|Date Posted||March 2, 2021|
Training and Consultancy
National Consultant to conduct Gender barriers analysis and baseline of available legal and policy frameworks on Sexual, Reproductive, Maternal, New-born, Child and Adolescent Health, rights and service access to women and girls in humanitarian settings
To establish baseline for selected project indicators as indicated in the ProDoc and activity workplans for the lead IPs.
To review SRMNCAH-related policy and legal frameworks to establish barriers that hinder access to quality services for women and girls.
To review and identify intersectionality of legal and policy frame works related to SRMNCAH between Humanitarian and Development Sectors.
To identify and assess gaps and challenges of legal and policy frameworks in the implementation of SRMNCAH rights in Uganda for the Humanitarian settings.
To Review and assess international policy and legal frameworks related to SRMNCAH rights that Uganda has ratified, analyze their extent of implementation.
Respect for Diversity
Awareness and Sensitivity Regarding Gender Issues
Leading by Example
Ability to synthesize programme performance data and produce analytical reports to inform management and strategic decision-making
Strong analytical skills
Good interpersonal skills and capacity to liaise with parties concerned
Strong facilitation, writing and presentation skills
Excellent verbal and written English and Amharic.
Required Skills and Experience
Master’s degree or equivalent in public health, human rights, gender/women's studies, or a related field is required.
At least 7 years of experience in working with gender programme design, action research and analysis
Previous experience in conducting gender analysis studies preferably for health services or any other related social services area. Analysis related to sexual and reproductive health rights will be an added advantage.
Previous experience in assessment and analysis of programs in the humanitarian settings