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Senior Gender Advisor 
Trickle Up 
Location: Kamwenge, Uganda 
Apply by: 17 Nov 2017

Research for Community Access Partnership (ReCAP) has published the attached Request for proposals for a project entitled: Retaining Rural Access knowledge of experienced rural transport sector expertsProject reference number KMN2131A.

The purpose of this project is to map and document the key expertise held by a set of approximately 20 experienced senior rural transport experts, in order to make it permanently available for the sector in the long term, independent of their actual involvement in the ReCAP programme. It will include the mapping and documenting of their tacit knowledge including key areas of expertise, beliefs, values and attitudes. This will be complemented with (a selection of) explicit knowledge that they authored or contributed to.

Interested bidders are advised that the indicative budget available for this contract is GBP65,000.

ReCAP website link: KMN2131A RfP link. Please go to the “current tenders section”

Interested organisations can request the RfP document by sending an e-mail to with copy, stating the project reference No.KMN2131A in the subject line.  


All submissions of proposals must be received no later than 15th January 2018, 17:00 UK time.

Caroline Visser
Knowledge Management and Communications
Job Position
Knowledge and Learning Manager 


19th Nov 2017






GBP 32,000 - GBP 42,000 (London Allowances Apply) (currently under review)

Job Link ...  


London / Birmingham / Newcastle / Manchester / ExeterUnited Kingdom


We are looking for two Knowledge and Learning Managers to join our team which supports and enables colleagues across the Big Lottery Fund, as well as grantholders and the wider voluntary sector to reflect on, share and learn from our funding.
You will have passion for clear and accessible communication, and the critical thinking and research skills to help us seek out, synthesise and curate knowledge from a wide range of sources, for different audiences.
You'll also be a great facilitator, to help us bring together and learn from our grantholders, other Funders and the wider sector, and you'll be confident and assertive – able to persuade and influence others to share, debate and make use of evidence.
We are transforming our approach to knowledge and learning and this is an exciting opportunity to join our growing team, especially if you have experience in knowledge management, research communications, organisational development or service delivery.
Due to the UK-wide nature of this role you will travel regularly.
We are willing to consider full-time or part-time (minimum three days per week) roles, please state your preferred option and location as part of your application. 

Grant Evaluation Consultant

Womankind is requesting expressions of interest to conduct an end of grant evaluation for the Comic Relief funded project entitled:  

Ending violence against women and girls: Enabling women and girls to have voice and choice in Zimbabwe  

The project ends on 31st December 2017 and Womankind together with its partner in Zimbabwe, the Zimbabwe Women Lawyers Association (ZWLA), would like the evaluation to take place between November 2017 and January 2018 with specific time frames to be negotiated with ZWLA and Womankind.

Scope of the Evaluation

The evaluation is expected to ascertain whether or not the project has been relevant, efficient and effective, whether it has had positive impacts and if those are sustainable. Please see the Terms of Reference for more information on the purpose, scope and expected outcomes of the evaluation. 

Person specification for the Consultant(s)

Womankind is inviting suitably qualified consultant(s) with the following skills: 

• Experience of carrying out project and organisational evaluations
• Proven knowledge and analysis in relation to rights-based approach and women’s rights, needs and perspectives
• Experience and knowledge in working in partnership with organisations 
• Experience in organisational development/growth and strategic planning 
• Experience of participatory research methodologies 
• Ability to listen and communicate well
• Capacity to gather and critically analyse information
• Suitable applicants within Africa are strongly encouraged to apply. 

Documents required with applications:

 • A CV of the applicant(s) and cover letter that details on how they meet the person specification 

A detailed proposal including the following: 
• The proposed methodology 
• The proposed work plan 
• The proposed budget 
• Proven experience examples 
• Contactable references of past credible INGO organisational and programme evaluations and reviews 

The closing date for applications is the 5pm UK time on Tuesday 28th November 2017. 

Please send your applications to



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