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EXTENDED DEADLINE, WOMEN'S RIGHTS PROJECT EVALUATION: 

Equality Now is searching for a consultant to conduct the mid term evaluation of the project implemented by the African women's rights coalition, SOAWR, "All for Maputo Protocol Initiative". The overall goal of the project is that “The rights of women and girls under the Maputo Protocol are promoted and protected and any violations are remedied” and we seek this through strengthening of SOAWR and wider movement building, awareness-raising and public campaigning, and advocacy and engagement with national governments, both directly and through official regional and international organisations.

Applications should be sent to mclulow@equalitynow.org with copies to equalitynownairobi@equalitynow.org and ewelemba@equalitynow.org by 18.00 EAT October 14th. Full details in the attached terms of reference.

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re. Mid-Term EVAL for African Women's SOAWR, here: after reading the ToR, please let us know how we can be selected as exclusiely external international development consultants in teh field of gender & statistics? We are not part of the inner circle or any preselected consulatncy group.

Thank you for responding to our inquiry at your earleist convenience, best regards

Susanne BAUER, PhD, D-10999 Berlin & Asha Farag, D-Kiel/Sudan

+49 151 17861960

Dear Susanne

Thank you for your interest. Please put together a bid including the required documents as stipulated in the ToR and email to myself and the the other persons there mentioned.

Best regards

Mike Clulow

Dear Susanne,

I am also interested can I also send my CV

Request for Proposals: Landscape analysis to inform international evaluation in the service of equity

The Ford Foundation’s Office of Strategy and Learning is seeking proposals for a landscape analysis related to international evaluation in the service of equity.

In line with our focus on equity and evaluation, we aim to reduce the burden on interested applicants. Therefore, we ask applicants to provide a brief proposal of no more than 5-7 pages (approximately 3000 words) by October 29, 2021.

See the attachment for more details

WomanACT and SCWIST are looking for an Evaluator for the Safe STEM Workplaces project. Please find the updated scope and extended deadline for the RFP here: https://scwist.ca/posting/evaluation-rfp/

Request for RFP Baseline Advert

Dear colleagues,

Trusting you are well. Palladium is looking for an evaluation firm to conduct a baseline survey for the Feed the Future East Africa Market Systems Activity. Please find the attached advert

Download the detailed RFP and instructions from https://thepalladiumgroup.com/tender/Feed-the-Future-East-Africa-Ma...

Interested applicants should send their applications through email to EAMS.Procurement@thepalladiumgroup.com by13 Oct 2021, 5:00 p.m. Kenyan Time

Womankind Worldwide with our partner, Women’s Action Group (WAG) in Zimbabwe, are seeking a consultant/agency to develop a short project learning video. The video will tell the story of how WAG and women involved in a recent project are contributing to the wider movement for women’s rights in Zimbabwe.

The successful agency will embody Womankind and WAG’s feminist values and ideally understand the women’s rights landscape in Zimbabwe. We invite applications from creative consultants/agencies residing in Zimbabwe. Deadline is 10am Zimbabwe time Monday 17 October 2021.

Please see the attached terms of reference for details. Questions and applications should be emailed to Piyumi@womankind.org.uk

Thanks!

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ADRA International is looking for a consultant to develop a practical toolkit that helps our programs learn better from the work they do.

More details on the assignment and application process are available here: adra.org/consultancy

The deadline for applying is October 25th 2021.

Wateraid Call for Consultants:  Strengthening gender guidance in WASH programming for corporate partners 

 Context

A lack of clean water and access to decent toilets and good hygiene disproportionately affects women and girls. For example, women and girls are responsible for water collection in 8 out of 10 households with water off premises1. This time spent on water collection, negatively impacts on their ability to attend school, carry out leisure activities, engage in decision-making or earn an income. Climate change is making it harder for the world’s poorest people to get clean water.  

Water, sanitation, and hygiene (WASH) plays a critical role on the pathway to realising gender equality and the empowerment of women and girls. WaterAid has made tackling gender inequality and other elements of social exclusion within water, sanitation, and hygiene a core priority within its work. Additionally, several of WaterAid’s corporate partners have prioritised WASH and gender in their water and sustainability strategies and now want to embed and systematically measure gender-related outcomes of their WASH programmes, including those that relate and contribute to economic activity and employability. 

  1. Methodology and Outputs

Due to the current COVID situation, the assignment will be conducted remotely.  The work will consist of a short inception phase to confirm understanding of the assignment, a desk review of existing guidance, key informant interviews and a workshop to fully understand requirements and existing resources.  Development of an ‘impact pathway’ and draft guidance for sharing at a validation workshop. The final output will cover:   

  • Setting out how WASH can create a pathway to empowerment   
  • Examples of projects and programmes linking WASH and women’s empowerment   
  • Guidelines for developing gender inclusive projects  
  • Example project results and indicators  
  • Signposting and explanation of tools currently available to help measure and monitor results and indicators 

 

  1. Call for consultants

WaterAid is seeking a consultant or consultants to develop this guidance for our corporate partners in a succinct and creative way. Full details can be found in the ToR. Consultants should have experience of working on WASH and gender programmes and the development of clear guidance, as well as experience of working with corporates on gender and/or WASH.  Consultants from the Global South are encouraged to apply. 

 

  1. Management and Budget 

WaterAid estimates the work will require the equivalent of 30 days’ work during the period outlined below. Value for money will be a consideration for selection.  

 

  1. Likely timeframe

 

Output  

Deadline  

Start-up meeting with Project Team 

Early/Mid-November 2021 

Inception Report 

tbc 

Draft guidance 

tbc 

Participation in validation workshop (of draft guidance) 

tbc 

Final guidance 

28th Feb 2022 

 

Please send expressions of interest including draft work plan and budget, not exceeding 4 pages, plus CVs (max 4 pages) to Eleanor Lucas, at eleanorlucas@wateraid.orgby 10am UK time Thursday 28th October 2021. 

 

Full details can also be found on the WaterAid website  

Call for EoI from F3E, Fondation Chanel and Médecins du Monde : Lessons-learned study of the practices and vision of the gender approach of the 4-Women multi-country project

This call for expressions of interest is intended to identify consultants. At the end of this call for expressions of interest, a pre-selection will be carried out and then a limited call for tenders will be launched among the pre-selected consultants, on the basis of the finalized terms of reference of the evaluation. Responses to this call for tenders may be written in French or English. You can find the documents for this EoI on the F3E website, or follow directly this link. or see the attached file : EoI F3ExChanelxMdM

At this stage, the CV of the consultant proposed to be head of mission is requested. If a team of consultants is proposed, the CV of the associated consultant(s) is not required at this stage of the call for expressions of interest (it will be required for responses to the limited call for tenders) but is however encouraged.

If you wish to express your interest, please send your CV(s) by email before the Sunday 31st October 2021 at midnight (French time) to:

 

Best regards,

Dear colleagues,

Oreade-Breche is looking for senior gender experts to assemble a very qualified and highly motivated team in the following African countries : Gabon, Congo Brazzaville, DRC, Cameroon, Central Africa Republic, Sao Tome, Equatorial Guinea, Mauritania, Senegal, Mali, Burkina-Faso, Niger and Chad.

OREADE-BRECHE is a Consulting company in Environment and Development. I am in charge of the gender studies department of the company.

If you are interested in participating in this team, don't hesitate to send me your CV, m.pinatel@oreade-breche.fr and I will send you more information about the propostion.

Best regards,

Marion PINATEL

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