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Call for proposals - Looking for researchers - gender mainstreaming in infrastructure projects

The EIB University Research Sponsorship Programme (EIBURS) has opened a call for proposals for researchers associated with universities in the EU, to design and initiate an impact evaluation of gender mainstreaming in a water infrastructure project.

For more information on the project and application process, please see p. 19 of the OJEU 5 March below!

EUR-Lex - C:2021:076:TOC - EN - EUR-Lex (

Deadline for applications: 30 April 2021

 Short Term Gender Evaluation Experts

Location: India, Philippines, Indonesia, Georgia, Tansania, Lesotho, Nigeria, Peru, Brazil, Nicaragua, Remote

Hello Gender & Evaluation community members,

please find attached a short term consultancy opportunity.



Terms of reference

Hello Heike, I´m Gaby, an evaluation consultant from Peru. Are you thinking about to form a group of experts for this consultancy opportunity?



Feminist Learning & Evaluation Manager

Hello everyone,  The Women's Fund's Collaborative is looking for a Feminist Learning and Evaluation Manager. In addition to it being an awesome role - the Director of the Fund is awesome. Ideally for someone based in the Global South. TOR attached

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS]: Final evaluation of UN Women's regional programme


The Request for Proposals to recruit a company that conducts the final evaluation of the ‘Men and Women for Gender Equality’ (MWGE) regional programme has been published here: Final evaluation of the UN Women's regional programme ‘Men and Wome...

 Pls. help by disseminating widely among your networks. Deadline for submission of applications is 13th April.

 Thank you, and kind regards

Oxfam Canada is looking to use outcome harvesting for the midterm review. Along with outcome harvesting, the midterm review may include elements of other methodologies as per requirement such as outcome mapping, most significant change, contribution analysis and process evaluation. The consultant should explicitly specify in the proposal the methodology/methodologies that will be used for the midterm review.
Proposals specifying a methodology other than outcome harvesting are welcomed. The team is open to other creative ideas/methodologies.

Irrespective of the methodology, the midterm review must align as much as possible with Global Affairs Canada’s (GAC) results-based management framework such as Theory of Change, Logic Model and PMF. GAC results-based management guide can be found in the following link:


Oxfam Novib is looking for a consultant / consultancy team for the Mid Term Review of its SD=HS program (Sowing Diversity=Harvesting Security). This is a project that works to build farmer-centred food systems in 8 countries, where sustained crop diversity, food and nutrition security and climate resilience are interconnected and addressed simultaneously. 
Please find the Terms of Reference and more information here:
The deadline for applications is on the 18th April.

Chief Gender, Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion Officer, International Rescue Committee

Sector: Senior Executive Leadership

Employment Category: Fixed Term

Open to Expatriates: Yes

Job Description This opportunity can be based in New York, NY, London, UK and Nairobi, Kenya.

As Chief Gender, Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion Officer, you will lead our global efforts to refine and deliver a comprehensive and coordinated strategic plan that builds an inclusive culture across IRC and ensures diversity, equality, and inclusion are central to all we do.  Building upon a strong existing foundation of advancing gender equality within IRC’s global program delivery and internal operations and the IRC’s stated ambition to become a feminist organization, you will establish a new Gender, Diversity, Equality & Inclusion (G-DEI) unit, with an expanded scope, to achieve IRC’s goal of being a fully inclusive organization.  These efforts will result in improved outcomes for our clients, a more inclusive work environment, and increased influence for good within the humanitarian sector.


You understand that the root causes of inequality require shared solutions across sectors and systems and will guide IRC’s teams to test new approaches, expand innovations, and build strategic partnerships that challenge and shift the structures that perpetuate inequality.  You will work across all facets of a highly matrixed organization to achieve transformational change. You will place IRC’s staff and clients at the center of our work and maximize their influence over organizational decisions.  You will harness the power of lived experience and the value derived from diverse viewpoints to orchestrate programmatic and operational change.  


Major Responsibilities - 
G-DEI Strategy 
• Refine, implement, manage and be responsible for IRC’s organization-wide vision, strategy, and delivery plan in a participatory way to evolve IRC into a fully feminist, diverse, and inclusive organization
• Partner with key leaders and actors to confirm shared accountabilities in delivering on the G-DEI plan and support change management efforts needed to achieve success
• Support the development and implementation of G-DEI related policies and practices in partnership with organizational program, functional, and shared services leaders
• Collaborate with relevant teams to embed approaches to monitoring and evaluation and a culture of continuous improvement and learning in relation to G-DEI
• Co-create a new G-DEI Scorecard and Action Plan to provide a clear vision, metrics and accountability system on which to gauge progress
• Build G-DEI engagement, knowledge, and capacity within the organization at all levels
• Communicate G-DEI priorities, action plans, and progress made
Technical Leadership
• Serve as a resource, thought partner, and assessor of progress
• Support IRC leaders in obtaining the technical support needed to achieve IRC’s G-DEI priorities
• Coordinate data gathering and analysis to inform organizational interventions and track progress made
• Add to the sector’s knowledge base about what works best
Team Leadership
• Assemble and lead a highly matrixed diverse global team with the most appropriate skills and experiences to best achieve the goals of the unit
• Support a consistently high level of team performance; manage, mentor, and coach team, modeling healthy, collaborative intra- and inter-departmental working relationships
• Assemble and lead a community of practice throughout the organization where everyone is accountable for progress on defined Gender, Diversity, Equality, and Inclusion goals
• Cultivate a respectful and inclusive environment for all people
• Other duties as assigned


Education: Graduate degree required in relevant field, or equivalent work experience

Work Experience: 15+ years of related experience that includes:

 Direct experience leading and influencing organizational partners to embrace and adopt intersectional diversity, equality, and inclusion processes as core to all programs and activities
 Successful track record as a manager and leader in a complex global organization
 Experience leading and supporting change management to embed an inclusive work culture
 International program implementation experience
 Experience building communities of practice
 Experience with government contracting and/or government grant-making processes within the international NGO sector strongly preferred

Demonstrated Skills and Competencies:

 Deep commitment to and knowledge of strategies to advance diversity, equality, and inclusion; proven experience in incorporating feminist and gender perspectives and ensuring equal participation in the workplace
 Demonstrable understanding of how power dynamics affect organizations and the ability to amplify the voices of individuals from under-represented groups
 Knowledge of and ability to speak fluently about existing and needed evidence about how to achieve meaningful change for women and girls and other historically under-represented groups in development and humanitarian contexts 
 Ability to engage, inspire to action, and influence people outside of direct reporting lines
 Strong, concise, and compelling written communication skills and excellent public speaking skills
 Receptive and collaborative leadership approach that contributes to a positive team environment; builds and maintains strong relationships with people from all backgrounds, genders, cultures, and viewpoints
 Strong people management skills, with a priority on setting clear expectations for high performance, managing technical specialists, delegation, and working in matrixed settings
 Ability to refine and shepherd the implementation of a cross-cutting strategy while actively incorporating enterprise priorities and appropriate direction and feedback from colleagues
 Ability to work effectively and with impact through matrixed relationships
 Understands the importance of operating with a global mentality and models global and cultural sensitivity 

Language Skills: 

 Excellent spoken and written English 
 Proficiency in at least one other relevant language (French, Arabic, Spanish, Swahili, etc.) strongly preferred


UN Women Country Portfolio Evaluation Brazil - Consultancy Opportunities

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UN Women Brazil Country Portfolio Evaluation


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