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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:

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, and I will send you more information about the propostion.

Best regards,


Urgent Action Fund - Asia and Pacific is hiring for two roles:
Rapid Response Grant Facilitator (full-time, $40000- $50000, based in Asia/Pacific)

Crisis Support Facilitator, Afghanistan (short-term contract, $150/day, based in South Asia)

TOR for a short term consultancy with EvalGender+

Dear friends, 
Please find attached the TOR for a consultant to take forward two pieces of work - a Competency Framework and VOPE Survey 2.0 - which builds on previous work of EvalGender+.  
We are eager to have a consultant on board soon so kindly circulate the TOR through your networks. Please see TOR attached.
Sonal and Florencia

Evaluation Position Open at ImpactMapper Working with Global Funders and Companies that Support Human Rights

ImpactMapper is looking for a new team member with sustainability, human rights, and social impact research and evaluation experience to join the ImpactMapper team! We support the top brands who care about human rights and sustainability to tell data-driven impact stories, from foundations and nonprofits, UN agencies, impact investors, and corporates. Learn more about our work at
This is a fully remote position. Apply if this sounds like a good fit for you by sending your cv, cover letter and salary requirements to See job description below.
Evaluation Position

ImpactMapper works with the top brands that value human rights and social justice. A few of our amazing clients include, Malala Fund, IKEA, Chanel Foundation, UNWomen, UNDP, Oxfam, Equality Fund, Fund for Global Human Rights, etc.

We are looking for a sharp, creative, and driven sustainability, human rights, and social impact researcher to support work with our amazing roster of clients, from UN agencies, foundations, nonprofits, corporates and impact investors to facilitate the communication and data visualization of their social impact.

Your Role:

  • Be responsible for leading research and evaluations for impact reports and sustainability reports for a wide range of clients. 
  • Work collaboratively with clients to develop or refine their evaluation metrics, KPIs, and Theories of Change, and implement these using the ImpactMapper tool
  • Support clients with advising around their data collection activities, such as developing a clean database of grants and/or investments, support creation/revision of data collection tools such as surveys, grantee or company reports, and qualitative data analysis
  • Engage in research on indicators for ESG and impact investors
  • Help organizations share their impact stories through data

Who you are:

  • Creative, self-starter
  • Possesses extensive knowledge of monitoring and evaluation in international development sectors and/or CSR or impact investing spaces
  • At least 5 years working in the areas of gender equality, human rights, sustainability, ESG research space
  • Strong attention to detail 
  • Project management skills
  • Is systematic and has the ability to focus on a dataset (quantitative or qualitative reports) for many hours to clean and code data and to track data irregularities, paying attention to details
  • Has strong qualitative and quantitative analytical skills 
  • Has strong written and verbal communication skills, including the ability to train clients, teach workshops and prepare reports to present data findings to both technical and non-technical audiences
  • Has the ability to manage your own time and deadlines and be efficient in a remote working team environment

Bonus Points:

  • Business development/fundraising/sales
  • Business level French or Spanish
  • Social media marketing skills
  • Storytelling

Other details:

  • This is a 1/2 to full-time position 
  • (Open to contractor project basis as well for the right candidate)
  • This position is 100% remote

Pay: Up to $35/hour depending on experience 

Next Steps: Send your resume, share why you think you would be a great fit for our team, and include your hourly rate to 

Starting: Soon

Dear colleagues,

I am pleased to share with you a call for proposal to take onboard an International Consultant to carry out a Baseline Assessment of Gender-Responsive Business Procurement for UNAFs in Myanmar.

Please find the TORs for the position at:

Proposal need to be submitted by November 5th.

Good afternoon,

UNESCO is currently looking for evaluators to undertake a final evaluation of a Joint Programme implemented by UNESCO, UN Women and UNFPA. The Joint Programme aims at empowering adolescent girls and women through education and is implemented in 3 countries, namely Mali, Tanzania and Nepal.

The RFP notice is available on the UNGM website: The deadline for applications is on 19 November 2021. 

Addressing Gender Inequalities in Countries Affected by Fragility, Conflict and Violence: An Evaluation of World Bank Group Support

Seeking a Short-Term Consultant to conduct a Case Study for the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC)

As part of its work program for Fiscal Year 2022, the Independent Evaluation Group (IEG) at the World Bank Group is conducting an evaluation of the World Bank approach to addressing gender issues in FCV. This evaluation will assess progress in two areas that have been identified as priorities in high level strategies and programs - gender-based violence (GBV) and women’s economic empowerment - over the past 8-10 years.

Scope of Work 
IEG’s Human Development and Corporate Programs Unit (IEGHC) is seeking to hire a short-term consultant (STC) to contribute to assist the team in conducting field work for the DRC case study.

As part of the Gender in FCV evaluation team the consultant will:

• Conduct one case study, consisting of a desk review of project and strategy documents and relevant analytical work; interviews with representatives of government, implementing units, women’s associations and (potentially) beneficiaries, donors, civil society organization, NGOs and other stakeholders as possible and required; analysis of the case based on the methodology developed; and write up of the findings;

• Participate in team meetings and activities to ensure coherence across case studies, and between the case study analysis and other parts of the evaluation; 

• Perform other tasks related to the evaluation as agreed with the Task Team Leader.

The ideal candidate will have:

• Master in Sociology, Economics, Anthropology, Political Science, International Relationships or equivalent;

• At least 5 years of experience in implementation, management, and/or evaluation of programs and projects in international development cooperation, with a specific focus on gender and social inclusion (gender mainstreaming, measurement and analysis of gender gaps, assessment of effectiveness of programs promoting gender equality, etc.)

• Knowledge of gender issues in DRC. Ideally, the consultant will be currently located in the country; 

• Knowledge of evaluation is highly desirable;

• Knowledge of the World Bank and/or operating modalities of international organizations is a plus;

• Strong communication and human relations skills;

• Excellent knowledge of French, written and spoken. Ability to conduct interviews, take notes, analyze documents;

• Working knowledge of English. This is essential to interact with the team and translate information in French into English (the evaluation tools and final report are in English).

Contract terms 
This contract is initially for 30 days between November 15th, 2021 – January 31st, 2021 and can be extended as required, conditional on satisfactory work and continued business needs. For more information and to apply, send a CV and a short cover email highlighting the relevant qualification to Elena Bardasi:


Good afternoon,

UNESCO is seeking individual evaluators/an evaluation team for an evaluation of knowledge products issued by the UNESCO Sector dedicated to Social and Human Sciences (SHS). The UNESCO Evaluation Office is seeking written proposals (technical and financial) before 30th November 2021.

For more information, please consult the terms of reference and EoI attached. 




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