree in International Affairs, Social Science, or a related field.

Desired Education:

●                 A Master’s degree in International Affairs, Social Science, Statistics, or a related field is highly desirable.

Skills: The Deputy Chief of Party must have excellent oral and written communication skills, analytic skills, interpersonal skills, and team management skills.

 Experience in designing and implementing large-scale, complex monitoring projects. Knowledge and understanding of humanitarian principles and humanitarian operations, explicitly demonstrated through applicable experience.

Experience in data collection and field research methods and collecting  data  in  complex  environments  using  rigorous,  verifiable,  and  ethical methods of data collection. The managers in the team must have prior experience in data collection, and the enumerators in the field must be trained in data collection.

If this is you, or someone you know. Please write directly to David Flemmons at this email 

dflemmons@itshowsinc.com

Source: http://www.thedevelopmentcafe.org/profiles/blog/show?id=2162934%3AB...

Call for proposals for endline evaluation from candidates based in Northern Ghana

Dear Colleagues,

Please circulate the attached TOR's to your networks.  The applicants should be based in Ghana, preferably in the North

 

Many thanks,

Elaine 

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Global Health Internship Opportunities

We hope to have the opportunity to work with you in Unite For Sight's immersive global health opportunities. You may be interested in volunteering abroad in Unite For Sight's Global Impact Corps, or in serving as a Unite For Sight Global Health Leadership Intern in Uni... in New Haven, Connecticut. 


We have a new 5-minute video about the Global Health Leadership Internship in..., as well as a 5-minute video about the Global Impact Corps opportunity in Ghana, Honduras, and India. 

It's not too late to apply to participate this Summer or Fall!

Best regards,
Jennifer Staple-Clark
Founder and Chief Executive Officer
Unite For Sight
www.uniteforsight.org

UNICEF Malawi Looking for Data Viz Volunteer (Remotely)

UNICEF Malawi is looking for a Data Visualization Volunteer (unpaid) to work remotely for 2 months on data that is generated from our mobile-based real-time monitoring platforms on Education, Nutrition and Child Protection. Attached is the job description.

This is a good entry-level opportunity for someone who has strong design skills & statistical analysis background, and is interested in getting their foot in the door in UNICEF. There’s a possibility for the 2-month opportunity to extend to a longer, paid opportunity. Ideal start date is this 3 July 2017.

 

If you are or know anyone who’s interested, please send their CV and portfolio at mvillacorta@unicef.org ideally on or before next Wed 28 June.

 

Thanks in advance.

 

Best regards,

Marie-Claude

 

Marie-Claude Villacorta

Innovation Specialist | UNICEF Malawi

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