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UN Trust Fund to End Violence against Women
Deadline: Wednesday 31st July 2019
The United Nations Trust Fund to End Violence against Women is accepting applications from civil society organizations for 3-year grants to address violence against women and girls in Latin America and Sub-Saharan Africa as part of the Spotlight Initiative. Civil society organizations are invited to submit grant proposals for a minimum of US$50,000 up to a maximum of US$1 million for a period of three years.
The UN Trust Fund is launching the Call for Proposals to address violence against women and girls in Latin America and Sub-Saharan Africa to contribute specifically to the achievement of results under Outcome 6 of the Spotlight Initiative and, more broadly, to its Theory of Change.
The Call for Proposals is available in English, French and Spanish and open to applicants in target countries in the following categories:
Applications from women’s rights, women-led, and small women’s organizations are prioritized, in recognition of them being the driving force of the ending violence against women agenda, as well as being at the forefront of reaching women and girls survivors at the grassroots level.
The complete Call for Proposals detailing criteria, eligibility requirements and application guidelines is available at: http://untf.unwomen.org/en via the UN Women homepage.
Deadline: Tuesday, 06th August 2019 by local Dhaka time 11:00 hours.
UNICEF Bangladesh is inviting you to submit proposals “to conduct an Evaluation of the joint GoB-UNICEF Bangladesh WASH Programme” (LRPS-2019-9150507).
Marie Stopes Papua New Guinea
Deadline: Monday 29th July 2019
You will have proven experience in conducting evaluations, a talent for managing stakeholders and partnerships and deep knowledge of national programming in Sexual, Reproductive Health (SRH) and Family Planning (FP).
Since 2017, MSPNG and SSM developed a program of support to the PNG National Department of Health called ‘‘Wok Wantaim na kamasinu Stronpeia Famili: Partnering for Strong Families’ for the period June 2017 – April 2020 funded through the Australian Government PNG Partnership Fund. The goal of the project is to contribute towards reducing Maternal, Infant, Neonatal and Under 5 morbidity and mortality through improved uptake of integrated SRH, FP and maternal child health (MCH) services in 14 Provinces of PNG.
The evaluation will document and evaluate the results and impact of the Partnering for Strong Families program and provide insights for future national program improvement and model replication through document review, data analysis and stakeholder interviews.
What we need you to do is:
See below attached Terms of Reference for more information about the scope of the evaluation and the required skills and experience. MSPNG invites qualified consultants to submit applications by 5pm (Port Moresby time) 29th July 2019. This assignment’s start date is the 26th August 2019.
Marie Stopes Papua New Guinea is committed to safeguarding and providing a safe environment for all staff and clients. All consultants are required to pass a National Police Clearance and sign our Code of Conduct and relevant safeguarding policies.