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Good evening and thank you for the division for information. So long.

Dear Irene

Would be interested and can you please share more details to nindira9@gmail.com

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Indira

Thanks for the updates and the opportunities shared

Thanks members 

Any opportunity in Gender ,GBV response or prevention work.please contact me .I am at large now.

Thanks Rituu for sharing such important Opportunity

Hellow dear members hi,

 I am looking for training in M&E starting in September 2018.I'm a graduate in Master Degree in M&E so i need practical experience for 3 weeks only.my mail:maimula@yahoo.com

Gender mainstreaming specialist in Bangladesh

I am working with a large NGO in Dhaka to support gender mainstreaming. They have carried out a gender audit and developed an institutional gender mainstreaming action plan. They want to develop a short elearning course for their 7,000 staff. I  am seeking a consultant to assist the team in developing the content - preferably someone with online course development expertise - but this can also be sourced externally. 

Anticipated input in Dhaka in August for 1 week with remote support and/or a follow up input. 

Please contact me for more details:

Dr Alison Mead Richardson

Commonwealth of Learning

ameadrichardson@col.org 

Seeking: Evaluation Specialist for Program “Promoting the Labor Rights of Agricultural Workers in Mexico

The Solidarity Center, founded in 1997 by the AFL-CIO to tackle the enormous challenges workers face in the global economy, now works with union and community group partners in more than 60 countries through a network of 25 field offices. This nonprofit organization offers education, training, research, legal support and organizing assistance to enhance the capacity of partners to build strong and effective trade unions and other workers’ organizations and more just and equitable societies. Its programs promote democratic rights and respect for workers; raise public awareness about abuses of the world’s most vulnerable workers; and, above all, help the world’s workers secure a voice in their societies and the global economy.

 

The Solidarity Center seeks an evaluation specialist to conduct a final qualitative evaluation of the project “Promoting the Labor Rights of Agricultural Workers in Mexico.” Under this program, the SC supported an initiative to improve the enforcement of agricultural workers´ rights. The project provided training and accompaniment to enhance workers´ knowledge of their rights; improve union capacity to recruit, represent and defend members´ rights; encourage women´s leadership development; mainstream gender equity goals into all leadership training; and strengthen cross-border union-civil society relationships for more effective advocacy and engagement with Mexican government authorities, growers, their associations, and multinational buyers and retailers.

 

Responsibilities

  • Determine if the project achieved its stated objectives, and explain why or why not.
  • Provide recommendations regarding how to build on and sustain project achievements.
  • Document lessons learned, success stories, best practices, and challenges/failures in order to maximize learning.
  • Include the following in the evaluation methodology;
  • document review
  • planning meeting
  • individual and/or group interviews (the majority of the evaluation should be conducted in Spanish. The evaluation specialist should anticipated covering any needed expenses for an interpreter or translator for either language.)
  • a field visit
  • Submit a final report (in English) to the Solidarity Center by November 20, 2018.

 

Qualifications

  • Experience in evaluating labor-oriented or democracy and governance programs
  • Experience with vulnerable populations, agricultural workers and/or indigenous groups highly preferred
  • Familiarity with evaluating US government grant-funded development projects preferred.
  • Excellent written communication skills in English.
  • Oral fluency in Spanish.

 Selection of the consultant will be based on the strength of the qualifications provided by potential candidates through their expressions of interest for the assignment.  To apply, please send a cover letter, a résumé, a brief concept note with proposed methodological approach, a relevant evaluation sample, the daily rate, and a statement of availability for the assignment to gcisneros@solidaritycenter.org, with the subject heading “Evaluation Specialist for Mexico Labor Rights Program.”

 Only finalist applicants will be contacted for an interview.

 Closing date of application: July 24, 2018

The Solidarity Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and minority candidates are strongly encouraged to apply.

Shared by our member Rachna Shanbog

Monitoring, Evaluation & Learning Specialist | IKEA Social Entrepreneurship

Delft, NetherlandsFull-time

https://jobs.smartrecruiters.com/InterIKEAGroup/743999672713615-mon...

Thank-you for the opportunity and the space to contribute.

Dr. Kathryn Mathes

Thanks to our member Svetlana Negroustoueva for sharing

Gender Empowerment and Health: From Measurement to Impact 

https://www.journals.elsevier.com/ssm-population-health/call-for-pa...

Elsevier

SSM: Population Health invites submissions to a special issue devoted to examining measurement of gender empowerment and its effects on health globally. To promote the evaluation and measurement of gender equality and empowerment (GE/E) and its impact on health, this special issue will highlight innovations in measurement of GE/E constructs and assess their impact on health, while also highlighting gaps in GE/E measures relevant to health to denote future research priorities. Extended abstracts (800 words) are due by July 31, 2018.

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